SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering

June 2022

    • Paving the way for the hydrogen highway
      Experts at SAE WCX 2022 look beyond EVs to other systems that can garner net-zero capabilities.
    • Electric mobile machines won't abandon hydraulics
      Bosch Rexroth executive stresses that electrification in off-highway applications must make optimum use of both next-gen electric and hydraulic technology.
    • Aftermarket augments off-highway autonomous efforts
      Kontron and Intel experts explain how rugged, modular COM Express solutions reduce complexity and allow retrofit of autonomous systems on heavy mobile equipment.
    • Solving the challenges of Megawatt chargers
      Littelfuse executive details an alternative technique for fast and efficient high-power charging of commercial electric vehicles.
    • Supplier Directory
      Complete listing of industry suppliers categorized by technology area.
    • Editorial
      Alternatives poised for growth as diesel prices climb
    • Ammonia a promising alternative for marine sector
    • Allison toughens TerraTran off-highway transmission
    • WAVE builds in-road inductive charging for large EVs
    • Webasto delivers battery thermal management for Zeus EV chassis
    • New biodiesel strains offer measurable gains
    • Production eCascadia ready for 230 miles of 'typical range'
    • Caterpillar launches next generation M-Series compact wheel loaders
    • Product Guide