Providers of automotive part & component product development, testing and related services.
Accurcast, Inc. in Wallaceburg, Ontario.
Provider of high-pressure aluminum die-cast components. Applications include transmission, engine and interior parts.
ACS, Inc. in Madison, Wisconsin.
A provider of project planning, design, and equipment installation, construction and commissioning for test cell facilities. Test cells include environmental, performance, chassis, emissions, production, durability, and development. Test systems and equipment include fluid systems (conditioning, blending, measurement, gaseous, liquid, oil, water, air), mechanical systems (carts, pallets, docking, dynamometer, driveline guard), test stands, test rigs and control panels.
ACT Test Panels, Inc. in Hillsdale, Michigan.
Produces test panels from a wide variety of substrates, pretreatments, and paint systems.
Advanced Design Consulting USA, Inc. in Lansing, New York.
An engineering and scientific consulting firm providing services such as engineering design, research and development, testing and custom fabrication.
Advanced Plastic and Material Testing, Inc. in Ithaca, New York.
Services include polymer analysis, microscopy and materials analysis, environmental stress screening (ESS), failure analysis, and circuit board testing.
Advanced Technology Corporation in Andover, Ohio.
A supplier of forward, rear, side and interior lighting applications for the automotive and medium to heavy truck industries. Multipurpose components including electric connectors and componentry and various under-the-hood components.
Aero System Engineering, Inc. in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Provides engine test cells and test equipment for all engine types, including turbofan, turbojet / afterburning, turboshaft, turbopropeller, APU (auxiliary power unit), industrial, and marine engines.
Airmo, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A global supplier of hydrostatic pressure systems and tool solutions serving the automotive industry. Products include test tools suitable for pressure testing tubes, pipes, and assemblies up to 40,000 psi, single shape end forming tools as well as hydro-mechanical tube expansion tools. Other products include high-pressure accessories and components with working pressures up to 60,000 psi.
Akron Rubber Development Laboratory Inc. in Akron, Ohio.
An independent testing laboratory specializing in the testing of rubber materials and polymer products. Components tested include airbag components, armrests, bed liners, belts, bearings & bearing pads, boots, brake parts & accessories, bumpers & body components, bushings & engine mounts, cables, doors & accessories, exhaust hangers, eye shields, fenders, filters, gaskets & gasket materials, hoses, headrests, inner tubes, interior components, isolators, mats, mounts, mud flaps/rim flaps, mud guards, o-rings, seals, seats & accessories, splash guards, sprockets, step plates, tires, tonneau covers, valves, weather-stripping, wheels & wheel accessories, windshield wiper blades & wiper parts, etc.
Alfe Heat Treating, Inc. in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Processes aluminum forgings, sand castings, permanent molds, wrought, investment castings, fabrications and stampings to client's required temper. Equipment list includes drop bottom and continuous furnaces. Services include single part prototype work to high volume production runs and a full spectrum of ferrous heat treating. Specializes in stress-relieving, process annealing, intercritical, intermediate and low-temp annealing, oil quenching, surface or through hardening, carburizing, carbonitriding, martempering, austempering, cryogenics and nitriding.
Altair Engineering, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Product design consulting services, including design development, engineering, test validation and information management. Develops high-performance engineering software technology for visualization, simulation, and process automation including Altair® Hyperworks® suite of CAE software.
American Axle & Manufacturing, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Capabilities include product design and development, competitive analysis, systems integration, and the validation and certification of driveline systems, chassis systems and forged products.
American Environments Company, Inc. in Medford, New York.
An engineering and test laboratory specializing in the simulation of climatic, electromagnetic, shock, vibration and mechanical environments for compliance, qualification, design verification and failure analyses on electronic, mechanical & hydraulic products.
American Society for Testing & Materials in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
A standards development organization that offers an open forum for the development of high-quality, market-relevant, international standards.
Amtec Precision Products, Inc. in Elgin, Illinois.
Services include precision machining, injection molded plastics, product assembly and tool systems. Application areas include powertrain, fuel, ride control, brake, air conditioning and hydraulic valves/pumps.
Applied Technical Services, Inc. in Marietta, Georgia.
A consulting engineering firm providing testing and inspection-related services involving metallurgy and materials testing, chemical analysis, nondestructive testing, forensic and consulting engineering, accelerated weathering, corrosion, thermal and vibration testing, dimensional inspections and calibration services. Capabilities include laboratory analysis and field testing. Services vary from spectrographic analysis, ultrasonic testing, weld qualification, as well as obtaining and testing exemplar models for demonstrations, etc.
Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, Illinois.
A United States Department of Energy laboratory operated by the University of Chicago. Automotive research areas include batteries, fuel cells, vehicle systems, engine research, applied materials research, assessment, recycling, etc.
Arizona Desert Testing LLC in Wittman, Arizona.
A materials testing laboratory that specializes in accelerated and outdoor weathering services.
ASC, Inc. in Warren, Michigan.
An automotive styling and design firm. Supplies complete vehicles, open air/convertible systems, automotive exterior trim including body side moldings, fascias, full body panels. Provides automotive body systems and body engineering services.
ATEQ Corporation in Livonia, Michigan.
Specialists in leak testing providing vacuum/pressure decay leak testers, flow-leak testers, flow testers and multi-channel leak testers. Also supplies volume testing and SPC software.
Atlas Weathering Services Group in Miami, Florida.
An outdoor exposure and accelerated testing laboratory site. Provides a range of climatic and environmental conditions for materials durability tests.
ATS Automation Tooling Systems, Inc. in Dayton, Ohio.
A provider of assembly system solutions ranging from lean manufacturing cells to fully automated assembly and test systems.
Automotive Enviro Testing, Inc. in Baudette, Minnesota.
A low-temperature automotive proving ground and test facility.
Automotive Testing and Development Services, Inc. in Ontario, California.
Provides engineering support to the automotive industry, specializing in emissions and durability testing.
Autoneum North America, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of noise control and thermal insulation systems. Products include dampers, acoustic systems, interior trim, and thermal management systems.
AVL North America, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Developes powertrain systems for internal combustion, hybrid and fuel cell engines. Provides powertrain test instrumentation, test systems and engineering services.
Benteler Aluminum Systems Michigan, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
Develops and delivers high-tech aluminum extrusion-based sub frames, body structures and crash management systems to the automotive industry. Technology and applications center on-site. Products include bumper beams, windshield frames tower to tower braces and fuel tank rails.
Boshart Engineering, Inc. in Ontario, California.
Provides durability testing and procurement services for emission testing of in-use vehicles.
Bradford Company in Holland, Michigan.
