31st January, 2020
In cooperation with Waldorf school Ljubljana, we developed a complete electric snowmobile drive – ‘Eltrak’. The initial idea was to use two G2.4 motors and a VCU for proper control of electric motors, to operate and test one sled.
28th January, 2020
Consumers’ electric vehicle (EV) preferences are shifting. The share of global consumers that would consider purchasing an electric vehicle is on the rise. In the United States, between 10 and 30 percent of consumers indicated their preference to consider an electric vehiscle as their next purchase on national surveys.1 In Europe, the reported share of consumers considering EV purchase was higher, at 40 to 60 percent,2 and in China, it was over 70 percent, given the presence of strong government incentives to adopt these vehicles.
17th January, 2020
We are gaining new projects every day and so the company decided we need to expand our development team. Keeping our customers satisfied is our top priority and having more experts in different fields of operation means we can offer our clients better support every day.
10th January, 2020
GEM in-wheel motors of type G2.X and G1.X are designed as a direct drive motors and are typically mounted directly to a wheel of a vehicle. Motors of type G1.X are designed to be used with nominal 10’’ and motors of type G2.X are designed to be used with nominal 13’’ motorcycle or car tyres. Of course, other bigger tyre sizes can be used with both motor types, but speed and performance of the e-vehicle might be different from nominal performance. You are welcome to contact our experts and consultancy team if using tyre size other than nominal.
10th January, 2020
We entered a second week of a new year 2020 rested, full of energy, new ideas and plans. But before the year 2019 ended, our GEM motors team gathered and spent some relaxing after-hours together, bowling. Although we were four team groups, we played as one big happy family. We cheered when someone hit “strike” and encouraged co-workers that played the game for the first time.
9th January, 2020
What could 2020 have in store for Electric Vehicles?
2019 was the year electric cars grew up
- Electric cars had their biggest year ever in 2019. The numbers were huge and sources like CNBC and International Energy Agency believe that “the number of electric vehicles on the road around the world will hit 125 million by 2030”.
23rd December, 2019
Light electric vehicles (LEVs) are the most potential solutions for the rising emission-free megacities. Increased urbanization, traffic congestions, poor air quality and lack of mobility options call for affordable and clean transportation alternatives. The new drive technologies applied to and the new materials built into today's LEVs enable greater power efficiency, smaller size, lighter weight and lower cost solutions.