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Live Stream on Munro Live YouTube with Frost & Sullivan TODAY at 12:00PM EST!!!

Munro Associates Live Stream with Frost and Sulivan

Live Stream on Munro Live YouTube with Frost & Sullivan

Tune in today at 12:00pm for a live stream with the Munro team hosted by Frost and Sulivan.  Click here to watch:

Frost & Sullivan invites you to a joint briefing with Munro & Associates on “Tesla Strategy ‘Unbundled’: Creating a ‘New Industry’ Based on ‘Networked Energy'”, to be held on 28 July 2020 at noon EST (9 a.m. PST; 6 p.m. CET). Benny Daniel, Business Unit Leader – Mobility, Aerospace & Defense Practice (NA) and VP – Consulting, Frost & Sullivan, together with Sandy Munro, CEO, Munro Associates, will provide strategic insights into the key technical and tactical factors that distinguish Tesla from its competitors.

Key topics discussed include:

-The seven strategies at the core of Tesla’s master plan

-What it takes to go beyond cars to create a lifestyle product

-Tesla’s approach to ‘total cost of ownership’ (TCO) and its subsequent marketing messages

-Future high-performance computers and how they can enable customized strategies

NEW Stator Patent from Tesla!!!

New Tesla Stator Patent

NEW Stator Patent from Tesla!!!

Tesla never ceases to amaze the public or the engineering realm with consistent improvements and innovations within EV technology.  Previously, Tesla introduced a new battery patent at the tail end of last year which was might be revealed on battery day by Tesla. Many people are very eagerly awaiting concrete data on the performance of this

battery and feel that it is the next step in battery technology without going to solid-state.  EV Source does a great video on this which you can watch here:

Batteries aside, what does this new stator patent reveal? Although some parts of the patent are vague, and in general the patent doesn’t make for light reading of the average enthusiast, but it does hint at a few manufacturing issues that this stator will presumably solve:

“Typical electric motors have stator cores that are formed from metal laminates stacked one above another. An inner periphery of these stator cores typically define slots (or teeth) on which multiple coils of wire are wound. Each coil of wire may be wound over all or a subset of the slots. As the slots are defined only along the inner periphery of the stator core, such winding of the coil of wires over the subset of slots in the stator core may be challenging, laborious and hence, time consuming. Moreover, such winding may incur additional expense in terms of tooling requirements that are required to perform the winding of coils in the slots of the stator core.”

So what is the take away?  If Tesla did the job right, then the new Tesla motors will cost less to produce and that might be a game changer for the market yet again.

To read the full article by Charged EV Magazine click here:

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