Tag: Saietta

Apr 3, 2023 - 03:00 pm

Saietta announces major order from the USA

The British electric drive specialist Saietta is selling 3,000 of its electric drive systems to Ayro, a US manufacturer of so-called ‘low-speed electric vehicles’. The electric drive systems will be used in the new Ayro Vanish model, which will go into production later this year.

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Mar 8, 2022 - 02:41 pm

Saietta Group developing diesel-EV conversion kit

The UK-based e-mobility propulsion specialist Saietta Group is intensifying its efforts for an overhaul operation to convert “existing high-polluting diesel-engine-powered buses and coaches into zero-emission vehicles”.

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Nov 15, 2021 - 02:40 pm

Evergrande Auto sells another subsidiary

UK-based electric powertrain specialist Saietta has acquired e-Traction Europe from Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group. e-Traction is a Dutch supplier of electric powertrains for trucks and buses and power electronics.

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Sep 28, 2021 - 03:32 pm

Saietta announces as sole motor supplier for EAV

Saietta is now the exclusive supplier of in-wheel traction motors to Electric Assisted Vehicles (EAV). The Saietta and EAV collaboration aims to accelerate the widespread adoption of e-mobility solutions within urban areas and congested town centres.

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Jun 1, 2021 - 02:10 pm

Saeitta Group unveils in-wheel platform

Saietta Group, an engineering company based in Oxfordshire, England, has unveiled a smart mobility platform to demonstrate the feasibility of in-wheel motors for inner-city electric vehicles.

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Nov 17, 2016 - 08:49 am

Self-stowing wheelchair.

Ford called on engineers to participate in the “Mobility Challenge,” Robin Celis, David Longin and Gunther Cuypers delivered. Their electric wheelchair gets the user to the driver’s seat and then goes and stows itself in the boot. It of course also leaves the boot on its own and picks up the driver upon arrival at his or her destination.
youtube.com (video)

Jun 4, 2015 - 09:04 am

Osaka Sangyo University, Skeleton Technologies, Cadillac, Saietta.

OSU-Model-SNew solar racer: The OSU-Model-S, from Osaka Sangyo University (OSU) sports Interdigitated Back Contact (IBC) silicon solar cells on its roof, allegedly making it the most efficient solar-powered car out there, reaching 24.4 percent. The car will compete in the upcoming 2015 IFA Suzuka Solar Car Race.

Ramping up production: Skeleton Technologies, a European manufacturer of high-performance supercapacitors, has raised 10.7 million dollars from a consortium and plans to use the money to increase production of their graphene-based supercapacitors. The company is trying to meet increasing demand for the technology used by i.e. hybrid truck manufacturers and energy storage companies.
graphene-info.com, greencarcongress.com

More powerful ELR: Cadillac improved the power output of its 2016 ELR by about 25 percent without replacing or re-engineering its electric motors. The carmaker has changed components in the power electronics to enable more current flow into the motor.
autoblog.com, transportevolved.com

Saietta reveals e-motorcycle: British Saiette Group has published a first image of its upcoming electric motorbike, code-named NGS (Next Generation Saietta). Known to specialise in electric drivetrains, road and race motorcycles, Saietta says this will only be the first in a family of electric motorbikes.

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