The Embedded Insiders stumble upon an interesting question this week: Why haven't hybrid and electric vehicles been more successful? The capability to support these technologies has been available almost since cars themselves, yet today they represent less than 1 percent of the world vehicle population.
Can embedded power and analog components help? Tune in as the Insiders explore.
- Electric Vehicles
- Battery Management
- Power Components
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