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Carter, Jeremy

Fallbrook Technologies Inc.

Born 1976, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

Staff Editor: Please tell us something about your career and profession.
Jeremy Carter: I have a background in turbomachinery and automotive drivetrain development. I worked for 4 years at Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas and currently manage the Applied Technology Section at Fallbrook Technologies in Austin, Texas.
We are developing a continuously variable transmission for use in all mobile applications. Our initial markets include two wheeled bicycles and LEV systems and have
internal development in several other fi elds.

SE: When and how did you get involved in LEVs?
JC: I have been working in LEVs for only about 2 years. In my work at Fallbrook Technologies we have explored how a continuously variable transmission can be used to increase acceleration, hill climb capability, top speed and overall range. We’ve done a couple of prototype designs for different applications and recently have worked to optimize a control system to maximize the use of a CVT in LEVs. Its been exciting.

SE: What is your personal motivation to work in LEVs?
JC: I am interested in fi nding way to enable LEVs to used as economic commuter vehicles for the everyday consumer.

Contact information:

Jeremy Carter
3600 W Whitestone Blvd
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
United States of America

Languages: English

August 16, 2007



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