How e-mobility will change our world

The new issue of driven is out

It's a silent revolution. However, it can't be stopped: People are increasingly using electrical power for personal transportation and for moving goods. This creates new requirements for drive technology.

  • Fifty years ago, who would have thought that a family could go on a holiday trip in their car without burning a drop of gasoline? Or that even untrained cyclists could tour the mountains? Or that pulling weeds could be a task for robots, not people? These are only three of many examples that show the influence of electric drive systems on our daily lives and our mobility

Fifty years ago, who would have thought that a family could go on a holiday trip in their car without burning a drop of gasoline? Or that even untrained cyclists could tour the mountains? Or that pulling weeds could be a task for robots, not people? These are only three of many examples that show the influence of electric drive systems on our daily lives and our mobility.

The latest issue of driven magazine is all about developments and trends in e-mobility. In addition, readers get an impression of the battery development at maxon and meet a friendly superhero with a disability. For the curious of mind, there is an in-depth technical article about inductance in iron-core DC motors.

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driven, the maxon magazine, appears twice annually in three languages and is full of interesting reports, interviews, and news from the world of drive technology. The current issue is available online or can be ordered in print, free of charge: magazine.maxonmotor.com

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