For this October’s Internet of Things Solutions World Conference (IoTSWC) in Barcelona, Spain, LHP Engineering Solutions, in collaboration with the Industrial Internet Consortium’s (IIC) Automotive Security Task Group, is excited to unveil an automotive cybersecurity demonstrator platform. The demonstration is deployed on an Ev-GoKart chassis and highlights LHP’s open-framework automotive functional safety and cybersecurity platform.
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COLUMBUS, IN., October 02, 2018, /PRNewswire/ -- LHP Engineering Solutions (LHP), a global engineering services provider and technology integrator within the automotive industry, announced that the company was recognized in the 2018 Q3 Comparably Awards for ‘Best Companies for Work-Life Balance.’ Comparably’s "Best Of" lists are derived from sentiment ratings provided by employees who anonymously rated their employers on Comparably.com. There were no fees or costs associated with participating, nor was nomination required.
Improving driving safety through the reduction in opportunities for human error has been a focus of automotive manufacturers since the 1970s when anti-lock braking systems were first introduced. Automated features have since evolved to include more advanced technologies such as blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and self-parking. These features are now commonly known as advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).
LHP Engineering Solutions (LHP), a U.S. based engineering services provider and technology integrator, is excited to announce the expansion of operations to Europe through LHP Europe Srl, headquartered in Bologna, Italy, expanding the existing work of LHP Engineering Solutions and focusing on the quickly evolving European automotive market.
One of the most integral elements of the Hybrid Electrical Vehicle or HEV is the control technology. Due to these vehicles operating in a vast range of environments the motor will regularly switch through various loads. With that said, the most important issue is improving motor control efficiency while maintaining performance and avoiding damage. It’s wise to test control algorithms for motor control through simulation before applying power to any circuit. Especially when working with hundreds of volts and/or hundreds of amps of current. A simple mistake in your control algorithm can damage components or even worse cause collateral damage.
As driverless technologies rise to prominence, the safety and functionality of crucial automotive systems, is becoming an ever more pressing issue. Because of this, the embedded controls industry is on a lot of people’s minds. Even so, in some sectors, we are suffering from a lack of engineers with the right skill sets to drive the industry forward.
How do we provide incoming generations of young professionals with the hands-on experience that companies so badly desire? The answer is short and sweet: internships. Internships are great opportunities for younger generations to gain the experience they need so badly and the real-world exposure required to function professionally.
LHP Engineering Solutions (LHP), an engineering services provider and technology integrator, announced today that Sven Schrecker has joined the organization to further develop and lead the cybersecurity platform as Vice President and Chief Architect of Cybersecurity.
The driver of electric and hybrid vehicle development is a major increase in stringent government emissions regulations. In 2011, the Obama administration announced an agreement with the thirteen largest automakers to increase the average fuel economy to 54.5 miles per gallon by the year 2025. The agreement resulted in new Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) regulations for model years between 2017-2025. With cleaner emissions in mind, hybrid vehicles are rising in popularity. HEVs offer a cleaner, redesigned powertrain nad unique advantage in efficiency improvements
As technology continues to evolve from traditional ‘turn-the-crank’ engineering to total autonomy, the gap in experience and desired skill level seems to widen each day. Today, organizations are seeking engineers with 5+ years of experience, when in reality, the technology companies want the engineers to work on is only now becoming a standard in engineering processes and workflows. How does our industry overcome this gap in experience? What can companies do to communicate this gap to potential employees?