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Room for creativity in our digi.space

The digi.space is our next step for consequently extending the digitalization in the company. It's already well accepted by our employees and we want to extend it gradually. Our digi.space is a creative workplace, in which our employees have to room to create their own ideas. Topics like connectivity or [...]

2022-01-13T11:22:37+00:00July 30th, 2019|

Career fairs 2019

AVL Software and Functions will be represented on various recruiting fairs this year. We welcome everyone who is interested in one of our open jobs, wants to deliver his/her CV or just wants to ask us questions about our company. You will find the exact location of our fair stands [...]

2022-01-13T11:22:37+00:00July 26th, 2019|

New EMC paper published

Simulation of low-frequency electric and magnetic fields and resulting electroacoustic forces A growing development of hybrid or fully electrical drives increases the demand for an accurate prediction of noise and vibration characteristics of electric and electronic components. Tis paper describes the numerical and experimental investigation of noise emissions from power [...]

2022-01-13T11:22:37+00:00July 10th, 2019|

Paper about AVL’s high speed E-Axle published

Several engineers at AVL Software and Functions Co-authored ''AVL E-axle Development - High-speed Electric Drive Unit for the Next Generation of Vehicles'' which is featured in June 2019 issue of ATZ magazine. If you are interested in learning more about our highly integrated high speed E-axle with up to 30.000 [...]

2021-09-10T09:37:11+00:00July 1st, 2019|

AVL and itemis are partners

AVL and itemis are development partners. Content of our partnership will be the YAKINDU Security Analyst. While YAKINDU Security Analyst already meets the requirements for performing efficient security risk analysis, the software will continue to evolve over the coming months and years. Best practice approaches and feedback from Security Analyst [...]

2021-09-10T09:37:11+00:00June 30th, 2019|

DLR project explores automated left turns

How does a mixed traffic between autonomous and conventional cars look like in the city? The DLR (The German Aerospace Center) explored two different approaches for left turns at a traffic light. Within the scope of the project “Digitaler Knoten 4.0” (“digital knot 4.0”), the DLR investigated different solutions for [...]

2021-09-10T09:37:11+00:00June 26th, 2019|
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