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Light weight electronics with simplified architecture in automobile

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Contemporary automobile hosts a complex electrical architecture that runs disparate systems. Churning data from hundreds of sensors, transducers, actuators and controlling complex functions, these systems are connected via a circuit which is in total 6-9 km long and weighs between 50-95 Kg. This talk discusses how to change the underlying integration of electronics with printable electronics and printable hybrid electronics to negate the adverse effects of incremental electronics architecture complexity in the car. I will analyse various approaches to production and design rules to achieve automotive qualification and how this technology disrupts standards, testing and qualification methodologies. I will also discuss results of an experimental application, showing staggering amount of weight saving (70%), 70% saving in bill of materials and processing overhead, and 40% volumetric savings over traditional application

This talk is part of the CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture Series series.

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