Fundación CTAG – Centro Tecnológico de Automoción de Galicia
CTAG, the Galician Automotive Technological Centre, is an entity created in 2002 involved in the research, development and technological innovation for the automotive industry. More than 600 engineers and technical personnel work at the different stages in the development of new products and processes, from applied research through to validation during its serial production.
Products and services
- Process outsourcing
- Technological centres
The Centre provides services in the following areas: CAD Design; Calculation and virtual simulation; Rapid prototyping; Electronics: Development of vehicle intelligent systems (HW, SW & HMI) and ADAS systems validation, automated driving, connectivity, electro-mobility and comfort; Testing laboratories: vibration and acoustics, fatigue, climate, materials, engine, metrology; Passive safety; Process engineering: flow and layout analysis, design, simulation and development of automated cells, control systems by artificial vision, design of production and control tools, collaborative robotics, digitalisation and big DATA (industry 4.0); Technological consultancy.
Processes and technologies
- Other technologies
• Low speed tracks
• Driving simulator
• Inverse catapult to carry out impact tests with instrumented dummies
• Software to perform calculations on structural, impact, fluid-dynamics, vibration and kinematic studies
• Laboratory for plastics injection
• Laboratory focused on Industry 4.0 processes
Stellantis, Borgwarner, Viza, ZF, Faurecia, etc.