The market for autonomous and electronically powered vehicles (EVs) has evolved from concept to reality in a relatively short frame of time.
Data provides evidence that consumer acceptance of EVs will continue to grow as the deployment of technologies enhance the user experience as automotive applications evolve.
Smart Transportation refers to the transportation system as a whole, including buses, high-tech parking systems, traffic management, haulage and logistics. Whilst the automotive industry has been primarily focused on the delivery of EVs for personal consumers, all aspect of the automotive sector will become the beneficiaries of such dramatic developments as application development improves.
As such, studies show that by 2020 there will be upwards of 10 million autonomous vehicles in operation, resulting in a dramatic demand increase for sensor incorporation to safely manage application requirements.
Uncovering the potential of Surwon Technology's IP, research and development efforts remain focused on enhancing the performance of graphene-lithium-ion battery technologies and graphene-enhanced sensor superconductivity.
As automobile manufacturers continue to develop the user experience, sensor applications for improved Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and cellular devices remain dependent on the development of connected communication systems. Whilst current applications exist, power efficiencies and longevity limitations are holding back the possibility of wirelessly operating an enhanced user experience.
Placing this scenario and the challenges of such into perspective, cabling is the third heaviest component of automobile construction, behind the weight of the chassis and the engine.
Surwon Technology's collaboration initiative has been instrumental in the development of real world applications that are currently employed in the production processes of leading automobile corporations.
External moisture sensors: Removal of cabling or volume heavy coin-cells for external rain detection whose ultra-thin sensors harvest energy through solar capture.
Battery temperature control: Graphene-lithium-ion batteries regulate and manage internal engine temperatures of up to 100°C.
Detection sensors: Pre-collision sensors structured by ultra-thin construction remove the necessity for cabling.
Tire pressure monitoring: Energy source miniaturization powers intelligent tire pressure monitoring whilst regulating high and low temperature levels generated through use transitions.
Uncovering the potential of Grpahene Inc.'s intellectual property, the company works in partnership with research and manufacturing units of leading corporations throughout the industrial sphere.Learn more
Surwon Technology is focused on capitalizing on the scope presented by the Internet of Things as the company advances its intellectual property further to enhance the benefits of smart technology in medical devices.Learn more