Today’s cars and trucks, and those in concept for the future, are highly engineered machines with tens of thousands of computer connections working in seamless harmony. But before any vehicle – let alone the technologies that go into it – is ready for market, it must go through a battery of tests to prove its safety and efficacy.
The International Transportation Innovation Center in Greenville, SC is where much of this testing takes place for the Southeast region’s automotive OEMs, suppliers, technology providers and research universities.
Check out our latest video to learn more about the wide diversity of automotive testing and other services available at ITIC. From electric bus testing to autonomous vehicle technology to law enforcement driver training to automotive exhibitions, ITIC has the flexibility and ingenuity to accommodate any need.
If you like what you see on the video, we encourage you to give us a call at (864) 451-5761 to discuss how ITIC can customize an automotive testing solution for your specific needs.
What do Clemson University, the Greenville Police Department and Proterra all have in common? Mobility plays a tremendous role in helping them achieve their individual missions. To help ensure they train, test and validate their mobility projects safely and reliably, all three organizations use the services of the International Transportation Innovation Center (ITIC).
The Upstate Business Journal recently came out to talk to ITIC about how we are helping to grow the region’s booming automotive cluster, and what they learned was just how diverse the automotive needs are. Click here for an inside look at a few of the really interesting projects happening at ITIC in Greenville, SC.
Plug-in electric vehicle charging will soon be a thing of the past. In the latest issue of Machine Design, Dr. Joachim Taiber explains some of the ways electric cars of the near future will be charged. ITIC is one of the country’s only testing and validation center’s for in-motion and stationary wireless charging, and offers a number of other services for testing electric, autonomous and the latest conventional vehicles. Contact us for all your automotive testing needs.
Recently, ITIC Chief Technology Officer Dr. Joachim Taiber participated in a Smart City Best Practices Forum hosted by ARC Advisory Group. Dr. Taiber was one of several speakers who shared insights regarding the important considerations that must be undertaken in order to plan a smart city and the challenges that must be overcome. There were also a number of best practice examples presented from communities that are already successfully incorporating smart mobility systems into their transit offerings.