A designer and manufacturer of protective packaging and material handling products. Provides returnable/reusable packaging program management services. North American office locations include Michigan, Tennessee, and Mexico. Facilities include an ISTA test laboratory.
CalsonicKansei North America, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of systems and components for exhaust, engine cooling, climate control, front end modules, cockpit modules, clusters, and interior plastics.
Cambridge Materials Testing Limited in Cambridge, Ontario.
Services include the chemical, physical, and mechanical testing of metals, plastics, & rubbers. Corrosion, weathering, artificial aging, vibration testing and color matching. Analysis of failed components. Automotive compliance testing.
CD-adapco Group in Melville, New York.
A provider of computational engineering simulation software solutions including computational fluid dynamics and finite element analysis codes, expert system tools and training and engineering/consulting services. Capabilities include structural/thermal finite element analysis and CFD analysis.
Cincinnati Sub Zero Products, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Capabilities include chilling chambers, thermal shock testing, temperature cycling, and stress-screening.
Clark Testing Services, LLC in Buchanan, Michigan.
A product testing laboratory located in southwest lower Michigan. Areas of expertise include powertrain, hydraulics, structures, field data acquisition & analysis and environmental testing.
Clean Air Engineering, Inc. in Palatine, Illinois.
An engineering service and equipment provider focusing on air emission compliance for manufacturers with air emissions testing, flue gas cleaning, engineering, regulatory, and analytical experience in the area of environmental clean air engineering. Environmental products and services include process optimization and consulting, CEM equipment and services, measurement and analytical services, instrumentation rental, regulatory consulting and measurement equipment sales.
Continental Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Products include anti-lock brake systems, traction control systems, electro-hydraulic brakes, foundation brakes, brake assist systems, brake actuation systems, electro mechanical brakes, hybrid braking systems, electric and active parking brakes, tire pressure loss detection, electronic air suspension systems, etc.
CSA Group in Toronto, Ontario.
A provider of testing and certification services for automotive components and fuel systems, etc. Application areas include testing and verification of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electrical safety.
Dana Holding Corporation in Maumee, Ohio.
A supplier of axles; driveshafts; vehicle architecture; chassis, steering, and suspension products; sealing, thermal management, fluid transfer, and engine power products; systems assembly, management, and integration services; and related service parts.
Dantec Dynamics, Inc. in Holtsville, New York.
A provider of integrated measurement systems solutions for research into flows, turbulence, and particle dynamics, as well as optical systems for the optimization of industrial processes. Automotive application areas include body aerodynamics, component strain/stress & vibration, drag reduction, aero-acoustics research, passenger & engine compartment/radiator/duct/brake flow analysis, engine combustion diagnostics, exhaust systems, CFD code validation, etc.
Data Physics Corporation in San Jose, California.
A manufacturer of signal processing solutions including dynamic signal analyzers, vibration controllers, shakers and accessories.
Dayton T. Brown, Inc. in Bohemia, New York.
Services provided include product design and engineering, prototype manufacture, final production, testing, technical writing & documentation and the development of complete test systems. Capabilities include dynamic, climatic, EMI/EMC, hydraulic/pneumatic, optical, mechanical, structural, fatigue, safety & survival testing as well as conformance inspection & failure analysis thru metallurgy, magnetic particle, dimensional, and X-rays.
Despatch Industries in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Designs, manufactures and installs environmental test chambers and facilities throughout the world, providing both standard products and custom-engineered systems for simulating climatic conditions. Products/services include calorimeter systems, modular component test systems, drive-in vehicle facilities, life-cycle analysis, psychrometric rooms, thermal shock chambers, temperature cycling, and walk-in test rooms.
DG Technologies in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Specializes in the design and development of intelligent software and hardware protocol interface devices for the in-vehicle and controller area network markets.
Dimensional Layout Services, Inc. in Marine City, Michigan.
Provides quality control inspection services, dimensional inspection services, automotive quality control and dimensional layout inspection services.
Dynotech Engineering Services in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of balancing services, dynamometer and driveshaft support for the automotive industry.
ECO Physics, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Provides chemiluminescence NOx and ammonia analyzers for emissions measurement and testing.
Electronic Concepts and Engineering, Inc. in Holland, Ohio.
An electronic engineering services provider. Automotive-related capabilities include automated manual transmission (AMT) controls, closed loop fuel injection controls, drive line control system modeling, telematics hardware design, on-vehicle fiber-optic data networking, vehicle data recorder and statistical loggers, hybrid electric vehicle control systems, oil quality monitoring systems, automotive vibration cancellation systems, continuously variable transmission (CVT) controls, engine telemetry signal conditioners, vehicular flat panel instrument clusters, diagnostics & prognostic tools and instruments, automotive gas turbine engine controls, signal conditioning units, self contained data acquisition & control units, specialty actuator controls, engine control modules, specialty sensor conditioning, vehicle multiplexed serial communication products, simulators and custom test equipment, etc.
Element Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A mechanical test laboratory. Mechanical testing services include compression testing, creep rupture testing, elevated temperature testing, low-cycle fatigue testing, fracture mechanics testing, monotonic testing, stress testing, tension testing, and torsion testing, etc. Capabilities include mechanical test sample preparation, fabrication of test fixtures and grips, fatigue specimen polishing, low stress grinding, etc.
Element Materials Technology in Warren, Michigan.
Services include full-vehicle testing, climatics and environmental simulation, polymer and composites analysis, materials testing, corrosion, vibration/dynamics testing, hybrid and electric vehicle battery testing, etc.
Element Materials Technology in Wixom, Michigan.
Provides chemical analysis, metallurgical testing, fatigue testing, failure analysis, H13 qualification, wear testing, corrosion testing and other engineering and consulting services.
Element Materials Technology in New Berlin, Wisconsin.
A testing and consultation laboratory that specializes in materials testing, composition analysis, accelerated aging studies, deformulations and physical properties, failure analysis - root cause investigations), product evaluation - fatigue testing, life cycling testing, strain gauging, proof load. Materials analyzed include plastics, rubber, metals, coatings and paint.
Elite Electronic Engineering Inc. in Downers Grove, Illinois.
A test laboratory specializing in electromagnetic compatibility testing, electrical safety testing, environmental stress testing, and EMI/RFI consulting services.
EME Corporation in Arnold, Maryland.
A manufacturer of advanced real time data acquisition systems (DAS). Applications include crash test dummies, rough road testing, road testing, etc.
Emitec, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A designer and manufacturer of metallic substrates and diesel PM for exhaust gas aftertreatment and evaporative emissions applications.
Engineering Dynamics Corporation in Beaverton, Oregon.
A provider of simulation software for vehicle design and safety research.
