Propelling UAV Distribution

An American-based alliance for electric drone motors

ePropelled, a magnetic engineering technology company for electro-magnetic motors, announced they have signed an agreement to bring UAV Propulsion Tech of Tampa, Fla., on as a distributor of their electric motors to market their products to the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) / Urban Air Mobility (UAM) industry…basically what us regular folk know as drones.


UAV Propulsion Tech has worked with companies on advanced technology and hardware solutions—both defense and commercial UAV customers—since 2007. Nick Grewal, CEO and President of ePropelled said in a June 1st press release: “Bob Schmidt, the President and founder of UAV Propulsion Tech, has been instrumental in building relationships in this industry with suppliers, designers, and manufacturers and has a clear understanding of the customers’ needs. His expertise is exactly what we need to further penetrate this market.”

Schmidt himself added that “UAV Propulsion Tech has been looking for advanced UAV DC motor and generator technology to support the needs of our customers and are happy to be working with ePropelled. ePropelled’s electric motors are assembled in the U.S.A. and fill a need that is currently dominated by poor quality solutions that do not meet our customers weight, performance, or reliability requirements. ePropelled’s patented technology surpasses the competition in efficiency and weight and includes health monitoring functionality not currently available on the market.”

ePropelled, based in Lowell, Mass., makes patented intelligent motors and generators that are software controlled and are said to enable “new levels of both energy and system-level efficiencies in aviation, aerospace and electric vehicles as well as industrial and HVAC applications,” per the company website.

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