commerTECH to develop software for hydrogen powered trucks

RONN Motor Group announced it has selected commerTECH as the company to exclusively create and manage the software development for their Hydrogen Fuel Cell logistic medium-duty trucks globally.

commerTECH is a global software/IT firm that has a successful track record for building customized solutions within the automotive, healthcare, banking, and nutraceutical industries.  Software that has been recognized by peers including the number 1 and 2 Carlisle awards for over a decade in the automotive industry.

“We are excited to have been selected to supply the software and infrastructure to support the product information, vehicle communications and telematics for RONN Motor Group,” said Michael White. “RONN Motor Group brings a vision and business model that we believe in, and appreciate that we can be part of a global shift to zero emissions.”

“We selected commerTECH based on their team’s extensive experience in the automotive industry that spans more than two decades and includes every aspect of what we need from telematics to catalog to warranty and in-vehicle communications,” Ronn Ford. “We are thrilled to have such a powerhouse company on our team.”

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric logistic delivery vehicles (HFCEV) will offer a unique zero-emission solution to fleets and logistics customers. The trucks will travel more than 300+ miles on a single fueling with hydrogen storage of approximately 40kg. A second storage option will allow for a range of 500 plus miles.

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric vehicles (HFCEV) use electricity to power an electric motor. In contrast to other electric vehicles, HFCEVs produce electricity using a fuel cell powered by hydrogen rather than drawing electricity from a battery.

HFCEVs use a small battery to recapture braking energy, provide extra power during short acceleration events, and smooth out the power delivered from the fuel cell with the option to idle or turn off the fuel cell during low power needs. The amount of energy stored onboard is determined by the size of the hydrogen fuel tanks.

Engr. Haseeb Ullah

Haseeb covers the global energy market for both conventional and modern energy resources. His expertise is on the global energy supply chain from generation to distribution and end-users. He has a Master degree in Engineering Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.
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