EDAG China opens new test centre for E/E components and modules in Shanghai

EDAG China – subsidiary of the EDAG Group, the world's leading independent engineering company in the automotive industry – opens a new test centre at its Shanghai site (NanGu Road Minhang District) to expand its range of services for the Asian market. The new test centre is the ideal extension to the existing range of automotive engineering services, and will allow in the future the development and the validation of state-of-the-art electronic components and modules.

In the 2.800 m² test area in the direct vicinity of the EDAG China subsidiary the following tests and validations will be carried out: High Voltage system performance, High Voltage and Low Voltage function validation, as well as testing during charging, testing of ADAS functions and of digital cockpits. In addition vehicle commissioning and assembly of prototypes can also be carried out on-site. 

"360-degree engineering is the trademark of the EDAG Group. Investing in our new E/E test centre was therefore a logical consequence to provide our customers with all-round support in the future field of eMobility in China," explains Cosimo De Carlo, CEO of the EDAG Group. “This holistic offering of development and testing in the EE area is attractive to local and international OEM's as well as to start-up and Tech companies”.

EDAG China has been providing comprehensive services in vehicle and manufacturing engineering for the Chinese and international mobility industry for over 15 years now. In addition to the site in Shanghai, EDAG China has additional locations in Beijing and Guangzhou, and employs over 300 experienced and highly skilled engineering experts for the Chinese market.

"The new E/E Test Centre represents an important milestone for the further improvement of our local portfolio combined with the competence and experience of the EDAG Group's global engineering network," explains Wu Zhongwen, CEO of EDAG China. “The EDAG Group will be continuing to expand its activities in China including Software and Digitalisation”.