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Plastics Today Interviews CEO Integral Technologies

May 5 2018
https://www.plasticstoday.com/automotive-and-mobility/integral-technologies-partners-polyone-bring-electriplast-material-global-market/171252350458709





Small Solutions to the Big Cobalt Question

May 4 2018
Cobalt availability is currently one of the biggest concerns of EV automakers.  But why is Cobalt so important in the battery industry and EV production?  These videos answer many of these questions.

https://www.cnn.com/videos/world/2018/05/02/electric-cars-cobalt-explainer-clare-sebastian.cnn

What are companies doing to reduce the reliance on a resource that is in such short supply, and so very expensive?  Tesla scientists are making inroads to answer these supply problems.

https://electrek.co/2018/05/03/tesla-model-3-battery-cells-rare-data-energy-density-cobalt/

Even with all this progress, is it going to be enough to stem the demand for Cobalt?

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-05-04/tesla-s-battery-tweaks-won-t-solve-auto-world-s-cobalt-conundrum


Expanded Market Potential for ElectriPlast

May 3 2018
We are constantly on the lookout for new content for Conductive that is relevant to the markets that we are pursuing.  Here is an article that is very close to home, as ElectriPlast is being used in millions of camera housings, and has proven that it is one of the best solutions for reduction of EMI.

https://abcnews.go.com/US/cars-us-now-required-backup-cameras/story?id=54854404

Controlling Congo Cobalt Critical

May 2 2018
In past postings we have examined the potential and problems surrounding Cobalt mining, supplies and geographic ownership of the resources.  Here, we offer further discussion of this critical resource.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-glencore-cobalt-china-autos/chinese-control-of-cobalt-supply-is-risk-for-car-industry-glencore-idUSKBN1GW1XV


Journey to Autonomous Vehicles

May 1 2018
https://www.bofaml.com/en-us/content/future-of-mobility/driverless-cars-benefits-future-and-market.html#.WujEk38h3IU



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