Jaguar Land Rover, new facility to test electrified and connected cars


Jaguar Land Rover has taken a further step forward in its strategy of aiming for more and more; on electrified and connected cars . In detail, the Group has opened a new facility where & egrave; cars can be tested in the field of electrical and radio interference.

The Compatibility Laboratory Electromagnetic (EMC) of Gaydon, UK, will guarantee; in fact that all cars meet current and future legislation and quality standards; provided for connectivity; and electronics.

The tests that will be carried out in this laboratory are very important and will be even more so; in the future with the progress of the sector that will see; further increase the number of electric powertrains and the range of cloud-based digital services.


Going into detail, Jaguar Land Rover says that thanks to the equipment present inside this new laboratory, it is capable of putting vehicle performance and, above all, capacity under stress; of the car and of its electrical systems to function properly with all types of electromagnetic interference.

The various tests control the unintended generation, propagation and reception of electromagnetic energy to reduce the risk of undesirable effects such as electromagnetic interference.

The British group says that in the new laboratory there are two anechoic chambers. There is a roller test bench that allows engineers to test vehicles at speed, as well as being able to test vehicles. equipment to evaluate the performance of individual components, such as batteries or electric motors.

Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi, 4G, 5G, adaptive cruise control, wireless charging and blind spot monitoring are all examples of services and features of the vehicle of which the structure will verify & agrave; the EMC. The new Range Rover Sport, launched in May, is; was the first car to undergo a tailor-made test program at the new facility.

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