Arrow Electronics Supports Start-Ups

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

The NTU-Arrow Invent Lab offers relevant solutions.

As EVs are pivotal for meeting the climate change challenge in Asia, start-ups and major manufacturers are required to join hands and come together. 

Arrow Electronics, Inc. (Arrow) has announced its support to Oyika Pte Ltd (Oyika), a Singapore start-up, in building battery swapping and charging solutions for electric motorbikes (e-motorbikes). 

- Advertisement -

The start-up basically deals with range anxiety, long charging times, and the upfront purchase cost that the EV industry faces. The NTU-Arrow Invent Lab offers smart batteries that can be powered by affordable and reliable advanced electronics.

The Invent lab was established in collaboration with the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, in April 2022 and is one of five worldwide Arrow Open Labs in key technology and innovation hubs. Arrow also offers engineering guidance in power management, IoT (Internet of Things) telematics, battery management and component selection.

“We appreciate Arrow’s support in our development journey. Arrow’s established international network offers priceless value to start-ups like us to access the latest technologies and connect to world-class suppliers. With the support of the NTU-Arrow Invent Lab, our team could tap into Arrow’s engineering resources and tools. Today, we are proud to see our battery swap solutions deployed and supporting e-motorbikes in Cambodia and Indonesia,” said Roderick Chia, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Oyika.

“Sustainability is important to our everyday life, how we live, work, and commute. With Open Labs, Arrow is proud to empower local start-ups like Oyika to create a better tomorrow, leveraging technology to drive sustainability. By offering our engineering consultancy, design-for-manufacturing support, go-to-market resources and expertise to Oyika, we together create a cleaner and leaner mobility solution,” said Jacky Wan, Arrow’s vice president of Engineering for Asia-Pacific.


 

 

- Advertisement -

Related Artcles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here
Captcha verification failed!
CAPTCHA user score failed. Please contact us!

Exclusive

“Automotive And Medical Will Adopt More Printed Electronics”

0
The automotive industry is experiencing a revolution. But is this revolution limited to the evolution of powertrains? Salil Musale, MD, Naxona (Astarc Group), chats...

Infineon And Amkor Forge Partnership To Boost Semiconductor Manufacturing In Europe

0
With operations set to commence in the first half of 2025, this alliance represents a significant stride in advancing the region's semiconductor manufacturing resilience...

“Alternatives To All Chinese Electronics Components Exist”

0
What is the difference between outsourcing electronics manufacturing to third parties and sourcing electronics built from scratch from third parties? Ishwar Kumhar, CEO of...

Buzz

Ather Energy Eyes Expansion Into Motorcycle Market

0
The new motorcycle from Ather is rumoured to be more powerful than its 450 series e-scooters. Recently, officials from Ather revealed that the company is...

Alfa Romeo Unveils Its First Electric Vehicle

0
Italian automaker unveils the Milano urban SUV, the successor to the Giulietta, offering a choice between mild-hybrid petrol or electric power. Alfa Romeo has unveiled...

Zypp Electric Makes Changes In Its Leadership With 4 New Appointments

0
Ricky Singh has been named Senior Vice President of E2W Operations, Sudhir Sharma as Senior Vice President of Finance, and Sudipto Shome as Vice...

Important Sectors

“Automotive And Medical Will Adopt More Printed Electronics”

0
The automotive industry is experiencing a revolution. But is this revolution limited to the evolution of powertrains? Salil Musale, MD, Naxona (Astarc Group), chats...

Ather Energy Eyes Expansion Into Motorcycle Market

0
The new motorcycle from Ather is rumoured to be more powerful than its 450 series e-scooters. Recently, officials from Ather revealed that the company is...

Alfa Romeo Unveils Its First Electric Vehicle

0
Italian automaker unveils the Milano urban SUV, the successor to the Giulietta, offering a choice between mild-hybrid petrol or electric power. Alfa Romeo has unveiled...

Zypp Electric Makes Changes In Its Leadership With 4 New Appointments

0
Ricky Singh has been named Senior Vice President of E2W Operations, Sudhir Sharma as Senior Vice President of Finance, and Sudipto Shome as Vice...

Tresa Motors Launches Version 0.2 Of Its Electric Truck

0
The VO.2 is designed to offer a cost-effective and environmentally friendly logistics solution, boasting a powerful Axial Flux Motor, a quick 20-minute charge time,...

Manufacturing

Tesla Starts Making Cars In Germany For India Exports This Year

0
A Tesla team is set to visit India this month to scout locations for a car manufacturing plant, with an estimated investment of around...
Sona Comstar

Sona Comstar Earns Second PLI Certification For Electric Two-Wheeler Hub Motor

0
In 2021, the government launched a five-year output-linked incentive scheme with a budget of Rs 25,938 crore to enhance local production of advanced automotive...

Valeo Launches ADAS Component Plant In Korea

0
The Valeo Daegu plant, now producing parking assistant sensors, is set to be a major Asian hub for autonomous driving sensors, gearing up for...

Indian Oil & Panasonic Energy To Make Li-ion Cells In India

0
The companies have signed a term sheet to establish a framework for a joint venture to manufacture cylindrical lithium-ion cells in India, anticipating growing...

BYD Delays Vietnam EV Factory Plans

0
Vietnam's government announced in May that BYD plans to construct a facility for manufacturing and assembling electric cars in Phu Tho, a northern Vietnamese...