Engineering Aids/Tools/Services (158)
Providers of engineering aids, accessories, tools, equipment and related-services to automotive part and component manufacturers.
ANXeBusiness Corporation in Southfield, Michigan.
Operates the ANX network, a virtual private network that offers electronic procurement and collaborative engineering services to the automotive industry. Virtual Services, Inc. is a supplier of CAD/CAM software including Catia V4 & V5 and Unigraphics NX, training, implementation services, consulting, and technical support for compliance with the requirements of General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Honda, Toyota, Nissan, etc.
Applied Composites Engineering in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A provider of design, engineering, development and manufacturing services for advanced composite structures. Product applications include air intake control systems for hybrid vehicles. Products include valve covers, splitters, high-temp intake systems, seats, floor pans, air ducts, chassis, brake ducts, body panels, etc.
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.
Applus+ IDIADA North America in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Provides engineering services. Automotive application areas include active safety, passive safety, powertrain, electronics, NVH, HVAC and thermal comfort, durability and reliability.
ArcelorMittal Automotive North America in Chicago, Illinois.
Produces carbon and high-strength low-alloy flat-rolled steels for vehicle manufacturers.
ARKK Engineering, Inc. in Oak Park, Michigan.
A provider of automotive wheel and tire processing tooling systems.
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.
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.
Bosch Automotive Proving Grounds in New Carlisle, Indiana.
A provider of vehicle testing and development services including hydraulic and air brake system government certification, complete brake system development and individual component evaluation, accelerated structural durability testing, powertrain durability testing mileage accumulation, noise pass-by testing, fuel economy evaluation, roof crush testing.
Brüel & Kjær North America Inc. in Norcross, Georgia.
A provider of noise and vibration harshness (NVH) test equipment to the automotive industry. Products include microphones, accelerometers, laser vibrometers, force transducers, signal conditioning, sound level meters, shakers & controllers, NVH analyzers, and post processing software. Engineering support services include NVH consulting, continuing education classes, and production test services. Application areas of expertise include sound intensity, acoustic holography, modal analysis, order tracking, in vehicle data recording, human vibration, and passby noise systems. Capabilities include calibration of NVH test equipment at an A2LA and ISO 9000 certified calibration facility as well as onsite calibration.
CADCAM-E.COM, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
An engineering services and software development company focusing on CAD software development and related engineering. Provides data translation and visualization software and product configurators. Engineering services feature multi-discipline CAD/CAM/CAE design, engineering, analysis, data translation and software development.
caelynx, LLC in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A provider of computer-aided engineering consulting services.
CAE Services Corporation in Batavia, Illinois.
A provider of plastic engineering services for OEM product managers, mold builders and injection molders. Services include conceptual part design, MoldFill, MoldCool, and Warpage analysis to mold construction and mold sampling.
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.
Casting Impregnators, Inc. in Franklin Park, Illinois.
Provides services for sealing porosity in castings, powder metal parts and plastic components using a vacuum-pressure process and anaerobic sealants. Applications include air conditioning compressor housings, blocks, cylinder heads, manifolds, sensors, electrical coils, solenoids, relays, and connectors.
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.
Celanese Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of engineered resins. Technical services include collaborative product design, web-based and off-line CAE design analyses (e.g., structural and mold-filling analyses), and prototype molding trials.
CeramTec North America Corporation in Laurens, South Carolina.
A supplier of automotive ceramic components including electrical substrates, insulators, actuators, and sensor elements.
Chelexa Design & Engineering, L.L.C. in Canton, Michigan.
A provider of design and engineering services for the automotive, heavy truck and other markets. Capabilities include CAD design, engineering, tooling, injection molding, measurement services, prototyping, and production. CAD systems include SDRC I-Deas, PDGS, Unigraphics and Catia.
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.
Compuplast Canada, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A provider of engineering/simulation software and services for injection molding, thermoforming, blow molding and extrusion.
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.
Continental, Inc. in Anderson, Indiana.
