Increasing demand for food, climate change, finite resources, a shortage of skilled workers and, last but not least, environmental protection are factors that have an extreme influence on agriculture.
State-of-the-art technology can help meet the challenges in agriculture – and IAV has solutions in this sector for the agriculture of the future.
IAV and KRONE are working together on electrifying agricultural machinery
In the "Feldschwarm" research project, IAV and other partners have teamed up to develop specialized, lightweight agricultural machinery that operate in swarms.
IAV is developing a robotic arm to provide farmers with efficient and targeted harvest support.
It is essential to utilize the power grids more evenly with intelligent and flexible charging control of e-vehicle fleets. This not only avoids bottlenecks in the power supply, but can also lead t ...
Cybersecurity: In the future, no car will be on the road that has not been developed to be cyber-secure. IAV helps OEMs and suppliers to cope with the new requirements and processes.
A new platform from IAV enables suppliers to integrate software in just two days instead of six weeks.
On September 25, 2023, IAV Poland will open a new office in Opole, which will also serve as headquarters in Poland in the future.
Future-oriented research topics in the fields of automotive and engine technology are reported and discussed here. Meet us on site.
One of the largest trade fairs for buses, come along and discover the latest developments in passenger transport from IAV.