When up to 100 control units are built into a modern vehicle, basic questions are inevitable :
- Who brings together the electronic components and software from various suppliers to produce a single functioning system?
- What happens with the data that is generated?
- And how can this data be protected against misuse?
Vehicles have become increasingly complex. They consist of many components--which communicate with one another--and sub systems. Additionally, they are linked to the digital world. As such, vehicle development demands a deep understanding of the system architecture in the vehicle in question as well as the cross-channel expertise required to embed this into the digital infrastructure of mobility. Knowledge of these contexts and engagement with the resulting issues is part of the DNA of ESG MOBILITY.
For over ten years, we have been grappling with the trends that are currently shaping today’s key issues. Thanks to the level of expertise that we have developed as a result of this foresight, we will help you to make a decisive and sustainable step forward in all aspects of system development and integration.
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