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Aalberts integrated piping systems - Herentals Toekomstlaan 27, 2200 Herentals, Belgium image
ADF TIB Pantserschipstraat 171, 9000 Gent, Belgium image
Adient - Assenede Paul Christiaenstraat 1, 9960 Assenede, Belgium image
Adient Oevel-Westerlo Nijverheidsstraat 13, Oevel-Westerlo 2260, Belgium image
Adler Pelzer Genk (HP Pelzer N.V.) 15, Henri Fordlaan, Genk, 3600, Belgium image
Advionics NV Siemenslaan 16, 8020 Oostkamp, Belgium image
A.F Belgium S.A Chaussée de Tubize 485 F1420 Braine-L'Alleud, Belgium image
AGC Automotive Europe S.A Avenue Jean Monnet 4, 1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium image
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Sep 16, 2022

On September 16, Solvay opened a new pilot research unit at its plant in La Rochelle, France. The unit will enable Solvay to scale up the development of advanced inorganic materials for solid electrolytes – a key component of the next generation of batteries for the automotive industry. The new unit will assess the industrial feasibility of the materials used in the manufacturing process of generation 4 batteries, or so-called “solid-state” batteries.
The pilot unit, which is part of Solvay's Battery growth platform, will enable the Group to answer customers’ needs by delivering products on a semi-industrial scale. Solvay will also carry out process studies to help prepare for the industrialization phase in the coming years. The Nouvelle Aquitaine region and the French state-supported Solvay on this project, as part of a wider EU package, to boost battery innovation in Europe. This comes under the European Commission’s Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI) program.

Solvay press release

Sep 14, 2022

On September 14, Volvo Trucks announced that it is starting series production of the electric versions of the company’s most important product range, its heavy-duty trucks: Volvo FH, Volvo FM, and Volvo FMX.
These trucks can operate at a total weight of 44 tons and the three models represent around two-thirds of the company’s sales.
With these new additions, Volvo Trucks has six electric truck models in series production globally.
Series production of Volvo’s heaviest electric trucks will start in the Tuve factory in Gothenburg, Sweden and next year the factory in Ghent, Belgium will follow. Volvo produces electric trucks on the same line as its conventional trucks, which gives high production flexibility and efficiency gains.
The batteries are supplied by Volvo Trucks’ new battery assembly plant in Ghent. By 2030, at least 50% of the trucks Volvo sells globally should be electric.

Volvo Trucks press release

Sep 13, 2022

On September 13, Smart Eye, and STMicroelectronics N.V. (ST) announced their cooperative development of a high-sensitivity, 1-LED Driver Monitoring System (DMS). Combining Smart Eye’s expertise in driver monitoring algorithms and optical system design with ST’s high-sensitivity automotive-grade global-shutter VB56G4A imager, the new DMS reduces power consumption and system cost by using only one illumination LED. Current systems typically require two or more LEDs to adequately illuminate the driver. The high-sensitivity DMS is demonstrated at AutoSens and InCabin exhibitions in Brussels on September 15, 2022.
The VG56G4A sensor leverages ST’s in-house investment in manufacturing advanced 3D-stacked back-side illuminated (BSI-3D) image sensors. These sensors are more sensitive, smaller, and more reliable than the conventional front-side illuminated (FSI) sensors typically being used in first-generation DMSs. The sensor achieves high Quantum Efficiency (QE), reaching 24% at 940nm near-infrared (NIR) wavelength, with a linear dynamic range up to 60dB. It implements a global-shutter approach that offers big advantages over rolling-shutter imagers. The global shutter simultaneously exposes all pixels to the scene, allowing simple synchronization with NIR illumination. The sensor also provides flexible operating modes that help optimize system features and performance.

STMicroelectronics press release