New Technologies (81)
Companies offering proprietary technologies and organizations promoting emerging technologies with automotive vehicle or manufacturing applications.
1394 Trade Association in Bothell, Washington.
A trade association promoting the development of computer and consumer electronics systems that can be connected with each other via a single serial multimedia link. Automotive applications include in-vehicle cameras, vehicle local-area networks and in-vehicle infotainment, etc.
Advanced Automotive Batteries in Oregon House, California.
A battery industry consulting firm.
Agero, Inc. in Medford, Massachusetts.
A supplier of vehicle-based telematics services for automobile manufacturers including vehicle relationship management applications, remote diagnostics, automatic collision notification, location-based emergency response and road-side assistance, stolen-vehicle tracking, navigation and other location-based information services.
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.
Asbury Graphite Mills, Inc. in Asbury, New Jersey.
A supplier of carbon-based raw materials to the automotive industry for brakes, lubricants, plastics and rubber, and for the fuel cell industry for the manufacture of plates.
ATES, Inc. in Hamilton, Ontario.
Expertise in active thermally managed catalytic converter systems.
AUTO21 National Centres of Excellence in Windsor, Ontario.
A Canadian national research institute supporting collaborative partnerships between the public and private sectors in auto-related applied research and development. Areas of study include materials and manufacturing; powertrains, fuels and emissions; health and safety; intelligent systems and sensors; design processes and societal issues.
Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corporation in Burnaby, British Columbia.
The fuel cell stack research and development center of Daimler AG and Ford Motor Company. Provides fuel cell stacks for automotive applications, including cars, buses, vans and trucks.
AutonomouStuff, LLC in Morton, Illinois.
A supplier of autonomous vehicle system software and components.
Ballard Power Systems Inc. in Burnaby, British Columbia.
Develops, manufactures, and markets electric drives for both fuel cell and battery-powered electric vehicles as well as power electronics for fuel cells, micro turbines, and other distributed generation products.
Clean Air Power, Inc. in Poway, California.
A marketer of technologies for the use of natural gas as the primary fuel for heavy-duty diesel engines such as natural gas and low emission components, catalysts and other aftertreatment technologies, and natural gas fuel systems.
Connected Vehicle Trade Association in Plymouth, Michigan.
A non-profit business league established to facilitate the interaction, and advance the interests, of the entities involved in the vehicle communication environment. Enables the collaboration of companies, organizations, and governmental bodies engaged in developing vehicle communications.
Continental Automotive Systems U.S., Inc. in Deer Park, Illinois.
A provider of automotive communications solutions.
Continental Automotive Systems U.S., Inc. in Dearborn, Michigan.
A product development, test and manufacturing facility. Application areas include power electronics, motor design and systems for electrical drives for hybrid and fuel cell vehicles. Produces hybrid and e-Drive components.
Continental Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive powertrain, car body, chassis, safety and interior & infotainment systems and components. Areas of expertise include piezo common rail diesel injection systems; air-fuel modules and complete air induction systems; electronic throttle controls (ETCs); mechatronic transmission controls; multipoint, multi-loop airbag controllers; pressure sensor satellite for side airbags; 24 GHz near-field radar sensing; occupant weight and classification sensors for airbags; tire pressure monitoring systems; intelligent switching units; electronic climate-control units; window closure force limitation motors with anti-pinch; passive keyless entry; human factors optimized instrument clusters; commercial vehicle mobile office systems; advanced driver information and navigation systems; re-configurable displays; and vehicle cockpit systems, etc.
DELRAY Systems Corporation in Rochester, Michigan.
A provider of additive manufacturing and 3D printing services and solutions.
Diesel Technology Forum in Frederick, Maryland.
A non-profit organization promoting diesel technology applications. Member companies include diesel engine manufacturers, fuel suppliers, etc.
EcoMotors International in Allen Park, Michigan.
A developer of next-generation diesel engine technologies.
Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory in Fort Collins, Colorado.
A university laboratory specializing in fuel injection and ignition systems research.
Envia Systems, Inc. in Newark, California.
A developer of battery technologies. Expertise includes lithium ion battery systems with applications for electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.
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.
Experience Dynamics, Inc. in Portland, Oregon.
