Designing a better powertrain is the most significant way to reduce automotive emissions. Whether it’s improving the efficiency of a combustion engine or designing electric vehicles (EVs) or hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), electrification is powering a massive evolution of the powertrain as we know it.
This white paper, Basic considerations for sensors in the powertrain, examines the future of powertrain sensors through the electrification of a vehicle in internal combustion engines (ICEs) and sensors in EVs and HEVs, and their importance in optimizing the powertrain for effectively managing the battery, inverter and motor building blocks.
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