Ali Shaygan Nia, business developer for graphene-based coatings and composites for the Graphene Flagship examines the innovations that have helped to develop ground-breaking solutions that enhance automotive components, improve safety and contribute to a greener future.
The disruptive potential of Graphenest's graphene-based EMI shielding solutions has attracted significant financial investment
Nanografen, a nanotechnology R&D company and Graphene Flagship partner founded in Turkey in 2013, is finding clever ways to recycle old tyres into graphene applications. Representatives of Nanografen recently shared their work with a wide range of stakeholders at JEC World 2023, where the company was also a finalist for an award.
Graphene Flagship Spearhead Project AUTOVISION is developing a new high-resolution image sensor for autonomous vehicles, which can detect obstacles and road curvature even in extreme and difficult driving conditions.
Graphene Flagship Spearhead Project G+BOARD aims to create the dashboard of the future. Unlike existing vehicle dashboards, many of which use metal, the inclusion of graphene-based materials in the vehicle dashboard can significantly reduce the weight of the vehicle.
An interview with Qurv’s CTO about wide spectrum image sensors for computer vision applications in self-driving cars and other mass-market autonomous systems.
By the end of Graphene Flagship Core 3 in 2023, our Spearhead Project GrEEnBat plans to enter the four-year automotive development cycle with their battery module.
Spearhead Project G+BOARD’s dashboards could replace wiring and buttons.
Graphene Flagship Partner SPAC Spa is developing new steering wheels and glove boxes with graphene-based materials, as part of the Spearhead Project G+BOARD.