The aerospace market is reaching new heights, with drones used daily in various industries and sectors, from agriculture, through entertainment, to the military. New uses are emerging from last-mile drone delivery to moving cargo between cities and warehouses. And with transportation challenges in busy cities pushing for new ideas and technologies, affordable air taxis are going to become reality soon as passenger-size eVTOLs take flight.
But what does this mean for the industry?
Advancements in battery energy density, materials science, programming, and simulations have created an exciting new market and growth opportunities for those who understand that the future of aerospace is now.
But for the industry to keep growing, even more profound changes in (battery and engine) technologies are necessary. Product manufacturers and users want longer and more efficient flight times, which require lighter components.
Commercial and government markets, manufacturers, and engine builders are all faced with several challenges and needs:
With these multiple challenges being interconnected, many of the solutions in one area need to contribute to improvements in others. That’s where ePropelled can help with our complete power and propulsion systems for demanding commercial-scale applications.
ePropelled is here to provide you with solutions to your energy and system-level efficiency needs. We combine our patent portfolio, knowledge of magnetics and material science, and design expertise to offer electric power, propulsion, and hybrid systems that deliver:
Our systems provide electrical power from 500 W to 12 kW and electric propulsion with peak power of up to 20 kW, making them ideally suited for commercial-class applications. What’s more, ePropelled electrical machines are matched with our power electronics.
ePropelled has the broadest line of solutions that offer you:
All of ePropelled air products are engineered and manufactured in the USA.
One of our key innovations is hybrid-ready electric power system, enabling a mode of operation that combines an internal combustion engine with electric propulsion and onboard power generation. Power requirements for takeoff and steady flight are very different, which means that you can end up with an engine that is not as fuel-efficient as possible, adds weight, reduces flight time, and adds cost to the overall design.
ePropelled is the first vendor to enable the power system to work in hybrid mode by marrying:
Our starter generator can be changed from power-generation mode to power-assist mode, enabling it to draw power from the battery and use it for propulsion, thereby supplementing the engine.
Contact us to learn more about our products and technology.