automotion 2017 – Issue 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.

IAV develops compact, low-cost solution for future requirements
In future, vehicle manufacturers will not be able to meet the pending CO2fleet limit values without electrifying their powertrains. IAV has developed (...) More
A self-contained overall system connects vehicle and intelligent infrastructure
Highly automated vehicles that drive to their destination without any action on the part of the driver will soon become part of everyday street life. (...) More
User interfaces: From user demands to digital products
To an ever increasing extent, connectivity is turning vehicles into an environment for living and working in. Communication, informa (...) 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
The Open Hybrid LabFactory brings together experts from research and industry: an interview with Professor Dr. Klaus Dilger (OHLF) and Thomas Papenheim (IAV)
Lightweight design is a key issue for conventionally powered vehicles and for electric cars. Autonomous driving also makes new demands of (...) More
Learning from startups: IAV sets up the Digitization Network and champions new working methods
Digitization is not only changing the technology in vehicles – it is also demanding some rethinking in terms of the development processes. IAV has responded (...) More
IAV measurement data platform can process vast data volumes – if need be, in real time and spread across the globe
The volumes of data involved in automotive engineering are multiplying. Added to this are new services which, during the vehicle’s lifetime, are also reliant on (...) 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
New materials, optimized topology, integrated functions: IAV takes different approaches when it comes to lightweight design
Lightweight design plays an important role at IAV in many areas: in the bodywork for example, in the cockpit or in the vehicle chassis. Here is a (...) More
The IAV Dragoon universal control unit connects vehicles with the Internet of Things and modern driver assist systems
For many years now, IAV has been developing universal control units for prototypes and low-volume production in the passenger car and commercial (...) More

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