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A Step Towards Net-Zero Carbon Emissions

The electronics department plays a major role in driving the vehicle efficiently consuming less energy and reducing the carbon emissions with help of strategizing the ideas in different energy categories of the vehicle. The first step toward net-zero carbon emissions is to utilize the technology that consumes less or zero fuel for driving. Therefore, vehicle electrification is critical. Electric vehicles are better for the environment as they emit fewer greenhouse gases and air pollutants than petrol or diesel cars. With no tailpipe, pure electric cars produce no carbon dioxide emissions when driving.

Semiconductors will play a key role in all of this, both in electric vehicles and those with internal combustion engines. And with different classes of electric and electronic systems in the car, there are opportunities for the technologies to be put to better use.

The trajectory the semiconductor industry has been on for decades is exactly what we need to help reduce the carbon footprint because all these things about integration, energy efficiency, better interfaces, better memory, and better chips are integral to reducing the carbon footprint. Selection of the best ICs and components consumes less power from the Battery resulting in less electronic system failure

Although Li-ion batteries account for carbon emissions, by increasing the range of the vehicle through fine-tuning and efficient driving strategies, overall carbon emissions can be controlled.

Purpose-built motor controllers and electronics systems further help to attain maximum range and efficiency and ultimately result in net-zero carbon emissions. Customizing the motor parameters through changes in windings, hall sensor selection, etc. further helps in achieving a greater range as per requirements.

The ultimate aim of the team is to achieve net-zero carbon emission in all best possible ways.

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