E-Scooter Maker Evader Files Patent on Control Technology

EPIC uses firm's proprietary artificial intelligence sensing technology and programming that creates a perfect blend of performance and safety.

Published: 04-Apr-2005

EVUE, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 1, 2005--Bellevue-Washington based Evader, Inc. (www.evader.us.) (Pink Sheets:EVDR), the maker of electric high-performance vehicles powered by their leading-edge proprietary technology is pleased to announce that it has completed development and filed for patents for its all new state-of-the-art electronic controller with EPIC(TM) technology for Evader's high-performance electric drive system.

EPIC(TM) -- Electric Propulsion by Intelligent Controls -- uses Evader's proprietary artificial intelligence sensing technology and programming that creates a perfect blend of performance and safety. This new controller, coupled with the Evader's fourth generation electric motor technology, provides unparalleled torque, acceleration and power.

Greg Bengeult, the head of Evader's R&D group: "We spent considerable time and resources optimizing the control algorithms to balance the top-end power and cruise modes of our controller to maximize battery life. This gives Evader's production models the power and range never thought possible from a DC motor."

"Innovation is the name of the game," said Rob Stoneham, Evader's Director of Distribution. "This controller gives us a huge competitive advantage as we begin to market and ship our products into the North American and European markets. The consumers in these regions demand the best and we can now deliver the best product in this category on the planet."

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