The throttle and braking curve should follow algorithms, and be adjusted on sliding scale. There can be effective traction control. And to include under braking, if one side locked up, it could release some braking in that wheel.
This could add immeasurably to wet surface control.
But back to throttle and braking curves, those same curves could travel up the speed scale, or have two curves, that transition over a range. And then be fine tuned by a scale of one to ten.
This would have the effect of making the human think they are AWESOME. And improve safety. Such that you would of course have great effect on overall starting and stopping etc, but the vesc would judge how much throttle or braking can be sustained. With a G meter internal. This could also trigger an led, that flashes etc, red in rear when braking.
This could also act as a training device, where you would practice bracing against braking, to improve your resistance, to add further braking for safety. As you graduate from one setting to the next.
There is much that could be done to make going fast more safe. But one great one, is the vesc. Its actions could improve the feel of Eboarding more than any other product.
And how easy would it be, to sell safety to parents of renegade board builders? Add another hundred to the build cost, sure, if it will significantly improve safety.
And so, as you ride your board, you would use a heavy hand in calling for throttle and braking, and the vesc tames your asks into doable actions.
Also, add a button that triggers range anxiety. Where you can scale back throttle curve, to get you to your charging station. Slower but safer.
What say you?