Curtis Instruments creates integrated systems technology designed primarily for electric vehicles. A global leader in the green vehicle industry, we employ 1,000 people worldwide. Since our founding in 1960, Curtis has built strong brand recognition with a reputation for innovation and excellence.
The Curtis product spectrum includes state-of-the-art motor speed controllers, battery management and instrumentation for electric vehicles. We collaborate with leading OEMs to develop innovative integrated systems that achieve maximum flexibility, functionality and performance. Our products are engineered and manufactured to meet the highest industrial criteria for quality, reliability and safety. Advanced Curtis technology was selected by NASA for the Apollo missions and has set the standard ever since.
A privately-held company, Curtis is headquartered in Mount Kisco, New York. We maintain four major engineering R&D Centers in New York, California, Switzerland and China, plus three manufacturing sites in Puerto Rico, China, and Bulgaria. International operations are supported by additional sales and service facilities for a total of 14 global locations.
Curtis supplies the global community's largest and most significant OEMs, notably in Material Handling (forklifts and industrial vehicles); Golf cars/Light on-road; and mobility technology for the disabled. Current product introductions include a new family of AC controllers, an Advanced Battery Monitoring System and Programmable CAN LCD vehicle instruments.