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With leading Chinese automakers such as JMH wishing to develop vehicles with ever increasing levels of performance and refinement, Ricardo is able to provide a comprehensive range of vehicle integration and engineering capability, commented Ricardo Asia president Gary Tan.
These advantages combine to enable emerging smart energy applications that require greater amounts of granular data such as distribution automation, demand response, distributed generation, pre-paid metering, electric vehicle integration and Volt/Var monitoring.
Continental, which has 490/s ownership, will oversee battery systems and vehicle integration.
Al Oppenheiser, director of concept and vehicle integration for GM's Performance Division, stated that the ZL1 will be provided with an automatic transmission.
I need to get the word out to units using LRAS3 systems that vehicle integration kits (VIKs) are available for vehicles in theater.
General Dynamics UK president and managing director Dr Sandy Wilson said: "Bowman has allowed us to grow a valuable engineering capability in communications and vehicle integration.
According to Altairnano, the vehicle will be powered by the company's rechargeable lithium ion battery system, while Boshart will contribute its vehicle integration and EV conversion expertise.
DVE-FOS is a comprehensive suite of infrared sensors, displays, vehicle integration kits, and other equipment that enhances situational awareness by providing all-weather, day-or-night visibility to operators of combat and logistics vehicles.