Keysight opens automotive support centre in Japan

Posted By : Mick Elliott

Keysight Technologies has opened an automotive customer centre in Nagoya, Japan. It joins similar facilities in Michigan, Boeblingen, Germany and Shanghai, China. The new centre demonstrates Keysight's commitment to work with and serve customers in local proximity to support innovative technology projects that drive the automotive and energy industries.

The new centre includes customer electronic test and measurement labs, technical experts, and state-of-the-art test equipment, as well as a customer training facility for hands-on workshops and seminars. "Japanese companies continue to lead the global automotive market with many innovations in electric vehicles and autonomous driving," said Jun Chie, vice president and general manager of Keysight's Asia Pacific sales organisation. "Keysight is pleased to help expedite their mission critical development activities by leveraging our global automotive electronics test expertise here at the heart of Japan's automotive industry in Nagoya."

Keysight’s latest automotive design and test solution is the enhanced E7840A automotive radar signal analysis and generation solution which enables radar-based, advanced driver assistance systems to proactively detect and mitigate risk of collisions.

The system is used to generate various real-world conditions and address any potential automotive radar interference issues.

Additionally, Keysight offers, and leverages at the centre, e-mobility solutions that deliver improved battery performance and electric drivetrains.

These solutions also ensure the efficiency of charging stations, and enhanced power conversion across the entire e-mobility ecosystem to increase the range of hybrid and electric vehicles.

"Keysight's customer centres around the globe are designed to help accelerate the success of our automotive customers," said Siegfried Gross, vice president and general manager of Keysight's Automotive and Energy Solutions business unit. "Keysight recognises that the mission-critical safety of modern vehicles requires interchangeable multi-vendor components that work together reliably. Our mission is to deliver comprehensive testing of those components for our customers in all regions."


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