Surbhi Ashri

Surbhi Ashri

Surbhi is a patent professional who is working towards donning the role of a businesswoman and philanthropist. She enjoys learning about developments in the field of medical science. A pen collector, she enjoys feeding gourmet meals to pigeons.

Trikes Power up with Solar, Wind

In the fourth of our five-part blog series on three-wheel electric hybrid bikes, we discuss cutting edge patented technologies on battery life. There are quite a few e-bikes entering the market today, most offering an average travel of 40 miles per charged battery. While exchanging drained batteries with recharged ones isn’t a concept in the market yet, these three-wheel hybrid […]

Love to Innovate? Trikes Need Ideas

Perfect stability while tilting, absolute support while breaking, a tadpole style which ensures comfortable vehicle gait – all of these form important active safety systems in three-wheel electric vehicles. However, there are some safety systems that form an integral part of passenger safety in three-wheel electric vehicles, which, surprisingly, haven’t grabbed the eyeballs of inventors much. In the third of […]

No more Accidents when you Tilt

When Toyota put up its i-Road for testing in 2014, it was more as an answer to urban road traffic gridlock. Sized as large as the larger fleet of motorbikes, it has seats for two people like any conventional bike – just that the entire seating was enclosed in a cockpit. With absolute competition driving in through Piaggio’s MP3 and […]

Tilt Like a Pro in these Electric Tadpoles

Rising fuel costs and depleting natural fuel resources is driving the concept of electric vehicles as a cleaner transportation alternative. While the world is still steeped in its car culture, it is slowly beginning to embrace the coming age of electric vehicles. In fact, there is an increasing interest in smaller, but efficient and highly comfortable electric vehicles, which is […]

Drones Aim for 30-Minute Delivery of Orders

At a time when Amazon is still battling it out with the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) to get the required clearance to allow its drones to fly and delivery packages to customers, Australian companies Zookal and Flirtey have joined hands to deploy hexacopters to tackle postal costs. However, today if drones are moving out of the military zone and entering […]