Specializes in automotive exterior lighting components (headlamps, LED signal lighting), recruiting (contract or direct hire), third-party quality inspection services (at customer sites or off-site), and engineering projects in both product development and manufacturing engineering.
CONTROLTEC® in Allen Park, Michigan.
A provider of powertrain and vehicle systems engineering solutions for engineering, validation, warranty reduction and certification applications.
Creaform, Inc. in Lévis, Québec.
Provides reverse engineering and 3D digital technologies associated with laser scanning: laser scan and reverse engineering, design and styling support, digitalization and cad services, 3D product library, and 3D inspection.
CVG Alabama in Piedmont, Alabama.
Designs, engineers and manufactures suspension and static seats, seat frames, and suspension assemblies. Manufacturing capabilities include stamping & tube bending, welding, painting, cutting, sewing, etc.
Dayton Machine Tool Company in Dayton, Ohio.
Re-manufacturers of metal cutting machine tools. Services include remanufacturing, retooling and retrofitting existing machines; designing and building special machines; on-site electrical retrofits; on-site repair services; on-site laser calibration and alignment evaluations; and project specification development.
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.
Dematic Corporation in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Designs, manufactures and installs material handling systems for manufacturers and others. Services include supply chain analysis, system design, project management, and implementation of integrated solutions, including: paperless picking technologies, automated storage and retrieval, material flow conveyors and high-speed sortation systems. Also provides integration of hardware, controls, and software allowing visualization and optimization of material flow, business processes, and supply chains.
Design Systems, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
An engineering firm specializing in manufacturing process design and integration. Services include plant layout, Lean manufacturing principles, conveyor layout, selection and routing, electrical (power distribution, controls design, systems integration), facilities (ventilation, compressed air, weld water), plant and operation simulation (AutoMod simulation software), overall plant and property aerial photograph and ACAD file development, auto CAD detailing and drafting services, site installation and system start up assistance, project planning and scheduling, industrial engineering services, ergonomics development and implementation group, and operations visual aids, etc.
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.
Digital Metrology Solutions, Inc. in Columbus, Indiana.
A metrology consulting firm specializing in surface and form measurement and analysis.
Dimensional Layout Services, Inc. in Marine City, Michigan.
Provides quality control inspection services, dimensional inspection services, automotive quality control and dimensional layout inspection services.
Document Engineering Company, Inc. in Van Nuys, California.
A supplier of engineering standards documents.
Dynamic Robotic Solutions, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of flexible manufacturing systems utilizing five- and six-axis robots. Products include turnkey robotic systems for the automotive and other industries. Process expertise includes water jet cutting, router trimming, laser trimming and scoring, deflashing, material handling, flexible measuring systems, assembly, adhesive dispensing, joining and welding. Capabilities include project management, engineering, simulation services, fabricating and machining, system integration and certification, software, training, service and support.
Edison Welding Institute in Columbus, Ohio.
An engineering and technology organization promoting welding and materials joining assistance, contract research, consulting services and training to member companies in the automotive and other industries.
EHD Technologies, LLC in Brentwood, Tennessee.
A engineering solutions provider specializing in lean manufacturing implementation, quality engineering services, QMS services, technical training, customer/supplier liaison support, and technical recruiting and placement.
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.
Electrovaya, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
Supplier of batteries and battery technologies.
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.
Emprise Corporation in Kennesaw, Georgia.
An engineering firm specializing in the design and construction of custom automotive test stands (for engines and components). Services include building new facilities and modernizing existing facilities. Products include turbine anemometers for wind tunnel testing and fuel cell humidification systems. Automotive capabilities include testing gasoline and diesel engines from 25 hp to 8000 hp, radiator cooling analysis (calorimeters, diesel emission test stands, component test stands, etc.
Engineered Plastic Components, Inc. in Osceola, Wisconsin.
A provider of product engineering services, injection molding and insert molding of precision tight tolerance automotive components using CAD/CAE/CAM technology and concurrent engineering. Capabilities include instrument panel (IP) assemblies; door panel assemblies; heating, ventilation & air conditioning (HVAC) assemblies; as well as interior and exterior parts.
