automotion 2017/01

Digital mobility
Connectivity, comfort and security are the three big issues in making digital mobility a success. It is for this reason that they provide the focus of this automotion on tomorrow's key issue in the automotive industry. Discover more about our ideas and solutions in this issue.

The Internet of Things is making everyday life more convenient, more secure, more productive and more entertaining
The Internet of Things is interconnecting more and more devices in all areas of life. This is producing numerous new options for the car to (...) More
Chefs Culinar appreciates turnkey solutions on a one-stop shop basis
Chefs Culinar supplies customers in the hotel and catering trade, in corporate and group catering with around 25,000 items from the food and nonfood sectors (...) More
The OHLF‘s MultiMak2 project includes among others making a lightweight vehicle tunnel and a suspension strut dome from metal and composite materials
Lightweight design with steel and aluminum is already reaching its limits. In the MultiMak2 project in the framework of the Open Hybrid (...) More
Simulation software for route planning and conformity testing at the desk
It is a legal requirement in the European Union for motor vehicle emissions to be measured not just on the roller dynamometer but also in real road traffic. (...) More
Jean Wagner-Douglas, Executive Vice President for Vehicle Dynamics at IAV, about tomorrow’s digital mobility
Connectivity and digitization are two central trends in automotive engineering. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, IAV presented (...) More
This was IAV's motto at the CES 2017 where it presented ten showcases and five demonstrator vehicles
Shopping just while driving, feeling comfortable in the empathetic car, driving with the aid of the virtual copilot or enjoying movies and games (...) More
A talk with experts about the “AutoMotive MarketPlace” that has been newly created by the IAV Group and Concardis, about its innovative approaches and opportunities in the competitive environment
The automotive industry is facing radical changes. Traditional functions will take a back seat, progress will manifest itself in new (...) More
IAV has extended the Velodyn simulation tool for detailed RDL analysis (real driving load analysis) already in early development phases
Transmissions today are frequently installed in a range of different vehicles and vehicle variants, with clearly differing loads in each specific (...) More
Autonomous driving is gradually moving closer – IAV is already testing fully automated driving
Modern driver assist systems, like autonomous cruise control and parking assistance, can intervene in steering, acceleration and deceleration even (...) More
Presentation of the Hermann Appel Prizes 2016
In November IAV presented the Hermann Appel Prize in the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Berlin. The young talent award (...) More

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