Controlled Power Technologies (CPT) is an agile innovative company operating in the field of mechatronics to develop driveline electrification solutions for fuel efficiency improvement and harmful emissions reductions from today’s internal combustion engines.
The advanced driveline products were conceived in the early 2000’s by Visteon as it was spun out of Ford and became the basis for the creation of CPT in 2007. They have evolved constantly as the vehicle industry has investigated a diverse range of options to improve fuel economy and reduce a broad range of emissions – all with a view to legislative compliance, driver-appeal, value and affordability.
The world-class team achieves depth and breadth across control, software, electronics and mechanical engineering disciplines, combining the experience of many of the original development team with industry experienced management and the energy and open-mindedness of talented individuals from the UK, Europe, US and beyond.
CPT is a Venture Capital backed UK based company established in 2007. This award winning company has grown from 4 employees to almost 60 including more than 40 engineers supporting product development, validation and customer application encompassing a diverse range of engineering disciplines.
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