Dave Glass, LHP's CEO recently completed a podcast series with PTC through their Windchill blog. The Connected Engineer – PTC’s new podcast series aimed at the people who turn napkin sketches into reality. Host, Gavin Quinlan, cuts through the hype to talk truth with engineers, designers, and innovators about the product design challenges they are facing today and the trends of tomorrow.
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LHP Engineering Solutions, a U.S. based engineering services provider, and Model Engineering Solutions (MES), a German based vendor of quality tools for model-based development, are pleased to announce an exclusive partnership. This partnership will allow LHP to present MES’s unique training materials in the U.S.
LHP can help companies go from “oh no” to “let’s get smarter” with our certified Functional Safety Consultants. LHP is specialized in helping customers develop safety-critical electrical, electronic, and programmable electronic products and can help customers meet any functional safety standard.
LHP Engineering Solutions has been in the autonomous vehicle space for more than a year. LHP strives to deliver technological solutions that make the world a safer, smarter, and a more connected place. Passion surrounding the autonomous industry spurred when LHP’s CEO, David Glass, visited Columbus, IN basketball star Josh Speidel following an auto accident where he suffered a traumatic brain injury and other bodily injuries after his own car was struck by an SUV.
We are proud to announce that LHP Panthera® RCP Suite has been recognized as a 2017 Finalist for LabVIEW Tool Network Product of the Year in the category of Application Enablement.
LHP will demonstrate how the traditional engineering V-model can be transformed into a diamond to encompass enterprise-wide solutions.
Under the new agreement, LHP will offer training and certification under TÜV NORD`s market leading “Functional Safety Certified Automotive Engineer” (FSCAE) program.
Join LHP at the 13th annual Automotive Testing Expo (ATE) where the latest technologies and services that are being used in the automotive production process will be on display. Over 300 exhibitors will be in attendance to showcase state-of-the-art technologies that are improving vehicle standards, reliability, durability, safety and quality. The Suburban Collection Showplace|October 25-27, 2016 We are the Engine Control Test Experts! Weve brought our best people and products to ATE so you can see LHP prototyping and testing tools in action. During the show, well provide hands-on demos of our Panthera Rapid Controls Prototyping Suite and RCP Evaluation Kit Accelerating the development and testing of embedded controls for high-precision and high-reliability automotive applications isnt all we do at LHP. MIL/SIL/PIL/HIL? Of course. Functional safety and lifecycle application support? Double-check. Analytics in the Age of IoT? Yes, were here. Visit us at booth #8050 find
LHPs Data Analytics team has partnered with the Columbus Chamber of Commerce on the piloting of technology introductions for school students. Cool Coding Awareness Week is scheduled to kick-off October 24-30. For one week,trainers from Eleven Fifty Academy will deliver age-appropriate lessons about computer coding to 1000 Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation students, working alongside teachers, out-of-school educators and a small army of volunteers. Instructors will be at Lincoln, Mt. Healthy, Smith and Taylorsville Elementary Schools, Central Middle School and CSA New Tech High School. LHP has commited to providing 45 hours of hands-on instruction during the classroom sessions. Outside of the classroom, LHP plans to conduct a workshop at kidscommons, using remote-controlled cars and Raspberry Pi processors. Cool Coding Awareness Week: Grades K-1: Learn about the computer languages that drive the hardware Grades 2-6: Learn the basics of computer coding
LHP will be in Indianapolis, IN on Thursday September 1st for The third annual Indy Big Data Conference The Tipping Point. This event brings visionaries from all sectors together to highlight the new tools and technologies that have recently hit the market. This years conference will be focused on creating a big data culture of success and exploring topics such as thinking and doing things differently than you or your organization have ever done before. By the year 2025, the Internet of Things is expected to generate between $3.9 to $11.1 Trillion of economic benefit per year. Embedded Controls Software and Analytics are expected to drive 85% of the IoT revenue, with IoT value derived from Business Transformation opportunities and through enabling new business models. To meet this challenge, companies must to bring together the people, processes, and tools from engineering and IT into seamless, connected solutions. Join Michael King from LHP Engineering Solutions as we demonstrate