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The Road to Zero Impact Emission
AVL Emission
In the coming years and decades, vehicle manufacturers and suppliers will have to face various global challenges. Reducing global warming, avoiding further greenhouse gas emission and improving local air quality will have a direct impact on relevant legislation.

To meet these challenges for better air quality, the industry must continue to improve the performance of traditional powertrains, as well as accelerate powertrain electrification. At AVL we are committed to helping OEMs develop zero-impact emission mobility solutions. Testing and validation are key to achieving this and to ensuring the highest quality results. However, handling the wide range of testing tasks, methods and products required by this process can be challenging in itself.

Tailoring a solution to perfectly fit the specific needs of each customer’s complex testing tasks requires a holistic approach that takes into account as many variables as possible. That’s where we can help. Our complete and comprehensive product portfolio delivers solutions for every different testing requirement in the development process of a modern engine, vehicle or powertrain. All the devices and systems required for a particular application are seamlessly integrated, providing a highly automated state-of-the-art testing system.
Solutions
RDE / ISC & WLTP
Conducting emission´ testing under real-world conditions for all vehicle configurations – in a repeatable way and to global standards – seems like an impossible task. But at AVL we have developed a methodology to bring road testing scenarios into the lab and onto the testbed. This allows exhaustive testing, 24/7, and the completion of test schedules that would be impossible in the real world. But more importantly, it enables compliance with global emission legislation.
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