Future of Mobility

Automotive Industry

OUR GOAL

To accelerate innovation in the areas of fuel cells, batteries and mechanical components, thereby contributing to the future of sustainable mobility.

In partnership with our geographical neighbor the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI, we provide researchers and entrepreneurs with ongoing support in interdisciplinary scientific collaboration, technology transfer, networking and business development.

Overview of PSI facilities relevant to automotive R&D

Accelerating Innovation in Fuel Cells, Batteries & Mechanical Components

ENERGY STORAGE & CONVERSION

Fuel Cells

Experts agree that affordable fuel-cell vehicles, suitable for everyday use, will be commonplace in the near future. Researchers at PSI not only study materials to further develop cutting-edge fuel cell solutions, but also test complete fuel cell systems within vehicles.

Batteries

While PSI is working to improve battery concepts already on the market, it is also focusing on future technologies that could appear on the market in the coming 10 or 20 years.

Fuel Cell Battery © Surapol Usanakul – stock.adobe.com

MECHANICAL COMPONENTS

In-Operation, Non-Destructive Analytics

Neutrons and X-rays offer a unique possibility for non-destructive investigation of mechanical components. As they interact with materials differently, these two analytical methods facilitate the extraction of complementary data.

Mechanical Automotive Components © unlimit3d – stock.adobe.com

ENTERPRISE WITH US!

Please download our Automotive Industry Brochure for further information about our growing innovation ecosystem here at Switzerland Innovation Park Innovaare and how we can support your research, development, innovation & entrepreneurial efforts to impact the future of mobility.

If you have any detailed questions related to collaboration and rental space at our expanding innovation campus, please contact us at enterprise@parkinnovaare.ch

Automotive Brochure Cover Image © Switzerland Innovation Park Innovaare