Envirotronics, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A manufacturer of environmental test chambers for temperature, humidity, vibration, altitude, thermal shock, portable shock chambers, burn-in chambers, custom equipment, fluid chillers, air burn-in systems, SAE dust chambers, hydraulic cement curing chambers, combustion air units, automotive test systems, drive-in chambers, conditioned rooms, and forced air ovens.
Exa Corporation in Burlington, Massachusetts.
Develops, markets, and supports design and engineering process simulation software software including PowerFLOW, fluid flow simulation software, and provides engineering consulting services.
Exova Canada Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
Services include materials and product testing, failure analysis and research & development. Expertise in automotive components and systems. Capabilities include mechanical, impact, fatigue, chemical, thermal, solar, environmental, corrosion and flammability. Automotive applications include engine & emissions technologies, vehicle dynamics and computer aided engineering.
Exova Defiance in Troy, Michigan.
A full-service product development company offering a broad range of technical services to the transportation industry. Specializes in component, system and full vehicle product development supporting OEM's and suppliers with real-time simulation testing, block cycle testing, temperature/mechanical durability, NVH/vehicle refinement, safety/impact testing, environmental testing, instrumentation, data acquisition and editing.
Exponent Failure Analysis Associates in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
An engineering and consulting firm providing design analysis, vehicle crash and component testing, accident reconstruction, biomechanics, data analysis, and litigation support services for clients developing automotive products.
Falex Corporation in Sugar Grove, Illinois.
A manufacturer of tribology test equipment specializing in the measurement of friction, wear and abrasion. Services include contract testing, specialty consumable test pieces, custom design and build of test equipment and consulting services.
Federal-Mogul Corporation in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Activities include oil seal and gasket technology testing and development.
Federal-Mogul Corporation in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A research and development center specializing in advanced manufacturing technology and processes for all of Federal-Mogul's product lines worldwide.
Federal-Mogul Corporation in Plymouth, Michigan.
Services include testing of brake friction materials.
Federal-Mogul Corporation in Plymouth, Michigan.
Site activities include testing for vehicle manufacturers as well as small-engine manufacturers. Testing capabilities include gasoline, diesel, and E-85 fuels.
FEV North America, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
An independent engine research, design and development firm that provides global support to the transportation and industrial engine industry, in the design, prototyping and development of advanced powertrains as well as vehicle integration and calibration. Products include test cell equipment and instrumentation. Supplies turnkey, integrated powertrain-testing modules. Capabilities include the coordinatin, development and engineering of engine test cells, transmission test cells, traditional and hybrid powertrain test cells, test cell control and data acquisition systems, container test cells, simultaneous engineering, turnkey facility construction, test cell commissioning and test cell facility management.
Fiat Chrysler U.S., LLC in Chelsea, Michigan.
A 3,800 acre proving ground used for automotive durability and reliability testing. Other site activities include impact testing, emissions and fuel economy testing, off-road testing, skid traction testing, parking brake and sprag testing, etc.
Fluid Routing Solutions,Inc. in Lexington, Tennessee.
A supplier of complete fuel handling systems and individual components such as tubes, hoses, tanks, couplings, fuel fillers, and other assemblies, fittings, valves, canisters, filters and quick connectors.
Ford Motor Company in Romeo, Michigan.
A year-round vehicle testing facility. Test services areas include acceleration, brake, carbon monoxide, catalytic converter, chassis dynamometer mileage accumulation, coastdown, crankcase ventilation, drag starts, durability, exhaust back pressure, fuel economy, gradeability, maximum speed, NVH, oilpan, part throttle, passby sound, powerless, speedometer & odometer calibration, splash spray, stone pecking, towing dynamometer, trailer tow and water ingestion, etc.
Freudenberg-NOK General Partnership in Plymouth, Michigan.
Powertrain products including engine and transmission sealing products, air/fuel delivery modules, noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) modules. Chassis products including NVH modules, suspension components, bushings and mounts, axle and bearing seals, rubber, plastic and PTFE components for steering, brake, electrical and fuel packages.
GE Measurement & Control Solutions in Longmont, Colorado.
Specializes in sensor-based measurement, non-destructive testing and inspection, asset condition monitoring, control solutions, and radiation measurement.
Geometric Technologies, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A global engineering and technical staffing company specializing in complex manufacturing, assembly and distribution processes. Engineering services include product development, analysis, industrial engineering, packaging, logistics, material flow, ergonomics, facilities and equipment, process development, special machine design, weld systems design, surfacing and more. Also specializes in virtual simulation studies through a Digital Manufacturing Center of Excellence.
Gibbs Die Casting Corporation in Henderson, Kentucky.
A global supplier of aluminum and magnesium die-castings for A/C compressors, fan drives, steering wheel armatures, engines, transmissions, and suspension applications. Services include machining, assembly and testing.
GMH Engineering in Orem, Utah.
Services include automotive crash, sled, handling, and structural & dynamic testing services.
Greening Testing Laboratories, Inc. in Detroit, Michigan.
A brake and friction material test laboratory. Services include on- and off-highway automobile and truck brake assembly testing (performance, durability, NVH), friction materials certification, caliper fatigue, and ABS and caliper vibration resistance evaluations, etc. Services also include driveline testing such as transmission fluid qualification, performance, fatigue, and spin/burst testing of dry clutch components and assemblies, and wheel radial fatigue/cornering fatigue. Capabilities include in-house design and build.
Grote Industries, LLC in Madison, Indiana.
A manufacturer of vehicle lighting and safety systems. Products include lamps, emergency lighting, flashers, coil cords, reflectors, back-up alarms, and mirrors.
HEAD acoustics, Inc. in Brighton, Michigan.
Provides testing systems used in the areas of noise and vibration measurements.
Highland Industries, Inc. in Kernersville, North Carolina.
A supplier of industrial fabrics and textiles. Capabilities include weaving, knitting, finishing, coating, and lamination. Products include airbag fabrics.
Hi-Lex America, Inc. in Battle Creek, Michigan.
A supplier of electromechanical devices and control cables. Automotive applications include trunk releases, door modules, fuel lid openers, parking brakes, window regulators, transmission cables, kick down cables, push & pull cables, key interlock cables, hood releases, accelerator cables, clutch cables, shift lock cables, seating cables, tailgate cables, quarter vent actuators, power lift gates, power sliding doors, and cruise control cables.
HORIBA Automotive Test Systems Inc. in Burlington, Ontario.
A provider of powertrain systems testing solutions from facilities requirements planning, custom control strategies development and complete powertrain test facilities. Products include analytical emissions systems, on-board emissions systems, portable emissions systems, dilution/sampling systems, engine test systems, driveline test systems, vehicle test systems, brake test systems, wind tunnel balances, and automation systems, etc.
