Electro mechanical systems engineering

Electrification | Scalable | Efficient​

Electro mechanical systems engineering

Electro mechanical systems engineering

Electrification | Scalable | Efficient​

Towards the Future of Mobility – The Need to Stay Prepared​

Towards the Future of Mobility – The Need to Stay Prepared​

Automotive product engineering is experiencing a significant ecosystem transformation. Advanced connectivity, autonomy, electrification, and ride-sharing constantly challenge how OEMs approach automotive design, engineering, and manufacturing. In addition, more features are introducing more complexity within the automotive electronics framework. Automotive electro-mechanical design, engineering, prototyping, and testing are the notable areas that offer the potential for value creation and innovation in this fast-changing market landscape.

With time, the race to implement more smart and powerful electrical systems within vehicles will compel OEMs to take ownership of the entire vehicle design from the ground up and understand how to optimize electrical components. ​

Towards the Future of Mobility – The Need to Stay Prepared​
Changing Automotive Landscape Introducing New Challenges in Electro-Mechanical Engineering​  ​

Changing Automotive Landscape Introducing New Challenges in Electro-Mechanical Engineering​ ​

Changing Automotive Landscape Introducing New Challenges in Electro-Mechanical Engineering​  ​

With EVs fast gaining traction in the automotive space, the demand for integrated high voltage electrical distribution systems for alternative drive trains like full electric, hybrid, and fuel-cell driven vehicles is increasing. In such circumstances, OEMs need to ensure that a vehicle's mechanical and structural design is aligned with the evolving electrical architecture requirements to negate issues like wiring bundle diameters and minimum bend radii. Furthermore, with electrical and mechanical engineers working in tandem, E/E system packaging, design change control, and release management will be indispensable in maintaining design integrity and data coherency required for seamless EV mobility.

Alternatively, when the design and implementation of E/E systems for vehicles are taken into consideration, OEMs and suppliers are faced with several challenges, such as

  • New safety considerations for HV systems guided by regulations
  • Multiple voltage levels for vehicle powertrain and other on-vehicle devices require the separation of wiring systems through verification and automated testing of electrical system design.
  • Previously unrelated systems are fast becoming interdependent such as braking power electronics and energy storage in EV braking systems.​
  • Packaging challenges increase as OEMs try and fit the largest HV battery within the vehicle to cater to increased power requirements. ​

Electrical Systems Engineering Service

Electro mechanical systems engineering
Electrical Design​
  • Circuit Design
  • Embedded System Design
  • Robotics, Automation and Motion Control​
  • Electrical Networks and Communication​
  • Battery Systems and Power management​
  • Electrical Component Selection​
  • Module Strategy​
  • Electrical CAE/Simulation​
  • Electrical Database management
Mechanical Design​
  • Enclosure Design
  • Electrical Module Packaging
  • Wiring Harness Design​
  • Built to Print Drawing
  • CAD Database management
  • VA/VE Cost Analysis
  • DFMEA/DFM/DFA/DFS
  • Engineering Release
  • Design for Change Management
  • CAE: Structural / Thermal / Fluid Management ​
Manufacturing
  • Supplier Selection 
  • Supplier RFQ
  • Supplier Management
  • Sourcing Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Program Management
  • Tooling  Management
  • Quality Management
  • Production Support​

Differentiators​

  • One-stop solution for Electric vehicles and EV Ecosystems – Electrical, Software, and Mechanical
  • Industry experience and exposure to dynamic EV projects 
  • Global presence and delivery, state-of-the-art technology base
  • EV HILS testing - Reusable test framework

Benefits

  • Reduced cycle time from prototype to manufacturing 
  • Integrated services approach with niche services
  • Solution accelerators to drive tangible results 
  • Reduced validation time with improved testing methodologies

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