We have patented a new braking system, not based in friction, fully electric and with 0 pollution (it is not based on friction, and therefore does not emit any pollutant particles), among other benefits. We hardly believe that this new development can be very convenient to the sector, not only by the product itself, but also by giving someone the opportunity of being THE FIRST ONE in offering such an implementation of NON POLUTING – FUKKY ELLECTRIC (The definitive Brake by Wire) Brake system and empowering the Company image in the sense of ecology and sustainability. Please confirm if you would be the right contact, or if you want us to refer anyone else. I assume you have already smelt that such an innovation can capitalize Brake market for the near future years. Efficiency recorded in the pilot tests have been amazing. It is a very effective development in order to capitalize on the concepts of INNOVATION, SUSTAINABILITY and HEALTH. Of course it is fully compatible with electric car and also brings substantial advantages. I think it is interesting for the Authorities to know that there is already an existing technology that can avoid brake wear particle emissions, not reduce, AVOID. Sustainability is also exceptional, since very simple materials are used (no rare), and would have no after sales markets, because would last the whole vehicles life. Security is also interesting, since it can act 100% electrical, you can do as many replications as you wish. Performance is supposed to be maintained, even higher than actual friction systems. I think the implementation particularly in electric cars for big cities and urban public transport would very quickly report huge benefits on citizens health. Despite our efforts in presenting, it seems that OEM don’t feel the pressure enough by legislations, since they are dealing with other “burning problems as a priority”… and brake manufacturers prefer to keep things as they are and maintain their sales and aftermarket business as a priority… Please take also this facts in consideration: 1) Benefit for the end customer (user) “0” polluting emissions “0” maintenance and “0” replacement of wear parts Greater security, going from the current redundancy of “2” to: “8”- “12”- “16” with the possibility in a catastrophic situation in which all cable communication fails in which the action is telematic. Less response time in emergency braking as it is an electromechanical system (1 millisecond) compared to the electrohydraulic system (1 tenth of a second) Lower price by being able to eliminate the entire hydraulic part, including ABS pumps. Less residual brake torque than current systems, which will translate into lower consumption and greater autonomy. Anticipate the progression followed by current laws whose goal in the medium-long term is to leave vehicle pollution at: "0" Lower electrical consumption than current brake systems, which will translate into greater autonomy in EV Completely eliminate the dirt generated by the current brakes on the rims that require specific cleaning products. 2) Benefit for the final customer (Car manufacturer) Being able to offer a vehicle with less polluting emissions than the competition. The first to market this system will also be able to capitalize on its brand image by being the first to present vehicles with a ZERO environmental impact for the emission of polluting particles derived from the braking process. Being able to offer a better price for the vehicle or obtain greater benefits Eliminate dependence on manufacturers of ABS-ESP-ASR etc. being able to draw up manual and autonomous braking maps without the obligatory intervention of these third parties. Much easier assembly on the manufacturing line. It would be served assembled in one piece (impossible in hydraulic systems), after fixing it to the spindle, it would only be necessary to plug in the electrical connectors. Its effectiveness can be tested before its incorporation into the assembly line, an impossible matter in hydraulic systems. Elimination of liquid fillings and purging. All the software of this braking system could be included in the already existing ECU The system is fully compatible with regenerative braking and can coexist to guarantee emergency braking, braking when stationary, or when the battery is full, among others.
Dr. Oscar David Dominguez Bret, General Manager, Osdorbe Strategic Consulting; Mr. Jose Luis Rodriguez Garcia, Inventor, Osdorbe Strategic Consulting