Horiba Instruments, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Develops and manufactures products and systems for testing of all types of engines. Products include analyzers, analytical systems, dilution/sampling systems, dynamometers, and automation systems to help engineers evaluate and improve exhaust gas and particulate emissions, engine performance, fuel economy, fuel-cell reformer efficiency, and other engine and vehicle parameters.
Horton, Inc. in Roseville, Minnesota.
A designer and manufacturer of cooling solutions for engines. Products include fans, fan drives and related components as well as roller bushings.
Humanetics Innovative Solutions, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A designer and manufacturer of crash test dummies, instrumentation and related test equipment. Designer of finite element models for crash test simulations. Provides sensor installations including strain gauges.
Hydrogenics Corporation in Mississauga, Ontario.
A designer and manufacturer of fuel cell systems and on-site hydrogen refuelers. Fuel cell products include integrated fuel cell power modules (engines) in sizes ranging from 5 kW to 65 kW. Also develops and markets sophisticated fuel cell test systems used by most of the world's leading fuel cell development programs.
IMMI® in Westfield, Indiana.
Develops and manufactures safety systems for the heavy truck, child seating and other industries.
IMR Test Laboratories in Lansing, New York.
A full service materials research and testing facility. Specializes in chemical analysis, metallurgical evaluation, failure analysis, mechanical testing, corrosion simulation, and product/process validation. Materials tested include metals, plastics, elastomers, composites, oils, electronic circuits, and process chemicals.
Innovative Testing Solutions, Inc. in Madison Heights, Michigan.
An automotive test consulting company. Testing services include temperature, humidity, thermal shock, dielectric, hypot, fluid compatibility, water spray, gravelometer, steam spray, sine vibration, random vibration, mechanical shock, and tensile/compression. Offers SAE, JIS, ASTM, DIN, BSI, USCAR or other electrically-based automotive manufacturer test specification. Products include new and used environmental testing equipment.
International Transportation Innovation Center in Greenville, South Carolina.
Provides test track facilities and infrastructure for the automotive and other industries. Application areas include enhanced wireless charging, automatic parking, and zero-emission vehicle testing.
Intertek in Kentwood, Michigan.
Provides testing for a range of automotive interior systems, including seating, cockpits, instrument panels and consoles, door panels, lighting, steering systems, audio and more. Specific testing services include performance, accelerated stress testing, materials, failure analysis, environmental, durability, vibration, VOC, EMC, BSR, airbags, audio, photometrics and electrical.
Intertek Automotive Research in San Antonio, Texas.
Provides engine dynamometer, vehicle, durability, fuels, lubricants, transmission, materials, analytical, and fuel system testing services to the automotive and petrochemical industries and is an independent automotive testing laboratory.
Intertek Plastics Technology Laboratories in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
A testing laboratory for the plastics, elastomers, polymers and composites industry. Services include nearly all mechanical, analytical, electrical, thermal, optical and rheological evaluations of plastics materials. Capabilities include Ford, GM, etc. data acceptance. Testing includes material identification to quality programs and for failure analysis, ASTM, ISO, PPAP submittal, SAE, etc.
Jacobs Technology Inc. in Tullahoma, Tennessee.
Provides test facility services for the planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of technical facilities and specialized ancillary equipment that are used in research, development, and production testing applications.
Jesse Garant & Associates Metrology Center in Windsor, Ontario.
Provides non-destructive testing services. Specializes in 3D internal part inspection using industrial computed tomography (CT) equipment.
Johnson Electric Automotive Products Group in Springfield, Tennessee.
A supplier of climate control and other automotive components. Products include flatpack actuators, pulse width modulation (PWM) controllers, and high-speed multi-turn actuators. Services include engineering design, rapid prototyping, etc. Capabilities include metrology, validation, noise reduction, laser noise testing, design, etc.
Johnson Matthey ECT in Wayne, Pennslyvania.
A supplier of automotive emission control catalysts for gasoline and diesel engine vehicles.
Johnson Matthey Vehicle Testing & Development LLC in Taylor, Michigan.
A testing center with expertise in catalyst aging, transmission, engine and component durability & development testing, diesel and gasoline emissions analysis.
JTEKT Torsen North America, Inc. in Rochester, New York.
A supplier of torque sensing traction differentials used in front, center, and rear vehicle driveline applications.
Kahn Industries, Inc. in Wethersfield, Connecticut.
Manufactures dynamometers and related controls and support equipment for load testing of engines, motors, and turbines including base mounted and direct mounted dynamometers.
Kett Engineering Corporation in Carson, California.
Provides automotive test services and contract personnel to the automotive industry.
Kett Engineering Corporation in Van Nuys, California.
Provides automotive test services and contract personnel to the automotive industry. Services include automotive contract personnel staffing, proving ground operations staffing and management, city traffic brake noise and wear testing, environmental testing, automotive engineering evaluation, test program development, field and fleet test coordination, accelerated mileage accumulation testing, data acquisition and reporting, turnkey test program management, communications group management, vehicle instrumentation installation, vehicle maintenance and detail support, test trip logistics management, benchmarking and competitive analysis.
Kongsberg Automotive, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A global supplier of seating comfort, automotive gear shift and heavy truck components. Products include seat comfort systems such as head restraints, arm rests, seat heat, vent, and lumbar supports; clutch actuation systems; cable actuation systems; gear shifters; transmission control systems; stabilizing rods, couplings; electronic engine controls; specialty hoses; tubes and fittings, etc.
Larson Davis, Inc. in Provo, Utah.
A manufacturer of precision instrumentation for the measurement and analysis of sound and vibration. Products include precision microphones and accessories, multi-channel real-time analyzers, sound level meters and systems for the environmental noise monitoring. Site activities include engineering and manufacturing.
LHP Engineering Solutions in Columbus, Indiana.
A provider of autonomous vehicle and connected car engineering services in the areas of emissions, fuel economy, functional safety, cyber security, and electrical & electronics, etc.
LHP Engineering Solutions in Pontiac, Michigan.
Link Commercial Vehicle Testing, Inc. in East Liberty, Ohio.
A provider of brake testing for heavy vehicle applications. Capabilities include FMVSS-121, ECE-13, stability testing, temperature balance as well as other specialized testing.
Link Engineering Company in Dearborn, Michigan.
A laboratory & vehicle test operations center. Testing application areas include transmissions, brakes, clutches, wet and dry friction materials, wheels, tires, hubs, springs, steering systems, axles and related subsystems. Other test capabilities include alternators, starter motors and steering systems.
Link Engineering Company in Plymouth, Michigan.
