Automotive

Thorough Review in the Design Stage

Modern automobiles use many electrical devices for various functions including opening and closing windows, positioning and reclining seats, power steering, and engine control. JMAG has contributed to the development of the motors and actuators that are commonly used to control these electrical devices. JMAG is also used for the development of hybrid cars and power electronics essential for FCV and EV which appear to be the key to resolving global warming.
The motors and sensors used for automobiles are required to have high reliability as well as high performance. These requirements must be met within time and cost constraints of a competitive environment. To achieve these goals, it is critical to examine prototypes thoroughly during the design stage. JMAG supports the design process of automobiles by offering excellent modeling and analysis capabilities.




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