There are 14 working groups in MIH. By organizing its members into working groups based on area of expertise, MIH looks to consolidate the resources and accelerate the realization of software-defined vehicles (SDV). MIH has designed a software architecture that accommodates all types of software and hardware platforms and simplifies automotive software development.
After surveying and analyzing the showcases at Taipei AMPA & Autotronics Taipei 2023 and E-Mobility Taiwan 2023 held in mid-April, DIGITIMES Research found that this year's event had a growing number of high-voltage silicon carbide (SiC) semiconductor applications that significantly boost electrical vehicle (EV) efficiency, while the development of automotive electronics including mmWave radars, head-up displays (HUDs) and rear seat entertainment (RSE) systems are targeting mainly high-end applications.
Thanks to the four major advantages 800V high-voltage high-power quick-charging has and its feature of a charging efficiency close to fueling a gasoline car, EV makers are growingly devoted to high-voltage quick-charging R&D.
With smart auto lighting becoming a trend in the automotive market, LEDs are being widely used in auto lighting products, replacing ones with conventional halogen and xenon thanks to LEDs' higher brightness and longer lifespan.
Taiwan-based manufacturers are stepping up efforts toward the electric vehicle (EV) sector and downstream EV manufacturing, midstream power systems and upstream battery materials are all areas with promising potential.