This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 875504


EVEKTOR, spol. s r. o. (Ltd.) is a design and engineering organisation focused 
on the aeronautical and automotive industry. EVE provides complete 
development of the products including prototype production and their testing. Its 
activities range from design of single parts through automotive design to the design of airplanes. EVE is a 
holder of Design Organisation Approval (DOA) according to EASA Part 21, Subpart J. Nowadays, EVE 
employs more than 290 professionals in 6 branch offices throughout the Czech Republic and achieved a 
turnover of about 15 million euros in 2017. EVE has much experience with using advanced design 
techniques and integrated design systems including virtual aircraft prototyping/simulations and concurrent 
engineering approaches as well as advanced methods to facilitate remote team collaboration and knowledge 
management. In the process of development, EVE uses 3D CAD systems including CATIA V5, 
Pro/Engineer and others. For stress analysis EVE uses method of finite elements (pre-processing in systems 
ANSA, FEMAP, PATRAN, ANSYS), systems for linear and non-linear analyses MSC/NASTRAN, 
ANSYS, MARC. For aerodynamic analyses, the CFD codes Star CCM+ and OpenFOAM (together with 
ANSA, and EnSight for pre- and post-processing) are used. Moreover, its own in-house codes for airplane 
load, performance, control and stability analyses were developed and used. EVE’s rapid prototyping 
workshop uses a group of technologies for the rapid production of parts that are fully functional and with 
their mechanical properties are very similar to the final product, which they can even replace. These 
technologies, also widely used in EVE, include vacuum casting technology and 3D printing by FDM 

Role in the project

EVE is a WP7 leader as well as the leader in the following tasks: T1.1 Definition of overall system design and T1.6 Definition of Technology Assessment within WP1 and T7.1 Technology Impact Assessment in WP7. EVE will contribute also into the many other tasks in the work packages WP2, WP3, WP4, WP5 and WP6. Within these tasks, EVE cooperates in the field of CEM and thermal analyses and contributes to the solutions of the tasks from airframer’s position (EMI and human exposition limits, airborne equipment integration, safety and trade-off analyses, optimizations, requirement specification, etc. EVE’s electric aircraft SportStar EPOS77 will be provided to the EASIER consortium as a flight 

Personnel involved

  • Zdeněk Řezníček (male - Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering) – Senior R&D Engineer – Head of EMC & 
    CEM group in Engineering Services Division –Expertise in Electromagnetics and EMC modelling and 
    simulations, projects leader.
  • Pavel Růžička (male - Ph.D. in Aircraft Design) – Senior Aerodynamicist – Head of CFD Department –
    Expertise in Aerodynamic simulations, experimental flow analyses and thermal balance analyses 
    including heat transfer analyses.
  • Stanislav Dulina (male - University of Žilina) – Senior Electrical Engineer – Designer in Engineering 
    Services Division – Expertise in design of HW control systems and components, electrical powertrains, 
    and electronics.

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Location :

Kunovice, Czech Republic