Driving the Future of Mobility:

Integrated Electric Drive & Brake-by-Wire

What is EDB?

     Electric Drive and Brake-by-wire (EDB) is a purely electric system that integrates traction motor, inverter, differential gears, inboard gear sets, and electric mechanical brakes. 

     EDB optimizes controls between electric drive, battery management, and braking functions to meet higher automotive safety requirements. It blends regenerative braking, eddy current braking, and friction braking while maximizing energy recovery. The subsystems of EDB are based on mature technologies provided by established suppliers.

     EDB is poised to be a major player in future electrified mobility and autonomous driving.

TBraking

=

TRegen.

+

TFriction

+

TEddy Current

=

TWheel

(1/n)

T = torque

n = Inboard  gear reduction rate

"All-in-one" EDB: 

Highly Integrated, Highly Efficient

     AIKAR's "All-in-one" EDB design integrates both mechanical components of the braking system (e-drive, inverter, gear sets, differential and inboard gears, and EMB) and electrical motor and brake controls (ABS/ESC, EPB, and regenerative braking) into one "box." This streamlines its structure while improving its functionality. EDB is currently available in two configurations. (Coaxial and parallel)

Energy Efficient
Better Control
Modular
Compact

Booster

Master Cylinder

ESC

MCU

EDB ECU

Coaxial

Parallel