WARRENDALE, Pa. Feb. 22, 2011 http://ev.sae.org/
Cariello said the new website, launched last fall and accessible to the public, was the logical response to the increasing global focus on developing electrified vehicles and their energy infrastructure. The new site includes the following resources related to hybrids, EVs, and related technology:
- Technical papers;
- Professional events;
- Research Reports;
- Training; and
- A quarterly digital "magazine" covering the latest EV and HEV developments.
"This site is a valuable resource for mobility engineers seeking the most up-to-date information on standards, technology advances, product solutions, supplier news, vehicle development trends and insights from the most plugged-in experts in the electrified-vehicles field," Cariello noted.
He characterized the decision to launch the website and e-magazine as "a no-brainer," given the growing industry demand for high-quality, trusted technical information—SAE International’s hallmark for more than 100 years.
http://ev.sae.org/ Lindsay Brooke
"Volt is in the vanguard of a new generation of electrified vehicles being developed by every global OEM to meet stringent emissions and fuel-efficiency regulations," Brooke explained. "SAE International’s global engineering audience is keenly interested in the advanced technologies—batteries, power control, electric machines, systems integration, materials—being driven by these vehicle programs."
The Volt digital magazine is the result of Brooke’s four years of reporting on the vehicle’s development, including dozens of interviews with the GM and supplier engineers who brought the car to production despite many challenges.
Shawn Andreassi [email protected]
SOURCE SAE International