The Path Towards More And More Energy Independent Fully Electric Vehicles: Examples Of Safe-Secure-Efficient Road, Air And Water Vehicles (Energy Independent Electric Vehicles 2017)

Dr Pietro Perlo, President
Interactive Fully Electrical Vehicles IFEVS


Energy Independent Electric Vehicles 2017 Presentation - Interactive Fully Electrical Vehicles IFEVS*

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The presentation addresses the developments of fully electric vehicles characterized by their efficiency, ability to recovery kinetic energy and harvest renewable energy. Developed examples of novel bikes and road vehicles will be shown. New concepts will also be presented for other modalities of transport. Their manufacturing is planned in the I-FEVS energy independent microfactories studied to be easily replicated by all those regions and operators willing to manufacture their own state of-the-art vehicles without the usual constraints.

講演者の経歴 (Pietro Perlo)

Pietro Perlo (I-FEVS): General Physics at the University of Torino in 1980 where he continued his activities for over 15 years as contract professor. As senior director at Centro Ricerche Fiat he has originated quite a number of EU projects on advanced systems development and integration for efficient electrical mobility. He his author of over 150 technical and scientific publications and holder of several patents that have led to large-scale productions. In 2011 he founded "Interactive Fully Electrical Vehicles" I-FEVS. He is a member of the European Commission H2020 Advisory Board on "Smart, Green and Integrated Transport" and Contract Professor at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
In the last decade Pietro started quite a number of projects on advanced systems development and integration for efficient road, water and air electrical mobility.
In 2011 he founded his company "Interactive Fully Electrical Vehicles" IFEVS.
Pietro is the vice president of the cluster Torino e-district including SMEs and large companies of the Torino areas committed to the development of enabling technologies for novel forms of electro-mobility and advanced robotics.