Designs, develops, manufactures, installs, and operates test systems for the automotive, truck, and other industries. Test systems applications include brakes, transmissions, clutches, axles, driveline components, steering systems, springs, tires, wheels, and other components. Also provides testing services globally.
LMS North America, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Provides solutions for functional performance engineering in mechanical product development such as CAE software, testing systems, and decision support infrastructure to allow engineering teams to refine designs based on dynamic behavior including motion, ride, handling, structural integrity, vibration, acoustic, NVH, and fatigue lifetime. Capabilities also include vehicle development support from overload contracting and troubleshooting, technology transfer, up to co-development projects.
Lotus Engineering Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Provides a range of powertrain and vehicle engineering consulting services including design, prototype build, engine and transmission testing. Capability include all fuel types with power ranging from small single cylinder two-strokes up to 30L diesels. Facilities include a vehicle emission lab with a 48 inch roll and 200 hp steady state absorption. Vehicle engineering activities include chassis sub-system specification, design, kinematics and compliance testing and optimization.
Magtrol, Inc. in Buffalo, New York.
A manufacturer of measurement and control products for torque-speed-power, load-force-weight, tension and displacement applications. Product line includes hysteresis, eddy-current and powder brake dynamometers; torque transducers, controllers, power analyzers, software, custom designed motor test systems and test stands; hysteresis brakes and clutches; load measuring pins, load-force-weight sensors, strain transducers, load monitoring units, load conditioners and displays; displacement sensors and rotary transmitters.
Mahle Industries, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
An automotive systems supplier. Product application areas include piston systems, cylinder components, as well as valve train, air management, and liquid management systems. Also provides powertrain engineering solutions. Capabilities include powertrain design, development and installation, electronic control systems applications, emissions and drivability development and on-board diagnostics.
Martinrea International, Inc. in Vaughan, Ontario.
A supplier of metal parts, assemblies and modules as well as supplier of fluid handling systems to the automotive industry. Site operations include metal stamping, spinning, CNC tube bending, welding, swaging and assembly.
Marvin Test Solutions, Inc. in Irvine, California.
A supplier of PXI and PC-based test solutions and systems. Products include test instrumentation, instrument controllers, test development software, such as ATEasy® (a software development environment for A.T.E. applications); 3U, 3U/6U, and 6U PXI chassis; and a range of 3U and 6U PXI modules including analog and digital instrumentation.
Material Sciences Corporation in Canton, Michigan.
Manufacturers of Quiet Steel® and other proprietary constrained layer materials. Automotive original equipment applications include acoustic and thermal performance enhancement in a range of NVH, coil coating, pre-painting, electro galvanizing and other areas.
Maximator Test, LLC in Gurnee, Illinois.
Specializes in the testing of high-pressure components up to 15,000 bar (217,500 psi). Testing and production services include fatigue testing, pressure testing, leak testing, burst testing, and autofrettage services.
MB Dynamics, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
Manufactures equipment and systems for inducing, measuring and controlling vibration and shock. Products include transducers: accelerometers, pressure; data acquisition systems/equipment, amplifiers, digital/analog computer control systems, hydraulic control systems, vibration monitors, recorders: shock, transient & waveform, x-y; shock indicators, spectrum analyzers, electrodynamic vibration test systems, and slip tables.
McLaren Performance Technologies in Livonia, Michigan.
Services include design, development, testing, fabrication, assembly, validation, etc.
MDE International, Inc. in Burton, Michigan.
A supplier of real-world vehicle testing services including durability, reliability, OBDII, benchmark mileage accumulation; proving ground testing; off-road testing, trailer towing; early production fast feedback testing (recall prevention); static and dynamic customer reviews; customized test programs; and instrumentation, root cause analysis, problem solving, etc.
Mechanical Solutions, Inc. in Whippany, New Jersey.
Testing services include finite element analysis, rotordynamic analysis, computational fluid dynamics, tribological component analysis, modal testing, vibration testing, and extreme environment testing, etc. Other engineering services include 3-d solids, cad & meshing, test loops & rigs, lubrication engineering, predictive maintenance, condition monitoring, etc.
Mentor Graphics Corporation in Wilsonville, Oregon.
A provider of software and hardware design solutions in the area of electronic design automation. Provides electrical and electronic (E/E) design tool solutions for the automotive market. Application areas include design, analysis and engineering of electrical distribution systems and associated harnesses, automotive networking and electric and electronic sub-systems. Also provides embedded system/software for in-vehicle network design.
Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America, Inc. in Long Beach, California.
Site activities include certification and development. Services include CARB and EPA compliant exhaust emissions and diurnal testing for certification and development (pre, post, and dilute sampling) of gasoline, diesel, and alternative fueled vehicles.
Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Services include CARB and EPA compliant certification and development exhaust emissions and diurnal testing of gasoline, diesel, and alternative fueled vehicles.
Meriam Process Technologies in Cleveland, Ohio.
Manufactures process measurement instrumentation for pressure, flow and level.
Meritor, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of light vehicle systems including sunroofs, doors, access control and seat adjusting systems, electric motors, suspension systems, roof systems, wheels and electronic controls.
Metaldyne Corporation in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of metal-based components, assemblies and modules for powertrain and chassis applications including engine, transmission/transfer case, wheel-end and suspension, axle and driveline, and noise and vibration control products to the automotive industry. Applications include sintered products (bearing caps, carriers, connecting rods, oil jets, transfer case sprockets, variable valve timing components, camshaft caps); forging products (bevel gears, hollow/full transmission shafts, splined sleeves, ring rolling sliding sleeves, splined sleeves, housings, hollowed parts, pressure vessels, splined parts); vibration control products (dampers, isolation pulleys, viscous dampers); driveline & BSM products (balance shaft modules, clutch modules, differential assemblies, automatic transmission valve bodies).
MGA Research Corporation in Troy, Michigan.
Provides automotive safety test services, equipment, expertise and facilities to government agencies, vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, and other companies servicing the transportation sector. Facilities include a proving grounds and crash test center in Burlington, Wisconsin, as well as a component test facility located in Troy, Michigan. Products include equipment for applications such as dynamic sled, crash, durability, static, and environmental testing.
MGA Research Corporation in Akron, New York.
Provides automotive safety test services, equipment, expertise and facilities to government agencies, vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, and other companies servicing the transportation sector. Facilities include a proving grounds and crash test center in Burlington, Wisconsin, as well as two component test facilitys located in Troy, Michigan and Greer, South Carolina. Products include equipment for applications such as dynamic sled, crash, durability, static, and environmental testing.
MGA Research Corporation in Burlington, Wisconsin.
