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12-11-2020

From Tuesday 17 November until Thursday 19 November, Prodrive Technologies will be exhibiting at the virtual SC20. We will showcase our portfolio of computing products. Also, we will host various live sessions.

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08-10-2020

Prodrive Technologies, a Dutch based tech company, officially opened their North American Headquarters today located at 15 University Road, Canton Massachusetts USA.

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21-09-2020

URE’s racecar can accelerate from 0-100kmph in 2.3 seconds. In the past, Prodrive Technologies helped them with the battery management system and with the motor controllers. We are happy to announce that we will support URE in their next challenge: redesigning the powertrain. Read more about our collaboration by clicking the link below.

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Son, May 29th, 2020 - Prodrive Technologies realized a growth of net sales by 24% to 244 million euros and a growth of total revenues including capitalized development to 261 million euros.

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Son, December 11th, 2019 – The European Investment Bank is providing a EUR 50 million loan to Prodrive Technologies.

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June 17 - From June 17th to June 19th , Prodrive Technologies welcomes you at booth E-1042 in the Messe Frankfurt!

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June 14 - In 2018, Prodrive Technologies has realized a growth of net sales to EUR 196 million and a growth of total revenues including capitalized development to EUR 218 million.

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May 29 - From June 12th to June 14th , Prodrive Technologies is presenting its Audio-Video Processing System at the Infocomm in Orlando, Florida!

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MULTIple elevator cabins in a single shaft, the dream of every skyscraper architect and the wish of many people waiting in line for the elevator! Together with our customer thyssenkrupp Elevator we are at the verge of this technical breakthrough. End of 2015 we started the development of the propulsion system for an elevator without ropes but driven by linear motors instead. Using swivel platforms, the cabins can move both vertical and horizontal, which allows them to change shafts and thereby creating a fully independent paternoster elevator.

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