New eBook from Microchip and Mouser Explores the Future of Automotive Design and Manufacturing

25 MAY 2021

Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry’s leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components, announces a new eBook in collaboration with Microchip Technology highlighting the products and technologies enabling the next generation of automotive solutions. In Enabling the Future of Mobility, thought leaders from Mouser and Microchip offer in-depth insights into some of the most important issues facing next-generation automotive design, including motor controlcybersecurity, and vehicular software.

The modern automobile is highly connected, with sensors monitoring key indicators and autonomous features supporting automatic parking and lane deviation assist. Electric automobiles require innovative fast charging solutions to make the experience of owning an EV comparable to combustion engine vehicles. These fast charging breakthroughs are supported by technologies including silicon carbide (SiC) and high-performance gate drivers to provide digital control.

Enabling the Future of Mobility offers a range of expert insights into the most innovative technologies being used in automotive manufacturing, connecting complex design challenges to the products required to solve them. The eBook offers product information and links to several Microchip solutions, including automotive analog products, a range of microcontrollers, and automotive timing solutions to support autonomous driving, in-vehicle Ethernet, and engine control modules.

Microchip’s solutions available from Mouser include microcontrollers, sensors, antennas, power supplies, and embedded solutions. Mouser stocks a broad selection of Microchip Automotive Solutions as well.

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