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Join LHP at ATE 2016

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.


Join LHP at ATE 2016

The Suburban Collection Showplace | October 25-27, 2016

We are the Engine Control Test Experts!


We’ve brought our best people and products to ATE so you can see LHP prototyping and testing tools in action. During the show, we’ll 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 isn’t 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, we’re here.


Visit us at booth #8050 & find us at our break-out speaking sessions


Session 1
A Rapid Control Prototyping Solution for Engine Research and Development
Engine Expo
Wednesday, October 26- 11:45 a.m.

Dan White, Product Platform's Chief Engineer, will describe how LHP Engineering Solutions designed a rapid prototyping system using the National Instruments Compact RIO controller that provides independent control of exhaust and intake valve lift at 0.1 crank degree resolution. The solution demonstrates how the research team uses LHP Panthera RCP Suite to build Simulink models to test various valve profiles in real-time.


Session 2
Future-Proof, Sustainable, Engine Controls for Tomorrow’s Test Cells
Engine Expo
Wednesday, October 26- 1:25 p.m.

During this presentation, LHP Platform Division President, Vince Socci, will outline engine control architectures and test platforms to maximize each of these requirements to enable today’s performance and achieve tomorrow’s needs. Learn to mitigate risks and maximize the capabilities of your engine test cells.

Interested in learning more about LHP Platform products and capabilities?
Email platform@lhpes.com to talk to a Platform Team member today!

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