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SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering: October 2022

  • Magazine Issue
  • 22TOFHP10
Published October 06, 2022 by SAE International in United States
  • English
  • 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.
  • Editorial
    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