Driveability Engineering and Simulation

AVL-DRIVE™ - The Objective Tool for Driveability Assessment and Development - in co-simulation with VSM "Vehicle Simulation Model" - a mathematical model for the simulation of driveability in real-time - extends the capability of objective driveability evaluation from road to lab.

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AVL-DRIVE 4™

Driveability Engineering and Simulation

AVL-DRIVE 4™ - The Objective Tool for Driveability Assessment and Development - in co-simulation with VSM "Vehicle Simulation Model" - a mathematical model for the simulation of driveability in real-time - extends the capability of objective driveability evaluation from road to lab. Furthermore, AVL-DRIVE 4™ is a proud member of the AVL Team SUITETM.

AVL Emissions Development

Real Driving Emissions & CO₂ compliant - meeting all global emissions legislations

AVL offers leading solutions to meet today’s and tomorrow’s stringent emission legislations with different goals in different markets. They are robust, reliable cost-efficient and compliant with CO2 and RDE requirements as well.

AVL 48V Mild Hybrid Solutions

Meeting final product targets reliably and fast.

For far more than 10 years, AVL has gained extensive experience with the 48-Volt Technology – both for Gasoline and for Diesel applications. Based on AVL's integrated system competence including all elements of a modern powertrain (engine & transmission, power electronics & e-machine, batteries and controls) and our know-how in modular up-grading of existing concepts we are able to deliver solutions for best driving pleasure combined with lowest Emissions and CO2 at beneficial cost.

Designing the parts together

Transmission Engineering

Passenger Car

AVL Transmission Engineering offers engineering solutions and services from concept investigations to series production including complete production programs. From the transmission itself up to the integration into the vehicle.
Driveability is a big issue for the driver - especially for vehicles in use almost around the clock, like construction equipment. Legal requirements also regulate allowable impacts on the driver in the future. The task is to assess driveability objectively and repeatable.
The system captures various driveability related sensor and CAN bus signals, such as longitudinal acceleration, engine speed, vehicle speed, pedal positions and vibrations. These input quantities are collected by the DMU2 (DRIVE Main Unit) and passed on to the AVL-DRIVE software for further processing and analysis. More than 100 different driving modes (engine, transmission and chassis related) are detected automatically and more than 800 driveability related criteria are rated in real-time....