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How the UK automotive sector is driving EV battery innovation

Christopher Jones of the Advanced Propulsion Centre outlines their recent report on the UK’s capabilities to produce EV batteries.

Can electric vehicle conversion lead the race to net zero?

Discover how electric vehicle conversion can help us successfully navigate the transition to E-mobility worldwide.

The sustainable future of batteries in Europe rests on a developed recycling industry

A robust European battery recycling market is crucial to upkeep competition with foreign markets and meet the need for batteries after 2030.

How can e-mobility increase energy efficiency in road transport?

The streamSAVE project is developing a streamlined methodology for the evaluation of electric vehicle energy efficiency.

Definition of terrorism: has it become a toxic term?

Vicente Medina Ph.D., Associate Professor at Seton Hall University’s Department of Philosophy, asks: how is the function of the term ‘terrorism’ useful if there...

GDPR fines: a road to nowhere?

Andy Barratt, UK MD at cybersecurity consultancy Coalfire, evaluates the way GDPR fines are levied and asks whether the current process will benefit organisations...

Is the age of biometric card payments here?

The card industry and regulators must incorporate new technology, including biometric card payments, to combat card fraud. The rise in payment card fraud has forced...

Explosive ordnance disposal from Afghanistan to the Ukraine

The HALO Trust is an international non-profit conducting essential explosive ordnance disposal around the world. As one of very few efforts to clear war-torn areas...

Labour exploitation: Brexit to increase ‘conveyor belt’ of trafficked migrants

Immigration Advice Service political correspondent Olivia Bridge outlines the growing risk of Brexit to labour exploitation and human trafficking. Human trafficking, slavery and labour exploitation...

von der Leyen Commission must act to ensure competitiveness

In the face of rising global powers, populist ideologies, trade wars and slow economic growth, the von der Leyen Commission seeks to reinforce its...

Urban laboratories: GrowSmarter project is a leading light for smart cities

Stockholm, Barcelona and Cologne have taken on the role of urban laboratories for cities of the future as part of a European project aimed...

Cybersecurity paradigm shift offers solutions in a world of cyber risks

CardLab’s disruptive security solutions offer the essential cybersecurity paradigm shift to put an end to cybercrime. Surveillance is becoming more commonplace than ever before. In...

Digital transformation: public sector needs a back to basics approach

What does it take for wide scale digital transformation to succeed in a cash-strapped, highly regulated world, where any technological advancement must cater to...

EOD community mental health: providing current and future support

Men and women of the EOD community are continually on the front line: it is vital we support EOD community mental health. The Explosive Ordnance...

Edge computing and Artificial Intelligence: a new competitor for 5G

Pavel Konečný, CEO of Neuron soundware, explores the advantages offered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) in edge computing. In 2016, I visited the CEBIT conference in...

Protecting children online: digital services cannot turn a blind eye to age

PRIVO makes the case for allowing kids their own online identity in the drive towards protecting children online. Today's children, tweens and teens have no...

Fake news and social censorship: an overview

Tabby Farrar, Senior Outreach Specialist at digital marketing firm Further, explores ‘fake news’ and the rise of social censorship. In 2011, ‘fake news’ was the...

Cybersecurity and data protection: when mistakes make headlines

Andy Barratt, UK MD at cybersecurity consultancy Coalfire, explores ways to strengthen cybersecurity and data protection policy in the public sector. Everyone makes mistakes. After...

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As e-mobility grows in popularity, the issues surrounding EV transport – including charging infrastructure, battery safety, sustainable disposal of EV batteries and the need to source increasing amounts of lithium and other component materials ethically – become more pressing.

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Improving electric vehicle battery safety with calorimetry

In the latest eBook from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Dr Carlos Ziebert, Head of the IAM-AWP Calorimeter Center discusses the role of calorimetry in improving electric vehicle battery safety. The European Commission’s ‘Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy‘ aims to reduce carbon emissions by 90% by 2050. A key...

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Improving lithium-ion battery safety for electric vehicles

In this latest eBook from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Dr Carlos Ziebert, Head of the Calorimeter Center, discusses the importance of improving lithium-ion battery safety for electric vehicles, and the significant role that calorimetry plays in this. With the announcement of the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy that...

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