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We are pleased to announce that on 3rd April Revolutionary Engineering was acquired by Millbrook.

As part of Revolutionary Engineering, Inc.’s commitment to servicing our customers, we are pleased to announce the establishment of our sales and service office in Bremen, Germany.

Millbrook Revolutionary Engineering has been innovating and partnering with its customers to deliver dynamometer-based testing solutions for nearly a decade. As a systems integrator, Millbrook Revolutionary Engineering designs, builds, installs, and services dynamometer testing systems. It offers test services and expertise to meet the most rigorous customer test needs. It uses state-of-the-art facilities to test customer components — from individual parts to full driveline systems. It deploys the best engineers, technical specialists and project managers in the business.

Careers at Revolutionary Engineering


At Millbrook Revolutionary Engineering, we have a long-standing and proven reputation for timely maintenance, quality service, and unparalleled diagnostic troubleshooting within the testing industry. Our engineers and technicians have broad cross-over aptitude and experience with dynamometer systems and control packages—both our systems and competitor systems. This enables them to proficiently manage a multitude of customer needs.

We help customers achieve optimal system performance...

Millbrook Revolutionary Engineering Axle Test Systems provide our customers with a streamlined method for testing their axles using a single versatile test system. This system incorporates the latest technological advancements in sensor, control, and power electronics while relying on an experienced design. Our test systems come with AC input and output dynamometers that move axially to accommodate a variety of axle sizes. This allows the same drive shafts to be used for multiple axle...

The Challenge

Our customer requires a Power Electronics Carrier (PEC) battery charger unit. A PEC is part of a vehicle hybrid system. A Hybrid vehicle is engineered to be more fuel efficient than a conventional combustion vehicle. Hybrid systems are designed to provide fuel savings during acceleration and braking. Upon initial acceleration, the electric motor uses the power stored in the battery to assist the move of the vehicle. When the vehicle comes to a stop, the electric motor helps...