Your energy boost for electric mobility-related services
We find answers to electric mobility questions for insurance companies, car manufacturers, fleet operators and mobility service providers, and help with the development of safe, intelligent products and services.
3 reasons why you should talk to us about electric mobility
From our electric mobility portfolio
The experts at the MTC compare electric vehicles using state- of-the-art methods under real conditions and in practical usage
scenarios. They make well-founded statements about, among other things, range, battery aging, consumption, charging behaviour and thermal management.
From our toolbox
We carry out the latest durability tests under controlled environmental conditions, using standardized but realistic load profiles. With continuously developed ageing simulations, we offer the highest standards and efficiency:
- Planning, automation, performance and analysis of battery cell and module tests
- System tests for battery management systems (BMS)
We use state-of-the-art facilities to carry out comprehensive endurance and peak load tests on electric vehicles. For this, we rely not only on established usage scenarios (WLTP, NEDC) but also on methods that we have developed ourselves.
We measure important criteria for electric vehicles, including power consumption, charging capacity, battery and cell temperatures, on a full vehicle test bench designed for speeds of up to 250 kilometers per hour. Together with our realistic testing conditions, we therefore can precisely examine all the components that are important for electric powertrain.
We test and assess chargers, charging systems and charging infrastructures for you.
- Basic and full testing of charging infrastructures, AC, DC, high voltage chargers, high-voltage robustness
- Basic and full vehicle testing and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing
- Test for communication standard such as PLC or IEC 61851
- Further development of test cases and test bench applications
- Test bench for electric motors up to 1,000 volts