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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.

Outdoor lighting solutions from CU Phosco Lighting

UK-based CU Phosco Lighting meets all outdoor lighting needs, from design and manufacture to follow-up maintenance. Market leader CU Phosco® Lighting is the largest designer...

How secure are connected devices?

The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA), Europe’s centre for cybersecurity expertise, details threats posed by internet connected devices. ENISA’s efforts on...

Protecting lone workers in the UK as employment changes

Duncan Spencer, Head of Advice and Practice at the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, outlines key challenges and opportunities in lone working. Being in...

Children and GDPR: protecting children’s data online

Protecting children’s data online must come to the forefront of GDPR enforcement following violations of child privacy online. It has been a year since the...

European Cybercrime Centre combats online exploitation through knowledge exchange

Member States need platforms for knowledge exchange to identify perpetrators and reduce online exploitation. A recent report released by the Internet Watch Foundation shows that...

aspern Seestadt urban lab: an innovation leader in Vienna

aspern Seestadt aims to become an innovation leader in affordable housing, smart mobility and energy; and social inclusion. In 2027, the population of Vienna is...

UK smart city adoption hampered by low awareness, funding

ATG Access Managing Director Gavin Hepburn discusses how the challenges posed by urbanisation can be overcome with smart city technology. Over the years, the world...

Smart city citizen engagement the key to future development

Technology can enable us to implement the smart cities of the future, but knowledge sharing is just as vital. Faced with challenges such as climate...

Online child safety pilot aims to ensure children’s cybersecurity

For the internet to be safe for children to use, securing their data and protecting their privacy online is paramount. The internet has grown at...

Business uncertainty over Brexit may cause an IT crisis

Uncertainty regarding Brexit is paralysing for small and large businesses alike. Eggplant CEO Dr John Bates discusses the IT crisis for businesses in light...

Simulation in defence training: an essential tool

Steve Wilkinson, CEO of the European Training and Simulation Association, describes how simulation in defence training has become an invaluable tool. When not in action,...

Mucopolysaccharide storage diseases and EU care

Susanne Kircher and Michaela Weigl of MPS Europe GmbH discuss the importance of raising awareness of rare diseases and MPS across Europe. Mucopolysaccharide storage diseases...

Can screentime be beneficial for children?

Innovation News Network spoke to Elena Hoicka, a senior lecturer in psychology in education at the University of Bristol, on the effects of screentime...

Megacity data centres: solving infrastructure issues

Neil Cresswell, CEO at VIRTUS Data Centres, explains the challenges facing megacities, highlighting how these issues can be resolved. The prospect of better employment and...

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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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