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November 10, 2020 -- InvestorsHub NewsWire -- via Seeking Alpha --
About: Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI), Includes: BLNK, BMWYY, F, FUV, GM, NIO, NKLA
- Electric vehicle stocks like TSLA, NIO, WKHS, NKLA, BLNK, SOLO,
FUV continue to set record highs as it becomes more apparent that
electric cars are almost certain to replace gasoline powered
- Alternet System Revolt is Super-Efficient Electric 3-Wheel
Motorcycle with sidecar and luggage carrier targeting fast growing
multi-billion-dollar ride share market in developing nations
- Crypto Currencies are said to be the currencies of the future
and are flying again and predicted to set record highs again this
year and beyond
- 1 cent ALYI Electric Vehicle Maker launching $300 Million ICO
Funding Initiative based on well-known and established Etherium
Blockchain currency and surging Bitcoin price
Electric Vehicle stocks continue to set record highs as sales
set new records every month. TSLA, SOLO, NKLA, NIO, WKHS, BLNK have
been leading the way and now Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI;
OTC) announces they are getting closer to production of their
multi-passenger 3 wheel Revolt Electric Motorcycle designed for
giant ride share market where a lower cost and more efficient
vehicle can be used to transport the majority of ride share
passengers requiring only one seat at a time.
Alternet Systems, Inc. just introduced MODUS, the engineering
and design partner leading ALYI's electric mobility innovations.
MODUS comes with more than 20 years of experience and over 200
patentable claims and referenceable experience with many industry
household brand names to include Malibu Boats, Peterbilt and
Corning, to name only a few.
After initially building a pilot electric motorcycle on a
classic BMW R71 clone, ALYI engaged MODUS to bring the pilot into
production and begin the design of future electric vehicle
Below is an overview from MODUS co-founder Maro Radenovic on
their work with ALYI:
MODUS Applied Innovations
MODUS is a multi-disciplinary product development firm with a
focus on strategic innovation, creative design, and precision
engineering. Our areas of expertise range from consumer goods to
transportation, aerospace to medical devices, and beyond. We are a
new firm coming together contemporaneously with the ReVolt Electric
Motorcycle initiative but bringing with us over 20 years of
experience, more than 200 patentable claims and referenceable
experience with many industry household brand names to include
Malibu Boats, Peterbilt and Corning, to name only a few.
All on their own, ALYI piloted an electric motorcycle that in
its first rendition was a BMW R71 clone retrofitted with an
electric motor. The BMW R71 is a breathtaking iconic image
popularized through decades of frequent Hollywood screen
appearances in addition to the real engineering breakthroughs that
maintain the bike's relevance.
ALYI came to us to productionalize their pilot and design the
idea of a maximum occupancy, affordable, rugged, long-range,
electric motorcycle with a retro aesthetic into the future. On the
surface, as designers and engineers, we both loved the concept and
at the same time, quickly recognized the rational market
opportunity ALYI was targeting.
As all likely know, ALYI's initial target is the motorcycle taxi
market in Africa. The African motorcycle taxi market is a widely
accepted mode of transportation locally referred to as boda boda.
Financial margin opportunities for boda boda operators are thin
allowing much room for the entry of a vehicle that can improve
profits for operators above and beyond the obvious environmental
benefits garnered from an electric vehicle.
Furthermore, the vast majority of the boda boda motorcycles are
produced off continent further increasing operational expenses and
depriving the local economy of the economic benefit that could be
derived though local production.
Boda boda operators tend to compete for customers by attempting
to outdo each other with the customization of their vehicles.
ALYI's retro design based on the globally recognized BMW R71
introduces a compelling new customization vector.
ALYI's electric mobility vision extends far beyond the initial
ReVolt Electric Motorcycle initiative. Rather than defining a set
line of products, ALYI's electric mobility vision is built on
defining a process for coordinating the evolution of electric
mobility design where future products result from the process
instead of a process being forced upon an arbitrarily defined
We believe in the iterative design process and are confident our
expertise and experience can serve a vital role in the management
of ALYI's electric mobility evolutionary vision. At our request, we
have engaged with ALYI in an equity relationship and are
enthusiastic about becoming long-term participants in the ALYI
electric mobility ecosystem.
