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    Ricardo awarded over 18.9million USD to deliver additional ABS-ESC retrofit kits to US Army

    Q3(Jul-Aug-Sep), 2022

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    Ricardo signs multi-year deal to develop hybrid-electric aerospace technology with Pratt & Whitney Canada

    Q3(Jul-Aug-Sep), 2022

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    Ricardo completes pioneering thermal systems studies for BAE Systems

    Q3(Jul-Aug-Sep), 2022

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    Ricardo and Lightning eMotors sign strategic partnership to provide commercial electric vehicles to UK customers. Ricardo will provide supply chain and certification of roadworthiness support, as well as powertrain installation and integration services in the UK.

    Q4(Oct-Nov-Dec), 2021

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    Ricardo will be continuing to provide key air quality monitoring and data analysis in the Middle East with a new three-year agreement. Working in collaboration with air monitoring equipment supplier, Envirozone LLC, Ricardo will quality assure, audit and ratify data from a world class monitoring network in Saudi Arabia’s capital for the Royal Commission for Riyadh City (RCRC).

    Q4(Oct-Nov-Dec), 2021

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    Ricardo and DS Performance extend their collaboration into third generation vehicle

    Q4(Oct-Nov-Dec), 2021

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    Ricardo wins contract with STX Engine to develop a new heavy duty engine for the defence sector. Ricardo will apply its high efficiency and low smoke combustion system experience to ensure that the new engine can meet the desired high power density, with desired fuel consumption and durability targets.

    Q4(Oct-Nov-Dec), 2021

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    Hyzon and Ricardo to deliver hydrogen fuel cell systems for commercial vehicles

    Q4(Oct-Nov-Dec), 2021

  • 9

    Ricardo to engineer zero emission buses for UK’s first hydrogen transport hub

    Q3(Jul-Aug-Sep), 2021

  • 10

    Ricardo wins contract with LS Automotive Technologies to develop DC-DC converter for EVs. It converts direct current from high voltage battery to the low voltage direct current which powers vehicle lights, fans, pumps, wipers, and electronic control units

    Q3(Jul-Aug-Sep), 2021

EIIR Provider Solutions/Capabalities
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    Ricardo celebrates opening of state-of-the-art hydrogen test facility in Shoreham

    Q4(Oct-Nov-Dec), 2022

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    Ricardo divests its Software business unit to FOG Software Group, a division of Constellation Software. Ricardo Software generated revenue of ?9.3 million and underlying operating profit of ?1.8 million for its financial year ended 30 June 2022.The maximum cash consideration receivable is $20.5 million (?16.8m).

    Q3(Jul-Aug-Sep), 2022

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    Ricardo wins Government funding to develop sustainable motors for electric light commercial vehicles. Ricardo has been developing a rare-earth magnet-free sustainable electric motor concept with aluminium stator windings, which retains the key attributes of magnet-rich motors.

    Q1(Jan-Feb-Mar), 2022

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    Ricardo plc signs agreement to acquire Inside Infrastructure. Inside Infrastructure provides environmental and technical advisory services through its team of 25 specialists, supporting the water, utility, mining, resources, healthcare, infrastructure, and government sectors in Australia.

    Q1(Jan-Feb-Mar), 2022

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    Ricardo has received Government funding to optimise in-car thermal and energy management systems to improve electric vehicle range and battery performance with the aim of increasing electric vehicle range by 5% while reducing overall cost by 10%. Ricardo will partner with Jaguar Land Rover and use a Jaguar I-PACE as a demonstrator vehicle.

    Q4(Oct-Nov-Dec), 2021

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    Ricardo to use innovative carbon capture for greenhouse gas removal.Ricardo’s technology will use sustainable forestry waste to remove greenhouse gases and provide local communities with renewable heat and electricity, and by-products for farming.

    Q2(Apr-May-Jun), 2021

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    Ricardo has opened its new Electrified Propulsion Research Centre at its Shoreham Technical Centre in West Sussex. Designed to support the company’s existing work in powertrain optimization and electrification, it will enable the research and development of the next generation of electrified vehicles from component level subsystems to fully integrated powertrains.

    Q1(Jan-feb-Mar), 2021

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    Ricardo has unveiled its reference service-oriented architecture Elevate, a standards-based starting point for developing next generation embedded systems. Ricardo’s Elevate removes dependencies on the underlying operating environment and hardware, ensures interoperability between vendor solutions and reduces system and integration complexity across the stack.

    Q1(Jan-feb-Mar), 2021

  • 9

    Ricardo invests in a hydrogen testing facility leading the way in future sustainable transport.

    Q1(Jan-feb-Mar), 2021

  • 10

    Ricardois partnering with Amey Consulting, a leading infrastructure, data and analytics provider, to bring new digital and data products and services to global vehicle manufacturers.

    Q4(Oct-Nov-Dec), 2020

  • 11

    Siemens Mobility has nominated Ricardo Certification in the role of Notified Body for its project to supply 30 new high speed intercity express (ICE) trains for German national railway operator Deutsche Bahn. Ricardo to provide conformity assessments of trains and subsystems against the relevant requirements of the European Interoperability Directives 2008/57/EC and 2016/797/EC.

    Q4(Oct-Nov-Dec), 2020

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    The next generation energy storage system – to be designed, developed and manufactured by Singapore-based Orient Technology – will incorporate elements of the advanced battery management and control algorithm technology from Ricardo.

    Q4(Oct-Nov-Dec), 2020

Other News
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    Ricardo receives Supplier Award from Toyota

    Q2(Apr-May-Jun), 2022

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    India's first low emission zone is coming up in Bhubaneswar supported by Ricardo.

    Q4(Oct-Nov-Dec), 2021

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    Ricardo Defense awarded contract valued at over $89M to deliver ABS/ESC retrofit kits to US Army.

    Q1(Jan-feb-Mar), 2021

Previous Data
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    The United States National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2021 includes authorization for the procurement of 5,421 Antilock Brake System/Electronic Stability Control (ABS/ESC) kits to prevent vehicle rollovers in the iconic High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV or ‘Humvee’) fleet. This paves the way for orders to be placed with Ricardo for the retrofit safety kits. ?

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    Ricardo delivers first virtual remote certification testing for a marine engine.

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  • 3

    Aggreko has enlisted Ricardo to conduct independent testing of hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) and gas-to-liquid (GTL) ‘engineered’ fuel. In order to further guarantee sustainable solutions to customers, Aggreko also ensured all testing was carried out using its own generator fleet.

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    HydroFLEX, a project led by rolling stock owner Porterbrook, in partnership with the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE), has successfully undertaken its first mainline test of the UK’s first hydrogen powered train – with support from Ricardo in the key area of safety case development and certification.

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    Ricardo appointed to ‘Shadow Operator’ role for new Sydney Metro lines. As Shadow Operator, Ricardo’s experts will provide advice and technical input from the viewpoint of the prospective operations and maintenance contractor. Once the actual operator has been chosen and is in place, Ricardo teams will support the handover process. Ricardo will be assisted in this role by Seoul Metro.

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    Ricardo Rail has launched a new service to simulate the dynamic interaction between pantograph units and catenary systems. Ricardo pantograph and catenary modelling and simulation package ‘RiPAC’ has been developed by Ricardo to offer track and rolling stock engineers the opportunity to simulate the full motion behavior of their designs at a much earlier stage of the product development process. This will help to optimize the design of future electrification products while also reducing development costs.

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