Sometimes it is necessary to make risky decisions that help boost the growth of the brand and the future of the sector. There are many firms that have found that their work model was archaic, especially seeing that the production processes were not carried out in the right way. Therefore, in the case of JLand Rover have put on the table their extensive trajectory andn the automotive world to invest in a future of connected and electrified cars that allow to achieve the goals established by users.
In the case of this large British group, they have decided to design a new test center, where they will work on future electric and radio interference models for the next generation of vehicles. In the case of Gaydon’s electromagnetic compatibility centre in the UK, it will be responsible for ensuring that upcoming vehicles comply with current and future legislation, as well as connectivity and electronics quality standards. The new Range Rover Sport, which hit the market in May, it was the first vehicle to complete a bespoke testing programme at our facility.
This nJaguar Land Rover’s workplace incorporates an electrically quiet taxiway that allows engineers to test vehicles at high speeds, as well as equipment to evaluate the performance of individual components, such as batteries or electric motors. All this will be enhanced with two anechoic chambers.
Peter Phillips, Senior Manager of Electromagnetics and Compliance at Jaguar Land Rover, commented that with this new large laboratory they will design the models suitable for the future of the automotive: “We cannot underestimate the importance of electromagnetic compatibility testing of our vehicles. The opening of these new test facilitiess is a big step forward for the company and will be crucial in delivering the highest quality, meet legal requirements and meet the needs of customers.”
When two giants such as Jaguar and Land Rover decide to join, only models that are destined to set the benchmark in the sector can be produced. The extensive experience of both groups, help achieve carbon neutrality across its supply chain, products and operations by 2039.