ESG Automotive, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of automotive engineering services and a process and technology consultant. Expertise includes development of control units and functions as well as integration. Provides process consultation for requirements management, configuration management and project management in accordance with CMMI and SPICE methods.
ETAS, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A supplier of engineering tools, applications and services for automotive embedded control development, testing and calibration. Products include ECU development tools, real-time operating system architecture tools & diagnostic and service solutions.
EXEDY Globalparts Corporation in Belleville, Michigan.
A supplier of manual and automatic transmission-related parts. Products include pressure plates, torque converters, powertrain components, clutch discs, flywheels, etc.
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.
FARO Technologies, Inc. in Lake Mary, Florida.
A provider of three dimensional quality control products for manufacturers in the automotive and other industries including portable measurement and imaging solutions such as contact point-to-point instruments, computer-aided measurement software, and non-contact scanners.
Formel D USA, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Formel D USA, Inc. in Greenville, South Carolina.
A provider of quality engineering process, rework and retrofit, documentation, quality training, and audio-visual support services.
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems in Fairfax, Virginia.
An engineering services company providing crash data collection and analysis, automotive safety testing services in the fields of full scale crash occupant and restraint system development, component testing and tire research, and the design and integration of automotive safety testing equipment and facilities, as well as research, testing, development and evaluation (RTD&E) in automotive safety systems serving government and commercial customers providing engineering services. Automotive and component crash testing, Vehicle Engineering, System Analysis and Development, Integration, Deployment, Simulation, Crash Data Collection, Special Crash Investigations, and Transportation Safety and Information Systems.
Generalety, LLC in Canton, Michigan.
A provider of engineering and staffing services. Specializes in computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE). Application areas include sheet metal stamping; vehicle crashworthiness, durability, NVH, & dynamics; as well as computational fluide dynamics (CFD). Products include stamping tools and fixtures.
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.
Hanon Systems USA, LLC in Shorter, Alabama.
Products include HVAC cooling modules and front-end modules. Products include heat exchangers.
HBM-nCode in Southfield, Michigan.
A provider of durability management solutions. Offering data acquisition hardware, fatigue analysis software, and custom durability solutions for streamlining the engineering process.
Hi-Shear Automotive Corporation in Torrance, California.
A supplier of parking brake components and axle spindle nuts.
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.
Humanetics Innovative Solutions, Inc. in Huron, Ohio.
A supplier of safety-related test equipment and services to the automotive and other industries specializing in anthropomorphic crash dummies.
ICAM Technologies Corporation in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec.
Develops, sells and supports a technology that interfaces computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software to computer controlled machine tools. Products include CAM-Post (NC Post-Processor Development Tool), ICAM Custom NC Post-Processors, ICAM training services, and ICAM consultation services.
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.
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.
Johnson Matthey ECT in Wayne, Pennslyvania.
A supplier of automotive emission control catalysts for gasoline and diesel engine vehicles.
Kauffman Engineering, Inc. in Logansport, Indiana.
A manufacturer of automotive electrical wire harnesses, lead wires, molded plugs and cable assemblies.
Kimball Electronics Group, Inc. in Jasper, Indiana.
Provides electronic manufacturing services such as contract assembly to the automotive industry. Application areas include air bag ECUs, stability control ECUs, electronic power steering, sensors, telematics, infotainment systems, navigation systems, etc.
Kineticorp, LLC in Greenwood Village, Colorado.
A provider of forensic engineering and verification services.
Knott Laboratory, LLC in Centennial, Colorado.
A provider of forensic engineering and animation services.
Koller-Craft South in Gadsden, Alabama.
Products and services include stamping dies, automated assembly and test equipment, metal stamped assemblies, molded plastic components, and electronic assemblies. Capabilities include product engineering, machining, plating, metal stamping, plastic injection molding, tool and die manufacturing, welding, cable and wire harnessing, powder coating and silk screening, testing, packaging and distribution.
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.
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.
Mahr Federal Inc. in Providence, Rhode Island.
