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- Future Propulsion Conference kick-starts a year of events aimed at celebrating Helix’s 25th Anniversary.
- Scalable Core Technology delivers a step-change in product design, performance, weight and efficiency, as well as delivering vastly reduced process times.
- The Future Propulsion Conference, National Motorcycle Museum, England will be held from 1-2 March 2023.
Helix have become the company to look to for electric motor technology innovation and performance. Its motorsport products, developed to break records and win races, form the DNA of a growing number of applications that are reaching diverse markets. As a result, its e-Drive team expects a high level of interest when it showcases its latest core technology leading electric motor and inverter products at this year’s Future Propulsion Conference.
Helix’s Fully Scalable Core Technology fuses the cutting-edge technology required for high performance with the manufacturing processes and facilities necessary to manufacture our products to automotive quality levels for low
volumes and mass production. The electric motors & inverters are suitable for hybrid and electric vehicles in automotive, motorsport, marine, aerospace and off-highway; and on show will be our latest product platforms suitable for advancing electric propulsion powertrains.
Customers can choose from three levels of product support: stock, configured, and customised through which they can access motors in different platform diameters, each being scalable in length.
Simon Mead, Chief Engineer, Helix said:
“The Future Propulsion Conference is an ideal event for Helix to kick-start its 25th year. Vehicles across land, sea and air are electrifying at a rapid pace, and Helix’s Scalable Core Technology supports this transition with a streamlined, proven, high-performance electric powertrain product portfolio. 2023 is about scaling up our manufacturing capability and rolling out our latest technology across all sectors to an international client base.”