Transportation Solutions

With the wave of global net-zero emissions, the EU's Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) has announced an upcoming carbon tariff. The transition to net-zero emissions is no longer an environmental issue, but a matter of industrial competitiveness. At the moment, ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) that can balance traffic efficiency and carbon reduction is the inevitable trend, and we are playing a key role in it!

Nextron has created connection solutions that are different from those accumulated over the past centuries. From charging and battery swapping systems to high-speed Ethernet for vehicles, from micromobile vehicles to city-wide unmanned taxis, we are always the best partner for developing intelligent and green transportation by joining hands with global corporations to explore new industrial futures.

Why Nextron
Pioneer of Micromobility

Micromobility, including electric motorcycles, e-bikes, and e-scooters, is becoming more and more popular, providing users with short-distance mobility solutions within 5 miles, enabling low-cost personal transportation while reducing traffic congestion and carbon emissions effectively.

As a pioneer in micromobility, Nextron has collaborated with top brands in Europe and the US to create connected solutions for charging and battery swapping. Our products prioritize safety which possesses features such as lightness, cost-effectiveness, and guided insertion design. We are competitive in the industry and highly trusted by clients.

Promoter of Intelligent Driving

The evolution of intelligent driving will make future transportation much safer.

With the rapid development of the automobile industry, Nextron has entered the market with innovative products that meet all standards. We play a crucial role in SAE Level 3 and above Levels of driving automation by providing efficient transmission solutions: supporting control system-related requirements such as in-vehicle networks, improving computing efficiency, accelerating message delivery, and enabling LiDAR, the "eyes" of autonomous vehicles, to deliver sensor data more instantly and stably in high-speed driving environments.

Success Stories
Press-fit Technology in IGBT Production Rapid technological advancements have driven Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTs) to emerge as pivotal components in domains like electric vehicles, solar energy, and industrial sectors. These power semiconductors are known for their high-voltage and high-power capabilities, making them indispensable in a range of applications. Read More High-Current Connectors for OBC Applications OBC design faces the challenge of shrinking mechanical space as a natural trend. With power requirements expected to reach 11 kW and even 22 kW in the future, managing current loading and temperature control becomes increasingly difficult. To address this, connectors with a crown spring structure allow for efficient vertical connections over the shortest distance. They are compatible with both DIP Type and Press Fit Type, facilitating assembly with MCPCBs. Read More Two-Way Plug-In Head, Enhancing Micro-Mobility Nextron just launched a new E-Bike Power Connector solution. We've created a battery exchanger that supports 90° and 180° plugging, compatible with various electric vehicle charging designs. This broadens its use cases and better caters to the needs for simplicity and lightweight design in micro-mobility. Read More Efficient Heat Dissipation Solutions for mmWave Radar With several years of heat dissipation design experience, our in-house simulation team provides several solutions with CFD software and identifies the best method for our client. By choosing the right metal and optimizing the product structure, the final design lowers the temperature of the mmWave radar box effectively while ensuring a stable signal. Read More LiDAR Enhancements for Autonomous Driving Systems Even though Elon Musk insisted on image sensors on Tesla modules, LiDAR has become an indispensable part of autonomous vehicles since Google adopted Velodyne H64E in its self-driving car. LiDAR can be found in numerous level 3 ADAS brands including Audi, Honda, and even Waymo which specialize in autonomous driving. Read More Enhancing ECU & DCU Connectivity for Modern Vehicles With the advance of the automotive industry and the realization of Level 3 (Conditional Driving Automation) or even full driving automation, vehicles nowadays contain 100 or more Electronic Control Units (ECUs). The number of ECUs is still increasing as automakers continue to add new features and functions. Read More

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