Intrinsys, the Intelligent Engineering Company, is delighted to announce that Integral Powertrain (IP), will demonstrate the competitive edge delivered by the Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform at the UK Intelligent Engineering Forum (UKIEF) on 5th April 2017.
Integral Powertrain, little known outside the markets they excel in, is a company that creates technologies that move people. It’s an SME that delivers world leading electric motor technologies to Automotive and Motorsport OEM’s.
These are particularly innovative and competitive markets where Integral Powertrain is able to successfully compete supported by the edge their PLM and Intelligent Engineering systems deliver.
IP represent inspired engineering that uses the best engineering tools and processes to respond quickly to client requirements. Built on the founding principle of providing a better customer experience than their competition, Integral Powertrain are continuing to build their business.
Never Seen Before
The UKIEF represents a unique peek under the covers of this well-respected powertrain systems and services company. Members of the team will be on-hand to illustrate, on a live PLM system, an entire business process from receipt of requirements specification to manufacturing of finished product. It’s a great opportunity to dive into the design, simulation, development and manufacturing elements of the business. You’ll have the chance to view, in real time, how the processes interact and are effectively managed with the latest dash boarding and project management tools on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform.
About Integral Powertrain
Integral Powertrain is a powertrain design and development specialist that supports OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers in delivering innovative and competitive products to market. It possesses a track record of in-depth powertrain expertise across a wide range of sectors and markets, including passenger cars, on and off-highway, commercial vehicles, aerospace and motorsport.
Capabilities include internal combustion engines, boosting and turbo-compounding, CO2 analysis and reduction, emissions and controls, high-speed and high-power density e-machines, and IPM technology with integrated inverter systems to deliver high-volume hybridisation. For more information visit www.integralp.com
Join the Forum
Enhance your Intelligent Engineering systems and processes at the UK Intelligent Engineering Forum (UKIEF), 5th April 2017 at the MTC, Conference & Training Centre in Coventry. More information and the opportunity to join the networking group today can be found at ukief.org.