Electrifying Heavy-Duty with an Intelligent Traction Drive System Solution

Presented by:

  • Josh Sobil, Chief Commercial Officer, Exro Technologies

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Oct 21, 2021, 11:45 am EDT

Transporting people or goods with heavy-duty vehicles accounts for 34% of US greenhouse gas emissions and about 70% of all US oil use. Electrification is key in the race to net-zero, but heavy-duty in particular faces technology obstacles.

In heavy-duty vehicles, weight is a top consideration. To date, to meet heavy-duty’s long-range needs, a heavier battery is needed, which requires greater energy and power output. Powertrain efficiencies, battery optimization, and creative charging solutions are essential in the transition from diesel to electric, and heavy-duty is ripe for disruptive, clean energy solutions that optimize performance and lower costs.

In this session, we'll explore how an intelligent traction drive system integrates with standard direct-drive and axle powertrains and how intelligent coil switching optimizes the powertrain, enhances torque, improves performance, while reducing costs in heavy-duty electric vehicles. Plus, learn how next-generation technology can reduce the number of power electronics required, lowering overall vehicle cost and increasing efficiencies in weight and space in the vehicle.

See our intelligent electrification for commercial vehicles video for more details: https://youtu.be/uSGSzPemkMg

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