Integration considers a variety of technical and structural factors. A vehicle as a functional unit, including mechanical, hardware and software alongside the interfaces of the subsystems demands high pressure on the Engineering teams when considering these key elements.
If its the integration is a new drive train in an existing vehicle model or the application of complete smart electric drives in prototypes, one of our many strengths is that we independently plan and implement integration projects in their full scope, regardless of their size or their current project phase.
- Optimal mechanical and functional integration of systems and their components, ensuring continual quality of the complete product
- Close cooperation with the departments involved in the integration
- Responsibility for the development of electronic components and their integration in the vehicle, both in the high-voltage and low-voltage areas
- Software development and integration in the complete system
- Successful completion of turnkey projects, from a whole vehicle basis down to specific detail work
- High efficiency: minimal effort and time for maximum output
- Broad palette of technical know-how across all departments, meaning fewer, but highly competent, contact partners
Tools & methods
- Use of design and simulation tools across all departments
- Adoption of industry standard toolsets
- Special production and validation plans, such as needed for niche vehicles
- Functional safety goal derivation and automotive safety integrity level (ASIL)