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SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering: October 2022
- Magazine Issue
Published October 06, 2022 by SAE International in United States
- eAxles gain traction
OEMs are developing and testing axles with integrated electric powertrains to electrify trucks of all sizes.
- Securing CAN networks in commercial vehicles
A CAN transceiver with built-in security functions can avoid the complexity of end-to-end security solutions that are especially hard to implement on CVs.
- Electrification is the future for defense vehicles
Despite infrastructure challenges, electrified and automated military vehicles will save fuel and lives, said Allison's VP of Defense Programs at SAE COMVEC 2022.
Hiring talent to meet high-tech demands
- Allison's now open for hydrogen testing
- Electrification's impact on commercial-vehicle chassis design
- Harbinger prepares to enter commercial market with novel eAxle
- ZF, Freudenberg developing integrated 'Powerpack' fuel cell and e-drive
- Freightliner's medium-duty makeover for M2 and SD models
- Toyota's hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain provides an electrifying ride