26 May 2023
Bluebird serves businesses with various computer mobile infrastructure solutions for their enterprise internet of things (IoT) needs, and has a global customer base of over 3,000 companies from 120 countries. This particular profile will center on Bluebird's line of RFID readers. IDTechEx spoke with Hellen Yi, General Manager, GB Headquarters Planning and Marketing Group from Bluebird to discuss its RFID reader business.
12 Aug 2014
Project reduces EV battery weight by 41%
UK-based Cenex is part of a consortium which has just completed a two-year project to reduce both the weight and cost of EV batteries, succeeding by shaving 99 pounds, or about 41% of the weight off a standard EV battery.
22 Aug 2011
University team spurs on land speed record attempt
An attempt to beat a UK land speed record this weekend is being fuelled by the expertise of electrical engineers at the University of Bristol.
2 Jun 2011
Off-road electric vehicles see rapid change
The highly successful manufacturer of conventional off-road vehicles, $2 billion Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) has recently launched a pure electric Neighbourhood Electric Vehicle NEV. Now it has added the leader in that sector encompassing closed communities rather than open highways. Global Electric Motorcars LLC (GEM), a wholly owned Fargo, N.D. based subsidiary of Chrysler Group LLC. GEM is a leader within the low-speed vehicle market, with approximately $30 million in sales during the 2010 calendar year. Since the company was established in 1998, it has placed more than 45,000 electric-powered NEVs on the road worldwide.
28 Apr 2011
Electric Vehicles - But Not As We Know Them
Today's electric family cars are useless in telling us anything about the future. The design and adoption of electric vehicles is subject to sudden change driven by surprising factors. The unique event "Electric Vehicles - Land Sea Air" in Stuttgart, Germany is alone in looking at the big picture in order to clarify what is really going on.
19 Apr 2011
New GS Yuasa traction battery orders
GS Yuasa Corp has just announced that it has reached a broad agreement to supply lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles now under joint development by PSA Peugeot Citroen and Mitsubishi Motors Corp.
1 Apr 2011
PARC Battery Electrode Breakthrough
Palo Alto Research Center PARC, developed laser printing, object-oriented programming, and personal workstations with graphical user interfaces. Now it is building a cleantech portfolio.
1 Apr 2011
Land Rover's 4WD hybrid prototype
The recent Geneva Motor Show provided the platform for numerous manufacturers to exhibit their new environmentally friendly vehicles as such ranges become common-place in the lines of commercial car companies. One of these corporations was Land Rover who showcased their hybrid prototype from Range-e.
1 Apr 2011
Energy harvesting for electric vehicles
Over twenty million electric vehicles produced in 2010 will employ on-board energy harvesting to help charge the traction batteries. That includes both hybrid and pure electric vehicles.
31 Mar 2011
Subsidy powers growth in Indian two wheel sales
Mr Sohinder Gill, director, Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles in India has recently declared that, powered by an incentive package for electric vehicles announced by the Ministry of New and Renewable energy in November 2010, average monthly sales of electric two-wheelers in India has risen 20%.
25 Mar 2011
Balqon Receives $15.9 Million Order from China
Balqon Corporatin reports receiving an order for 300 electric drive systems.
23 Mar 2011
Ford to surpass Honda?
Ford may be about to overtake Honda to become number two on-road electric vehicle manufacturer in the world by numbers produced. It has recently has re-opened its Michigan Assembly Plant that has been re-vamped for the production of the new electric version of its Ford Focus model.
22 Mar 2011
ABSL Power Solutions acquired by EnerSys
As lithium batteries become increasingly dominant in the market, EnerSys has recently announced the acquisition of ABSL from CIP Industries L.P. Inc in a bid to seek continuing growth in power supply sector.
22 Mar 2011
Siemens cuts the charging time for electric cars by 50%
Siemens is launching a charging point Charge CP700A on the European market which can charge electric cars with a normal battery capacity within an hour.
21 Mar 2011
Joint venture between BYD and Daimler receives business license
The electric vehicle developed by the joint venture will capitalize on BYD's excellence in battery technology and e-drive systems as well as Daimler's know-how in electric vehicle architecture and safety.
15 Mar 2011
Catching up with Vision Motor Cars
Two years ago, VMC founders introduced their all electric pickup truck called the Everest. Once poised to begin production the Spring of 2010 from their Williamsburg, Kentucky plant utilizing what everyone thought was going to be strong government support for electric vehicles, VMC had to make a change in plans.
14 Mar 2011
Solar plane contract for Newcastle University
The Newcastle team has secured a major contract with the UK's QinetiQ to help create the US-based Boeing 'SolarEagle'.
11 Mar 2011
Hitachi receives order for B-CHOP for Seoul metro line 9 in Korea
Hitachi receives order for "B-CHOP" energy storage for traction power supply system for Seoul metro line 9 in Korea