Nov 10
EV Revolution
EV Revolution
AS THE WORLD struggles to return to normalcy, the industrious engineers at L&T Technology Services (LTTS) have been quietly charting a new direction for the future. Recently, LTTS virtually launched the one-of-a-kind Electric Vehicle (EV) Lab at its Bengaluru delivery center.
The state-of-the-art EV lab encompasses motors, inverters, DC-DC converters, all on-board vehicle electrical systems and complete electric vehicle testing. This advanced lab set-up is dedicated to help customers evaluate and verify the performance, endurance and electromagnetic compatibility of their EVs and help reach their intended market efficiently and cost-effectively.
The lab was inaugurated virtually by industry luminaries from major OEMs across the world, in the presence of Dr Keshab Panda, CEO & MD of LTTS. With this latest lab, LTTS has re-emphasised its commitment to excellence and cutting-edge innovative technologies for the EV and automobile market.

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