DGI showcases comprehensive EV solutions at CENEX-LCV 2023

At CENEX-LCV 2023, the UK’s premier exhibition and conference devoted to low-carbon vehicle and fuel cell technologies, DGI is showing a comprehensive package of products and solutions for designers, manufacturers and operators of electric vehicles.

Among the highlights is the state-of-the-art E-Axle for buses and other heavy vehicles, which has been developed in collaboration with BRIST Axle Systems S.r.l. This is a complete assembly with a fully integrated Pareta® motor and drive. It is a plug-and-play solution for axles up to 13 tonnes rating and is suitable for both retrofit and new build applications. A key benefit is that the integrated design frees up more space for batteries, allowing vehicles to achieve greater range.

Also on show for the first time is the Pareta® Fleet monitoring and tracking system, which provides powerful cloud-based tools for EV fleet management. The system continually shows the location of all vehicles in the fleet on a map-based display, and, simply by tapping the relevant vehicle icon, the user can instantly call up performance data and energy level. Data is also stored for later analysis to allow comparisons between vehicles and between drivers.

DG Innovate plc (LON:DGI) is an advanced research and development company pioneering sustainable and environmentally considerate improvements to electric mobility and storage, using abundant materials and the best engineering and scientific practices. Deregallera is a subsidiary of DG Innovate.

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