Developing car ideas to real vehicles with CES Systems Engineering
Systems engineering is a transdisciplinary approach to the development and integration of highly complex systems.
At CES we call it:
Turning ideas into realizable products for our customers.
As a concept and development partner, CES Systems Engineering not only offers pure engineering services, but also training and advice right from the initial phase of vehicle development. Our focus is on the holistic vehicle system level instead of being limited to individual components or subsystems. We always define the individual result of a CES systems engineering project, e.g. for a highly developed vehicle, as a combination of components and systems that work together in harmony. This not only enables numerous functions, but also creates synergies to equip the user with additional useful and desired properties.
- Stakeholder needs, use cases and system context definitions (Operational Concept)
- Functional, logical and technical E/E-Architecture models
- Trade studies preparation
- System elements (Components) requirements definition
Functional Safety Management
- Safety management & process
- Hazard analysis
- Safety concept
- System design FEMA
- Security management & process
- Thread analysis & risk assessment
- Security Goals
- Safety concept & requirements
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Requirements engineering deals with discovering, eliciting, developing, analyzing, verifying, validating, communicating, documenting and managing requirements. CES requirements engineers are specialists in mediating between the domains of customers, developers or suppliers to establish and maintain the requirements to be met by the system, function, software or hardware of interest.
We offer a wide range of simulation services for driveline solutions always with the aim for efficiency, performance and innovation, allowing at the same time a reduction on development time and costs. This includes simulations on component, system and vehicle level.
The globalized world is facing a historic transformation. This applies above all to mobility. What lies before us is the beginning of a new, multi-mobile age. Mobility is already on the brink of highly automated driving. The complex requirements associated with this require special expertise and individual flexibility for each customer.