Pektron delivers electronics platform for new Triumph Tiger Explorer


The Electronics Engineering team at Pektron have been delighted by the fantastic reviews the new Triumph Tiger Explorer has received in the motorcycle press. They have been working closely with the Triumph engineering team over the past 18 months, designing and developing the electronics platform to enable the delivery of the very latest functionality demanded for a bike of this class.

Having taken the time to fully understand the specific features required, the Pektron team set about developing the electronics foundations and structure that enable the numerous electronic features on the bike to function – from the advanced on-board computer, to the heated seats and electric touring screen – a first for an adventure bike!

Nick Bloor, CEO at Triumph said:

“Working with the Pektron team has enabled us to develop a world class, reliable electronics system that delivers the ride and experience our customers are looking for. Teamwork was key, and this successful collaboration with Pektron – sharing ideas and using the latest technology – ensured the end product was exactly what was required, delivered on time and of the highest quality.”

And Robert Morgan, Pektron’s Engineering Director highlighted:

“For Triumph it was important that we understood all the requirements as we were developing the electronics that would provide the platform on which all the other functionality would be built. Our engineers worked very closely with the team at Triumph throughout the process and we know this approach delivers the best results. This is the sort of project that fits perfectly with Pektron. Triumph operate at the leading edge of their market, we understood the challenges they faced, and then worked with them to supply cutting edge electronics to underpin their innovation, delivering a differentiated product for their customer.”

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