Driving design and engineering excellence

To mantain our hard-won reputation for innovation and excellence, Energica counts on rigorous design, research and development (R&D), and quality control processes. Its teams push themselves constantly to refine existing product design and bring cutting-edge models to market.

Computer-aided design (CAD) and simulation are hugely important for supporting this work. They’re used to design and test virtual models of new components, assemblies, and even entire motorcycles, allowing Energica to see how we will perform and can be further improved. These applications generate enormous quantities of data for processing, analysis, and storage – making high performance and capacity must-haves for the company’s IT landscape.

In 2020, Energica decided to renew its fleet of workstations and laptops, used largely by engineers and mechanics. Speed was of the essence: the company wanted to get the new hardware up-and-running as quickly as possible, so that users could continue vital work without delay.

By teaming up with Lenovo, Energica was able to meet its immediate need for high-performing PCs and laptops, ensuring its teams had the equipment they needed to keep essential design, engineering, and R&D work on track.