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Sep 16, 2022

On September 15, Volta Trucks announced that it has completed a rigorous program of hot weather testing of its full-electric 16-tonne Volta Zero. Taking place over six weeks at the purpose-built Nardo Technical Centre in Southern Italy, the hot weather testing program was designed to ensure that the Volta Zero will deliver outstanding levels of reliability and durability when series production starts early next year. The Vehicle Development team at Volta Trucks completed more than 2,500 km of customer-focused driving cycles at the motorway, town, and city speeds.
Undertaken in temperatures of up to 39 degrees Celsius during the day and 28 degrees Celsius at night, the air conditioning system and thermal management of the battery and powertrain of the Volta Zero have been fully evaluated. The testing has also been undertaken on course dustier surfaces, which provided an even tougher challenge for the Volta Zero’s chassis, pushing the vehicle’s suspension, steering, traction control, and braking system beyond the expected limit of normal customer usage. In addition, dust accumulation was studied for cabin and load box ingress, as well as how it sits on components such as lights, wipers, and panels.

Volta Trucks press release

Sep 15, 2022

On September 13, Smart Eye AB and OMNIVISION announced their combined solution for unparalleled accuracy in automotive interior sensing. This solution was demonstrated at AutoSens Brussels. The solution pairs Smart Eye’s world-leading algorithms for interior sensing AI and OMNIVISION’s next-generation RGB-IR BSI global shutter (GS) sensor for in-cabin and occupant monitoring systems (IMS and OMS). It provides automotive OEMs with optimal interior sensing functions that are fully compliant with General Safety Regulations (GSR) and Euro New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) requirements.
OMNIVISION’s GS sensor has the smallest 2.2-micron pixel and the highest 940 nm near-infrared (NIR) sensitivity in its class. It offers state-of-the-art performance, enabling single-LED designs. Glow is also minimized due to OMNIVISION’s groundbreaking Nyxel NIR technology. In addition, the small pixel and a-CSPTM package further reduce the camera module size. Coupled with Smart Eye’s new and enhanced interior sensing algorithms, it can deliver a complete solution for automotive OEMs.

Smart Eye AB 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