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Driving the Electric Revolution

Driving the Electric Revolution is a UK-wide programme to develop the UK’s clean and resilient supply chains in power electronics, machines and drives (PEMD). Driving the Electric Revolution has invested £33m in expanding open access facilities for PEMD through the Industrialisation Centres (DER-IC).  Their mission is to make the UK globally

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Monthly Update from AESIN Chairman, Dr. Stephen Lambert

Welcome to the April Edition of the AESIN Newsletter. As COVID restrictions continue to ease, we look forward to welcoming you all back to our physical events later in the year. We are looking forward to hosting the AESIN Virtual Auto Electronics Summit on April 13th. This will feature a

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Exawatt Release Industry First Deep Dive Analysis of the Outlook for SiC in EVs

The market for silicon carbide (SiC) semiconductor devices in electric vehicles will exceed $2.5 billion in 2030, according to a new report from UK-based strategic consulting firm Exawatt. The report is the industry’s first deep-dive analysis of the outlook for SiC in EVs, and builds on research conducted with, and

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AESIN Joins UK Initiative to Promote CyberSecurity Adoption

AESIN are delighted to announce its participation as an industry representative in a study by researchers in Coventry University’s Institute for Future Transport and Cities’ (IFTC) Systems Security Group (SSG) to examine drivers of computer hardware security adoption among businesses and consumers. The UK government’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)-funded Discribe (Digital Security by

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Remote Working for Design Teams – Lessons Learnt

It is now a year since the UK entered the first nationwide ‘lockdown’.  A drastic measure designed to stem the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Since then, design teams from across automotive electronics have largely been operating remotely.  Demand for their products has been high during the last year. However,

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Connect with Postgraduate Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence Students

Aston University have a growing cohort of students studying master’s degrees in Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. A mix of home and overseas students, many are building on substantial work experience gained prior to their studies. With developing proficiency in the fields of machine learning, robotics & autonomous systems, deep