Safer, cleaner and smarter mobility
We work with a variety of automotive customers across the globe to develop the energy-efficient electric and hybrid vehicles, products and systems of tomorrow. And our teams of expert engineers are at the forefront, using extensive simulation and modelling to develop safer, cleaner and smarter vehicles. Join us and you’ll be working alongside experienced engineers who’ve developed a number of electric vehicle programmes. You’ll have access to the latest virtual tools and state-of-the-art facilities. And, whether you’re developing efficient electric or hybrid vehicles, powertrain or battery systems, you’ll contribute to the development of the next generation of vehicles.
Thermal and Energy Management
Thermal system design is vital in maximising the energy efficiency of electric vehicles. From heat pump systems, to cabin HVAC and battery control, our teams are pioneers in thermal engineering. Join us and you’ll be using sophisticated new technologies to meet our clients’ needs. So, you could be looking at external aerodynamic and front-end cooling airflow, under-bonnet and underfloor thermal management, or cooling systems for electric and hybrid vehicle battery pack and power electronics. You might be analysing powertrain cooling circuit, investigating cabin thermal comfort or developing HVAC systems. Or you may be involved in developing total thermal management systems. In short, you’ll be instrumental in advancing this innovative area of vehicle development.
We develop bespoke battery packs and battery management systems for a variety of automotive, commercial and defence vehicle applications. From parallel and series hybrid, range-extended and fully electric systems to fuel cell powertrains. So, join us and you’ll have the chance to design and work with all major cell types, with a focus on performance, efficiency and driveability. That means developing solutions that take into account crashworthiness, electrical and functional safety, weight, volume, thermal demands, durability and reliability. And you’ll have access to our advanced battery testing facility, with the capacity to test a range of cells, modules and high-voltage battery packs robustly and safely.
As electrical and hybrid vehicle technologies continue to advance rapidly, our innovative engineers ensure we keep pace. It’s about harnessing the latest technologies to meet our clients’ needs. So, join us and you’ll be at the forefront of systems engineering, developing unique solutions for each vehicle. You could be developing integrated systems through the entire lifecycle from network architecture design to finished product. Or you might be involved in developing individual components. Whatever your role on any given project, you’ll ensure we continue to deliver complex solutions that are innovative, robust and reliable.
In line with our reputation for constant innovation, we’re at the forefront of research and development of hydrogen fuelled vehicles. We work with a variety of vehicle manufacturers to design, develop and test hydrogen fuel cells. In fact, in 2021, we partnered with Viritech, who moved onto our Midlands campus to collaborate in developing one of the world’s first hydrogen hypercars.
As vehicles become increasingly connected, the potential risks associated with automated and electronic propulsion systems are also increasing. Join our systems validation group and you’ll be involved in analysing, testing and verifying the safety, security and strength of a variety of systems and products. It’s about identifying potential risks at the earliest possible stage to reduce unnecessary costs. It’s about working with our design and development teams to produce effective solutions. And ultimately, it’s about producing safer, smarter vehicles that people can trust.