Dell'Orto's decision (link) to become a technical partner for the MotoE World Cup derived from the strategy of the Brianza-based company to extend from the production of mechanical components to the production of electronic ones to become a systems engineering company. Already involved in the Moto3 project, of which it is a technical partner for the engine control unit, Dell'Orto has set itself as one of the international main company for the electronic management of endothermic engines. Founded in 1933 in Seregno, today located in Cabiate (in the province of Como), the company has around 500 employees and has customers all over the world.
After switching from carburetors to throttle devices - first only mechanical and then also electronic - today Dell'Orto is experiencing a further evolutionary phase through vehicle control systems. An objective that the company pursues also far from the track, aiming to become the recognized supplier for the control systems of electric vehicles for urban mobility. To underline how strong is the connection between the commitment in MotoE and the path of technological innovation, Dell'Orto has put in charge of the MotoE project the direct of the research and development unit: Paolo Colombo, Innovation Manager, R&D Labs Manager and Moto3 Technical Leader. Read here what he told us. (link)