Pour faire face aux coûts de carburant de plus en plus élevés et aux préoccupations environnementales, les constructeurs automobiles doivent entièrement repenser l’ensemble de leurs véhicules : aérodynamique, moteur, transmission, carrosserie, systèmes de confort des passagers, systèmes électriques et électroniques. Ils doivent également développer des systèmes de motorisation pour les véhicules électriques et hybrides, complètement différents. Et ce, en utilisant au mieux de nouvelles technologies complexes comme les batteries ou les moteurs de traction électriques.
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Consumers and governments demand fuel efficiency and low-pollutant emissions. As a result, car manufacturers are making big investments to develop vehicles that meet these more stringent targets, often using hybrid and electric drives
Because of their competitive nature, motorsports are the testing grounds for pioneering automotive technologies. Hybrid and electric drives for race cars pose engineering challenges along with the opportunity to lead the pack. Furthermore, motorsports regulations have tightened the use of wind tunnel testing and virtual simulation.
With today’s modular and feature-rich vehicles, suppliers play a large role in innovation and product development. Ambitious fuel-efficiency and emission-reduction goals are cascaded down to suppliers, who also make sure that complex electronics and embedded systems don’t cause unexpected catastrophic failure modes.
Heavy trucks and off-highway vehicles are subject to tightening pollutant emission norms,.and the market demands fuel efficiency. Simultaneously, off-road vehicle manufacturers are adding sophisticated electronic devices for applications such as automating agricultural tasks.
Fuel Efficiency & Emissions
Ambitious government regulations and strong customer demand for higher-mileage vehicles push car and truck makers to find and exploit every opportunity to make designs fuel efficient. All systems are on the table for re-engineering — body, interior, chassis, electrical, and electronics and powertrain.
Strong customer demand and governmental push for higher mileage, greener vehicles means that car and truck makers have to develop and deploy hybrid and electric powertrains for more and more vehicle platforms. The race for electrification is on and companies that bring viable hybrid and electric powertrains to market first will dominate the future automotive market.
Electronics & Embedded Systems
Advanced electronics and embedded systems are standard features in today’s vehicles, making cars more efficient, safe, comfortable and fun. Paradigm changing innovations such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles are just a few years from production.
Quality & Reliability
Two major concerns affect auto sector profitability: warranty recalls and having to fix quality and reliability issues during vehicle production. These issues can result in long-term damage to a company’s brand.
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Our comprehensive underhood thermal management solution offers full accounting of radiation from hundreds of surfaces, conjugate heat transfer with hundreds of solids, and shell conduction in dozens of baffles and zero-thickness surfaces.
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