The presentation will be held in Detroit at the Car Training Institute’s USA Symposium, a key summit looking at advances in automotive transmission, hybrid and electric drive technologies.
Exro’s Chief Technology Officer Ari Berger will highlight the company’s white paper on the coil switching inverter, which outlines how Exro’s intel uses advanced control algorithms and new power electronics design to expand the operating parameters of electric motors.
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Exro CEO Suze Ozdemir said the company was “honored” to be invited to present to some of the world’s leaders in the automotive field.
"We believe Exro's technology will be an important part of building the future of the automotive sector and electric vehicles, dramatically improving the operating parameters and system efficiency of electric powertrains,” Ozdemir told shareholders in a statement.
"By providing an expanded operating capability to electric powertrains, Exro will offer a clear competitive edge to those who use it, and it is another important move to ensure we make the best use of our world's energy resources and limit our carbon footprint," Exro’s Berger said.
The company is now commercializing its electric motor technology for the automotive, energy, agricultural and recreational sectors.
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