USEV’s participation in the Shell Eco-Marathon is supported by our generous partners.
Here’s a little about them!
If you would like to find out how your company could get involved then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dukosi develops advanced cell technology solutions that streamline and improve battery performance. Dukosi provides custom solutions that make customers’ products more competitive by reducing costs, increasing performance, documenting life cycle events and providing asset managers with the means to make more efficient use of investments. Dukosi adds intelligence to batteries making them smarter.
Dukosi’s CMS (Cell Monitoring System) is embedded into each cell in a battery system. The device accurately measures each cell’s voltage, temperature and current allowing advanced diagnostics and SoC calculations. The internal memory records each cell’s life cycle history and report SoC and SoH and uses NFC (wireless) technology.
University of Strathclyde Faculty of Engineering
The Faculty of Engineering and the Departments of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde has been an invaluable source of support, helping us with funding and providing workshop and office space for the team’s use.
Ceta Precision Enginerring
Ceta Precision Engineering have provided precision engineering
services and products since 1983.
Motivity designs and develops motor and generator solutions. We work closely with our clients to fully understand their requirements both technically and commercially and then to develop designs to meet this. We can also assist in the specification, testing and sourcing of motors and generators of all types and capacities.
Coilcraft produces high-quality electronic parts, more specifically
inductors. They provide standard components as well as custom
designed components for their clients.
Thomson Pettie Group
Thomson Pettie Group is one of the UK’s leading engineering
subcontractors. They provide metal fabrications to companies in the
Bus, Truck, Renewables (Wind Energy), Construction and Material
Farnell are an electronic components supplier. This year they have
sponsored us with components amounting to a considerable sum.
University of Strathclyde Alumni Fund
The University of Strathclyde Alumni Fund is supported by gifts
from the Strathclyde alumni community. Donations fund
scholarships, the library, international study and development,
sports clubs and student-led projects such as USEV.