Drive System Design (DS) charges to Green Auto Summit 2021 with its Open Inverter Platform
Company shows a faster route in the rush to bring electric propulsion to market
Leading electrified powertrain engineering consultancy, Drive System Design (DSD), will highlight its Open Inverter Platform as the centrepiece of its presence at the Green Auto Summit taking place 25-26 October in Stuttgart, Germany.
Drive System Design (DSD) specialises in the rapid engineering and development of electrified propulsion systems and associated technologies. The company offers unparalleled proficiency in systems integration, simulation lead design, efficiency enhancement and development testing of propulsion systems.
Its award-winning engineering team works directly and collaboratively with automotive, commercial vehicle, aerospace and defence original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), Tier-1s and industry research bodies through its technical centres in the UK and North America.
With this combination of expertise and state-of-the-art testing equipment, DSD can swiftly provide innovative and optimised solutions across the design, analysis and control of transmission systems and electrified powertrains.
Making its debut at the Green Auto Summit, the company is taking part in the event designed to empower automotive manufactures to tackle the challenges of decarbonisation. It looks at the impact of regulations on rising electric vehicle (EV) demand, new standards and targets, as well as the various powertrain scenarios of the future.
Taking visitors through its market-leading solution, the consultancy will show how its propriety Open Inverter Platform combines highly capable and customisable inverter hardware with flexible, modular, and easily configurable plug and play software.
Solving the dilemma posed by rapid product development, but relying on compromised ‘off-the-shelf’ solutions, DSD’s Open Inverter Platform provides a quick route to the delivery of working vehicles.