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Five development trends affecting automobile braking technology

Five development trends affecting automobile braking technology

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Guide: According to foreign media reports, according to Chassis Brakes International, the five major trends in the automotive industry will have an impact on future car and light vehicle braking technologies.
According to foreign media reports, according to Chassis Brakes International, the five major trends in the automotive industry will have an impact on the braking technology of future cars and light vehicles. For details, see the following: Electricity (Electrification)-According to Bloomberg's estimates In the near future, electric vehicles will account for 24% of all new car sales. Electrification and other emission reduction measures will help promote the application rate of electro-mechanical parking brakes (EMPB) and regenerative braking systems (regenerative braking systems). Autonomous driving-It is estimated that by 2030, 35% of new cars will be autonomous vehicles (SAE L3-L5). Such vehicles require automatic emergency braking systems (automated emergency-brake systems), architecture redundancy, hardware and software robustness (hardware and software robustness). In the future, the B-by-wire system will be adopted. Intelligent Connectivity (Connectivity)-Intelligent Connectivity is becoming mature vehicle-to-infrastructure communication (V2I) and workshop communication (V2V). The latter enables vehicles to understand each other's driving positions. The braking system of the future needs to be electrified and connected to the above-mentioned systems. New mobility (New Mobility)-The emerging shared mobility with a pay-per-use approach will be integrated with smartphones, allowing for intuitive operation to book driverless taxis. By 2030, the profit of this trend may account for 40% of the profit of the entire automobile industry, and the demand for mature braking technology will increase accordingly. Lightweight-The automotive industry needs to reduce vehicle weight, and this demand will become more urgent. If the brakes are made of lighter aluminum, it will help reduce the weight of the car without sacrificing the safety of passengers. In order to meet the performance, durability, and weight reduction requirements of the braking system in the next 10-15 years, Fanbo believes that the automotive industry needs to switch to the concept of a wire-controlled intelligent braking system, which will provide dry (wet) brake solutions. And there are redundant values ​​for all four wheels. (The picture in this article is from roboticsandautomationnews)
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Five development trends affecting automobile braking technology

(Summary description)

Guide: According to foreign media reports, according to Chassis Brakes International, the five major trends in the automotive industry will have an impact on future car and light vehicle braking technologies.
According to foreign media reports, according to Chassis Brakes International, the five major trends in the automotive industry will have an impact on the braking technology of future cars and light vehicles. For details, see the following: Electricity (Electrification)-According to Bloomberg's estimates In the near future, electric vehicles will account for 24% of all new car sales. Electrification and other emission reduction measures will help promote the application rate of electro-mechanical parking brakes (EMPB) and regenerative braking systems (regenerative braking systems). Autonomous driving-It is estimated that by 2030, 35% of new cars will be autonomous vehicles (SAE L3-L5). Such vehicles require automatic emergency braking systems (automated emergency-brake systems), architecture redundancy, hardware and software robustness (hardware and software robustness). In the future, the B-by-wire system will be adopted. Intelligent Connectivity (Connectivity)-Intelligent Connectivity is becoming mature vehicle-to-infrastructure communication (V2I) and workshop communication (V2V). The latter enables vehicles to understand each other's driving positions. The braking system of the future needs to be electrified and connected to the above-mentioned systems. New mobility (New Mobility)-The emerging shared mobility with a pay-per-use approach will be integrated with smartphones, allowing for intuitive operation to book driverless taxis. By 2030, the profit of this trend may account for 40% of the profit of the entire automobile industry, and the demand for mature braking technology will increase accordingly. Lightweight-The automotive industry needs to reduce vehicle weight, and this demand will become more urgent. If the brakes are made of lighter aluminum, it will help reduce the weight of the car without sacrificing the safety of passengers. In order to meet the performance, durability, and weight reduction requirements of the braking system in the next 10-15 years, Fanbo believes that the automotive industry needs to switch to the concept of a wire-controlled intelligent braking system, which will provide dry (wet) brake solutions. And there are redundant values ​​for all four wheels. (The picture in this article is from roboticsandautomationnews)

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Guide: According to foreign media reports, according to Chassis Brakes International, the five major trends in the automotive industry will have an impact on future car and light vehicle braking technologies.
According to foreign media reports, according to Chassis Brakes International, the five major trends in the automotive industry will have an impact on the braking technology of future cars and light vehicles. For details, see the following: Electricity (Electrification)-According to Bloomberg's estimates In the near future, electric vehicles will account for 24% of all new car sales. Electrification and other emission reduction measures will help promote the application rate of electro-mechanical parking brakes (EMPB) and regenerative braking systems (regenerative braking systems). Autonomous driving-It is estimated that by 2030, 35% of new cars will be autonomous vehicles (SAE L3-L5). Such vehicles require automatic emergency braking systems (automated emergency-brake systems), architecture redundancy, hardware and software robustness (hardware and software robustness). In the future, the B-by-wire system will be adopted. Intelligent Connectivity (Connectivity)-Intelligent Connectivity is becoming mature vehicle-to-infrastructure communication (V2I) and workshop communication (V2V). The latter enables vehicles to understand each other's driving positions. The braking system of the future needs to be electrified and connected to the above-mentioned systems. New mobility (New Mobility)-The emerging shared mobility with a pay-per-use approach will be integrated with smartphones, allowing for intuitive operation to book driverless taxis. By 2030, the profit of this trend may account for 40% of the profit of the entire automobile industry, and the demand for mature braking technology will increase accordingly. Lightweight-The automotive industry needs to reduce vehicle weight, and this demand will become more urgent. If the brakes are made of lighter aluminum, it will help reduce the weight of the car without sacrificing the safety of passengers. In order to meet the performance, durability, and weight reduction requirements of the braking system in the next 10-15 years, Fanbo believes that the automotive industry needs to switch to the concept of a wire-controlled intelligent braking system, which will provide dry (wet) brake solutions. And there are redundant values ​​for all four wheels. (The picture in this article is from roboticsandautomationnews)

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