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Applied EV

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Founded Year

2015

Stage

Corporate Minority | Alive

Total Raised

$17M

Valuation

$0000 

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About Applied EV

Appiled EV is an Australian vehicle maker. It develops electric mobility solutions. Its product, Blanc Robot is a programmable, autonomous-ready, electric vehicle powered by the Applied EV Digital Backbone. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Hawthorn, Victoria.

Headquarters Location

Hawthorn, Victoria, 3122,

Australia

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Latest Applied EV News

Advanced Cell Engineering (ACE) secures contract for battery cells from Bren-Tronics for prototype military batteries

Nov 2, 2022

Advanced Cell Engineering (ACE) secures contract for battery cells from Bren-Tronics for prototype military batteries Bren-Tronics prototype battery to feature ACE's advanced lithium-ion technology November 2, 2022 Advanced Cell Engineering (ACE) , a Florida-based developer and licensor of advanced lithium-ion battery technologies has announced it has secured a contract to supply five-hundred 21700 battery cells to Bren-Tronics Inc , a global manufacturer of advanced portable power systems for military applications used by the U.S., NATO and government forces around the world. The Long Island-based company will use ACE's cells to produce high energy and power dense prototypes for a variety of military applications. "The military sets an especially high standard for performance and quality in its mobile power applications," says Doug Petito, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Bren-Tronics . "ACE's innovative new lithium-ion battery technology provides a high-performance solution for our customers." ACE develops and licenses proprietary advanced lithium-ion technologies which provide a significant increase in energy density and improved performance over existing battery chemistries available today. The technology can be produced in any cell format and is readily compatible with standard cell manufacturing equipment. "We are honored that Bren-Tronics has selected ACE's technology for this important initiative," says Tim Poor, President of ACE . "The advanced lithium-ion technologies developed by our team represent a substantial leap forward in battery chemistry and performance." Marc-Antoni Racing has licensed a collection of patented energy storage technologies developed at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The technologies focus on components enabling fast-charging, energy-dense batteries for electric and hybrid vehicles and grid storage. The New England-based company is exploring ways to move the racing industry away from fossil fuels while maintaining the dynamic driving experience loved by motor sports enthusiasts. The licensed ORNL patents for battery components — anode, cathode, and electrolyte solution — are based on discoveries from ORNL’s Sheng Dai, Xiao-Guang Sun, Parans Paranthaman, Gabriel Veith and Craig Bridges. Through new combinations of materials and design, the team discovered components that break the barrier to fast-charging, power-dense lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles. Additionally, the components meet a key DOE goal of reducing vehicle battery charging time to under 15 minutes, which gets EV charging closer to the time needed to refuel a gas-powered vehicle. Charging time is a major obstacle to the widespread adoption of EV technology needed to achieve the nation’s goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. For Dai and the scientific team, who have worked to advance energy technology for decades, interest from a racing company was an unexpected and welcomed development. “Our research started at the fundamental level, I had no idea this could lead to something useful for racing,” Dai says. “Our previous research was focused on solving the problem of long charging for cell phone batteries. Batteries degrade and lose capacity to hold power. We wanted to understand the parasitic reaction mechanisms that degrade the battery. “There is a lot of serendipity in discovery — we never quite know where it could go.” Paranthaman led the research to develop a cathode component that better maintains function as it ages. “We’ve been working toward this technology for the last several years,” he says. “The coating we developed could reduce degradation and improve the stability of battery cathode materials over time. This could potentially improve the shelf life of the battery.” Marc-Antoni Racing was founded by Ricardo Marc-Antoni Duncanson, who fell in love with racing by tinkering in the garage of a family member who raced cars. After an extensive career with Audi, Duncanson formed his own company in 2017 as the EV industry was beginning to grow. Currently based in Connecticut, Duncanson plans to relocate his operations to Tennessee. With a well-established automotive manufacturing ecosystem and a growing industry centered on batteries for electric vehicles, Tennessee provides advantages to an EV-focused entrepreneur. “Tennessee is a great place to do what we’re doing — motorsports and high-performance cars. There’s a rich motorsports history and infrastructure in the region,” Duncanson says. He is exploring further work with ORNL through RevV, a voucher program for Tennessee companies funded by the state of Tennessee and operated by the University of Tennessee and ORNL. “Marc-Antoni Racing provides an exciting opportunity to test our technologies, de-risking further commercialization efforts to develop this technology for a range of industries,” says Susan Hubbard, ORNL ’s deputy for science and technology. “In relocating to the Oak Ridge Corridor, Ric will be joining a robust entrepreneurial ecosystem focused on clean energy technology that is supported and strengthened by ORNL’s expertise and facilities.” Duncanson expects any improvements made to racing vehicles will quickly be adopted by the wider automotive industry, facilitated by exposure to the many high-tech companies working in racing. Applied EV, an Australian specialist in safety-rated, autonomous-ready, digital control systems and modular vehicle platforms for commercial applications, is using the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio of software and services to support the design, quality assurance and build of its next generation autonomous vehicles. Applied EV is creating the future of transport with driverless, efficient transport solutions with Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) architected applications for the automotive and industrial sectors. Siemens’ cloud-native Teamcenter X software for product lifecycle management (PLM) from the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio is the trusted tool for Applied EV’s design and product quality workflows to help decrease costs and reduce