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Plug-in Electric System to Cut Emissions on Transportation


System innovation demos

The need to implement a significant number of demonstrations in different vehicle models relates to the importance of testing multiple operating regimes, different mechanical stresses, different energy requirements and different climatic conditions. This rigor applied in these pilots will result in a uniform solution that can be installed on any HDV, being able to handle with all the requirements imposed. AddVolt’s power pack will, therefore, be tested in several vehicles of different brands and models, in order to make the solution homogeneous and ready to be integrated by the distributors in all existing vehicles available in the market. Mainly, its adaptation for North EU countries and US Market.


In order to validade the business and go to market models we will get some paid pilots and test the convertion into clients.It will procure both the interest of final customers and, more importantly, that of OEMs and Body Builders.

Organization report

Knowledge Management KM and IPR protection activities will take place to facilitate the market introduction of the proposed innovative project KM tasks will include a Market and Technology watch IPR protection as well as leading an innovation culture among all departments

Production Plan

Planning the process to produce the AddVolts power pack and to improve the assembly process in order scale the production and reduce its costs It was decided to improve the assembly line for several reasons among which Quality assurance ISO 9001 established in the company Inspection selection and audits to external suppliers in order to control the lead times costs and quality of deliveries This way it will be possible to outsource noncore components and parts Automatization of assembly process Digitalization of assembly process in order to keep the product rastreability and quality control Increase the suppliers portofolio in order to keep its redundancy

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