"We are impressed with Syncroness’ portfolio, which includes designing and managing the complete development-to-production process for a range of successful consumer products," says Rebecca Hough, director of sales and marketing for Evatran. "We also anticipate leveraging Syncroness’ expertise to help us comply with third-party approvals and standards."
The initial phase of the project contract between Evatran and Syncroness involves a three-week session to produce a nine-month plan to bring Plugless Power up to full production ability by 4Q 2010. "We are pleased to be working with Evatran’s highly experienced engineering team," said Jorg Lorscheider, chief marketing officer of Syncroness. "Recognizing the potential of Plugless Power, we are honored to be playing a pivotal role in defining this product’s long-term strategy."
Evatran anticipates a production-ready model of Plugless Power(TM) will be available to drivers by Fall 2010. For more on Evatran, visit
Evatran is the manufacturer of Plugless Power(TM), the world’s first "hands-free" charging system for electric vehicles. Utilizing a unique dual-component system based on inductive technology, Evatran’s Plugless Power(TM) will streamline the process of charging electric vehicles and extended-range hybrids by eliminating the nuisance of the cord and the plug. The result is an electric-vehicle charging system that is convenient, universal and reliable. Evatran’s customers are manufacturers, dealers, corporations, municipalities, utilities, residential developers, retailers, small businesses and drivers of electric or extended-range hybrid vehicles.
Syncroness, Inc. is a leader in strategic, outsourced engineering and industrial design for new product innovation. Based in Westminster, Colorado and Laguna Niguel, CA, Syncroness was recently rated as one of 500 fastest-growing technology companies in the US (Deloitte.) With a staff of 50 engineers and over 30 years of project experience, Syncroness develops successful products in medical, aerospace, scientific, transportation, security, consumer and industrial markets.