February 23rd 2016 - Mike Camosy, President and CEO of Auto Research Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, announced its recent membership into CALSTART. CALSTART and its 150 members are dedicated to expanding and supporting efforts that will promote a clean transportation industry.
“The opportunity to join such an efficiency-focused organization, such as CALSTART, fits well with Auto Research Center’s global goal of transforming industries through the combination of our technologies, methods and people,” stated Mr. Camosy. “We look forward to joining capabilities with CALSTART and their members to help reach a brighter future for generations to come.”
Since its beginning in 1992, CALSTART has been successful in a number of projects that have contributed to growing clean transportation technologies and systems. Today, CALSTART's expertise ranges from reducing Vehicle Miles Traveled to spurring the commercialization of hybrid electric trucks, and to helping build infrastructure for the Hydrogen Highway.
“I am very proud and excited for ARC and myself becoming a part of an organization such as CALSTART,” said Mark Moore, an ARC Business Development Specialist. “ Auto Research Center will now become part of an elite and dedicated group focused on lowering Green House Gas emissions and securing our transportation energy future. With ARC’s engineering and uniquely diversified testing facility, together we will help secure a better world for our children’s children.”
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About Auto Research Center
Auto Research Center, LLC is a research & development facility that provides analysis using its various testing devices such as wind tunnel, CFD Elements software, seven post rig and drive train test rig, as well as design and consultancy services. The majority of ARC’s customer base involves professional automotive racing teams, automotive manufacturers, delivery vehicle manufacturers, and heavy duty truck and trailer manufactures and military, all of which are concerned about efficiency, handling, and fuel economy.