Ansys and TCS join forces to develop solutions for e-powertrain components
Ansys, with its simulation expertise, to support TCS EV CoE for Advanced Digital Engineering of EVs which will develop solutions for e-powertrain components like batteries, motors, inverters, power electronics and their integration on EVs.
Ansys, a global leader and innovator of engineering simulation software, and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), the leading global IT services, consulting, and business solutions organisation, have signed an MoU to bolster electric vehicle (EV) technology development. Under the agreement, TCS will develop a Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Advanced Digital Engineering for vehicle electrification in Pune, using Ansys’ simulation software.
This collaboration focuses on advancing emerging automotive technologies for electrification systems of hybrid and electric vehicles. TCS EV CoE together with Ansys will leverage advanced engineering simulation methods to accelerate vehicle electrification development for global automotive customers and enhance competencies to improve TCS market leadership. This CoE will develop solutions for e-powertrain components like batteries, motors, inverters, power electronics and their integration on EVs. Solutions such as battery electrochemistry have the potential to help reduce prototype builds and improve the range, performance, safety of EVs.
Rafiq Somani, Area Vice-President - India and South Asia Pacific, Ansys, said: “The collaboration of the automotive industry with major technology companies has the ability to deliver the most advanced, safest and most comfortable vehicles on the market. Ansys is excited to partner with TCS to provide our software and expertise to utilise in the centre of excellence.”
“TCS is committed to sustainable mobility and has been investing in developing capabilities and in partnerships to help our clients accelerate their electrification journeys. Our Electric Vehicle Centre of Excellence will build solutions that will more accurately simulate battery electrochemistry and key elements of the EV power train, enabling global automotive firms to speed up their product development and launch safer, longer range and more efficient EVs faster,” said Regu Ayyaswamy, Senior Vice-President and Global Head, IoT and Digital Engineering, TCS.
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