The off-road vehicles of the future may consume less than half the energy used today – thanks to a multi-million project being led by Edinburgh technology firm Artemis Intelligent Power. A consortium led by the Scottish inventors has secured £11 million from the Advanced Propulsion Centre UK to help develop a new generation of ‘Digital […]
Artemis Intelligent Power Ltd., the Scottish technology company, will reveal its revolutionary hydraulic pump technology to the aerospace sector this week. Thanks to the support of Innovate UK, our revolutionary Digital Displacement® pump “E-dyn96” will be displayed to the aerospace trade audience at the Farnborough Airshow on Thursday 19th July.
Artemis Intelligent Power took top spot at the prestigious annual Railway Industry Innovation Awards, held in London on 22 June. The best innovations in the rail industry were in the spotlight at the ceremony, and the Edinburgh technology inventors won the Environment award for their Rail Accessory Drive project – which uses an E-dyn® 96 […]
Artemis is proud to have 16 team members from all over the world who have chosen to come to the UK to contribute their skills, creativity, passion, energy to our mission to revolutionise the energy efficiency of heavy machinery. In support of One Day Without Us, we have published this photo to show what our […]
A new wave of digital hydraulic pumps and motors will radically improve the efficiency of a range of heavy vehicles, trains and off-road machinery, says Niall Caldwell, Managing Director of Artemis Intelligent Power. The Scottish Government is to be lauded for its fantastic ambition in decarbonising our energy consumption – and transport has a very […]
The ScotRail train you are sitting on may not look or feel any different – but it could be using a radical new hydraulic technology which will cut the use of diesel on our trains. Earlier this month ScotRail teamed up with Artemis Intelligent Power to test a standard commuter train fitted with a new […]
It’s a problem that has long thwarted wave energy pioneers – how to transform the slow back and forth motion of waves into a reliable and cost-effective stream of electricity. Now two Edinburgh firms – Artemis Intelligent Power and Quoceant – have together secured £2.5 million from Scottish agency Wave Energy Scotland to trial a […]
Artemis is leading the development of a new type of hydraulic transmission for diesel powered rail vehicles. The project, funded by the Rail Safety and Strategy Board (RSSB) will comprise a JCB diesel engine powering an E-dyn 96 Digital Displacement hydraulic pump. The pump will supply flow to axle mounted Digital Displacement motors and the […]
Artemis has carried out the first functional tests of its Digital Displacement hydraulic excavator. By removing the original tandem axial piston pump and replacing it with a tandem version of the E-dyn 96 Digital Displacement® pump, fuel consumption is expected to be reduced by around 16%. Due to the reduced idle losses of the Digital […]
The 2014 Joseph Bramah Medal has been awarded to the Professor Win Rampen, Chairman and former MD of Artemis.