ALL THINGS Electric Vehicle – NECINA 2021 Technology Conference
A group of experts from different sectors of the electric vehicle industry will serve as panelists to discuss their views.
While many of the US cities are still recovering from the damages brought by tropical storm Ida, it is apparent that such an unprecedented disaster must be attributed to global warming. No doubt, gas powered passenger cars and heavy-duty trucks, among others, are a major source of the greenhouse gas pollution that causes this environmental threat. In an effort to quickly respond to this issue, President Joe Biden announced a new national target that electric cars should make up to half of all new car sales in the United States by the year 2030.
In addition to cars, other electric vehicles including land vehicles, such as e-scooters, and aerial vehicles, such as drones, have gain popularity over the years. More and more people ride e-scooters for daily commute, while more and more industries rely on drones for inventory management and product delivery. Due to their electric nature, electric vehicles own the ancillary benefit that powerful computing devices are built in from the get-go. Accordingly, much better control systems oftentimes network-enabled can be implemented for electric vehicles to achieve functionalities beyond the imagination of gas-powered vehicles.
Most importantly, the driving force behind every electric vehicle, namely its batteries, has been developed to have advantageous properties, such as, longer life span, fast charging and discharging, extremely safe, lightweight, to name only a few. Consequently, electric vehicle developments have become the mainstream of the 21st century technology and undeniably will change people’s life for good.