PAI and AutoPacific
have joined forces to co-sponsor the Clemson University “Deep Orange” future vehicle development program.
Through the use of PAI’s mTAB™ survey analysis software, Clemson CU-ICAR center students are offered convenient access to the AutoPacific’s syndicated New Vehicle Satisfaction Study.
The partnership of PAI and AutoPacific allows Clemson students to use mTAB™ to “deep dive” and data mine the AutoPacific syndicated survey results, gathering consumer insights and uncovering new product opportunities. This data will be incorporated within the development process of the CU-ICAR department’s 2011 “Deep Orange” prototype vehicle
Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) is a 250-acre advanced-technology research campus where university, industry and government organizations collaborate. CU-ICAR offers Masters and PhD programs in Automotive Engineering and is conducting leading-edge applied research in critical areas such as advanced product development strategies, sustainable mobility, intelligent manufacturing systems and advanced materials.
CU-ICAR has industrial-scale laboratories and testing equipment in world-class facilities available for commercial use as well as a comprehensive computational center, dedicated to solving clients industrial problems, and backed by a massive high-performance computing infrastructure.