We develop chassis and chassis electronics for our clients on a one-stop shop basis
High driving dynamics and reliable driving safety are the two characteristic properties of a chassis we can let our clients experience first-hand.
We have the expertise and infrastructure to assume responsibility for every development step from the idea to start of production:
- Concept formulation
- Simulation (MBS to HiL)
- Design and algorithm development
- Electronics and interconnection
- Mechanical and electronic prototyping
- Integration and calibration
- Component and vehicle testing
We develop and integrate axle systems (front and rear axle, spring and shock-absorber systems, wheel suspension) to meet the requirements defined in our clients’ specification – from concept definition, simulation and design, including prototyping, right through to validation in vehicle tests.
We work on a variety of aspects in the braking segment – from configuration, design and computation to simulating NVH behavior after hot spots form on the brake disks. We understand traction control systems as systems for controlling wheel-specific torque while braking (ABS/ESP) as well as during forward propulsion (controlled all-wheel drive and torque vectoring). Apart from designing and computing, another focus of our work also lies in integrating brake control systems into the vehicle’s E/E architecture. Doing so, we strictly adhere to the requirements and customer specifications, parts of which we help to compile. We use HiL test benches and diagnostic tools from the customer as well as our own tools for analyzing and validating systems and interconnecting signals.
We have extensive experience with chassis control systems and the complexity of interconnecting them in modern vehicles. On behalf of our clients we assume responsibility for developing all control systems capable of optimizing a vehicle’s driving dynamics – from electronic brake control systems to the complex, fully active controller concept for active chassis management.
We can test and validate entire chassis and control systems or provide individual turn-key services, such as chassis and steering calibration, on a one-stop shop basis. Testing relevant to homologation is also conducted in line with subjective and objective criteria:FMVSS126
GOST R 52302-2004
Anti-lock braking systems, ESP, EPB tests