As part of its corporate social responsibility commitment, Safran Engineering Services India has signed a partnership with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest technical professional organization for the advancement of technology, to set up a state of the art e-mobility research and development facility at CHRIST (deemed to be University), Kengeri Campus, Bangalore.
This collaboration aims at creating an electric vehicle lab to develop improved power system for charging, smarter electric drive systems and Internet of Things technologies for electric vehicles. The concept of distributed electrical generation is an emerging field associated with smart grid.
This project would enable the integration of renewable energy source, mainly solar energy and the ability to convert even the electric vehicle as a distributed power generation source, which could also benefit to a large population. Read more
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