CEM has enhanced their modeling capabilities with the addition of the ADAMs Tracked Vehicle Toolkit (ATV) to their software inventory.
On October 25-27, 2016, CEM hosted the third annual conference on Condition-Based Online Monitoring of Electric Assets (COMET) at the AT&T Conference Center. The conference cost was underwritten by Austin Energy.
As part of an ongoing research program to retrofit multiple medium-duty fleet vehicles with hydrogen fuel cells, UT-CEM, UES and CTE researchers convert a UPS delivery van into a zero-emissions hydrogen fuel cell vehicle.
The University of Texas at Austin Center for Electromechanics (UT-CEM) has recently developed a new lower-cost Homopolar Generator design that could help pulsed welding and other applications.