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Existing infrastructure becomes the road to reach climate target.

Evias technology
The fast track to e-mobility.

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The fast track to e-mobility.

Evias has developed an eco-system to charge Electric Vehicles, wherever they are, without stopping for charging. The system will keep track of electric consumption and always keep the vehicle running. That will help the transition to autonomy driving vehicles.

Solving all your needs

Adaptable solutions. Charging on the go, on site and based on your needs.

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Electric Road System

Evias has developed a system to charge electric road vehicles – both light and heavy – while driving, that eliminates the present limitation of batteries. By electrifying the main roads with this solution, electric vehicles will become superior to fuel vehicles as they will neither need to stop for charging nor stop to refuel

a truck on a road

Station-Based Charging

Using the same technology as the Electric Road System, Evias also offers a station-based charging solution. It can be used for any type of vehicles. Suitable at end stations for buses or a parking area. Available at the same price range as regular fast charging connectors.

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Electric mining

In partnership with Olitek, an Australian based company with a long history in mining equipment development, we have launched the brand BluVein – the missing jigsaw piece to fully electric mines. A safe, standardised and intelligent dynamic charging system of battery vehicles based on Evias core ERS technology.

Bluvein

A solid, proven infrastructure that actually works.

Electrified roads with conductive feeding from below work for all types of transports, both cars and larger vehicles such as buses and trucks. Energy is transferred from the rail in the road to the vehicle using a movable arm. As long as the vehicle is above the rails, the contact is in the down position. When overtaking another vehicle, it's automatically lifted. The power is fed from the electric grid and transformed to low voltage. First via a fast switch and further via the movable arm to the battery charger of the vehicle, before reaching the electric motor. Either directly or through the battery.

Photo from backseat of car, showing woman driving a modern looking car.

Charge through dirt, rain, and snow.

Rainwater on the road is drained from the rail, snow is cleared, and ice is melted away by having heating in the electric rail. The contact is designed to handle sand, dirt, and snow with a special design of the contact that allows smaller objects to be thrown out of the rail. All vehicles contribute to the cleaning and when the electric road is used by many vehicles, the track will be kept clean of sand, dirt, and snow.