In the FIA Formula E World Championship, electric race cars by legendary brands show what they can do. At the same time, they are climate-neutral and locally emissions-free. As everywhere in motorsport, maximum efficiency and performance are key. The Mahindra Racing team relies on an electric 800-volt drive from ZF's E-Competence Center. And ZF uses the technology transfer for production drives: Because with more range, shorter charging times and lower acquisition costs, electric cars become even more attractive.
At ZF, solutions are created for the entire range of electromobility: from e-bikes to heavy commercial vehicles. As a technology expert with the broadest portfolio of electric drives, we are shaping the future of mobility. It's exciting to be a part of it - whether in software development, in the optimization of mechanical components or in the Formula E engine development team. At ZF, you are at the pulse of "Next Generation Mobility."
Morteza Djebeli-Sinaki has been a member of the ZF team for nine years and works as a software and function developer in the field of e-mobility on applications ranging from pedelecs to large commercial vehicles.
He is particularly enthusiastic about experiencing a product that was created on a PC on the road as a team - functional and locally emissions-free.
Marcel Hanisch started at ZF in 2012 as a dual student in the field of electrical engineering. Since 2018, he has been a technical project manager in the field of power electronics.
He is excited when individual elements are assembled into a complete system, put into the vehicle, making it visible how an inverter works in operation and what energy is in an electric motor, including the power electronics, extreme currents and extreme voltages.
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