Considering topics such as global warming, scarcer fossil fuels and a continuously increasing need for transportation, it is obvious that eMobility will be integrated within the next years in our daily lives. Especially passenger cars, trucks, rail transport as well as the local public transport will become a main part in the development towards eMobility. This is the reason why the transport industry is considered to be a pioneer within our society, when it comes to environmentally conscious and sustainable behaviour. In this context breuckmann eMobility set its target to develop new technologies for alternative drives expanding eMobility by producing high quality and high performance rotors for the automotive and the transportation sector.


Considering the medial and technological development of electric engines within different industries, one can easily determine that passenger cars will cause the biggest change compared to other vehicle types such as busses and trucks. In numbers passenger cars result to be the largest section among all registered vehicles worldwide. The electric car stands for the beginning of a new era in terms of mobility as well as a more sustainable use of resources within our society. It is quiet and moves around without the emission of harmful substances. This is the reason why it is ideal for larger cities. Electric cars will contribute crucially to the reduction of pollutant emissions.
Conventionally powered cars are still going to stay the market leader for a long time within the automotive sector, but every year the number of new registered electric vehicles is rising, so the sector eMobility is developing towards a lucrative growth market. Automotive manufacturers such as Audi, BMW, Daimler and VW are supporting this change intending to produce 15 to 25 percent of their vehicles equipped with electric motors until 2025. The German government also pushes forward the new infrastructure building charging stations for electric cars. To achieve an economic impact with the new charging stations, more electric cars have to be driving on the streets.


The transportation sector is the counterpart to the automotive sector. The electric car itself is not enough to realize the change towards a resource saving and eco-friendly future. For this purpose other transportation vehicles such as trucks, rail transport as well as the local public transport have to support the change. The German government sustains the use of eMobility within the public sector intending to reduce harmful emissions in the transportation sector. Since 2014 electric busses are tested in various German cities being integrated into the local public transport. Other large cities such as London, Paris, Seattle, Barcelona or Auckland decided to use emission-free busses only starting from 2025. These overcrowded areas currently suffer the most from pollutant emissions and noise.
Another important role for the electrification of road traffic plays the transport and logistics sector. When cities are faced with continuously rising amounts of deliveries, the pollution caused by trucks powered by diesel fuel increases exponentially. Correspondingly the demand of the government focuses on low-emission commercial vehicles, so society keeps dealing with eMobility. Apart from electric busses as well as the transport and logistics sector, the electrification of rail transport is almost fully implemented. Hence there is no need for a new technology. Trains powered by electricity are that far developed so they can reach a higher level of silence, eco-friendliness and performance requiring lower maintenance compared to older trains powered by diesel fuel.