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SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering: February 2022
- Magazine Issue
Published February 03, 2022 by SAE International in United States
- Hydrogen generates buzz in power generation
Companies target stationary power applications to prove their hydrogen technology and to build scale until infrastructure expands for mobility.
- 'Mixed' approach to e-truck manufacturing
Volvo Group CTO details the OEM's "mixed model assembly" strategy for battery and fuel-cell electric vehicles and provides insights on infrastructure and the transition to autonomous.
- Innovation at the intersection of disciplines
Caterpillar alum Sri Srinath, Ph.D., focuses on more collaboration and mentoring in his new role as 2022 SAE International president.
Combustion engines carry on in construction
- Volta announces 'engineering kickoff' of smaller electric trucks
- Peterbilt, Aurora unveil SAE Level 4 autonomous truck
- Detroit DD15 Gen 5 showcases durability of new diesel tech
- GM announces Hydrotec fuel-cell power generator and rapid charger for EVs
- Mellor Bus stresses lightweight construction for new midsized battery-electric buses
- Mack begins production of Class-8 LR Electric model
TE Connectivity's Mark Uhrich discusses how sensors are evolving to satisfy commercial-vehicle demands.