The Advanced Automotive Tech Forum will examine the fast-changing landscape in the automotive market for electric vehicles (EVs) and autonomous vehicles. In the last year, the evolution towards electric vehicles accelerated faster than anticipated. Autonomous driving technology has already been pushed from a short-term priority to a long-term goal, but the race to be first with AVs remains fierce. Meanwhile, there seems to be a shift in priorities from driver-assist technologies toward driver monitoring systems. The Advanced Automotive Tech Forum will offer keynotes, panel discussions, technical presentations and tutorials on the latest automotive design trends, including the multi-prong effort to develop power efficient, advanced EVs with automated features.
At Wolfspeed, we’ve expanded our portfolio of wide bandgap Silicon Carbide (SiC) devices to deliver high-voltage, high-current, and high-temperature components that are helping designers build the competitive and efficient EVs that the market demands. Visit the Wolfspeed virtual booth to learn more and join the forum for the latest trends in electric vehicle development.