e-Kinesis is introduced as a new player in the emerging market of electric vehicles. Established in 2017, by a cohesive team of qualified engineers, as well as experienced financial and business consultants, e-Kinesis has been focused on developing innovative technology for electric vehicles, aiming at contributing to the advancement of eV technology.
Our engineering team, has earlier experience in the automotive industry, having been involved in powertrain systems design of conventional and electrified vehicles. Based on know-how from the auto-industry and promoted by our team’s creativity, e-Kinesis engineered in-house the battery electric powertrain system Electra, which is currently e-Kinesis technological milestone. Electra is a unique engineering concept to be used for propelling newly manufactured vehicles, or for electrifying conventional vehicles via retrofit. Its design has been supported by computer aided design methods and word-class automotive suppliers.
Besides hardware development, our team has focused on creating engineering tools to support design, performance analysis and optimization of electric vehicles. Thanks to our expertise in computational engineering, e-Kinesis presented in 2018 the electric vehicle simulator Archimedes, a powerful engineering tool, which has been implemented in-house, according to respective software standards used in the automotive industry.
Since 2020, e-Kinesis has further expanded its expertise beyond electric vehicle technology, focusing on eV charging planning and routing. This has been possible through in-house development of innovative technical services, incorporating among others the simulator Archimedes, as well as via establishing strategic collaborations with eV chargers suppliers, engineering companies and technology organizations.
e-Kinesis is pleased to announce the publication of a white paper, entitled: “Electric vehicles (EV) and electric vehicle charging User Cases driven approach”, which published by the Electromobility Task Force (EMTF), where e-Kinesis acts as member. The article aims at demonstrating various eV charging cases, through targeted business use cases. In the frame of this publication, e-Kinesis presented solutions offered via our technical service (Optimized electric Vehicle fleet Deployment) OeVD, for optimizing charging and routing of electric vehicle fleets.
e-Kinesis has been accepted as a member of the Electromobility Task Force (EMTF), which has been launched by the organization Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (https://aioti.eu/). EMTF aims at creating a marketplace of IT services, related to electromobility, which is addressed to businesses. e-Kinesis contributes to EMTF through the innovative technical service for optimizing charging planning and routing of electric vehicles OeVD (Optimized electric Vehicle fleet Deployment), as well as through the eV simulation tool Archimedes, both of which have been developed by our company.