Electronics and Semiconductors

Webinar: E-mobility trends and TE Connectivity sensor solutions

19 May 2022

Society is demanding cleaner and sustainable alternatives to gasoline and diesel-powered engines, and the transportation industry is responding. For years, scientists and engineers have been developing cleaner ways to power the transportation segment. Alternative fuels such as ethanol, biodiesel, natural gas and propane have been developed and used to move people and goods from place to place.

The industrial and commercial transportation (ICT) segment (buses, trucks, construction, farm and mining equipment) are on a fast track to reduce fuel consumption and emissions through adoption of zero-carbon technology. Given the rapid pursuit to reduce carbon emissions, companies are at various stages of exploring how electric solutions could fit into their businesses.

Whether an ICT company is monitoring electrification trends, examining whether electrification is a fit for its product roadmap, or if steps are already being taken to explore how electrification could complement current equipment, TE Connectivity’s sensor technology and expertise will help achieve electrification goals.

On Wednesday, June 8, 2022, at 10 AM CST, learn how to overcome fuel consumption and emissions challenges with the latest in sensor technology. Gain key insights on current electrification trends in ICT markets and learn more about TE Connectivity sensor technologies and solutions that support E-mobility trends.

Attend the webinar and explore TE Connectivity’s sensor solutions that will assist in designing for reliability, miniaturization and durability.

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