Innovations in electric vehicles are undoubtedly crucial for the future of the automotive industry. This project aims to open doors towards the concept of green mobility with features that portray the advantages of battery-operated vehicles over traditional fuel-powered ones.

Bielectric technology is for buses and haulage electric systems. This technology will completely be self sufficient in terms of generating electricity for the vehicle.

A conventional electric system with 8 hours drive will be installed in the system.

New World Product Solutions has developed an eWheel End Concept for semi-trailer Tractive Power and Power Generation by placing a motor-alternator/drive unit directly inboard of the brake mechanism of the rigidly suspended wheel ends of each Trailer axle. To accomplish this, an Independent Suspension System is used.

Classic electric vehicles cannot avoid poor efficiency at low speed and torque weakness at high speed, even with a gearbox, due to its main motor speed range from a negative to a positive speed proportionally to the vehicle speed.

To overcome these setbacks,

The Resurrector is a portable EV solar charger that can be directly plugged into the charge port of a Tesla.

By utilizing small solar nodules via miniature antennae-like sensors, a maximum field view can be obtained during sparse sunlight and limited directional positioning.

An intake air filter is a device meant for the removal of dust, dirt, water, and other particles from the air in a vehicle's intake system. Also,

The idea of the new engine concept is to replace the crankshaft by gear racks that move linearly and drive the gear wheels (sprockets) creating torque.

The engine can contain from 1 to 2 or 4 units.

I have invented an electrical air conditioner which is light in weight and features high speed cooling and the lowest maintenance cost at all time. The cooling in this project is produced by thermoelectrical couple.

My idea aims to add greater safety factor to automotive vehicles by addressing the human side of the driving using the below approach:

Detect unruly or impulsive behavior through measurable responses such as constant abnormal acceleration/braking, rapid steering movements, continual over-speeding beyond a set safe speed, etc.

Measures to reduce collisions, injuries, death and the resulting cost to society and environment.

Require vehicle motion data and visual recording systems in all new vehicles to provide information about travel and driver behavior before and during vehicular collisions.

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