Engineering Materials

Legislation will drive technological developments in mobility

Original equipment manufacturers and Tiers need a new generation of advanced materials as they switch from producing mostly internal combustion engines to electric vehicles. Plus, research shows it is important that technology development is informed by consumer preferences. Automotive Industries (AI) asked Tamim Sidiki, Global Marketing Director Mobility, DSM, to share what trends the company’s research has identified.

Download the PDF to read the article and learn about trends shaping electrification, including:

  • The three key drivers of electrification—lightweighting, safety and sustainability
  • The main drivers of high voltage charging
  • How DSM supports fuel cell and hybrid vehicle development
  • What DMS offers designers of semi- and fully-autonomous vehicles
  • Why automotive companies should partner with DSM

At the core of DSM’s strategy is Safer, Lighter and more Sustainable EVs. We continue to invest in the further development of existing and new applications, in close cooperation with partners from across the value chain.

Contact us to learn more about our materials solutions for EV applications.

Candace Roulo

Global Manager of Messaging and Content Development

Published on

20 July 2022

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Candace Roulo

Global Manager of Messaging and Content Development

Candace Roulo is Global Manager of Messaging and Content Development for DSM Engineering Materials. Based in Troy, Michigan, she specializes in writing blogs and articles about advanced materials solutions. Prior to joining DSM, Candace served in editorial roles at SME and Penton Media. Candace earned her bachelor’s degree in communication, specializing in public relations, at Michigan State University’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences.

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