A supplier of dimensional gauging equipment including calipers, micrometers, dial and digital indicators; mechanical, plug, air, and electronic gages; height gages and dimensional standards; calibration systems and lab gages; form, surface roughness and contour; gear and shaft measurement systems. Capabilities include custom design and gage build; gage repair, calibration, and field services.
Mancor Indiana, Inc. in Anderson, Indiana.
Provides machining services. Products include flywheel housings.
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.
MAYA Heat Transfer Technologies, Ltd. in Montreal, Québec.
Provides mechanical engineering simulation software solutions and services. Specializing in integrated thermal and fluid flow simulation for the automotive industry. Applications include underhood and engine cooling, electronics-thermal, head lamp and lighting analysis, exhaust and underbody thermal, fuel systems, brake systems thermal management, and interior climate control.
MEA Forensic Engineers & Scientists Ltd. in Richmond, British Columbia.
Provides investigational services for vehicle collision, material and product failure cases. Exclusive distributor of PC-Crash collision simulation software.
Mercedes-Benz Technology North America, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A global automotive engineering and consulting company providing customized services and products for engineering, consulting, operations, qualification and training.
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.
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.
Minco Tool & Mold, Inc. in Dayton, Ohio.
A full service plastics manufacturing facility. Services include product design, mold building, injection molding, secondary operations and assembly.
MNP Corporation in Utica, Michigan.
A manufacturer of fasteners, screws, rivets, washers, etc.
MSC Software Corporation in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of software tools that automate the product design and manufacturing process. Capabilities include the ability to model, simulate, and analyze suspension design, vehicle dynamics, engine, powertrain and driveline, durability, and noise, vibration and harshness by combining mathematical models of subsystems and simulating full-vehicle performance on a virtual test track or in a virtual test lab. Products include MSC.Nastran, MSC.ADAMS, and MSC.Patran. Features include the ability to share design attributes and simulation results among global engineering teams and suppliers to evaluate and optimize performance.
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.
Multimatic, Inc. in Markham, Ontario.
Manufactures stampings, welded assemblies, mechanisms, and shock absorbers. Services include the design and development of automotive body hardware and vehicle suspension systems.
Munro & Associates, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A consulting firm offering assistance in implementing and sustaining concurrent engineering best practices to maximize product value, quality and profit. Special expertise in design for assembly, design for manufacturability, assembly ergonomics, technology transfer, VA/VE analysis, strategic planning and predicting/enhancing quality through a proprietary quality report card. Services also include a complete product teardown facility where products are analyzed for total accounted cost reduction and quality improvements.
Murray Corporation in Hunt Valley, Maryland.
A supplier of clamping tools. Products include constant tension clamps, worm-drive hose clamps, embossed worm-gear hose clamps, T-bolt clamps, seamless pinch clamps, ear clamps, PEX seampless clamps as well as custom-designed specialty clamps. Tools include split die chasers, bolt tri-gage sizers, and crimping tools.
National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
A non-regulatory federal agency within the U.S. Commerce Department's Technology Administration that maintains a manufacturing engineering laboratory to serve the measurements and standards needs of discrete-parts manufacturers in the automotive and other industries. Services include dimensional and mechanical metrology, etc.
National Instruments Corporation in Austin, Texas.
A provider of engineering software with applications in the areas of powertrain, body and chassis, safety, automotive electronics and manufacturing testing.
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.
Omega Plastics, Inc. in Clinton Township, Michigan.
Specializes in rapid cut tooling services and low volume production of plastic and metal components.
Opal-RT Technologies, Inc. in Montréal, Québec.
A supplier of hardware, software and expertise to provide real-time engineering simulation solutions such as enabling technologies, turnkey engineering simulators, and consulting services that include systems integration, software development, simulation and modeling, problem-solving, and training.
Optical Research Associates in Pasadena, California.
An optical engineering services organization and developer of the optical design software packages CODE V®, used for the optical design of image-forming lens systems, and LightTools 3D solid modeling product for illumination design and analysis.
