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LHP Engineering Solutions Expands Operations to Europe

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.


LHP Expands to Europe


European Partnerships: Creating a Safer, Smarter, More Connected World


LHP’s mission is to create a safer, smarter, and the more connected world using intelligence from embedded control systems, connectivity through telematics and IoT, and insight with data analytics. As a North American leader in Functional safety implementation, training, and consulting, LHP is versed in AUTOSAR architecture and has decades of model-based design expertise needed to create a functionally safe automotive environment. Coupled with deep embedded controls experience, LHP is also skilled in ADAS simulation testing and validation needed to drive forward an autonomous future.


The mission of LHP Europe remains the same and is strengthened through strategic automotive partnerships to provide engineering solutions for the European automotive industry. Together, LHP Europe can provide engineering services and technology integration for OEM customers within the transportation (on-highway and off-highway), industrial, and a broad range of manufacturing industries with specific capabilities in:


  • Advanced Controls and Code Generation
  • Rapid Prototyping for Modelling and Simulation
  • Development Platform and Application Lifecycle Management
  • Hardware-In-Loop (HIL) Systems for Automated Regression Testing and Validation
  • Functional Safety / Cybersecurity
  • Corporate training and onboarding boot camps for electronic control applications


LHP’s Commitment to Autonomy


LHP knows organizations strive to meet demands for innovation as electronic control unit requirements increase in complexity. LHP creates custom packages to meet customer needs, based on functional safety, cybersecurity, telematics, embedded controls, Internet of Things, Safety Lifecycle Management (SLM), or connectivity. LHP is dedicated to playing an active role in the acceleration of development, adoption, and widespread use of interconnected machines and devices through intelligent analytics. LHP’s goal is to drive and develop the framework necessary for a more connected and safer autonomous future.


To learn more about LHP Europe, please reach out to LHP Europe at info.europe@lhpes.com 


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