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Feb 15, 2024

On February 15, Basemark announced that Ultraleap Ltd is now an official member of Basemark’s Rocksolid Ecosystem, a network of companies dedicated to accelerating and pioneering innovative and immersive solutions for automotive AR experiences. 

By integrating Basemark’s automotive AR software solution, Rocksolid AR, alongside Ultraleap’s mid-air haptics and hand-tracking solution, customers can further enhance augmented reality heads-up displays (AR HUDs) experiences. The integration enables drivers to interact with AR content directly on the windshield while haptics are projected onto their hands connecting and confirming their actions, eliminating the need to remove their eyes from the road.

 Based on Basemark press release

Feb 13, 2024

On February 9, Kempower introduced the next-generation charger platform with silicon carbide (SiC) technology for the company’s full product portfolio. The delivery of the charger technology is scheduled to commence in Q1 2024, with deliveries for the North American markets scheduled in Q2 2024.

The new charger platform comes with a power factor of up to 0.98 PF, increased efficiency, and a low electrical infrastructure costs the same charging power. According to the company, the new technology provides grid-friendly electricity flow with extremely low THD levels and a wide operating temperature range.

Based on Kempower press release

Feb 09, 2024

On February 8, Nokian Tyres made a long-term purchase agreement with a tire recycling joint venture. 

The long-term purchase agreement with a tire recycling joint venture enables its increased utilization in tires accelerating circularity and sustainability in the tire industry. Carbon black is used as a reinforcing filler in tires to enhance their physical properties, such as strength. Nokian Tyres started to use recovered carbon black in a commercial product line in 2022.

The joint venture, formed by e.g. Antin Infrastructure Partners and Enviro Systems, plans to establish end-of-life tire recycling plants across Europe, with a total capacity to recycle up to one million tons of end-of-life tires annually by 2030. The first plant, located in Sweden, is expected to be fully operational by 2025. The deliveries for Nokian Tyres will begin in 2026.

Based on Nokian Tyres press release