If you’re shaping the conversation around eMobility trends and the future of drivetrain and powertrain technology, you’ll be in Berlin at this year’s CTI Symposium, November 30 to December 1.
We invite you to stop by booth D10, where the Amsted Automotive Group companies of Burgess-Norton, Means Industries, and SMW Manufacturing will showcase our dynamic, electromechanical E-axle disconnect solutions. An exciting clutch-system technology that conserves energy and extends vehicle range by 10%.
You’ll learn how top OEMs and hard-charging startups are using our Dynamic Controllable Clutch and Electromechanical E-Axle Disconnect to create cleaner, more efficient vehicles as well as:
- Reduce battery mass
- Increase battery range
- Transfer over 6,000 lb-ft of ultimate torque
- And improve energy efficiency by 5-10%—reducing drag as much as possible by isolating the drivetrain from internal carrier and axles
Our disconnect technology is unique in that it allows for seamless transitions from coasting to power with a near-instantaneous state change.
We look forward to sharing our Electrified and Torque Management System Solutions with you -- along with our first to market electric vehicle technology demonstrators at CTI.
See you in Berlin!