Increasingly, the attention of mobility and infrastructure developers is focusing on new forms of energy and drive systems. To meet this need, EDAG has bundled its competencies in its new Energy Systems and Drivetrain division, setting another milestone for the mobility of the future.
Vehicle and drivetrain development today is always seen in the context of maximizing the sustainability of the generation of energy, its storage and availability. An efficient infrastructure and distribution structure and the supply of all essential energy consumers determine all areas of life and work, so at the same time also set the parameters for eMobility, green hydrogen applications, battery systems, fuel cell systems and sustainability.
The solutions we have already realized using EDAG's various areas of expertise confirm that the next step we are taking with our new Energy Systems and Drivetrain division is the right one. We have already achieved a great deal with our customers, but together, we can achieve far more. This is what our competencies stand for:
Find our more about how EDAG is positioning itself for the future of mobility. Insights and perspectives of Roberto Diesel, Vice President Energy Systems and Drivetrain:
EDAG assists its partners with the development and integration of powertrains. In all mobility sectors, e.g. automotive, commercial vehicles, ships, aeromotive and railways. To this end, the Energy Systems and Drivetrain division follows EDAG's typical 360° approach to vehicle development and production solutions.
In the past, energy management in vehicles was mostly about dealing with power consumers as efficiently as possible. Today's electric cars are radically changing that.
The battery cell is the smallest component in an electric vehicle's storage battery, and of the utmost importance in ensuring that all of the energy storage system's vital functions work. One example of a modular, scalable and safe solution from interdisciplinary development is SCALEbat, the innovative battery housing for traction batteries in electric vehicles.