KURT E-Vehicle For Enabling Urban Mobility: Versatile, Scalable And Cost-Efficient (Electric Vehicles: Everything is Changing. Europe 2016)

Mr Eric Verhulst, CEO/CTO
Altreonic
Belgium
 

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Sustainable electric mobility for people and goods is part of a larger eco-system in which environment friendly energy production and storage play a crucial role, still evolving towards maturity and economic sustainability for open road usage. However, the technology is ready to be used in urban environments whereby the constraints are easier to satisfy and the demand for clean and less obnoxious transport is much higher.
For over 3 years Altreonic NV has been pursuing the development and now the market deployment of its light-weight KURT™ electric vehicle system (L category). Its disruptive and uniquely modular architecture (patent pending) was specifically designed for urban environments, out-doors as well as in-doors. After successful development, validation and testing it meets the expected performance. A feasibility study has confirmed the market acceptance.
Altreonic aims at launching the KURT vehicles first in market segments of moving people and goods, whereby its versatility allows reusing the self-propelled vehicle platform across different user needs, thereby making electric driving cost-efficient and practical.

Company Profile (Altreonic)

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Altreonic has developed the innovative KURT e-vehicle concept for urban mobility, indoors as well as outdoors. Using a disruptive architecture its modularity and scalability allows addressing a wide range of use case scenarios for people transport as well as for moving goods.
The vehicle can easily be customised for specific applications at an affordable cost. Being electric and using drive and steer by wire, it is highly maneuverable and compact. It can be remotely monitored and steered. Several vehicles can be connected with individual vehicles being reconfigured during use for different purposes.
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