MOVEO is a light-weight, foldable electric scooter designed and made in Hungary. Its main features include:
- Foldability – easy to fold, carry and store
- Light weight: 45 kg – without battery: 38 kg
- 45 km/h max. speed, 50 km range
- Organic design, low consumption: 0,3 EUR/100 km
Amber One: light-weight range-extended electric super sports car
- 1150 kg total weight
- 308 HP
- 4 x 75 kW hub-motors, 4 x 1000 Nm
- 205 km/h max speed
- 0-100 km/h: 3,2 sec
- range: 100 km electric, 600 km extended
Filmed at the IDTechEx Electric Vehicles Europe 2016 Show
EV4 is designed by Aero-service in Poland, using low weight components highly durable aeronautical aluminum alloy, constructed like an airplane. The main frame of the vehicle is riveted just like in the case of airplanes to make it more durable and lightweight. The independent suspension uses an adaptive suspension system to adjust to the shape of the terrain at any given moment. Regardless of the surface type, terrain, angle of inclination of roads and travel, the EV4’s wheels uniformly and evenly touch the ground. Thanks to the electric drive as well as gear belts the noise emission is close to zero, which has a positive effect on the driving comfort. The vehicle’s low weight and the use of modern and efficient lithium ion batteries achieve a 100km driving range. Shocks are absorbed by two bicycle shock absorbers with adjustable hardness and damping. Hydraulic disc brakes on 4 wheels allow for very short braking distances, making the EV4 very safe. The EV4’s four wheels result in stability superior to that of single-track vehicles.
Aero-service's official video:
Drive: DC motors 800W/1000W
Driver: DC 1600 W/2100W
Gear: toothed belt
Li-ion battery: 36V 52AH/48V40AH
Brakes: hydraulic discs on 4 wheels
Mechanical tilting system
Cushioning system - 2 bicycle shock absorbers
Weight: 41 kg without battery
53 kg with battery
Speed: max: 40 km / h
Riveted aluminum frame
Welded aluminum wishbones
Phil Poole, Director of Semiconductors at Microdul shows their low power temperature and timing sensors at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin. Working with the Swiss company Algra, Microdul is developing finger-powered piezo wireless push buttons named Algra Dynapic, aiming it as stick-on light switches and other building control applications. Microdul AG develops and produces customised microelectronic components.
Michel Popovic, Chairman of AFELIM discusses printed electronics at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin. Several of the organization’s members show off new developments in printed electronics, including GenesInk, Arkema PiezoTech, Ardeje, In-Core Systemes and others. AFELIM is the French printed electronics association. It represents the companies that do business in printed electronics in France. AFELIM represents every profession in the value chain.
Dr. Peter Harrop, chairman of IDTechEx interviews David Brown, CEO of BroadBit at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin. David talks about BroadBit’s metallic sodium batteries, which provide nearly 2x the Wh/kg of lithium-ion batteries with the same volume density. BroadBit is developing revolutionary new batteries using novel sodium-based chemistries to power the future green economy. Filmed in 4K using the Sony AX53
BroadBit has invented and is commercializing a new type of metallic sodium battery in two families: Hi-Energy batteries with twice the energy per weight and Hi-Power batteries with ten times the power as todays lithium-ion batteries. BroadBits Hi-Power batteries can be fully charged in as little as 5 minutes. BroadBits batteries are made with abundant and cheap raw materials (e.g. table salt) and its manufacturing process is simpler than Li-ion. With these advantages, BroadBit expects its cost per kWh to be a third that of Li-ion when in mass production. Moreover, initial tests of the technology show no detectable degradation in battery performance over 600 cycles. This is because, unlike Li-ion, there are no side reactions, dendrite formation or mechanical stress due to ion intercalation.
These innovations, if BroadBit can turn them into mass production and meet their promises, could make mobile devices lighter, faster charging and longer lasting and will finally enable low-cost, high range and convenient electric vehicles including cars, buses, bikes and even electric air planes and bring about the long awaited post combustion era of transportation. BroadBit is now scaling production of its proprietary electrolytes, anodes and cathodes and is looking for partners worldwide to assemble batteries from its components.
Delta of Denmark provides ASIC turnkey development services and system design with expertise within payment, UHF, NFC, Electronic toll collection (ETC), toll road (GSS), acoustics, optics, certification, reliability testing, EMC testing, electronic testing. Here Delta is showing their Integration of CPU, 32kB memory, 16 AD converter, ISO 14443A and ISO 15693, temperature sensor (accuracy +/-0,5C (abs), +/-1C (relative), Low power clock, Low power stoarage mode (below 0,1µA), passive and active mode possible, sensor IO for digital (SPI) and analogue. Available as QFN and tested die. Filmed at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2016 Berlin in 4K using Sony AX53.
Tom Taylor, Director of New Business at CPI, shows a flexible OLED and flexible Pragmatic processors printed on plastic with a novel moisture barrier for medical devices at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin. Tom also talks about ways to manufacturer medicines, new glucose meter sensors, and how they assist inventors in manufacturing new devices. The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is a UK based technology innovation centre and the process arm of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult. Established to support the UK process manufacturing industry, CPI collaborates with universities, SMEs and large corporates to help overcome innovation challenges and develop next generation products and processes. CPI also shows a Flexible Processor made by PragmaticIC Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53.
Kevin Deloge of Dorey Converting Systems shows a cutting and lamination machine at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin, and discusses customization options manufacturers can add to the machine for their production needs. The machine can be adapted to produce items from RFID tags to labels to medical bandages. Dorey focuses on the development and service for SYSCO's high precision rotary die cutting and laminating systems in Europe. The equipment at the forefront of the latest technologies offer opportunities for sophisticated industries based on laminating adhesive or non-adhesive materials for applications in electronics, automotive, medical, RFID, NFC tags and labels. Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53.
Ben Jastram of 3D Labor shows samples of 3D printing at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin, including a replication of Knut, healthcare educational models and artwork models used in a restoration project with various museums in Berlin. 3D Labor provides expertise and equipment to assist in the production of 3D rapid prototyping and printing.