Finally after frustrating delays beyond our control the first batch of chips arrive to the Wini office. John O’Loughlin Kennedy, the ineventor of the system has inspected each of the chips and has sent them to Limerick for the configuration and manufacture process. The configuration will take approximately 2 weeks. Once successfully configured we will start to contact the first batch of drivers to fit the transceiver. Watch this space for more updates.
Archive for June, 2010
As you all know we planned to start testing in May. However we have experienced frustrating delays in sourcing the electronic components for our transceivers. Chip supplies have started to arrive and will be delivered in batches over the next few months – this is due to a worldwide component shortage. We’ll contact drivers as the batches come in to install the chips and software. As the installation will be in installments the testing will take longer. We want to be sure everything is working for both the driver and customer before the official launch, so the anticipated launch will now be set for approximately October/November. We regret the delays – we are as eager as you to have the WINICab system up and running as soon as possible – but the priority is to get it right!
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The new york city taxi and limousine commission is searching for new taxi designs, the fully electric
unicab is one of the submissions.
The taxi seats four with three along the bench and one facing in reverse up front. Solar panels on top of the taxi along with brake energy conversion provide additional sources
of energy. The taxi is also wheel-chair accessible with a fully automated pull-out ramp. The driver is secluded in a their own compartment to provide them with more safety, while passengers have an infotainment center which displays routes and attractions along their route.