Provides engineering development, test services, equipment, expertise and facilities to the automotive and other industries.
Michigan Metrology, LLC in Livonia, Michigan.
Services include 3D surface texture and wear measurement and analysis for automotive manufacturers and suppliers providing data in many areas such as brake rotors, sensor elements, ABS precision components, fuel handling components, surface coatings, and engine components, etc.
Micro-Poise Measurement Systems, LLC in Streetsboro, Ohio.
A manufacturer of uniformity and special tire machinery such tire & wheel assembly uniformity machines and dynamic balance machines for tire and tire & wheel assembly.
Microsys Technologies, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A supplier of integrated high-speed video, data acquisition, data management and analysis solutions for airbag and crash test applications such as airbag deployment, seatbelt pyrotechnic pretensioner testing, airbag cold gas inflation, inflator/ballistics testing, pedestrian impact testing, bumper testing, high-speed camera control, analysis of crash test data over the internet and signal management in a crash facility.
MNP Corporation in Utica, Michigan.
A manufacturer of fasteners, screws, rivets, washers, etc.
MTS Systems Corporation in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
A supplier of integrated ground vehicle development solutions including durability, performance, and drivetrain testing systems; noise and vibration engineering and analysis software; and motion platform subsystems for human factors research.
National Advanced Driving Simulator in Iowa City, Iowa.
Operates a shared-use research facility which includes a ground vehicle simulator at the University of Iowa.
National Technical Systems Corporation in Detroit, Michigan.
Provides automotive reliability testing for programs that include automotive fuel system test, performance, structural and material testing on engines, powertrains, chassis and various other components and systems.
NeuTech Associates, Inc. in Fenton, Michigan.
A product design and engineering firm servicing the automotive and other industries. Areas of expertise include automotive interior and exterior components, connector systems, and heavy truck etc. vehicle development.
Nevada Automotive Test Center in Carson City, Nevada.
An independent test and evaluation, research and development facility providing test, engineering, and simulation services to a broad range of vehicle manufacturers, users, developers, and government agencies in both domestic and international arenas. The NATC proving ground encompasses more than 3,000 miles of test courses and terrain conditions representing conditions found worldwide.
Nexum Engine Research & Development Corporation in Mallorytown, Ontario.
A research & development company offering testing expertise in engine and fuel performance, and spray and combustion processes. Products include optical spray pattern analyzers (OSPA), programmable ignition systems, and common rail diesel injection controllers.
Non-Destructive Testing Services, Inc. in Caledonia, Michigan.
A field and laboratory inspection services provider. Services include NDT, quality control and quality assurance functions, and physical testing. Capabilities include ultrasonic (contact, immersion), radiography (x-ray, gamma ray, film & real-time, micro focus), liquid penetrant (wet/dry, fluorescent, visible), eddy current (flaw detection, material sorting), positive material identification (PMI), tensile, fatigue, compression, impact, harness, (Brinell, Rockwell) flexural & peel, and tear & drop weight.
NRC Center for Surface Transportation Technology in Ottawa, Ontario.
A non-subsidized business unit within the National Research Council of Canada. Services include surface transportation development and testing services for vehicle and equipment manufacturers.
NTS Baltimore in Hunt Valley, Maryland.
A testing laboratory that can be utilized for the testing of automotive parts. Capabilities include a complete range of environmental, mechanical, electrical, metallurgical, and chemical services.
NTS Chicago in Palatine, Illinois.
An independent testing facility providing environmental simulation, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), electrical, mechanical, materials, chemical, failure analysis, consulting, and training services.
NTS Huntsville in Huntsville, Alabama.
Facilities include special test machines and systems (such as crash barriers, bumper and frame testers, etc.). Services include complete testing including dynamic, shock/vibration, environmental, EMI/EMC for vehicles and component parts.
NU Laboratories, Inc. in Annandale, New Jersey.
Provides environmental simulation testing services specializing in noise, vibration and shock.
Olson-EcoLogic Engine Testing Laboratories in Fullerton, California.
Conducts emission testing on motor vehicles and engines. Equipment includes a light duty chassis dyno, motorcycle/ATV dyno, a 450hp heavy duty AC engine dyno and a 200hp/12000RPM small engine dyno. C.A.R.B. and EPA recognized.
Ono Sokki Technology, Inc. in Addison, Illinois.
A manufacturer of test and measurement instrumentation such as gear test systems, fuel flow, torque meters, FFT spectrum analyzers, sound level meters, pre amps, microphones, hand held and bench top tachometers and dimensional measuring instruments.
Paragon Laboratories, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
Services include the analysis of lubricants and fuels. Expertise in gasoline, diesels, alcohol-based fuels, bio-diesels and oils.
Photo-Sonics, Inc. in Burbank, California.
A supplier of high-speed imaging equipment and accessories such as film cameras, registered and rotary prism, camera accessories, and video and digital cameras and recorders. Automotive applications include crash test multi-make, multi camera imaging control and download, and crash test motion analysis.
PLEXPACK Corporation in Scarborough, Ontario.
Services include product design, development and testing capabilities for plastic components and subassemblies. Expertise also includes mold design and project management, computer-assisted design and engineering such as FEA and mold filling analysis. Manufacturing capabilities include vertical molding, insert molding, automated assembly, and in-house tooling.
PMC SMART Solutions, LLC in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A plastic injection molder. Supplies integrated plastic components and assemblies to the automotive and other industries. Specializes in under-hood components for engine management systems. Expertise in plastic processing of thermoplastic insert, hot-oil, thermoset, compression and transfer molding plastic materials including glass-filled nylons, PPS, Acetal/POM, PPA/Amodel, PET, PBT, ABS, etc. Capabilities include product design, prototyping, tooling and high-volume production.
PMG Technologies, Inc. in Blainville, Québec.
A test facility established by Transport Canada for compliance and research testing of motor vehicles. Provides testing services to the transportation industry such as full vehicle safety standard testing (including crash and structural tests); highway features safety performance evaluation (NCHRP 350); environmental test programs in controlled chambers; research and development programs for any type of vehicle; dynamic testing on various test tracks and test surfaces; winter testing on snow and ice surface; and hosting of special and promotional events with full logistic support.
Precise Dimensional Inspection, LLC in Temperance, Michigan.
Services include dimensional inspection, precision tooling, injection molded products layout/metrology.
Precision Measuring Corporation in Fraser, Michigan.
A provider of dimensional metrology services.
Primetime Testing Laboratory, Inc. in Clinton Township, Michigan.
A mechanical testing laboratory. Automotive experience includes component and vehicle assembly, light duty truck, materials testing, machine build and design, as well as program management and engineering. Services include provides DV, PV, and PPAP testing.
