In the realm of evolving electrification in automotive industry, there’s a rising demand for advanced EV integrated building systems. These intricate systems require seamless systems integration management because of diverse testing needs. Without their expertise, constructing an automotive test cell would be challenging, risking costly errors and delays.
The transition from Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) to Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) represents a profound shift in the automotive industry, impacting the U.S. supply chain. As this transition continues, the entire ecosystem of automotive components, systems, and services will be impacted, creating an opportunity for entities specializing in testing services and systems integration, like ACS.
ACS is a prominent provider of test facilities, test cells, equipment, and controls for vehicle development and certification. We specialize in battery, and hybrid testing, collaborating with clients to design and construct test stands, controls, test cells, and facilities for developing and testing various EV components, including batteries, inverters, and e-motors.
At ACS, we offer an abundance of services tailored to the design and implementation of test stands, test cells, and facilities, ensuring the safe testing of a wide range of electric battery products. Our expertise is built upon the successful completion of numerous electrification projects by our multidisciplinary teams.
Safety is the top priority in product design, testing, and manufacturing when using alternative fuels. Testing equipment with moving parts, high-pressure fluids, and flammable materials carries inherent risks, particularly in research and development. The shift to new alternative fuel technologies presents unique safety challenges, such as transitioning from diesel to battery power or natural gas to hydrogen. To address these risks, companies should proactively implement strong safety measures in their research and development processes instead of reacting to emergencies.