E/E System Architecture

CES Systems Engineering is the right choice for the development of modern, customer-specific E/E architectures, which can be used in different vehicle variants.

Our specialists develop the appropriate technical E/E architecture based on your functional (logical) vehicle description. We ensure that this E/E architecture meets the desired standards. The development or further development of E/E architectures based on existing components is also possible.

Our specialists will be happy to advise you on creating and improving your E/E architecture and the associated development process.

Your benefits with our E/E-Architecture Service

  • Our service is scalable to your wishes and needs. It is compatible with other services and products of Continental.
  • You receive state of the art solutions using modern development tools and processes.
  • Our E/E-Architecture solutions enable reuse of your components or existing (Continental) components and smooth integration up to a complete vehicle, thereby reducing total engineering cost and time.
  • The developed E/E-Architecture is as flexible as you need it. New components can be integrated on your demand.
  • We enable your staff to leverage the full potential of modern tools and development processes to cut down engineering time and cost.

Our E/E-Architecture Service Portfolio

TopicContentExamples of Use
Logical E/E-Architecture
  • Mapping of functions/logical blocks to technical system elements (components).
  • Development of a logical vehicle system E/E-architecture for a Chinese customer.
  • Technical E/E-Architecture
  • Mapping of functions/logical blocks to technical system elements (components)

  • Definition of hardware-network topology (includes technical structure and bus systems)

  • Circuit diagram with power supply and grounding concept (high and low voltage)
  • Definition of a hardware-network topology for the development of a luxury vehicle using Continental components.
  • Communication
  • Interface definition per system

  • Communication matrix

  • dbc files and others (Ethernet)
  • Specification of the communction matrix with dbc files and wire harness for new vehicle for the USA
  • Wire Harness
  • Wire harness layout

  • Pin diagrams and connector definition
  • Software Component Architecture
  • Normaly done by component supplier

  • Special service offer on demand
  • Specification of software components for agricultural equipments
  • Hardware Component Architecture
  • Normaly done by component supplier

  • Special service offer on demand
  • Project support within Continental product development
  • Component Trade Study
  • Evaluation and selection of system elements (components) based on defined criteria.
  • Component selection for multiple vehicle manufacturers
  • Direct Contact

    Henning Schweder
    Tel: +49 69 678 696  407
    Email: henning.schweder
    @conti-engineering.com

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