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New powertrains, more vehicle derivatives, complex algorithms on control units and ever-tighter emission regulations in conjunction with shorter development cycles in an increasingly digital world: automobile developers are under enormous pressure. This is why development tools are called for today that once again provide scope for creativity: Products from IAV.
IAV presented its product solutions and testing equipment at the Automotive Testing Expo from June 20-22.
As an engineering partner, we have been getting innovations into volume production for over 30 years. This has a lot to do with our 6,000 or so first-class developers, but also with the development tools we use in our everyday work. These products assist developers in their challenging daily routine involving all manner of activities in the field of measurement, testing, analysis, layout, simulation and calibration. Throughout the V process, IAV uses the best development tools that are available on the market. And if we cannot find them there, we develop them ourselves – from practitioners for practitioners.
Over the last three decades, this approach has seen the creation of many products that have set new standards. Typical IAV: our products are intuitive to use and come with the built-in expertise of our top developers. This makes it easy for the user to cope with development challenges of any complexity.
Regardless of whether a developer wants to optimize a component or design an entire powertrain, IAV products are at their side throughout projects of any magnitude. No matter how big a development project is: anyone using these IAV tools is just a mouse click away from the knowledge of three decades of automotive engineering development.
IAV did present the following papers at the open technology forum:
• Hans-Christian Winter, In-lab emulation of real-word connectivity environments for virtual drive tests
Tuesday, 20 June, Hall 1, 3:00 pm - zum Abstract
• Ortwin Escher, Processing vehicle-related measurement data
Wednesday, 21 June, Hall 1, 1:35 pm - zum Abstract