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Applied EV selects CISSOID technology to drive autonomous vehicle electric motors

Applied EV, a developer of vehicle control system technologies for software-defined machines, has selected CISSOID’s new CXT-ICM3SA series of Silicon Carbide Inverter Control Modules (ICMs) to drive their latest generation of autonomous vehicle e-motors.

Dedicated to the E-mobility market, CISSOID’s software-powered SiC ICMs are augmented with onboard programmable hardware, accelerating the response time to critical events, off-loading the processor cores and enhancing functional safety.

The ICM is integrated into Applied EV’s Digital Backbone, a centralised control system combining state-of-the-art software and hardware, setting a new benchmark for safety rated vehicles.

Applied EV’s CEO, Julian Broadbent, says: “Both Applied EV and CISSOID recognise functional safety is critical in the development and deployment of autonomous vehicles.

“The partnership integrates CISSOID’s ICMs into our Digital Backbone, allowing for a faster development cycle, giving our customer the safest vehicle in the shortest time possible.”

CISSOID’s CEO, Dave Hutton, says: “We are excited to embark on this collaborative journey with Applied EV to drive innovation in e-mobility.

“By combining our expertise in electric motor design with Applied EV’s proficiency in software and vehicle integration, the aim is to deliver a game-changing electric motor drive platform for the future of mobility together.”

The collaboration underscores the shared commitment to driving positive change in the automotive industry and contributing to a more sustainable future for transportation globally.

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