The thermal system, for example, plays a central role in reducing energy consumption, but it is also possible to lower the chassis and decrease aerodynamic drag. The weight can also reduce the amount of energy required - and the vehicles’ systems always need to harmonize with one another.
Our “Attribute Engineering” methodology and our in-house development of simulation tools allow us to support you by developing a homogeneous vehicle in every respect.
Developing cross-system functions
New functions for software-defined vehicles work across systems. It is therefore not sufficient to analyze individual systems only. We offer you a holistic view of your vehicle, thorough knowledge of all systems and functional focus.
As our internal structures are aligned according to functional areas, we can quickly leverage skills from the propulsion system, chassis and thermal management areas. Systems Engineering allows us to break down requirements to systems and then to components
Functional orientation means that we have assigned experts from the propulsion system, chassis and thermal management to the driving functions area. This allows us to easily access the necessary skills - without any bureaucratic processes.
– Johannes Linderl, Skills Area Manager Complete Vehicle Development, AVL