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There’s a lot going on in the truck segment at the moment: new technologies, like platooning, aerodynamic improvements with adaptive rear tail fairings or the use of waste heat from exhaust emissions, and all of them have the potential to cut fuel consumption and CO2 emissions quite noticeably – also bringing down the costs for fleet operators. This issue of automotion looks at these and other topics covering all aspects of commercial and mobile work machines.
RDE, WLTP and tighter CO2 limit values in the NEDC: We automotive developers really can’t say we’re short of challenges at the moment. How can we make sure that vehicles will meet ever tighter limit values under all conceivable boundary conditions in the future? And, in spite of new technologies, how will we manage not to push up the vehicle costs unnecessarily? These are the kind of questions we are facing – and in this edition of automotion, we’ll be giving you our answers to them.
IT is having more and more of an impact on automobile development: Buyers today expect the cockpit to have all the digital services they are accustomed to from their smartphones. On top of this, IT is also playing a central part in new safety functions and in highly automated or autonomous driving. For this reason, this issue of automotion is devoted to the highly topical subject of “Automotive Goes Digital” which, in addition to technical aspects, also has key economic ones.


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