A vehicle telematics usability and user interface design consultancy firm. Services include human machine interface design, usability research, driver distraction, hardware and software design, ergonomics, human factors engineering consultancy and telematics.
Fabrisonic, LLC in Columbus, Ohio.
A provider of 3D metal printing services. Capabilities include low-temperature ultrasonic additive manufacturing. Application areas include heat exchangers, rapid prototyping, metal matrix composites, embedded electronics & sensors and custom materials.
Fiberforge®, Inc. in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.
A technology development company researching processes for manufacturing lightweight thermoplastic advaned composite parts and components for the automotive and other industries..
Fraunhofer USA, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
An institute that carries out contract research and development work in the fields of chemical energetics, polymer technologies, and environmental engineering.
Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association in Washington, District of Columbia.
An industry association dedicated to fostering the commercialization of fuel cells in the United States. Members include the world's leading fuel cell developers, manufacturers, suppliers and customers.
GE Intelligent Platforms in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A provider of industrial automation hardware, software and embedded computing systems solutions.
GM/UM Advanced Battery Coalition for Drivetrains in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A collaborative effort to accelerate the development of advanced batteries via experimentation and simulation to better understand and resolve issues related battery life and performance. Also will develop standards and tools for controls architecture; packaging; incorporation of cooling strategies; and thermal, electrochemical, and structural finite-element simulation.
Greenlight Innovation Corporation in Burnaby, British Columbia.
A supplier of automated test stations for fuel cell stacks, fuel cell components, fuel reformers, electrolyzers and fuel cell systems as well as fuel cell diagnostic equipment. Services include fuel cell testing.
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.
IMPCO Technologies, Inc. in Santa Ana, California.
A supplier of gaseous fuel management and storage systems and components that allow internal combustion engines and other propulsion systems to operate on alternative fuels such as natural gas, propane, ethanol, methanol and hydrogen used in fuel cells.
Inmatech, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A supplier of supercapacitor technology for automotive electric vehicle applications.
KVA STAINLESS™ Incorporated in Escondido, California.
A stainless steel tubing supplier. Technology patents include processes to produce stampted structural components as well as welded shapes. Automotive application areas include vehicle pillars, sub-frames, cross beams, frame rails, frame brackets, roof rails, seat frames, seat rails, door beams, bumper beams, control arms, instrument panel reinforcements, running boards, roll-bars, tow hooks, bumper hitches, roof racks, etc.
Leyden Energy, Inc. in Fremont, California.
Provides expertise in the development of lithium-ion battery technology.
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.
LIM Technology, LLC in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
Expertise in the research and development of direct injection 2-stroke engines. Service includes design and testing of special projects and fabrication of machined parts of titanium and aluminum. Designs, fabricates, assembles and tests experimental engines. Capabilities include fabrication in iron, steel, aluminum, titanium, other metals and most plastics.
Logikos, Inc. in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Provides design services and complete assemblies for advanced automotive electronic systems, such as telematics, mobile multimedia, safety/security systems, body electronics, and CD players. Also develops software for powertrain controls, body electronics, chassis controls, and instrumentation.
Magna Electronics Technical Center in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A developer and supplier of electric propulsion and energy management systems for hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), and battery electric vehicles (BEV). Also develops automotive wheel interior hub motors.
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.
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.
MicroVision, Inc. in Redmond, Washington.
A supplier of optical scanning systems for a broad range of display and imaging applications. Applications include head-up maps and instrumentation displays.
Mobileye, Inc. in Jericho, New York.
A technology company that focuses on the development of vision-based advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) providing warnings for collision prevention and mitigation that combine artificial vision image processing, multiple technological applications and information technology. Application areas include lane departure warning, forward collision warning, headway monitoring, pedestrian detection, high beam assist, traffic sign recognition, adaptive cruise control, etc.
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.
NextEnergy Center in Detroit, Michigan.
A non-profit alternative energy technology incubator. Promotes the use of alternative energy technologies (AET) by supporting research, design, manufacturing, education, commercialization and marketing in the State of Michigan and elsewhere in the United States.
NOHMs Technologies, Inc. in Rochester, New York.
A developer of sulphur composite electrodes, electrolytes, and hybrid material thin-film separators for vehicle lithium sulfur battery applications.
Ogura Industrial Corporation in Somerset, New Jersey.
