Showing posts with label Electric Motor Market. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Electric Motor Market. Show all posts

Friday, 17 June 2016

Google to Enter into One-Of-Its-Kind Collaboration with Fiat Chrysler to Build 100 Driverless Cars

Google’s most-sought after search for finding an automaker partner to expand its existing self-driving test program has finally ended. The technology giant’s self-driving technology will be integrated into Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans; the new self-driving cars will not be any car but minivan. Google announced this week that it has inked a deal with the Italian-American car maker Fiat Chrysler to build as many as 100 driverless Pacifica minivans. We will be seeing first ones to hit the road as early as this year end. 

The Google Self-Driving Car Project and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) recently announced that they intend to integrate Google's self-driving technology into all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans; the collaboration is considered as first-of-its-kind, since it is the first time Google has worked in direct association with an automobile maker to integrate its self-driving technology—including sensors and software—into the making of a passenger vehicle. Speculations over the concluded deal has already surfaced last month.

Thursday, 5 May 2016

GeoOrbital Wheel adds an electric motor to your bike in 60 seconds


I enjoy riding my bike around town. I don't do it often enough, but when I do, it's nice to be able to travel around, get some breeze in my face, and just enjoy being outside. Of course, sometimes I just want to enjoy that without all of the hard work of pedaling up a big hill. There are two ways around that: I can either plan my route to avoid any hills, or I can get a little assistance.

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Growing Applications Encourages Innovation in The Electric Motor Market

A company trying to re-engineer its old design or discover a new product focuses mainly on the electric motors. Electric motors by Telsa are the finest example of innovation and are playing a major role in lowering the motor temperature. Furthermore, company’s major focus on manufacturing electric vehicles has further equipped the makers to design cars right from a clean sheet of paper. In addition, the company has also created a robust engineering learning curve. Major brands are also experimenting by shrinking the electric motors yet maintaining the quality. In a recent incident DeltaWing and DHX made news by introducing light and small motors, that can reduce the weight and volume needs can enhance the efficiency of the car. This further results in greater range.