Award-winning in electro-mechanical driveline design, Romax Technology has established the New Energy Vehicle Propulsion Engineering Centre (NeVPEC) in Hangzhou, China, which is aimed at providing high-end e-drive design, development and verification services to the region’s market and beyond.
This recent expansion follows the company’s growth in providing electro-mechanical design and driveline solutions to the Electric Vehicle (EV) market, through its eDRIVE offering. Already established in China via three global offices, Romax is perfectly placed to support China’s strong growth in the EV market and its surge of activity in the domestic auto industry.
NeVPEC has been born out of Romax’s technical expertise and delivered through the Wanxiang Innovation and Entrepreneurship platform, bringing together global knowledge and local resources to deliver electro-mechanical driveline integration and development for new energy vehicles.
Dr Xiaobing Hu, Director at Romax Technology says, ‘This is a very exciting time for Romax as we are taking our New Product Introduction (NPI) Platforms and services in driveline design and development to the global EV market. The new centre marks a key step in being able to serve our key regional clients in the development and optimisation of their EV powertrains locally. Romax, together with its NeVPEC, have formulated a world-leading design and development team delivering electrified driveline development, advanced coupling simulation of motor and gearbox systems, manufacturing techniques and testing/verification services.’
NeVPEC is specifically equipped with an advanced CAE simulation platform and state of the art high-speed testing facilities including bearing and vehicle chassis testing facilities and electric testing bench services.