BMW R71 And Beyond
It appears the Ural
Motorcycle company attempted to beat ReVolt to the punch
on introducing an electric motorcycle based on the BMW R71. Ural
already produces a combustion engine motorcycle reminiscent of the
BMW R71 and after ReVolt announced its BMW R71 clone conversion
initiative, Ural quickly brought an electric version of their own
to a trade show. However, no electric Ural is for sale today that
we have found.
That's probably because the Ural bike, while rugged and robust,
weighs 700 lbs. The BMW R71 is surely durable and has a compelling
retro aesthetic, but it's not the best platform in the long-term,
at least not in it its raw format, for a commercial electric
Electric vehicle design should start with a white board. Vehicle
design before the advent of electric vehicles has followed a
consistent evolutionary path for over a century now, and that path
needs to end so a new one can begin.
It is time to rethink what an electric vehicle is, and how it
integrates into the world at large. Vehicles no longer need be
designed around an internal combustion engine and a fuel tank.
Electric motors and power sources need not be confined to
traditional design restrictions. Electric vehicle design is less
complex than internal combustion vehicle providing for more
flexibility and new opportunity.
When we came to the ReVolt project, we identified a fork
opportunity in the project path. In one direction we pursued the
refinement of ALYI's original BMW R71 clone design. In the other
direction we initiated the ongoing future design process for the
ReVolt maximum occupancy, affordable, rugged, long-range, electric
motorcycle with a retro aesthetic.
The ReVolt for the African boda boda market will ultimately be
an entirely new electric motorcycle reflecting the retro BMW R71
aesthetic designed with interchangeable modular components that
provide operators with both a diverse range of economic engagement
opportunities and customization options.
The boda boda ReVolt production motorcycle will provide
operators the opportunity to own the motorcycle frame while
selecting from a range of modular components to bolt onto the frame
that can be leased or purchased. The modularity facilitates
customization and the leasing aspect reduces the upfront expense
required to get into operation. The leasing option also enables
rapid adoption of future technological advances.
But fear not, the BMW R71 electric clone will live on. In
respect to ALYI's roots and retro brand, U.S. motorcycle
enthusiasts will be able to purchase converted BMW R71 clones or
conversion kits to electrify on their own BMW R71 clones.
Ongoing EV Design
Electric vehicles (EV)
require less airflow with no requirement to cool an internal
combustion engine. With reduce grill requirements, opportunities
for aerodynamic efficiencies improve and will be needed to
compensate for battery life challenges.
With a strong demand for connectivity, software and user
interfaces become an important aspect of EV design. With the
reduced complexity of EV design compared to internal combustion
engine design comes a reduced need for switches, buttons and
gauges. EV interiors and exteriors are likely to change
dramatically from what we are currently familiar with in internal
Purchase paradigms will also change. EV systems are likely to be
engaged in components rather than as a whole. Batteries and motors
may well be leased or purchase separately from EV frames.
Government standards for EV's will impact design. Safety will
certainly be one area of regulatory impact but what about battery
Today, we are exploring opportunities with Samsung SDI and
Gegadyne for battery solutions as well as with ALYI's own in house
battery research initiatives. Battery and fuel cell technology is
rapidly advancing. So, it is important to compartmentalize power
sources for future adoption into pre-existing EV designs.
Our experience with the ReVolt Electric Motorcycle is being
codified into our future EV design process and integrated into
ALYI's overall electric mobility design eco-system.
The ReVolt Electric Motorcycle is just the starting place for
ALYI's long-term electric mobility vision. Instead of designing
specific future products in an isolated lab, ALYI has designed a
process to bring a community of stakeholders together with ALYI's
own design team to collectively contribute to the future of
electric mobility in Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond.
To motivate and inspire collaboration in a rational electric
mobility evolutionary process, ALYI has architected an annual
electric mobility symposium and conference around an electric auto
race as an anchor event. The annual event will generate revenue
contributing to the local economy, at the same time contributing to
the evolutionary development of future electric mobility
innovations. The expense of research and development will at least
be offset by revenue from the annual event and potentially,
research and development may become a profit center.
We cannot tell you how excited we are to participate in the
electric auto race event and corresponding design process. We know
you will understand and share our enthusiasm as you learn more
through future announcements.
To learn more about MODUS, please visit our website
at Home - Modus
For more information and to stay up to date on ALYI's latest
developments, please visit: http://www.alternetsystemsinc.com
Disclosure: I/we have no positions in any
stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the
next 72 hours.
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