State of the global pedelec market and technology - where does it go? Key technologies for LEVs which will drive the next 10 years of innovation - part 4.
On 26th November 2019, Hannes Neupert, Chairman ExtraEnergy e.V./Executive Director EnergyBus e.V., talked online at the "Ebike Future Conference".
Topic: State of the global pedelec market and technology - where does it go?
• Self introduction
• Market of pedelecs today
• Market drivers in the past*
• Market drivers today*
• Key technologies for Light Electric Vehicles (LEVs) which will drive the next 10 years of innovation!
• Disruptors? Who will become the "Elon of the Pedelecs"?
Watch part 2 of "Key technologies for Light Electric Vehicles (LEVs) which will drive the next 10 years of innovation!":
>> Key technologies for LEVs - part 4 (vimeo)
Standard Charging and Service Interface
„Another important thing is the standard charging and service interface, so that you can lock your bike to a device like this pole here which means that you can park your electric bicycle much more safe.
Not because of people can not steal it. Everyone can rip this off. Or you can take your Swiss knife and just cut it.
But then, when you have a non authorized disconnect, all your electrical components in your electric bicycle, scooter or whatever will disable themself and will be just electronic waste.
Useless, not possible to make them to money for the thieve or making it very difficult.
So, this means that you can not get rid of it.
This is not very new and actually started with the EU Mandate 468 in 2010.
Still, the publication is delayed by some Japanese stakeholders who would love to have no standard or to delay this process."
Ebike Future Conference
The full video of Hannes Neupert`s speach and all other conference videos are now available at the conference website:
>> Ebike Future Conference
*only available at www.ebikefuturecon.com
>> Key Technologies for LEVs - Part 3
>> Key Technologies for LEVs - Part 5
Video recording and lecturing: Hannes Neupert
Video editing and online publication: Angela Budde
Picture: Video screenshot
2nd February 2020