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A hybrid vehicle is a one that uses two or more distinct power sources for propulsion. Hydraulic hybrid systems follow the same operating raceme as the electric hybrid vehicle systems. They exploit regenerative braking to collect and store energy for later use.

Simple explanation of a regenerative braking hydraulic hybrid system.

Kinetic energy produced while breaking is used to charge the high pressure accumulator as stored energy. 

When accelerating this stored energy is metered out to assist in driving the vehicle forward. 






"Mechatronic Control Unit" (MCU) is our own creation, the interface unit that controls the hybrid propulsion unit, modes of operation and blending of multiple power sources. 

ITS sophisticated control unit is what gives "ITS" hybrid system a leading edge over their competitors.

The operation is a trade secret and will be guarded by only manufacturing the unit in Australia by ITS trusted sources.

The same unit is used in both electric and hydraulic hybrid systems. On going development will see the integration of GPS and map reading capabilities to compliment and expand the MCU modes of operation.

MCU operates completely independent of the vehicles engine control unit.

Image below is the compact drive unit from the Hydraulic Drive Assist (HDA) hybrid system designed and developed by Cliff Hall of Innovative Transport Solutions Pty Ltd. 


Image below is our heavy duty  hybrid drive unit 2.  

This "Hydraulic Drive Assist" hybrid system is virtually indestructible.  


Hydraulic Motor



The hart of our unique "Hydraulic Drive Assist" (HDA) hybrid system is the SAI variable displacement radial piston hydraulic motor. Our competitors use an axial piston hydraulic motor.

The SAI product differs from those of other radial piston hydraulic motors due to its:
· Swivelling cylinder 
· Piston retaining ring 
· Axial rotary valve
· Interchangeable distributors.