ProCat Testing in Wixom, Michigan.
Specializes in the design, development and testing of vehicle emission systems.
Q-Lab Corporation in Homestead, Florida.
Q-Lab Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio.
A provider of material durability testing products and services. Specializes in light stability and weathering testing.
RCO Engineering, Inc. in Roseville, Michigan.
A provider of whole vehicle, total product development, design and engineering services. Capabilities include interior and exterior plastic trim components, tools and parts; 3-D design services; seat development (foam, trim, plastic and metal); low volume production; aluminum injection mold tooling and production; wire harness development; and contract labor placements.
Reliable Analysis, Inc. in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A provider of materials, components, vibration and acoustic testing services, consultation, failure analysis and molding of test specimens.
Retlif Testing Laboratories in Ronkonkoma, New York.
A service laboratory providing testing, engineering and certification services for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), environmental simulation, acoustic noise, and product safety, etc.
Revolutionary Engineering, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
A dynamometer test system integration resource and testing facility. Applications include motor control, dynamometer testing, and power conversion systems.
Ricardo, Inc. in Van Buren Township, Michigan.
Designs and develops engines, transmissions, drivelines and vehicle systems and develops gasoline, diesel and fuel cell technologies. Other services include engine and vehicle acoustic development and refinement, system control/calibration and thermal management. Capabilities also include hybrid and electric vehicle battery pack development and testing.
Roush Industries, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
An automotive engineering firm specializing in providing automotive engineering, development and manufacturing services. Manufactures and markets performance vehicles, crate motors, and vehicle components.
Russells Technical Products, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
A global supplier of environmental test systems. Product line includes pre-engineered temperature/humidity chambers, custom temperature/humidity chambers, thermal shock chambers, walk-in chambers, altitude chambers, agree chambers, environmental rooms, portable conditioning units, cooling tunnels and industrial cryogenic freezers.
Savant, Inc. in Midland, Michigan.
An independent laboratory and research center specializing in ASTM and custom tests on engine oils, transmission fluids and other lubricants.
Sciemetric Instruments, Inc. in Ottawa, Ontario.
A provider of defect detection, analysis and traceability solutions. Services include data acquisition test and analysis for in-process and end-of-line testing, process monitoring and defect detection on manufacturing lines. Brake, engine, powertrain, and HVAC applications include press, leak, gauging, pressure, and torque to turn.
SEA Limited in Columbus, Ohio.
Specializes in vehicular research, specifically vehicle dynamics, vehicle handling testing, crash testing, and occupant safety.
Serigraph, Inc. in West Bend, Wisconsin.
Provides graphic overlays for functional, decorative, informative and integrated applications. Capabilities include screen printing, offset printing, digital printing, forming and embossing, die-cutting, laminating, and in-mold decorating. Facilities include Class 10,000 and 100,000 clean rooms and a certified testing laboratory.
SGS Automotive Services Inc. in Rutherford, New Jersey.
A provider of testing, verification and inspection services for ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001, QS-9000, ISO/TS 16949, AS9000 and AS9100, TL 9000, SA 8000, and OHSAS 18001. Other capabilities include second party supplier audits, second party service audits and training.
SGS Environmental Testing Corporation in Aurora, Colorado.
A high-altitude vehicle and engine emission testing, certification, and research laboratory serving automotive manufacturers, engine manufacturers, suppliers, national laboratories, research organizations, and others. Vehicle services include emission and fuel economy testing, vehicle evaporative emissions (running loss & ORVR), cold and extreme temperature testing, all wheel drive, altitude simulation, outdoor fleet fuel station, vehicle procurement (IUVP), mileage accumulation, etc. Engine services include: transient diesel, gasoline, and alternate fuel emission testing, altitude simulation (sea-level to 12,000 feet), cold testing, spark ignited engine testing, light duty and on-highway heavy duty diesel testing, etc.
SGS Testing Services Group, LLC in Lapeer, Michigan.
Specializes in test and evaluation of fuel components and complete fuel systems. Services include evaporative emission testing (EPA, CARB), fuel pump/module durability, vibration, thermal cycling, burst testing, competitive benchmark evaluation, fuel fill testing, impact testing, pressure/vacuum testing, slosh testing, swell management (fuel tank), flammability testing and vent cap evaluation.
S. Himmelstein and Company in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
A producer of precision transducers, production test systems, data acquisition systems, performance test systems, and signal conditioning instruments.
Shipston Aluminum Technologies, LLC in Franklin, Indiana.
A manufacturer of die-cast aluminum and magnesium automotive components. Capabilities include high-pressure die-casting, squeeze casting and vacuum/pressure riserless casting (VRC/PRC). Application areas include chassis, suspension, engine, and driveline systems. Products include sub-frames, cradles, and cross-members; control arms; knuckles; engine system bases; cover assemblies; body covers; motor housings; brackets; valve bodies; electronic enclosures; steering armatures; and scrolls.
Singleton Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio.
A manufacturer of cyclic corrosion testing equipment, standard salt fog corrosion testing equipment, immersion testing equipment, dust test equipment and metal plating equipment used in all aspects of industry. Environmental test chambers include cyclic chambers, salt fog chambers, dust chambers, and immersion systems. Metal finishing equipment includes plating barrels, portable plating barrels, metal plating barrels, processing tanks, and bronze tank saddles.
SinterCast, Inc. in Naperville, Illinois.
Develops, manufactures and markets process control systems for the industrial production of compacted graphite iron (CGI). The SinterCast process is marketed to foundries primarily for the manufacturing engines.
SKF USA, Inc. in Elgin, Illinois.
Designs and manufactures dynamic shaft seals for engine, transmission, driveline and wheel-end systems; rack and pinion steering gear seals; power steering pump seals; MIP gasket modules for cover plates and pans; and gas spring seals as well as supplies valve stem seals, bonded piston seals and bearing seals.
SKF USA, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Site activities include technical support, including new product development, qualification testing, and noise and vibration analysis. Application areas include car and truck hub units, electric motor bearings, traction motor bearings, ball bearings and bearing systems.
Smithers RAPRA in Akron, Ohio.
A testing laboratory. Provides rubber and plastics material analysis services such as performance evaluations of virgin & recycled plastics, rubber, sealants, parts, wheels and tires. Areas of expertise include abrasion, UV & light resistance, chemical, general physical properties including vibration, environmental cycling and stress analysis. Application areas include hard & soft interior trim, switches, shifters, vents, door panels, instrument panels, seating, bumpers, grilles, lighting, weather-stripping, spoilers, rubbing strips, door seals, coolant hose, intercooler hose, plastic manifolds, underhood seals & gaskets, diffusers, mud flaps, mounts, brake hoses and suspension components, etc.
