Tula’s core philosophy is built on the idea that every engine or motor – whether gas, diesel or electric – has a so-called “sweet spot” of efficient operation.
Tula’s DSF and DMD control strategies are designed to have engines (both gasoline and diesel) and motors operate a greater percentage of time at (or near) their natural sweet spots, and in the process, fuel/energy is saved and emissions are reduced.
Tula’s DSF technology has been recognized by the International Council of Clean Transportation (ICCT) as being one of the technologies that are essential for helping global automakers meet fuel efficiency mandates.
Our industry partners include Delphi Technologies (now BorgWarner) and GM.
Tula is headquartered in Silicon Valley, CA, and has an office in Plymouth, MI.
Congratulations to General Motors for their new Chevrolet Silverado! GM revealed a completely redesigned 2019 Silverado, which includes Dynamic Fuel Management (DFM) engine technology based on Tula’s Dynamic Skip Fire (DSF®).
dDSF test results show NOx reductions of 66% are achieved relative to the baseline system with a 4% CO2 reduction.