Invention, Intellectual Property and Business Models

The Aerolongboard is a new concept of Electric Longboard because it combines a very light board, with two powerful BLDCs motors powered by a 6S3P battery pack of 18650 of the best quality. The longboard works with DIY Electronics made to also be able to control the Longboard with Force Sensitive Resistors but because I knew that it would not be easy to configure this kind of system because it would vary a lot depending of the weight of the person, I also gave to the longboard the option to be controlled with a an App made with Blynk which can be download from the app store and google playstore.

Will it be open source?

I decided to use Creative Commons because I think that when I learn, it is fair to give back at least a bit of knowledge. I will continue with the development of an ESC, and also post it as open-source. After that, I would like to develop my brand and start to sell a completely DIY Longboard with some copyright or patent (depending of the patents pending that I am probably using without really knowing).
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As I mentioned before, for the moment, this project has been made to learn, and earn something even more important than money, the know-how. Once I will feel that I am ready to comercialize the Longboard, I would like to sell the Longboard on kickstarter to finance the mass production. My aim market will not really be Peru, I think that the aim is the united states and europe because here in Peru there is more a culture of products where you can sit. There is only a very small market of people that would like to pay between 800$ and 1200$ for an electric longboard.


This is the video of my final Project showing my Longboard Development and testing.

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