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Universal Technical Institute selects Bosch to develop new EV training courseware

Demand for skilled EV technicians is soaring, and forward-looking technical schools are moving quickly to update their curricula. Universal Technical Institute (UTI), an automotive-focused technical school with locations in nine states, has selected Bosch to support the development of new courseware covering battery-electric vehicles for students enrolled in the school’s automotive technician training programs. UTI’s… Read more »

Bosch starts volume production of silicon carbide semiconductors

Bosch has started volume production of SiC semiconductors, and plans to expand its production capacity to a unit volume running into the hundreds of millions. The company is also working on a second generation of more efficient SiC chips.  To meet steadily increasing demand for these semiconductors, Bosch added 1,000 square meters to the clean-room… Read more »

Bosch hopes to earn over a billion euros in sales this year from e-mobility

Tier 1 supplier Bosch offers a wide range of electromobility-related products, from e-bikes to construction machinery to silicon carbide chips to integrated e-axle modules. Now the company says it expects to generate more than 1 billion euros in sales from e-mobility this year. Bosch says it has invested some 5 billion euros in electromobility to… Read more »

Bosch’s new flexible charging cable does away with the “charging brick”

Bosch’s new smart charging cable, introduced at the recent IAA Mobility 2021 trade show, is designed to be flexible and compact. It includes the usual control and safety technology, but dispenses with the usual bulky in-cable control box, or “charging brick.” The new cable weighs less than three kg, and comes with adapters for Type… Read more »

Bosch reports €13 billion in electromobility orders

Since the beginning of 2018, Bosch has won electromobility-related orders worth roughly €13 billion, including production projects for electric powertrains for passenger cars and light trucks. The company is fast-tracking electrification, as well as developing higher-efficiency ICEs and investing in fuel cells, automated driving and technology for mobility services. At the beginning of 2019, Bosch… Read more »

Bosch developing cloud-based service to help prolong battery life

In an attempt to prolong EV battery life, Bosch is developing new cloud services that supplement individual vehicles’ battery-management systems. The company calls the new service Battery in the Cloud. Its first customer is DiDi, a gargantuan Chinese mobility provider, which is equipping a pilot vehicle fleet with Bosch battery services in the city of… Read more »

Bosch acquires motor maker EM-motive from Daimler

Bosch has acquired electric motor manufacturer EM-motive from Daimler. Since Bosch and Daimler set up EM-motive as a fifty-fifty joint venture in 2011, the company has manufactured some 450,000 electric motors. “For Bosch, the complete acquisition of EM-motive is the next logical step on the path to becoming the market leader for electromobility,” said Stefan Hartung,… Read more »

Nikola and Bosch partner on hydrogen-electric Class 8 truck

Nikola Motor Company is partnering with Bosch on the development of its hydrogen fuel cell range-extended electric Class 8 long-haul truck, which was unveiled as a prototype last December. By 2021, the company intends to bring the Nikola One and Two to market, each of which will deliver more than 1,000 horsepower and 2,000 lb-ft… Read more »

New Bosch e-axle integrates motor, power electronics, transmission

Bosch has developed a new electric axle drive, or e-axle, that integrates the motor, power electronics, and transmission into one compact unit that directly drives a vehicle’s axle, saving both space and costs. An electric axle delivering 150 kilowatts weighs roughly 90 kg – far less than currently available individual components. Bosch has had electric… Read more »