QuickChat: Reduce Fuel Consumption and Engineering Costs with Electrohydraulic Pump Control and Software

Oct. 26, 2023
Enrique Busquets of Bosch Rexroth and Sara Jensen of Power & Motion sit down to discuss everything you need to know about electrifying a mobile fleet.

Compact off-highway machines should be maneuverable, versatile and energy-efficient. Conventional work hydraulics have stood in the way of this development because their rigidity always forces compromises on manufacturers. By electrifying your mobile fleet, your machines have higher efficiency, better dynamics and individual behavior. 

In this QuickChat, Enrique Busquets, Engineering Director at Bosch Rexroth, sits down with Sara Jensen, Technical Editor of Power & Motion, to discuss benefits of electronifying a mobile fleet, the implementation process, and the role that software plays.

For more information, visit the Bosch Rexroth YouTube channel.

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