The SearchLite is conducting a Market Discovery Challenge to understand the future of automotive testing.
Major car companies and parts manufacturers rely on Drive-In Vehicle Test Chambers to test how their products withstand extreme environmental conditions. Manufacturers use fully-automated equipment within these facilities to simulate real-world conditions, including the full-range of air and road temperatures, wind speeds and humidity levels. However, the recent Toyota recall has brought a lot of attention to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electromagnetic interference (EMI). Automotive Testing is undergoing significant changes related to the proliferation of auto-electronics and their associated impacts.