The new partnership comes at a time when a certain degree is needed in the era of sustainable development of the electric vehicle industry to provide quality products.

After signing the memorandum of understanding, Matter and the founder of ARAI management.

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After signing the memorandum understanding, Matter and the founder of ARAI management.

Electric vehicle solutions startup Matter has signed a Memorandum Understanding (MoU) with the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) in Pune. The memorandum of understanding aims to cooperate in the areas of functional safety, electronic reliability and cyber security for next-generation mobile solutions. The new partnership comes at a time when a certain degree of is needed in the era of sustainable development of the electric vehicle industry to provide quality products. Under the witness of Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey, Minister of the Heavy Industry Alliance, the Memorandum of Understanding has been signed and handed over to Mohal Rajiv Lalbhai, the founder and CEO of Matter.

Mohal Rajiv Lalbhai said: “We are very confident that the cooperation with India’s leading automotive research and development ARAI, coupled with Matter’s technology development capabilities, will broaden the development prospects electric vehicles and energy storage solutions in India.”

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This cooperation will also promote the standardization the electric vehicle industry.

Similarly, Dr. Reji Mathai, Director ARAI, said: “This cooperation will use ARAI’s experience, expertise and equipment to open up new opportunities in the field of electric vehicles and energy storage solutions. With ARAI’s rich resource library and Matter’s capabilities, We can achieve scalable growth in next-generation mobile solutions through this association.”

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The cooperation will mainly focus on the testing, verification and pre-certification electric vehicles, systems and components; noise, vibration and wiring harness simulation and testing; focusing on next-generation power electronics, vehicle and component-level simulations of electric vehicles and energy storage systems.

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