The Aquiles Project has been developed with the intention of facilitating the use of two-wheel electric vehicles and similar ones, evolving and improving one of the critical aspects of the daily operation of this type of vehicles: their recharging.

Until now, the recharge process of electric vehicles has been simple but inefficient. The vehicle user drove it normally until the batteries ran out or were about to run out of useful energetic charge, moment at which they had to be recharged. To do so, the user had to connect his/her vehicle to a recharge point carrying out the total charge of the vehicle. The main disadvantage of this system is its scarce flexibility (the vehicle is either charged or not) and that, during the recharging process, the vehicle is not operative and therefore cannot be driven.

With the introduction of the Emic System, the system (Electric Vehicle + Batteries) is no longer binary (charged, not charged), giving the user more flexibility and therefore reducing or suppressing the periods in which the vehicle must be compulsorily stopped to recharge the batteries. The Aquiles Project springs into action at this moment, offering a wide range of recharge possibilities, all aimed at improving the user experience of this type of vehicles and their mobility.

Currently the AQUILES system allows 3 independent and complementary recharging modes:
  • Recharging cabinet where the empty cartridge will be left and a fully charged one will be taken.
  • Desktop charger, which would allow you to charge the empty cartridges at your own home or office.
  • Total charge of the vehicle, connecting it to a charging point of the electric network.