ePower Technology is an R&D company, with a foundation of proprietary patented technology, who develop concepts in corporation with industrial partners having their own production, sales & marketing of their own products. The concepts developed by ePower Technology are based on the patented E-core Transverse Flux Machine (ETFM) technology platform. The ETFM technology platform can be used in a range of fitness, automotive and industrial applications.
Read more at www.epower-technology.com
Eltronic is a software and hardware developing organisation working with the structured approach of creating flow diagrams and machinery controllers. The company was founded in 2000 and holds 160 employees specialised in controller development. Eltronic is also responsible for the controller development in CIPED.
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Aalborg University is the Danish university with the strongest competences within power electronics and electrical machines due to collaboration with renewable energy industries, IT development and with a strong focus on electro mobility including fuel cell technologies. The participating department in the CIPED project is the Department of Energy Technology, where they will work on adaptive suspension and motor development.
Read more at www.et.aau.dk
Insero has extensive insights about the global e-mobility market and offers both strategic and hands-on consultancy concerning electric vehicles. Further, the company participates in a variety of e-mobility projects and is the driver behind the Danish e-mobility business cluster. Insero will manage the CIPED project and handle the business analyses.
Read more at www.insero.com