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Electric power steering IC meets ASIL-D standards

Electric power steering IC meets ASIL-D standards
Providing enhanced functional safety and control for automotive applications such as electric power steering systems, a brushed motor pre-driver IC has been introduced by Toshiba Electronics Europe. The IC meets the requirements set in Automotive Safety Integrity Level D (ASIL-D), the most stringent automotive safety integrity levels prescribed by ISO 26262, Road Vehicles – Functional Safety.
1st April 2015

Active aerodynamics give performance the chequered flag

Active aerodynamics give performance the chequered flag
A Midlands manufacturing firm has unveiled two innovations that have the potential to change the way performance cars, and eventually volume vehicles, are manufactured and perform. MarchantCain Design has launched two innovations built around active aerodynamics, which aim to improve vehicle performance and increase fuel efficiency.
29th December 2014

The New Volvo FMX Is So Easy To Steer That A Hamster Can Take Over The Wheel

The New Volvo FMX Is So Easy To Steer That A Hamster Can Take Over The Wheel
The film ‘The Hamster Stunt’ has been a major success on YouTube and has now been viewed over 3.4 million times in just one week. It shows how the new Volvo FMX, equipped with Volvo Dynamic Steering, is steered by a hamster on rough, twisting tracks in a quarry.
19th September 2013


TRW Announces First Launch Of Belt Drive Electrically Powered Steering In China

TRW Automotive has recently started production of its electrically powered steering (EPS) belt drive system for the first time on a global vehicle platform launching in China. The company is manufacturing the technology at its state-of-the-art facility in Anting.
11th July 2013

Fairchild Semiconductor’s 40V PowerTrench MOSFET Provides Improved Power Control and Higher Efficiency in Power Steering Applications

Fairchild Semiconductor’s 40V PowerTrench MOSFET Provides Improved Power Control and Higher Efficiency in Power Steering Applications
Automotive design engineers of power steering systems require solutions that provide higher efficiency and better power control. Fairchild Semiconductor’s 40V N-Channel PowerTrench MOSFET helps designers with these challenges.
4th December 2012

Electronic Load Module (Voltage Range: 30 V)

For the hardware-in-the-loop simulation of electrical machines, such as motors or generators, dSPACE offers the Electronic Load Module. The module is optimized for high-speed operation as required for simulating electric motors such as those in electric steering systems. It can work as both a current sink and a current source to provide bidirectional current flow, i.e., it generates or consumes real current on ECU motor outputs. The Electronic Load Module can be combined with the FPGA Base Board to meet the required fast reaction times for controlling electrical machines. The FPGA Base Board computes parts of the simulation model for the electrical machine and operates the Electronic Load Module.
1st August 2012

Nexteer Automotive Steers 2013 Ram 1500 with 12-Volt Electronic Power Steering System

Nexteer Automotive Steers 2013 Ram 1500 with 12-Volt Electronic Power Steering System
Nexteer Automotive today announced it will provide the 2013 Ram 1500 with its 12-volt electronic power steering (EPS) system. Nexteer’s highly acclaimed 12-volt EPS system not only improves fuel economy, but enhances handling and steering feel as well.
25th April 2012

Starter Kit for Automotive Micro Speeds Development of Power Steering Applications

Starter Kit for Automotive Micro Speeds Development of Power Steering Applications
Toshiba Electronics Europe today announced the availability of an embedded development kit that will speed the design, development, integration and testing of automotive ECU (electronic control unit) applications that need to comply with the ISO 26262 functional safety standard for road vehicles.
17th October 2011

The world’s most advanced suspension control system

MagneRide, developed by BWI Group, is the world’s most advanced suspension control system. Using dampers whose response can be changed by electro‐magnetically controlling the properties of the damper fluid, the technology allows vehicle engineers to achieve an exceptional combination of ride and handling performance.
13th June 2011

Third Generation Of Bwi Magneride Ride Control Technology Debuts In New Range Rover Evoque

BWI Group’s twin coil system enables exceptional dynamics and comfort without compromising all-terrain ability
1st June 2011


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