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Hydrogen Systems for Transport 2023

Appropriate technologies for hydrogen-based vehicles are now available. Major market expansion is required for driving down costs of both hydrogen and vehicle components. Many experts believe that actual market implementation becomes...[Read More]


The Expanding Market for Extrudable Materials in Automobiles 2023

It is no understatement that vehicles are undergoing paradigm shifts on multiple fronts:

  • Electrification of the powertrain
  • Digitalization and interconnectivity
  • Passenger comfort and cabin features
  • Sustainability
  • Safety and ADAS advancements

Each one of these macro trends in vehicle design impacts the use of... [Read More]


The Next Twelve Years: Impact of Automotive Paradigm Shifts on Plastics Use 2023


Evolving Plug-in and Hybrid Vehicle Thermal Management 2023

There are many thermal topologies for electrified vehicles today. This is understandable given the urgency to get new electrified powertrains into production and the relatively limited and immature components and software available. Therefore, thermal systems are not idealized, and it will take considerable time to do so. Key deliverables of this report include... [Read More]


Trends in New Cabin Technology Integration 2023

In 2023, The ITB Group will complete new research that details the next anticipated changes in our industry. These include the impact of converging consumer desires and technological developments on vehicle interior content at OEMs worldwide.
ITB will assess the current development status... [Read More}


Automotive Fuel Systems 2022

ITB’s 2022 report will cover fuel systems for traditional ICE and hybrid powertrains and will account for the impacts of both changes to evaporative emissions and exhaust emissions on fuel system components. Market developments including supplier structural changes and supply shifts will also be included. [Read More ]


Fluid Control and Conveyance Advancements for Electrified Vehicles 2022

As electrified powertrains are further developed, fluid systems continue to play an important role. Improved fluid control reduces energy losses for extending electric powertrain range, supporting rapid charging, and reducing fuel consumption. Fluid control performance improvement is important, but… [Read More ]


New Cabin Technologies 2021

In 2021, The ITB Group will provide new research that details the future anticipated changes in our industry from trends to technology to vehicle interior content in multiple geographic regions and OEMs. ITB will identify the shifts for interior systems, surfaces, and electronics, and will work with multiple teams… [Read More]


Evolving Thermal Systems for Electrified Vehicles 2021

Thermal management systems are fundamental for conventional and electrified vehicle performance. Thermal systems can directly affect consumers through vehicle efficiency, vehicle range, battery charging rates, perceived comfort, and purchase price. Improvements in thermal systems will continue to be a high value… [Read More]


Automotive Fuel Systems 2021

The global automotive industry is currently undergoing a paradigm shift towards the increasing use of electrified components from simple stop/start systems to 48V systems, full hybrids, plug-in hybrids and fully electrified vehicles. Confusion reigns concerning the rate of these changes. There is continually conflicting evidence… [Read More]


Hydrogen Storage for Transport 2021

Major concerns about climate change have resulted in governments around the world investigating alternative energy sources for reducing carbon dioxide emissions. Europe, for example, has embarked on initiatives for promoting the use of hydrogen while… [Read More]


Thermoplastic Use in ICE and E-Powertrain Systems 2020

Efforts to overcome future emission challenges for carbon dioxide and other exhaust emissions, such as nitrogen oxides, are leading to considerable powertrain innovations. The primary innovation is electrification which may range from a low level such as start/stop systems to 48 volt systems with recuperation to full hybrid systems to plug-in hybrid vehicles to fully electric vehicles. Major improvements continue to be sought in both the traditional ICE system and in the e-powertrain system … [Read More]


Maximizing Thermal Management Technology Value 2019

As regulations continue to tighten globally, they are driving different thermal technology choices for conventional and electrified vehicles. U.S. federal and state regulations are uncertain, but may be finalized as soon as 2019. Regulations in Europe and China are continuing to evolve to incentivize electrified vehicles and include technology credits for passenger comfort technologies… [Read More]


Battery Thermal Management Brief 2018

Tremendous investments are being made in electrified vehicles and batteries to meet government targets and reduce vehicular emissions. Regulations and incentives in China and California as well as other regions are driving a need for more and higher levels of vehicle electrification. Vehicle manufacturers and battery suppliers around the world are making substantial investments in electrical energy storage technologies to meet regulations economically… [Read More]


Thermal Management Advancements for Electrified Vehicles 2017

ITB’s 2017 report will examine over 30 technologies and 100 suppliers of thermal management systems and components for electrified vehicles. The ITB Group’s research will incorporate feedback from Asian, European and North American OEMs and suppliers. It will include market, technology and value analyses to identify key thermal management trends, strategies… [Read More]


Automotive Greenhouse Systems 2016

Greenhouse systems integrating weatherstrips, glazings and decoration, are continued targets for design optimization and functional innovation. Tremendous resources are consumed to execute details in appearance, while acoustic strategy, mass-down and cost pressures continue… [Read More]

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