Soundwich, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A manufacturer of acoustic and thermal treatments such as melt-on dampers, expandable dampers, oil pan dampers, high-temperature dampers, floor pan dampers, heat shields, and stiffeners.
Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas.
An independent, nonprofit, applied engineering and physical sciences research and development organization. Capabilities include design, engineering, and evaluation services for automotive components, systems, and assemblies, such as general parts & commodities; body, trim & glass; brake, systems & components; climate control system & components; computing technologies, products & services; drivetrain/transmission & components; electrical & electronic components; engine & components; equipment & tools; exhaust system & components; fuel system & components; interior systems & components; materials; seats & components; steering systems & components; and suspension systems & components, etc.
Spectral Dynamics, Inc. in San Jose, California.
A supplier of systems and software for vibration testing, structural dynamics and acoustic analysis. Applications include design verification, product testing and process improvement by manufacturers of all types of electronic and mechanical products.
Stabilus USA in Gastonia, North Carolina.
A manufacturer of hydro-pneumatic adjustment elements (gas springs), hydraulic vibration dampers, hydraulic door stays, and automatic opening and closing systems for doors, trunk lids, and tailgates.
Strattec Security Corporation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A supplier of vehicle access systems. Designs, develops, manufactures and markets mechanical locks, electro-mechanical locks and related security products for major automotive manufacturers. Products include latches, locksets, keys, keyless entry systems, keyless ignition systems, remote start systems, ignition housing assemblies and accessory locks.
Taber Industries in North Tonawanda, New York.
Designs and manufactures materials testing instruments and specializes in wear and abrasion testing. Products include abrasion testing instruments, etc.
Tachi-S Engineering U.S.A., Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Provides engineering services, design, prototyping and testing for seating systems.
The AEgis Technologies Group, Inc. in Huntsville, Alabama.
Specializes in modeling & simulation (M&S) and micro/nanoscale technology development. Provides products and services for modeling and simulation, including expertise in high level architecture (HLA); object-oriented analysis and design; simulation and software development, integration, and analysis; verification, validation, and accreditation programs for software and simulations; and electro-optic/infrared technology and systems. Automotive application capabilities include representing the powertrain, energy and power management systems, and controls for a variety of vehicles.
The Myles Group in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of engineering testing and measurement services as well as consulting, testing, validation of prototype parts, containers and dunnage designs for automotive VMs and upper tier suppliers. Develops robots, hydraulic clutch systems for trucks, hydraulic and electronic closed loop systems for machine tool applications, integrates high speed servo controlled systems for injection molding machines, etc.
TI Automotive, Ltd. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of fluid storage, carrying, and delivery systems, vapor management systems and hydro-formed components. Products include gasoline direct-injection and diesel fuel lines and rails as well as fluid carrying lines for turbocharger coolant systems.
Toledo Molding & Die, Inc. in Toledo, Ohio.
A manufacturer of plastic injection and blow molds. Capabilities include mechanical laboratory services, prototypes, models, injection mold tooling, blow mold tooling, injection molded plastic parts, blow molded plastic parts, HVAC components (ducts, doors housings, etc), HVAC assemblies, engine air induction components and assemblies, injection and blow molded fluid reservoirs, plastic trim components, I/P assemblies, console assemblies, and engine cooling module assemblies.
Toyota Canada, Inc. in Scarborough, Ontario.
A vehicle manufacturer.
Transportation Research Center, Inc. in East Liberty, Ohio.
An independent proving ground providing support for durability, dynamics, handling, NVH, test driver training, fuel economy, emissions, crash, impact simulation, and human factors testing. Testing encompasses vehicles, brakes, fuels, suspension systems, tires, glazing, highway appurtenances, and safety systems for research and compliance for all types of land transportation vehicles.
Trialon Corporation in Burton, Michigan.
A test and engineering company. Test capabilities include temperature cycling, humidity, salt, dust, vibration shock, EMI/EMC, ESD, electrical transients, tensile strength, compression force, mechanical/material testing, HHLT and test equipment design/assembly, test fixture design/assembly.
Ultimate Hydroforming, Inc. in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Services include laser cutting, CMM inspection, pressure testing, penetrant inspection, stamping, fabrication, resistance welding (spot & seam), fusion welding and deep drawn products. Products include brackets, heat shields, chassis parts etc.
Umicore Autocat USA, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive emission control catalysts. Services include the processing of base metals and precious metals into specialty materials for emission control catalysts.
Unholtz-Dickie Corporation in Wallingford, Connecticut.
A supplier of electrodynamic type vibration test equipment including slip table assemblies, instrumentation and digital control products for random, sinusoidal and shock testing, vibration test systems from 50 lbf to 50,000 lbf, electrodynamic shakers, power amplifiers, digital vibration controllers, transducer calibration test systems, long stroke thrusters, head expanders, instrumentation and accelerometers.
United Radio Automotive Electronics in East Syracuse, New York.
A provider of audio-related bench testers and programming tools, support services as well as logistics and warehousing for the automotive and other industries.
UQM Technologies, Inc. in Longmont, Colorado.
A developer and manufacturer of power dense, high efficiency motors, precision gears and gear assemblies, wire harness assemblies, electronic boxes and circuit boards for the automotive markets including electric power systems for battery electric, hybrid electric and fuel cell electric vehicles, 42-volt under-the-hood power accessories.
Vehicular Testing Services, LLC in Lytle, Texas.
An over the road automotive testing company doing research & development and durability testing for vehicle and component manufacturers. Capabilities include tire testing, durability testing, component testing, lubricant testing and special projects.
Viewpoint Systems, Inc. in Rochester, New York.
A systems integrator that provides services in test and measurement, data acquisition, industrial automation, manufacturing test and product development.
Windsor Machine & Stamping Ltd. in LaSalle, Ontario.
Designs, engineers and integrates headrest frames and assemblies using wire products, tubular components, stampings, foam, fabric and plastic parts to produce assembled headrests. Other products include seating components, upper and lower exhaust hangers and assemblies, modular assemblies, structural brackets and braces.
Wix Filtration Products in Gastonia, North Carolina.
A supplier of filtration products. Maintains complete, in-house engineering, research and development, product testing laboratories, product prototyping facilities and technical service/product management.
Woodward Governor Company in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Specializes in plasma ignition and combustion feedback for internal combustion engines.
XMI Corporation in Valencia, California.
Provides testing services for production and pre-production vehicles. Application areas include friction materials, brake parts and their components for commercial automakers and suppliers. Products include data acquisition equipment.
X-R-I Testing in Troy, Michigan.
Providesnon-destructive testing services.