Featured image of the article Insights on Toyota’s strategy for next-generation vehicles.

Insights on Toyota’s strategy for next-generation vehicles

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France – September 27, 2022 │ KnowMade’s experts in Semiconductor and Energy technologies have compiled an overview of Toyota’s patent strategy. Check out all the information through our four articles: Hydrogen-based Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles: a winning bet for Toyota? Toyota’s triptych IP strategy on batteries to conquer the EV market The vertical[…]

Featured image of the article Toyota Group, a leading IP player in the development of sensors and autonomous vehicles technologies.

Toyota Group, a leading IP player in the development of sensors and autonomous vehicles technologies

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France – August 16, 2022 │ Since 2010 and the end of the crisis, the automotive industry has been undergoing veritable revolutions, with the dawn of electric and autonomous vehicles. While electrification is already well established with the release of hybrid and fully electric vehicles, the launch of robot taxis and fully autonomous[…]

Featured image of the article The vertical innovation path: from material to power devices and their integration in electric vehicles (EV).

The vertical innovation path: from materials to power devices and their integration in electric vehicles (EV)

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France – August 02, 2022 │ The French patent analysis firm KnowMade is launching a series on Toyota’s patent activity – stay tuned to see its R&D strategy unveiled: Hydrogen-based Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles: a winning bet for Toyota? Toyota’s triptych IP strategy on batteries to conquer the EV market Toyota Group, a[…]

Power SiC patent landscape analysis: who is driving the establishment of the SiC industry in South Korea?

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France – May 17, 2022 | The Silicon Carbide (SiC) power device market is growing fast, driven by the adoption of SiC technology in EV applications. SiC power device market revenues exceeded $1 billion in 2021 and were generated by companies mainly located in Europe (STMicroelectronics, Infineon), in the US (Wolfspeed, onsemi) and[…]