Automotive Engineering International 2005-09-01

Automotive Engineering International 2005-09-01
    • Little parts, big challenges
      Connectors and chip packages must meet a broad range of requirements in automotive electronic systems.
    • Beyond SOS
      The telematics business is diversifying as today's providers grow their capabilities.
    • Fuel for thought
      The demand for clean, renewable energy is driving research into different sources of fuel and new, more flexible engine technologies.
    • Network topology will be key
      SAE 100 Future look: From the perspective of a global supplier of automotive manufacturing technology, especially in the area of machine control, Siemens views the issue of network topology as the key driver for the future.
    • Driving to global, speaking the same language
      SAE 100 Future look: Globalization is an essential strategy for success in the automotive industry.
    • The power of turbocharging
      SAE 100 Future look: Today, more than 50% of all newly registered passenger cars in Europe are turbodiesels.
    • The future of smart power and magnetic sensing
      SAE 100 Future look: The economics of the automotive marketplace have long lured component suppliers because of its corresponding stability, predictable growth, and long life cycles.