Optimal Computer Aided Engineering, Inc. in Plymouth Township, Michigan.
A provider of staffing services, CAE services, training services and dimensional measurement services.
Parker Hannifin Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio.
A manufacturer of pneumatic, fluid connector, hydraulic, filtration and seal technology products.
PGK Engineering in Troy, Michigan.
Services include product design, engineering & development, staffing and technology management.
PlanTech, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Services include auditing (internal & VDA 6.3 phase); global sourcing (PPAP/FAI support, APQP support, resident engineers, electrical engineers, FQE, SQE, FMEA support, program managers); supplier development; and supplier assessments.
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.
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.
Pointwise, Inc. in Ft. Worth, Texas.
A provider of CFD meshing software. Products include Gridgen software which serves as an enabling software bridge connecting computer aided design (CAD) software and analysis software such as computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finite element analysis (FEA).
Precision Measuring Corporation in Fraser, Michigan.
A provider of dimensional metrology services.
Pricol Technologies, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
Provides engineering services to the automotive and other industries. Automotive application areas include body engineering, seats, safety, regulation, homologation, value/cost analysis & value engineering, powertrain, chassis and virtual validation, etc.
Proto Manufacturing Ltd. in Oldcastle, Ontario.
Provider of non-destructive testing equipment using x-ray diffraction for any metallurgical specimen. Testing services provided on-site or in-house.
Quality Testing Calibration in Nicholasville, Kentucky.
A provider of calibration services. Specializes in hand tool calibration and repair.
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.
ReliaSoft Corporation in Tucson, Arizona.
A provider of reliability engineering, software, education consulting and services.
Ricardo, Inc. in Burr Ridge, Illinois.
Provides powertrain design, prototyping, testing, development and tooling for engines including diesel. Services include NVH refinement, control, emissions, thermal systems and HVAC engineering.
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.
Satyam-Venture Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd. in Troy, Michigan.
An engineering solutions provider. Services include design engineering, process engineering, reverse engineering, product data management, knowledge-based engineering, software customization, etc.
Sensor Developments, Inc. in Lake Orion, Michigan.
Designs and manufacturescustom force and torque sensors, dynamometer sensors and data acquisition equipment.
Sesin Engineering, LLC in LaGrange, Georgia.
Provides engineering and mechanical support to the West Point, Georgia KIA plant.
SEWS Canada, Ltd. in Bolton, Ontario.
Simalex Manufacturing Co., Ltd. in Langley, British Columbia.
A custom pressure die caster of aluminum, zinc and magnesium. Services also include machining and in-plant mold making with CAD/CAM and secondary product finishing (machining and vibratory).
Simulogix in Redwood City, California.
An engineering service provider with expertise in antilock brake/traction control systems, power steering systems, suspension and leveling systems, powertrains, energy management systems for internal combustion engines and electric vehicles, hydraulic modeling (brake lines, steering, fluid lines, values, pumps, etc.), crankshaft injection systems, integration of real-time systems, hardware/processor in-the-loop testing, generation of production code for embedded systems including fixed point, visual simulation systems (terrain modeling, roads, etc.), and unit/component level software testing.
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.
Society of Automotive Engineers in Warrendale, Pennsylvania.
Automotive engineer trade organization. Provides technical publications and an automotive industry directory
Southern Research Automotive in Birmingham, Alabama.
A full-service testing, research and development organization aimed at solving materials, corrosion and engineering issues for the automotive industry.
Spartan Light Metal Products, Inc. in Sparta, Illinois.
Services include aluminum die castings, full service machinery, assembly, painting, and design engineering.
Stat-Ease, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Provides statistical software, training and consulting services for design of experiments (DOE).
Sun Steel Treating, Inc. in South Lyon, Michigan.
A commercial heat treater offering salt bath heat treating, steam treating, IonWear and Ion Nitriding (Ionitriding). Servicing; stamping & forming, plastics, forging, die casting, etc.
Synopsys, Inc. in Mountain View, California.
