Wireless Power Transmission for Consumer Electronics and Electric Vehicles Discussed in New Topical Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

12 Oct 2011 • by Natalie Aster
Wireless Power Transmission for Consumer Electronics and Electric Vehicles Discussed in New Topical Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

LONDON – Today many specialists highlight that there are far too many making traction motors with brushes. All in all it is often characterized as an industry structured for the past that is going to receive an unpleasant message when the future and projected technologies come to conquer the field. The winners in future traction motor markets will win on performance more than price, this including very different criteria in different vehicles with many problems still to solve.

New market research reportWireless Power Transmission for Consumer Electronics and Electric Vehicles 2012-2022worked out by IDTechEx has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Wireless Power Transmission for Consumer Electronics and Electric Vehicles 2012-2022
Published: September, 2011
Pages: 145
Price: US$ 3,995

The study examines the issue and the respective market in full detail – it covers insightful results of various surveys, presents most up-to-date views on the key issues and challenges, covers professional discussion of the market possibilities and obstacles so far. Insightful view into the future of the wireless power transmission market is also presented.

Reports Contents:

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1. Traction motor forecasts of numbers
1.2. Global value market for vehicle traction motors
1.3. Definition and background
1.4. Shape of motors
1.5. Location of motors
1.6. Unique major new survey


2. INTRODUCTION
2.1. History of electric traction motors
2.2. Types of motor favoured in electric vehicles
  2.2.1. Types of traction motor in summary
  2.2.2. Asynchronous traction motors
  2.2.3. Size and number of motors
  2.2.4. Shapes of motor
  2.2.5. Synchronous traction motors
  2.2.6. Axial flux vs radial flux motors
2.3. Sophisticated motors bridging gaps in performance
  2.3.1. Advanced asynchronous motor variant - Chorus Motors
  2.3.2. Advanced synchronous PM motor - Protean Electric
  2.3.3. Motor position
  2.3.4. The relative merits of the motor positions in electric bicycles and e-bikes
  2.3.5. Fraunhofer IFAM
2.4. Remaining challenges
  2.4.1. In-wheel hybrids
  2.4.2. Electric corner modules (ECMs)
  2.4.3. SIM Drive in wheel traction
  2.4.4. In wheel motors for aircraft
  2.4.5. Move to high voltage
  2.4.6. Environmental challenges
  2.4.7. Many options and many needs
  2.4.8. Lack of standards


3. ANALYSIS OF 123 TRACTION MOTOR MANUFACTURERS

4. 212 ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND THEIR MOTORS

5. INTERVIEWS AND NEWLY REPORTED OPINION ON MOTOR TRENDS
5.1. Asynchronous vs Synchronous
5.2. Axial vs radial flux
5.3. Who will succeed with electric microcars
5.4. Extending the market
5.5. Barefoot motor ATV motor in place


6. MARKET FORECASTS
6.1. Traction motor forecasts of numbers
6.2. Global value market for vehicle traction motors
6.3. Definition and background
6.4. Shape of motors
6.5. Location of motors
6.6. Unique major new surve
y
APPENDIX 1: GLOSSARY
APPENDIX 2: IDTECHEX PUBLICATIONS AND CONSULTANCY

TABLES

FIGURES

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