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Targeting hydrogen: IAV and Sonplas develop measuring system for hydrogen injectors
WonderVision, an IAV solution using language and image recognition and voice interface, brings blind people to their destination safely.
IAV opens a test center in Heimsheim. IAV now covers the complete range of?the required?EMC measurements?- all under one roof
Strawberry test field for IAV harvesting robot in Gifhorn
Driving e-mobility forward: IAV expands test bench solutions for e-cars
IAV develops modular platform for battery-electric vehicles
IAV is significantly expanding its presence in southern Germany with a new development center. In addition to the EMC test center, a building complex is being constructed with 370 workstations as well as a modern high-voltage testing infrastructure, test fields and workshops
Air wellness in the car: IAV develops new measuring system for scenting vehicle interiors
Battery Recycling Made Easy: IAV’s New Battery Concept with lightweighting and less joints results in lower CO2 emissions
IAV has joined forces with the University of Oldenburg to develop a digital assistant that monitors the driver’s health status, accurately detects changes ranging from shortness of breath to heart attack – and automatically initiates rescue measures in an emergency.
IAV presents mobile test bench for electric drives.
Webasto and IAV Agree on Technology Collaboration for Electric Commercial Vehicles
HEAT (Hamburg Electric Autonomous Transportation) begins passenger operations. IAV is engineering partner for this project.
RimacAutomobili and IAV are cooperating on the final stages of development of the C_Two electric super sports car: At its test center in Stollberg, IAV is testing electric drive, alongside other components. IAV is also determining the components’ reaction to extreme temperatures and their electromagnetic compatibility.
As the number of electronic components in vehicles is growing rapidly, also raising demand for capacities to test electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). IAV is responding to demand from the automotive industry with its own EMC Test Center in Heimsheim near Stuttgart. A Long-term cooperation has already been agreed with a German car manufacturer for EMC vehicle development and EMC tests for vehicles.