A provider of software used by systems designers to design and verify mechatronics systems for power distribution, data/control networks, drivetrains, and wiring/cabling primarily for automotive and aerospace applications.
Tec-Ease, Inc. in Fredonia, New York.
Provides products and training for the manufacturing environment in the fields of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T), blueprint reading, coordinate measuring machines, mathematics (including statistics, design of experiment and six sigma) and ISO.
Technalysis, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana.
An engineering, consulting, and software development company specializing in solving complex flow and heat transfer problems in product design and manufacturing. Specialties include computer-aided engineering and software development. Products include engineering design software.
Tenibac-Graphion, Inc. in Clinton Township, Michigan.
Services include automotive interior pattern development, prototype texturing, production texturing, laser engraving, lettering, and texture and mold repair.
TES International, LLC in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of advanced engineering software applications and consulting services for complex thermal, electrical, and structural systems. Specializes in electronics cooling software 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 Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company in Akron, Ohio.
Specializes in tires, hoses, belts, interior trim, air springs, and molded rubber products.
The Lee Company in Westbrook, Connecticut.
A supplier of check valves, pressure relief valves, and leak-tight expansion plugs.
The PAC Group in Troy, Michigan.
Provides program management & management consulting services; product development & CAD services; supplier development services; component sourcing services; manufacturing engineering services.
Thermal Dynamics Corporation in Ontario, California.
Provides advanced-technology heat exchangers for the automotive, truck and other industries.
ThermoAnalytics, Inc. in Calumet, Michigan.
Develops thermal modeling and infrared analysis software for engineering design and analysis. Capabilities include engineering and software consulting services in the areas of CAD model development, heat management analysis, computational fluid dynamics simulation, and IR signature prediction. Products include RadTherm, a thermal analysis software program for integrated design and analysis of heat transfer related systems.
Touchstone Precision, Inc. in Auburn, Alabama.
A provider of engineering services, equipment, and components such as electrical parts, production of electrical components, design and sales of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, and multiple insert molding of metal and plastic.
TRAM, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of switches, steering wheels, airbags, steering column locks, and key sets.
TS Tech North America, Inc. in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.
Provides research & development services, manufacturing and delivery of complete automotive interior systems, including seats, roof and door liners.
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.
Valiant Machine & Tool Inc. in Windsor, Ontario.
Services include advanced engineering, feasibility studies, robotic and production simulation, 3D animation and visualization, process validation and development, design, fabrication and machining, assembly, tryout and de-bugging, training and documentation, installation and production support, reliability and maintainability services, spare parts and after sales, research and development of new technologies, etc.
Vibration Research Corporation in Jenison, Michigan.
A manufacturer of vibration control systems for electro-dynamic and servo-hydraulic shakers.
V I Engineering, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A software engineering consulting firm providing computer-based test, measurement and automation solutions for R&D, engineering development and manufacturing organizations.
Voith Industrial Services, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A provider of customized and integrated programs of management, labor services technology and materials technical support.
Waltonen Engineering, Inc. in Warren, Michigan.
A provider of 3D virtual CAD/CAM/CAE product design, modeling and simulation, quality analysis, plant layout, robotic programming, tool design, manufacturing processing and testing and validation. automated welding systems services.
Welding Technology Corporation in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Designer and manufacturer of resistance welding controls and related data acquisition systems.
Wells Manufacturing, L.P. in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin.
Designs and manufacturers electronic engine management systems, charging systems and sensors for the automotive aftermarket and the OEM market. Products include ignition, wire and cable, switches, sensors and components for fuel emissions and charging systems.
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.
Wright-K Technology, Inc. in Saginaw, Michigan.
A provider of custom machine tool manufacturing services including the design, build, rebuild and integration of assembly, test, and welding systems as well as complete turnkey systems. Engineering services include product design and prototyping, mechanical machine design, and electrical controls design and analysis. Additional services offered include technical employment personnel placement, 3rd party containment services, and inspection.
Zebra Imaging, Inc. in Austin, Texas.
Produces three-dimensional holographic visual images of complete vehicles.