DHX Electric Machines, Inc. was founded in 2014 to commercialize the patented, proprietary micro-feature enhanced DwHX cooling technology developed in MayorLab at Georgia Tech. DHX holds an exclusive worldwide license to manufacture, market, and sell electric machines incorporating Direct-winding Heat Exchange and Variable Density Micro-Feature Heat Exchanger technologies from the Georgia Tech Research Corporation.
Operations commenced in August 2014 on the Georgia Tech campus. DHX started earning motor development revenue right away with a multinational elevator company contract. After concluding an Angle round the company transitioned to a 20,000 sq.ft building in August 2015, in Braselton/Hoschton, Georgia, equipped with lean manufacturing assembly cells, CNC machine tools, custom production and testing equipment for motors sized up to 3000 kW.
DHX started selling Hawk 20, 40, and 60 beta prototype motors to micro-entrepreneurs & businesses in 2016. The Hawk motors have been deployed in military amphibious vehicles, electric motorcycles, autonomous agriculture platforms, electric race cars, boats, yachts, academic labs, eATVs, golf carts, and electric utility vehicles.
The PEREGRiNE series P20, P40, P60 was developed in 2020 and released in 2021 as the next generation of low voltage motors incorporating technology from custom product development contracts. High voltage KESTREL K20, K40, K60 motors for industrial applications were developed and released in parallel with the PEREGRiNE series. Batch manufacturing started early 2021. DHX is currently taking orders from select alpha+ testers for PEREGRiNE and KESTREL motors. For more information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DHX has developed custom motors for clients ranging from large corporations to niche technology companies funded by government agencies including the U.S. Department of Energy, NSF, NASA, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Space Force, and the U.S. Navy.
DR. J.RHETT MAYOR
As a leading engineer scientist in the field of electro-mechanical design and micro-manufacturing, Dr. Mayor focuses on advanced electro-mechanical design efforts towards advanced power electronics cooling and electric machines design; micro-manufacturing; micro-power generation; and sustainable energy systems. Dr. Mayor has extensive entrepreneurial experience with product-oriented technology startups and in leading & managing advance research and development projects. He is a tenured Associate Professor at the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the President of DHX Electric Machines, Inc.
Dr. Mayor has presented numerous invited seminars and keynote addresses on topics within the field of micro-manufacturing, electric machines, and energy systems. In addition to teaching at undergraduate, graduate, and corporate education levels in the U.S., he has lectured courses in China, France, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa. He has published over 120 papers in archival journals and peer-reviewed conference proceedings and is a member of the ASME, IEEE and a senior member of the SME.
Su Mayor specializes in managing operations of high value engineering startups and mid-size technology companies. She oversaw the administration of a multi-million dollar defense contract engineering startup, Powerix Technologies, LLC that performed innovative micro-meso combustion engine power systems research for military organizations such as DARPA DSO, SOCOM, and the U.S. Air Force. She is experienced in administration, accounting, auditing, human resources, project management, property management, production scheduling, and supply chain operations.