SPECTRUM 72

Answers on future mobility questions

In this issue: Answers on future mobility questions

In this edition, we present FEV’s holistic methodologies in the context of automated driving and the associated increasing complexity of vehicle systems, which ensure the overview and functionality of the entire system within the development process. The data exchange of vehicles with the outside world also expands the diversity of the spectrum of requirements for the corresponding competencies in software development. Over time, FEV has built up a global network of Software Engineering Centers, which we would like to present to you with its advantages and competencies.

If we look at the development of security relevant software, the aim is often to increase efficiency and reduce time to market. In this issue, we present our two-part approach to achieving this without compromising on quality requirements.

In another article, we highlight how FEV coordinates the complexity of the tasks involved across different disciplines as part of the overall vehicle development process, and how the available expert know-how is optimally incorporated for the customer at all levels and from a single source.

We will also be looking at innovative powertrain solutions that can help to achieve the ambitious emission reduction targets – such as a novel type of exhaust aftertreatment system for heavy-duty vehicles, the synthetic fuel methanol or an optimized hydrogen engine.

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