GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview “Future Emissions Legislation – The Global Challenges and How to Achieve the New Targets” features James Taylor. Mr. Taylor is Chief Engineer – Analysis, Development and Optimisation, with MAHLE Powertrain Ltd and is based in the UK. He and his group specialize in the design and development of advanced engineering solutions for internal combustion engines, electrified powertrains systems and beyond.
Audio Interview Guest
Mr. James Taylor
Chief Engineer – Analysis, Development and Optimisation
MAHLE Powertrain Ltd.
In the 13-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Taylor discusses these questions:
• How are different global markets approaching future emissions regulations?
• What are the key challenges for future emissions regulations?
• What can be done to meet these challenges?
• What is the situation with non-tail pipe particulate emissions?
About James Taylor:
Chief Engineer – Analysis, Development and Optimisation, with MAHLE Powertrain Ltd.
James Taylor graduated from Brunel University in 2000 where he studied Mechanical Engineering. During his degree James was sponsored by Rolls-Royce and completed a number of industrial placements in the marine division. After graduation in 2000 James joined Cosworth Technology as a graduate trainee, which was under Audi ownership at the time and subsequently became MAHLE Powertrain in 2005 following acquisition by the MAHLE Group. After completing his traineeship, he worked in the Calibration Department working on numerous vehicle performance demonstrator and OBD calibration projects for major OEMs. In 2009 James joined the Development Department and worked on projects researching novel technologies before moving onto to a role as lead development engineer on a high-performance engine program. Following this James supervised a number of Performance and Emissions projects and in 2018 became head of this section of the business at MAHLE Powertrain UK.
James recently became the Chief Engineer for the Analysis, Development and Optimisation group at MAHLE Powertrain Limited, based in Northampton in the UK, and in this role he has been instrumental in developing MAHLE Powertrain’s analysis, optimisation and development testing capabilities to ensure that it remains one of the most flexible and agile Engineering Service Provider’s specialising in the design and development of advanced engineering solutions for internal combustion engines, electrified powertrains systems and beyond.