Tracks developments of existing or new component technologies applied to engine and transmission as well as fuel efficiency and emission regulations.
As major emission compliance and air quality challenges emerge, OEMs must evolve conventional powertrain technology and manage the transition to electrified propulsion systems.
IHS Markit’s Powertrain Components and Technology Service provides insight, context, data, and analytics for the key technologies that are reshaping engines and transmissions in cars and light commercial vehicles.
Users can quickly access key insights from market developments, put context around events and technology trends, dive into deep data and forecasts, and seamlessly drive analytics to support their most challenging decisions.
Planners and strategists use the service to:
The Powertrain Components & Technology Service is part of a suite of vehicle contenting services. Delivered through AutoTechInsight, an IHS Markit automotive strategy and planning solution, the service provides a view into current automotive trends and future demand through:
Graham is Associate Director, Supply Chain, and Technology within the Automotive department at IHS Markit. He leads the global research practice for Powertrain, E-Mobility and Thermal Systems Component Forecasting. His research interests lie in the areas of batteries, motors, power electronics, charging infrastructure, legislation, and incentives, as well as conventional powertrain components and technologies such as exhaust after-treatment. He is also the Manager of the EMEA Research & Analysis team.
Previously employed within Engineering, Graham has 10 years’ experience in Powertrain Development and Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) having previously worked for Ricardo, Bentley Motors and Jaguar Land Rover.
Graham graduated from Loughborough University in the UK with a Master’s Degree in Automotive Engineering and is a Chartered Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.