A supplier of electromagnetic clutches and brakes for gas and diesel engine applications. Also supplies air pump blowers to circulate air within fuel cells.
Open Applications Group, Inc. in Marietta, Georgia.
An organization that promotes best practices and XML content for e-business and application integration to the automotive and other industries.
OSGi Alliance in San Ramon, California.
Promotes network delivery of managed services and applications to local networks and devices in a vehicle.
Paice LLC in Baltimore, Maryland.
Developer of the Hyperdrive™ powertrain that allows automobiles to improve fuel economy, emissions and maintain or even improve vehicle driving characteristics, such as acceleration, passing and incline power.
Peloton Technology in Mountain View, California.
Expertise includes automated vehicle technologies.
Phantom Intelligence in Québec, Québec.
A provider of LiDAR collision warning sysems
Pi Innovo, LLC in Plymouth, Michigan.
A provider of electronics and software solutions for the automotive industry for engine controllers, gearbox, HEV and distributed architecture, telematics systems, body control, instrument clusters, vehicle infotainment and systems engineering training. Products include the OpenECU range of automotive-grade controllers, available in volumes from 1-100,000 for a wide range of applications including engine, gearbox, chassis and emissions controls.
Pinnacle Engines in San Carlos, California.
A technology company specializing in four-stroke engines based on spark-ignited (Si), opposed-piston, sleeve-valve architecture.
Planar Energy Devices, Inc. in Orlando, Florida.
A developer, manufacturer and marketer of metallic-lithium solid state battery products for electrical and automotive uses.
PolyPlus Battery Company, Inc. in Berkeley, California.
A developmer of lithium/air and lithium/seawater battery technologies.
Primet Precision Materials, Inc. in Ithaca, New York.
Expertise includes lithium ion battery materials.
QNX Software Systems, Inc. in Ottawa, Ontario.
A provider of real-time operating systems, development tools, and middleware for automotive telematics, infotainment, and navigation applications.
Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc. in Lake Forest, California.
Specializes in designing and integrating complete OEM powertrain systems for a multitude of applications including alternative fuel, gasoline, diesel, hybrid and fuel cell vehicles.
Research Frontiers Incorporated in Woodbury, New York.
Develops and licenses proprietary light-control technology for use in electrically operated light-control devices that regulate the transmission of light, glare and heat using light-absorbing microscopic particles suspended within a liquid. An applied electrical voltage forces the particles to align allowing for a range of transparencies. Automotive applications include self-dimming automotive sunroofs, sun visors, mirrors, side windows, rear windows, etc.
Robert Bosch Battery Systems, LLC in Orion, Michigan.
Manufacturers of advanced energy storage systems for hybrid electric vehicles. Products include NiMH batteries for transportation and other applications.
Sakti3, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A technology research firm focused on next-generation lithium-ion battery technologies and processes. Goals include the development and commercialization of advanced manufacturing methods for high-power batteries primarily for placement in electric vehicles.
Sensory, Inc. in Santa Clara, California.
A supplier of automotive telematics speech recognition and speech synthesis technologies.
VMT Technologies, Inc. in Provo, Utah.
A development and licensing for a positively engaged, metal-to-metal infinitely variable transmission.
Volvo Monitoring and Concept Center in Camarillo, California.
Activities include design of new models, future business strategies, and developing sustainable transportation solutions.
Waymo in Mountain View, California.
A developer of technology for driverless vehicles.
Westport Fuel Systems, Inc. in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A provider of alternative fuel systems and components. Areas of expertise include research, development, and marketing of high-performance engines and fuel systems which use gaseous fuels such as compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), hydrogen, and hydrogen-enriched compressed natural gas (HCNG).
Xebec Absorption, Inc. in Blainville, Québec.
A fuel cell technology provider and developer, manufacturer and supplier of advanced gas purification systems. Products include oxygen and hydrogen purification devices.
Xilinx, Inc. in San Jose, California.
A supplier of programmable logic devices, IP and solutions. Automotive applications include infotainment, driver assistance (camera, radar, laser-based), gateways and comfort & convenience.
Yet2.Com in Needham, Massachusetts.
Provides provides intellectual property consulting and licensing services. Publishes a searchable database of licensable technologies for the automotive and other industries.
Zoltek Corporation in Bridgeton, Missouri.
A developer and manufacturer of carbon fibers.