years of R&D by Getrag, Hawker Energy, Lockheed Martin, Kollmorgen,
Vectrix of Canada, and one of America's foremost design studios, a breakthrough
transportation package of outstanding beauty and technological innovation
is about to change the picture of inner urban commuting.
is one of the most inventive and talented new industrial designers
on the U.S. scene. A major team player on the Vectrix Electric
Scooter project, Rob and his design group are responsible for
creating all of the product development aspects of this unique
vehicle including ideation, concept, clay modeling, wind tunnel
testing, pre-production prototypes, production tooling, and
marketing of this outstanding vehicle which debuted in Miami,
Florida in November 2003.
Scooter is a state
of the art, 70 mph high-tech electric vehicle, the design
of which required leading edge computer software that
would support rapid production in a narrow time window
once the go-ahead was given by the client. RoBrady
Design performed its task exceeding timeline
and design parameters. Based
in Sarasota Florida, Rob's studio is a buzz of creative
activity on a number of innovative products for Centennial
Technologies, Kysor, AT&T, Evans and Sutherland, Volvo
Penta, Mastercraft Boats and Suzuki.
of Vectrix for the world market begins April of 2004 in
Rob Brady's creative vision abilities (few know that he designed
Yamaha's boats) Yamaha received the 1999 Watercraft of the Year
Award; a sterling testimony to Rob's talent.