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Press releases and professional articles


Life Cycle Assessment - When sustainability becomes a duty: 
Life cycle assessment and recycling management make automotive and industrial companies fit for the future, 2022

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Thermal management in the vehicle - Human sensitivity for the computer: The future of climate comfort optimization lies in virtual application, 2022

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Automotive Ethernet - Full speed ahead into the future: Growing complexity of high-speed data networks in vehicles requires multidimensional testing, 2021

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Artificial intelligence in the automotive industry - Blackbox neural network: Interactive visualization improves understanding of decision-making processes in autonomous vehicles, 2020

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Touch technologies for the automotive industry - A finger on the pulse of time: How features of interactive displays find their way into the passenger cell of the future, 2020

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Here you will find a selection of our currently placed professional articles.

"Learning Lessons", 

vehicle electronics, May 2023

In March 2020, the European Commission adopted the new Action Plan for Circular Economy. It aims to promote sustainable product design while reducing waste in resource-intensive sectors – including electronics and ICT, battery and vehicle manufacturing, and the plastics industry – as part of the European Green Deal. The revision of EU legislation on batteries is just one building block in this context.

source: Vehicle electronics - Home

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"Go with the flow", 

vehicle electronics, May 9th 2022

With the introduction of electromobility, the issues of air conditioning and climate comfort are becoming massively more important. This is because unlike the combustion engine, which can always provide sufficient waste heat for heating and operates all electrical consumers in the interior via the generator, the driver of an e-car pays dearly for any heating or cooling power required with potential range. 

source: Vehicle electronics - Home

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"Full speed ahead. Testing high-speed data networks in vehicles"

EPP EUROPE, Nov 2th 2021

Highly and fully automated driving systems have long since ceased to be fiction, but rather represent the future prospects of the automotive industry. Display or communication failures can lead to dangerous situations for the driver and even accidents involving several people. For this reason, automotive manufacturers are already using high-speed data transmission via Automotive Ethernet to network individual control units with each other and with the system network as a whole. However, existing test methods are no longer sufficient, as they only focus on individual system components and disregard systemic verification. ARRK Engineering explains how multidimensional testing can help.

source: epp europe - Home

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"Black box neural network


Artificial intelligence in the automotive industry: In self-driving cars, reliable Convolutional Neuronal Networks (CNN) are essential. With their help, artificial intelligence is supposed to automatically recognize other traffic participants. However, the more autonomously the car drives, the greater the demands on the safety of the algorithms. In order to protect the human life, a deep understanding of the inner-processes of these neural networks is necessary.

source: OEM&SUPPLIER - Home

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"A finger on the pulse of time" 

new electronics, Feb 9th 2021

Smartphones, tablets, televisions: touch displays are ubiquitous and are increasingly being used in modern vehicles – whether for buttonless operation of the air conditioning or infotainment system. In contrast to consumer electronics, these functions have to face special challenges in vehicles: Strong vibrations, changing temperatures and electromagnetic fields are the rule in road traffic. To ensure that drivers can enjoy the benefits of touch displays, the technology must therefore be adapted to the requirements of the automotive industry. In this way, it can be ensured that the driving experience is not diminished by advanced touch displays.

source: newelectronics - Home

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