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Automotive Product Finder Magazine | Altair signs memorandum of understanding with ICAT Manesar
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USA-based global technology company Altair has signed an MoU with International Centre for Automotive Technology of India (ICAT), Manesar. ICAT is an organisation set up under the aegis of the National Automotive Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project (NATRIP), and the Government of India in the areas of automotive testing, certification and R&D services.
The MoU states co-operation between the two entities for addressing the simulation and testing needs of the existing and emerging mobility industry. Altair envisions application of its simulation technologies for traction motors of electric vehicles (motor drives or controls), ADAS enabling technology, optimisation driven design technology and processes for both e-mobility and the conventional vehicles industry. The MoU intends to set-up a joint working arrangement to realise their respective visions with the help of mutual support and cooperation.
Speaking on the occasion of signing of the MoU, Dinesh Tyagi, Director, ICAT said, “We are happy to sign an MoU with one of the most reputable, leading experts in the world for simulation and design technologies. Altair has agreed to leverage ICAT as a testing and development agency. Apart from joint promotional events, Altair will also provide assistance to ICAT on projects related to structural design simulation and performance optimisation. We are glad to work with Altair and hope for a stronger association in the times to come.”
International Centre For Automotive Technology Of India
National Automotive Testing And R And D Infrastructure Project
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