Bosch Introduces New Semiconductor Technology to Prevent Vehicle Batteries from Exploding

A few days ago, foreign media reported that auto parts manufacturer Bosch has launched a new semiconductor technology. This technology can use microchips to cut off the power supply to prevent electric shocks and prevent vehicle explosions after an electric vehicle accident. It is reported that such microchips can power off battery circuits in less than a second, ensuring the safety of first responders and occupants in vehicles.

Bosch Introduces New Semiconductor Technology to Prevent Vehicle Batteries from Exploding

Bosch said that the newly introduced semiconductor technology will play an important role in improving the safety of electric vehicles. Bosch will integrate the microchip into the vehicle’s safety system to quickly disconnect the battery electrical system after a vehicle crash. When the vehicle’s airbag sensor detects an impact, Bosch’s microchip triggers a fusing system, which disconnects the vehicle’s battery from the high-voltage cable of the electronics, eliminating the risk of electric shock or fire in electric vehicles.

Tiny chips play an important role in modern vehicles. These integrated circuits control not only airbags but also driver assistance functions such as cruise, distance sensors, high beam assist, lane keeping systems, wiper sensors and more. Today, microchips are used in almost every field of automotive engineering. The new semiconductor technology launched by Bosch may eliminate consumers’ safety concerns about electric vehicle fires and electric shock accidents.

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