time-to-market. This announcement follows Applied EV’s recent success testing a self-driving cabinless commercial vehicle on European streets and announcement of their long-term alliance with global OEM, Suzuki Motors. Applied EV’s core product, the Digital Backbone (DBB) is a purpose-built software control system for electric and autonomous applications. The DBB advances the digital capabilities of EVs, reducing hardware complexity and manufacturing costs to optimize the deployment of autonomous driving technology and support the next generation of vehicle architectures to be completely software defined. It’s carefully crafted to comply with the highest safety ratings making it an ideal solution for Level 4/5 autonomous applications. “Collaborating with global technology giant Siemens is strategic to progressing Applied EV’s long-term vision. The demand for fully autonomous vehicles and technology is growing exponentially. Siemens’ new cloud-based PLM platform will help us meet this demand, by providing us with better change management and quality,” says Julian Broadbent, co-founder and CEO of Applied EV . “This helps increase first-time right releases of hardware and software, streamlining the company’s integrated approach to engineering.” “Siemens is committed to empowering innovative companies, like Applied EV, to drive sustainable growth and transform their industries,” says Samantha Murray, Vice President and Managing Director of Siemens Digital Industries Software , Australia and New Zealand. “Applied EV is a true Australian success story of a company leading through innovative design, data, and manufacturing. They are at the forefront of commercial autonomous technology that can be applied to any vehicle or system across multiple industries. We are proud to be working with Applied EV as we share a common goal of using software to innovate and challenge the status quo.” ElDorado National Inc (ENC), leader in heavy-duty transit buses and emission free technology, announced Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW ) has ordered 22 40' Axess CNG-powered buses and four of its new 40' Axess EVO-BE Battery Electric buses. DFW , one of the largest airports in the world, is the first carbon neutral airport in North America. This new fleet of ENC buses is part of the airport’s ongoing efforts to maintain this status. This fleet of Axess buses is expected to be delivered to DFW in Summer 2023. ENC ’s Axess platform delivers industry-leading performance and safety and features a low floor making it an ideal choice for airports. Axess buses are in operation at 33 airports around the country. The new Axess EVO-BE is the next generation in ENC’s line of zero emission battery electric buses which is purpose built for every transit and shuttle application, and available with an industry-leading 738kWh of battery energy storage. “For over 40 years, ENC has been a leader in low-emission and alternative energy buses,” said Jason Moore, Vice President and General Manager of ENC . “We are excited to introduce our next-generation Axess EVO-BE bus and supply one of the largest, most advanced airports in the world with this zero-emission technology.” “At DFW, we are committed to reducing our environmental impact and leading the industry with our sustainability efforts,” said Ken Buchanan, EVP Revenue Management and Customer Experience. “Over 70 million travelers pass through our airport every year, and we continue to focus on using renewable energy sources to safely transport them while we focus to reduce carbon emissions and achieve the goal of net-zero by 2030.” ENC recently announced its next generation of Battery Electric and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric buses which use a common structural platform, propulsion system, and technologies, with over 90% commonality. This provides a simpler solution of aftermarket support, employee training, and maintenance for customers currently or in the future operate a mixed Battery Electric and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric fleet. ENC’s Axess EVO-BE, EVO-FC, and CNG-powered buses are now available for order. Sonepar selected Penske Truck Leasing to provide its new light-duty electric fleet. Penske Truck Leasing is delivering nine Ford E-Transit all-electric cargo vans to support the initiative. The vehicles will be used for regional product deliveries in California, Maryland, Minnesota, and Washington. Penske provides Sonepar with the vehicles, lease financing, comprehensive preventive maintenance program, 24/7 roadside assistance, and the capability to charge electric vehicles (EVs) at its locations. Sonepar 's fleet provides the delivery of much-needed electrical, industrial and safety products to a variety of customers including electrical contractors, industrial electrical OEMs, electric utilities, and commercial and institutional buildings. Sonepar operating companies acquiring the new vehicles include North Coast Electric, Independent Electric Supply, OneSource Distributors, Capital Electric Supply, and Viking Electric. The five electrical distribution companies are the first in the company's history to use light-duty electric vehicles in the U.S. "We recognize that electrification of the transportation sector is integral to the sustainability goals of our organization and the world," says Ray Brown, vice president of transportation at Sonepar . "We're excited to pilot a new EV truck program to test the viability of an electric truck as we plan for future fleet investments." Penske has been among the first truck rental and leasing companies to test and offer the electric, zero-tailpipe emission Ford E-Transit. The E-Transit is designed to serve commercial industries, providing a choice of eight configurations, including a cargo van with three roof heights and three lengths, chassis cab, and cutaway models. The E-Transit is the first all-electric full-size cargo van from a full-line automaker in North America and the fully electric version of the Ford Transit. "We’re very pleased to support Sonepar's sustainability efforts in the U.S. with the introduction of the Ford E-Transit to their fleet across a range of geographies,” says Patrick Watt, vice president alternative vehicle and emerging technology, Penske Truck Leasing . “We’re confident it’ll fit in well with their existing operations."

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Applied EV Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Applied EV founded?

    Applied EV was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Applied EV's headquarters?

    Applied EV's headquarters is located at Hawthorn.

  • What is Applied EV's latest funding round?

    Applied EV's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.

  • How much did Applied EV raise?

    Applied EV raised a total of $17M.

  • Who are the investors of Applied EV?

    Investors of Applied EV include Suzuki.

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