Elaphe Wins the I4MS Disruptors Awards at the Digitising European Industry Stakeholder Forum 2019

BARCELONA, Spain, Nov. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ --


-- The EU award recognizes the power of technological disruption, awarded
by the European Commission initiative for digitising the EU
manufacturing sector, I4MS
-- The prize was delivered at the Digitising European Industry Stakeholder
Forum 2019, in Madrid, on the 14(th )of November.
-- I4MS Disruptors Award aims to illustrate SMEs' ability to innovate and
implement ICT technologies, bring radical innovation to their sector and
reach new markets.
-- The Digitising European Industry Stakeholder event offered the competing
SMEs the opportunity to connect with other members of the ecosystem,
visibility in an international level and participation in joint
projects.
Elaphe Propulsion Technologies is the winner of the 2019 Disruptors Award, delivered by the European Commission's Initiative ICT for Manufacturing SMEs (I4MS). The awarded company is a developer and producer of high-tech propulsion technology based on the premise of multiple-motor propulsion.

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Elaphe benefited as an SME in faster processing with HPC-based simulation tools, as well as evaluating more complex coupled physical models, resulting in products with better NVH characteristics saving time and resources.

The winning experiment focused on acoustic evaluation of a motor concept in early phases of design. Reducing and modulating acoustic noise emissions of electric vehicles improves the soundscape, especially in the urban areas, so the experiment brings about very relevant solutions to market needs. This new methodology was implemented and evaluated on the next-generation prototypes of Elaphe passenger car in-wheel motors.

I4MS Disruptors Award

I4MS pre-selected the four best cases illustrating companies' ability to innovate and implement ICT technologies to meet its business needs, bring radical innovation to their sector and the capacity of achieving on a national or international scale.

The prize aimed to recognize the most innovative experiment and best use case in the field of additive manufacturing, CPS, Internet of Things, Robotics, High-Performance Computing or Laser Technologies.

The awarded company will benefit with the following prize package:


-- A specially designed offline and online visibility during the Mobile
World Congress (2020).
-- A visibility package which includes the promotion of the experiments,
and the winning SMEs or midcap via the I4MS online community, website,
social networks, blog and I4MS newsletter. Plus the opportunity to be
featured as the best digital transformation case in different
newsletters, linked to the I4MS ecosystem.
-- A half-day workshop for technological and innovation support from MADE
and DTI.
About I4MS

I4MS, ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs, is a European initiative supporting manufacturing SMEs and mid-caps in the widespread use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in their business operations. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 768631.

More information on http://i4ms.eu/about/disruptor-awards [http://i4ms.eu/about/disruptor-awards]

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CONTACT: Juan Antonio Pavón Losada, Communication Executive of Mobile World Capital Barcelona, Japavon@mobileworldcapital.com, +34 673 007 282

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