Lowell, MA | December 5, 2019 – ePropelled, the leader in magnetic engineering technology for electro-magnetic motors, today announced the appointment of David Hudson to the company’s Technical Advisory Board
“We are pleased to welcome David to the Technical Advisory Board,” said CEO Nick Grewal. “David’s extensive automotive experience and unique perspective will enable our company to grow its presence in the electric vehicle industry. David has already contributed to our growth, for which we thank him, and we look forward to continue working closely with him in the future.”
Hudson is an experienced leader in the automotive industry with a broad range of experience in engineering and professional services over a 40-year career. He spent over 15 years at Jaguar Cars before moving into a career in automotive consultancy including assignments with leading powertrain companies in Europe, Asia, and North America. For the past decade he has worked with India’s Tata Motors, to add to their technical strength and to support their electrification strategic plan. Through these roles, he has developed an extensive knowledge and experience of vehicle and powertrain engineering (including low-carbon technologies) from OEM and external perspective. He has also championed process improvement initiatives and strategic technology planning events.
In accepting his role with us, Hudson explains, “I am excited to be supporting such a great company with pioneering technology that will lead the automotive electric propulsion market. The future of electric cars requires higher efficiency and the elimination of complex transmissions; something they are positioned to do with their ePropelled Magnetic Gearing ™ technology.”
ePropelled and David Hudson look forward to collaborating on the further development of their electro-magnetic motors for wide implementation across a range of global automotive market sectors.
ePropelled is the leader in magnetic engineering innovations that dramatically improve electric motor and generator efficiency for propulsion applications in aviation, aerospace and electric vehicles as well as industrial uses. Our combination of motor design with software control produces a much more efficient method of electric propulsion at various torque and speed levels. Originally formed as Electronica, the company has already won several grant awards from the Welsh Government, Technology Strategy Board and the Carbon Trust for innovative designs.
For more information, please visit www.epropelled.com.
Andrea DiTonno, Corporate Marcom Manager