The company will showcase several eye-catching products at iTEC India 2019
Gamma Technologies (GT) is all geared up for the third edition of International Transportation Electrification Conference (iTEC) India 2019. The company, which has been at the forefront of powertrain development with its flagship system-level modelling platform GT-SUITE (also popularly known as GT-POWER) for the last 25 years, is excited to be part of the three-day event.
At iTEC India 2019, Gamma Technologies will be showcasing some of new products aimed at shortening the design cycle for xEV platforms like GT-AutoLion for predictive electrochemical battery modelling for life prediction of Li-Ion packs to enable original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to reduce battery testing and also have more confidence on warranties. Further, the company will also display GT-RealDrive for generating real world drive cycles based on live traffic and driver behavior. Gamma Technologies will exhibit GT-Drive+ that will help OEMs to select xEV powertrain and thermal system components to convert market needs into engineering requirements.
The company believes the success and adoption of xEVs will require education and indigenous innovations. "The business model for OEMs and the cost-of-ownership for users will not be in symbiosis until the initial capital cost for this technology is justified without subsidies," said Gamma Technologies.
And to ensure xEVs are adopted sans subsidies, the company has been working with academia to train or retrain their skill sets to meet today's needs, where the boundaries between engineering fields are blurred. It may be noted that in September, 2019 Gamma Technologies formed a “GT- COPE Center of Excellence for electric vehicle (EV) development”, where GT will be leveraged as a virtual platform to train engineers on the intricacies of EV sub-systems over a one-year period. The company has also entered into similar collaborations with the ARAI academy this year as well.