Ricardo named by Infineon as preferred design house for mobility in U.S.

Ricardo named by Infineon as preferred design house for mobility in U.S.
11 April 2016

As a preferred design house Ricardo will help the U.S. automotive and mobility industry apply Infineon’s innovative, secure semiconductors and software.

Ricardo, Inc. today announced that Infineon Technologies has designated the company as a preferred design house to support its automotive products in the U.S. As a global leader in automotive electronics, Infineon provides solutions for the complete control loop that contributes to more sustainable mobility in the United States. 

“Whether the application is for reduced fuel consumption and emissions, improved safety or affordability – our goal is to ensure successful development and integration for body, powertrain, safety, hybrid and electric, connected and autonomous vehicle applications,” said Shawn Slusser, vice president, Automotive Segment from Infineon. “Having a credible design house to deliver support from experts that are experienced with our products ensures that our customers in the automotive value chain have confidence in the final product and create successful innovations.”

In addition to development and application services at any phase from design and validation through to launch, Ricardo will also act as a software distributor, offer software support packages and technical interface for hardware support on Infineon components – as well as on-site or webinar training. Ricardo has a long history of proven vehicle development services for engines, transmissions, hybrid & electric vehicles as well as complete vehicle and intelligent transportation systems.

“Ricardo delivers trusted technical application experience to create new technology with Infineon components across all vehicle electronic modules,” added Clive Wotton, president of Ricardo, Inc. “Infineon’s customers can leverage our hybrid and electric vehicle systems and powertrain product design expertise, as well as integration expertise for connected and autonomous vehicles.”



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