MTA, multinational that operates in the global automotive sector through the two Electric and Electronic divisions, has announced the establishment of a new Research & Development Centre in Turin, in Mirafiori area, automotive excellence pole. The new centre, already in operation, will employ at steady-state about 25 engineers dedicated to the development of electric and electronic components, with a particular focus on products such as OBC (On Board Charger) and DC/DC converters intended for hybrid and electric vehicles, automotive, truck and heavy-duty applications. The new centre will host also a laboratory with test benches and forefront equipment to allow the autonomous execution of tests on power electronics components developed here.
“We intend, as it already happens with Milan Polytechnics, to establish a relationship of fruitful know-how exchange with Turin Polytechnics, an excellence for the whole automotive world. Therefore, the centre will allow us to support vehicle manufacturers even better, with an increasingly articulated and technologically advanced offer for new-mobility requirements”, stated Antonio Falchetti, Executive Director of MTA.