Vehicles in the category of ‘off-highway’ and ‘heavy duty’ do not face a constant churn in new models on an annual basis, however given the current wave of alternate energy and powertrain system requirements to meet EPA standards of the future, this is likely to change with the development of new models which are downsized ‘single-purpose’ type machines and equipment.

Diesel hybrids and hydrogen fuel-cells are becoming important parallel approaches for this market. Electric motors will drive hydraulics on applications such as Ariel Work Platforms (AWP).

Given this increase and change in off-road vehicle production and development, Triz Engineering has extended its vehicle knowledge to assist in the development of new generation, new-power, off-highway vehicles and body equipment.

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