Exro announces tech updates geared for electrification
by CM Staff
The company says its laid out a systematic go-to-market strategy by collaborating with other players in the e-mobility and energy storage markets.
CALGARY — Exro Technologies Inc. has developed a new class of power electronics for electric motors and batteries.
Exro says this technology is positioned to engage in the electrification of transportation regardless of propulsion technology market direction. The company says its laid out a systematic go-to-market strategy by collaborating with other players in the e-mobility and energy storage markets.
Exro shared information about its Coil Driver™ technology and its ability to function as an AC fast charger.
The technology can deliver up to level four fast-charging and vehicle-to-anything (V2X) capabilities.
Exro shared additional information about its Energy Storage System, which is powered by its patented Battery Control System™. The BCS technology expands the capabilities of batteries in their first and second life by enabling a greater depth of control on the cells.
The technology reportedly optimizes battery packs for health and performance at the cellular level, extending battery life and permitting stationary energy storage systems to operate more safely, with less down time.
The company says its patent portfolio continues to grow and now includes 40 patents that have been published or are pending. This includes 25 issued and 15 patent applications, with wholly owned intellectual property in 13 patent families. Exro’s global patent portfolio includes coverage in countries like the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, France, Hong Kong, and Japan.