Podjetje Pipistrel v sodelovanju s ┼ítudenti iz treh fakultet razvilo prvo polnilnico za elektri─Źna letala

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V sklopu projekta "Po kreativni poti do prakti─Źnega znanja", ki je potekal od februarja do junija so pod mentorstvom asist. dr. Vanje ─îok (LECAD laboratorij) in razvojnega in┼żenirja Alja┼ża Pelicona (Pipistrel) ter in┼żenirja programske opreme ─îrta Gorupa (Pipistrel), so ┼ítudentje Fakultete za strojni┼ítvo v Ljubljani: Tine ─îerna─Ź, Andra┼ż Pape┼ż, Erik Rojec, Jaka Kri┼ż in Luka ┼áparovec, ┼ítudenta Fakultete za ra─Źunalni┼ítvo in informatiko: Rok Grmek in Jaka Korde┼ż ter ┼ítudentka industrijskega oblikovanja na Akademiji za likovno umetnosti in oblikovanje Roberta Cetina v sodelovanju s podjetjem Pipistrel razvili prototip prve elektri─Źne polnilnice za letala. Cilj projekta je bila izdelava in postavitev (javne) polnilnice za elektri─Źna letala, saj se je pri polnjenju elektri─Źnih letal v praksi pokazala potreba po stacionarnem na─Źinu polnjenja.

Dne 30.8. so v podjetju elektri─Źno polnilnico slavnostno zagnali in z njo napolnili elektri─Źno letalo Alpha Electro. Projekt je sofinanciralo Ministrstvo za izobra┼żevanje, znanost in ┼íport in Evropska unija iz Evropskega socialnega sklada.

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Pipistrel, in cooperation with students from three universities, has developed the first charging station for electric airplanes.

As part of the project "By the Creative Path to Practical Knowledge", which was going on from February to June under the mentorship of assist. Vanja ─îok PhD. (LECAD Laboratory), development engineer Alja┼ż Pelicon (Pipistrel) and software engineer ─îrt Gorup (Pipistrel), the students from three Universities:
-the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Ljubljana: Tine ─îerna─Ź, Andra┼ż Pape┼ż, Erik Rojec, Jaka Kri┼ż and Luka ┼áparovec,
-the University of Computer and Information Science: Rok Grmek and Jaka Korde┼ż,
-and a student of Industrial Design at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Robert Cetina
in cooperation with Pipistrel developed the prototype of the first electric charging station for airplanes.

The goal of the project was the production and installation of a (public) charging station for electric airplanes, because the need for a stationary type of charging has been shown when charging electric aircraft in practice.

On 30.8. the electric charging station was officially launched at the Pipistrel company and used to charge an electric aircraft Alpha Electro. The project was co-financed by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport and the European Union from the European Social Fund.

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Technical characteristics of the charging station:
- capable of charging two electric aircraft at the same time
- current strength: 2 x 20 kW
- charge speed: one hour to fully charge Alpha Electro
- operating voltage 3f 400V AC
- WiFi connection to the network

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