In a joint research project, the EDAG Group and Hexagon Purus (a specialist in composite high-pressure tanks) are investigating hybrid storage systems that combine the advantages of both hybrid and battery drive alternatives. The project, scheduled to run for 18 months, will develop a flexible storage system, designed to be installed in a vehicle floor,… Read more »
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Munich-based startup Magment has partnered with EDAG, a development partner for automotive products and production, to develop wireless charging solutions for Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS). Magment is focused on developing and manufacturing wireless chargers using magnetized concrete. In the partnership, EDAG will focus on developing wireless charging products that use Magment’s magnetic materials for… Read more »