Typhoon HIL, Inc. is the market and technology leader in the rapidly-growing ultra-high-fidelity controller-Hardware-in-the-Loop (cHIL) for power electronics, microgrids, and distribution networks which provides industry-proven, vertically integrated test solutions along with the highest-quality customer support. The company was founded in 2008 and since then has been creating products distinguished by the ultimate ease of use, unrivaled performance, leading-edge technology, and affordability.
Designed with love, from ground up, Typhoon HIL tools offer a unique user experience free of third party software and hardware complexities. As a result,Typhoon HIL Control Center with all the libraries installs with a single click, models compile in seconds, digital inputs are sampled with a 20 ns resolution, and real-time simulation runs with a time step as low as 500ns on all Typhoon HIL products. We deeply believe that less is more when it comes to test equipment that our customers love.
The IEEE Vehicular Technology Society concerns itself with land, airborne and maritime mobile services; portable commercial and citizen's communications services; vehicular electrotechnology, equipment and systems of the automotive industry; traction power, signals, communications and control systems for mass transit and railroads.
IEEE, an association dedicated to advancing innovation and technological excellence for the benefit of humanity, is the world's largest technical professional society. It is designed to serve professionals involved in all aspects of the electrical, electronic, and computing fields and related areas of science and technology that underlie modern civilization.
IEEE's roots go back to 1884 when electricity began to become a major influence in society. There was one major established electrical industry, the telegraph, which since the 1840s had come to connect the world with a data communications system faster than the speed of transportation. The telephone and electric power and light industries had just gotten underway.
entally friendly electrical devices and systems.
As part of Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Union, Panda, an unprecedented project in France will allow the simulation and testing of new vehicle concepts in a more efficient, integrated and faster way thanks to a new innovative organization . The project is managed by the University of Lille in partnership with three universities and seven companies.
MEGEVH is a research group on energy modelling and energy management of hybrid and electric vehicles. It is a thematic group of the inter-regional network RT3 (Technological Research for Land Transport) of the Ministry of Research.
Founded in 1997, HES-SO is the largest of its kind in Switzerland. Its 6 faculties and 28 schools are spread over the whole of Western Switzerland, and are strongly anchored in the regional economy. With over 19’400 students, it shares the most beautiful cities and areas in the French-speaking region of Switzerland. HES-SO schools are all endowed with cutting-edge technology and outstanding equipment. They constitute an exceptional network to promote innovation, to offer practical training and to favour transfer of knowledge.
Lille University is a State University, founded in 1562 by the Spanish. It became French in 1667. Louis PASTEUR was the first Dean of the Science Faculty in 1854. Lille University was, at that time, situated in the town centre. In 1971, the Science Faculty and the different faculties in Lille moved to the new town of Villeneuve d’Ascq.
Lille is one of the leading science universities in France. Here you will be able to learn how to sharpen your critical thinking, a fundamental element in developing knowledge. You will also apprehend how to look at things from a different perspective, both academically and socially. Furthermore, you will become part of a particularly cosmopolitan French population situated less than 300 kilometres from five European countries. Make the most of your stay with us!
The L2EP was created thanks to the will of four establishments, in partnership, to regroup, in the same laboratory all the activities of research in electrical engineering: University Lille 1, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, Ecole Centrale de Lille, Hautes Etudes d'Ingénieur. During the last ten years the researchers have developed expertise in the fundamental domains of electrical energy. Their domains are power electronics and the control and development of numerical tools.