Clarience Technologies has a history of breakthrough innovation. We introduced the industry’s first sealed marker light in 1955, and since then have introduced over 250 innovations for the commercial and recreational vehicle market, including:
Our market leadership is born from our deep commitment to using advanced technology and innovative processes in product development. We have a global team dedicated to product development, including R&D, engineers, electronics design, material science and plastics, coatings, digitization and communications, among others.
Our Global R&D Center is strategically located near leading research institutions, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh. We also have strategic partnerships with a broad set of cutting-edge universities to engage, share expertise and knowledge, collaborate with industry partners, and participate in student capstone and design projects.
These partnerships include:
Computer Engineering, Data Analytics, Transportation and Vehicle Communication, and Additive Manufacturing
Material Science and Computer Science
Plastics Engineering, Computer Engineering and Data Analytics
Electronics Engineering and Material Science
Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering
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We approach innovation differently. We believe it’s more important to solve a problem than to just build a product. We understand our customers’ businesses and we leverage our sophisticated technologies to build products that help their businesses run better every day.
Because we view the vehicle as an ecosystem - that’s part of a larger ecosystem - we are able to develop systems, not merely products. This is aided by our ability to program software, design and print circuit boards and manufacture in-house.
Our products are designed to work hard and keep drivers safer on and off the road.
Inside our fully equipped environmental testing laboratories located in North America and Europe, we put our products through rigorous testing. Our products are subject to extreme temperatures, harsh chemicals, real-world elements and much more to ensure top-of-the-line quality and performance.