HARTING’s metroSNAP Automotive Cable Interface Supplies Power, Data, and Signal

January 9, 2020 Alix Paultre

Swiss automobile manufacturer Rinspeed presented its metroSNAP concept vehicle using HARTING technology, with a specially designed interface that supplies the vehicle with power, data, and signals. The HARTING interface module helps adapt the vehicle for a wide range of tasks in a fast, flexible manner. 

The vehicle is divided into two elements, the Skateboard that serves as an electric vehicle, and the Pod, which can be switched out in a flexible manner to accommodate different tasks. Connectivity between them is automatically established as soon as the Pod and the skateboard are securely connected.  

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