As UAV mission profiles become more demanding, the need for reliable motors, improved efficiency, and lower costs increases. ePropelled propulsion systems deliver improved energy density and system-level efficiency that ensure longer flight times. In short, we deliver dependable motors that keep you flying higher, longer, smarter.
Our electric propulsion systems family includes propulsion motors, ranging from 500 watts to 20 kW, and matching motor controllers.
The modular components of our power systems family below can be matched to meet your mission requirements and supply from 500 watts to 12 kW electrical power.
Prior to the start of the AUVSI Xponential trade show and conference, and during the event, we will be sponsoring a survey on Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) issues related to commercial UAVs, and we’d love to have your input.
Take the survey to express your opinions and thoughts on these issues, and you’ll be entered into a drawing for one of five $100 Amazon gift cards.
After the close of Xponential, we’ll compile the results of the survey and share them with all of the participants in a whitepaper, which will be emailed to you upon its completion.
Thank you for your participation!
I’d like to invite you to join us at the AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2022 trade show and conference, taking place in Orlando, FL on April 25-28.
XPONENTIAL is the only event where unmanned systems leaders and end users from every industry share use cases, experience new technology, strike up partnerships, and solve real problems.
We’ll be exhibiting in booth #1901 and invite you to visit us and see our line of electric power and propulsion systems, have one-on-one discussions with our team, and scan your badge to enter into our drawing for one of five $100 Amazon gift cards. In addition to the exhibits, the event will also include an immersive conference with keynotes, roundtables, networking events and 100+ educational sessions.
How Propulsion Motors & Motor Controllers Work Together to Improve Efficiency
April 13, 2022 @ 9:00 AM EST
Propulsion motors and controllers need to be designed in conjunction with each other to ensure the best and most efficient performance. Mixing and matching technologies from different manufacturers can negatively affect performance and cost your flying machine a lot of airtime.
To optimize performance, we need to consider:
During our recent webinar, you’ll learn why simply selecting any motor or controller is not good enough. Propulsion systems must work well to provide the best efficiency.