Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:KEYS) has opened a new customer support center for its customers in Japan. The new automotive support center comes after Keysight established similar facilities in Shanghai China, Michigan in the United States and Boeblingen Germany.
New automotive support centers
The support centers underscore the company’s commitment and dedication in serving customers within proximity to support technology projects driving the automotive industry. The new centers have technical experts, ultra-modern test equipment, electronic customer test as well as measurement labs, and they also provide customer training through hands-on seminars and workshops.
Jun Chie, Keysight’s general manager for Asia Pacific sales, indicated that Japanese companies ate leading the automotive market in the world with a range of innovations. Therefore Keysight is ready to assist with their development activities by leveraging their automotive electronics test expertise by establishing a facility in Nagoya which is the heart of the automotive industry in Japan.
Keysight solutions transforming the automotive industry
The company through their latest test solutions and innovations helps manufacturers and designers in creating high performance and quality products while mitigating safety risks. For instance, their E8740A Automotive Radar Signal Analysis and Generation technology provide radar-based advanced driver aided systems that can detect and prevent collision risks.
Keysight employs the solution in its automotive support centers to simulate different real-world conditions to avert any possible radar interference issues. Similarly, e-mobility solutions are offered at the centers to help in delivering improved performance of battery as well as electric drive trains. The solution also guarantees that the charging stations are efficient so that they can enhance power conversion in the e-mobility ecosystem to add on the number of electric and hybrid vehicles.
Keysight Business Unit General Manager, Siegfried Gross, indicated that their customer centers around the world had been designed to help in accelerating the success of automotive customers. He added that the company recognizes the critical aspect of safety in vehicles requiring compatible multi-vendor components that can reliably work together.
Mr. Gross that the company is committed to delivering comprehensive test components to all their customers across the globe.