Improving Safety, Efficiency, Performance, and Reliability
Effective Autonomous Technology for Electric, Diesel, Petrol & Hydrogen Vehicles
EVIE’s autonomous technology has been installed and proven on a wide range of diverse fuel sources and drivetrains. There are two main types of drivetrains: front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive. Front-wheel drive vehicles have the engine and transmission located in the front of the vehicle, and the power is transmitted to the front wheels. Rear-wheel drive vehicles have the engine and transmission located in the rear of the vehicle, and the power is transmitted to the rear wheels.
There are also all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive vehicles. All-wheel drive vehicles can send power to all four wheels, while four-wheel drive vehicles are designed for off-road use.
The type of drivetrain that is best for you will depend on your needs and driving habits. If you live in an area with heavy snow or ice, an all-wheel drive or four-wheel drive vehicle may be a good option. If you mostly drive in urban areas, a front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive vehicle may be sufficient.
A well-maintained drivetrain can help to improve fuel economy by reducing friction and wear. Drivetrain can also help to improve a vehicle’s performance by providing more power and torque to the wheels.
Drivetrain can help to improve a vehicle’s safety by reducing the risk of accidents and help to improve the safety of autonomous vehicles by reducing the risk of accidents. For example, a drivetrain that can automatically adjust the speed of the vehicle to match the speed of traffic can help to prevent rear-end collisions.
A drivetrain that is designed for efficiency can help to reduce the amount of fuel that is used by autonomous vehicles. This can save money and reduce emissions and also help to improve the speed and agility of autonomous vehicles. This can make them more responsive to commands and can help them to avoid obstacles more easily.
Drivetrain can help to improve the reliability of autonomous vehicles. This can reduce the number of breakdowns and keep vehicles on the road for longer periods of time.
EVIE AI Radar Vision
Evie’s AI-enhanced radar vision allows vehicles to perceive their environment using radio waves. This can be beneficial in challenging weather conditions such as rain, snow, or fog, where visual-based sensors like cameras or LiDAR may be limited. AI-enhanced radar sensors have longer-range capabilities compared to other visual sensors allowing autonomous vehicles to detect objects or obstacles from a greater distance. This can be particularly useful for high-speed driving scenarios or when navigating through complex environments. AI-enhanced radar vision can complement other sensors, such as cameras and radar, to provide a multi-modal perception system for autonomous vehicles.
Electric Modular Platform
A modular scalable autonomous chassis for both the movement of people and cargo.
The vehicle dynamics, suspension, and chassis are all designed to provide not only comfort, but world-leading stability, and vehicle control & reliability. When integrated with our proven reliable Level 4 autonomy stack, it provides safe and effective operations with fleet management.
The Evie 2.0 pods come with an updated propulsion system using Evie’s motor control, battery management, power delivery systems with precise control and up to four-wheel steering.
How Drivetrain Can Improve Vehicle Performance
A drivetrain can provide many benefits for autonomous vehicles. By improving safety, efficiency, performance, and reliability, a drivetrain can help to make autonomous vehicles a more viable and attractive option for transportation.
Electric drivetrains are becoming increasingly popular for autonomous vehicles. This is because they are more efficient than traditional gasoline-powered drivetrains and they produce zero emissions.
All-Wheel Drive Drivetrains
All-wheel drive drivetrains can provide better traction and handling for autonomous vehicles, especially in wet or slippery conditions.
Reactive drivetrains can automatically adjust the speed and power of the vehicle in response to changes in the environment. This can help to improve the safety and efficiency of autonomous vehicles.