Improved driving comfort is assured by a number of electronics systems, such as adaptive cruise control (ACC), vehicle status information displays (e.g. speed, engine status, and warning messages), and navigation displays; while electrical functions, such as window lift, light controls, road sign recognition, and seat adjustments, help to keep the driver’s attention on the road. There are also a number of information and music systems to keep the vehicle occupants entertained.


Driver Assistance

Driver assistance systems use environmental sensors, such as radar and video, to detect and interpret the vehicle environment.


In-vehicle infotainment architectures are becoming increasingly networked systems.

Clear View

Wiper systems have to meet both technical and qualitative customer requirements, as well as satisfy extensive legal provisions and standards.

Electrical Vehicle Function Control

Electrical vehicle function control refers to the development and application of software for the central body and comfort control units (12 V or 24 V).