Claytex exhibit and present at LCV2015.
Battery Modelling for Future HEV and EV Product Development
Mike Dempsey, Managing Director of Claytex will present on how battery modelling can be applied to aid the development of passenger car hybrid electric (HEV) and pure battery electric (EV) powertrains.
Claytex exhibit at DSEI 2015.
Motorsport to Defence
We are very excited about meeting with engineers and technical directors from different organisations at DSEI to showcase our capabilities in systems engineering - modelling and simulation of systems.
Our technologies have been developed in Motorsport and applied in Formula 1, NASCAR and IndyCar for many years enabling the teams to evaluate detailed geometry changes or new technologies before arriving at the race track. The same technology is now being applied for road cars to enable a wide range of engineering activities including handling, active safety systems, ride, NVH and control system integrity.
Claytex exhibit and present at Modelica Conference 2015.
Claytex will present three papers at this year's conference:
1. High Fidelity Multibody Vehicle Dynamics Models for Driver-in-the-Loop Simulators
2. Modelling the effects of energy efficient glazing on cabin thermal energy & vehicle efficiency
3. Predicting the Effect of Gearbox Preconditioning on Vehicle Efficiency
Claytex exhibit at IET's Safety Assessment Seminar 2015.
The automotive industry has seen significant changes with products becoming more advanced and technology increasingly complex. With the increased uptake of hybrid and electric vehicles and the adoption of autonomous systems there are more failure modes to consider and a new edition of the ISO26262 standard is being produced.
On our stand we will be showcasing REQTIFY, our interactive application for requirements traceability across your existing toolchain.