Chassis Systems
chassis system

Complexity, integration and electrification are the main drivers of modern chassis systems development. Gain insight into recent technology developments in steering and braking systems, suspension, tires and vehicle dynamics control. As these systems continue to integrate more electronic components, manufacturers are adopting processes to meet safety regulations such as the ISO 26262.

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Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: 10/07/2017
While active suspension systems have been around for decades, they never gained much traction outside of racing and high-end cars. They usually were too expensive to use more commonly. Also, the required array of sensors and servomechanisms for the hydraulic systems added weight and needed a lot of power. Full Content »
Posted: 06/06/2017
Lightweighting of vehicles has become one of the key trends in the automotive industry, as OEMs endeavor to meet future emission targets. Lighter cars enable the downsizing of engines, better performance and better fuel efficiency, and every sector within manufacturing is under scrutiny for weight reduction. Full Content »
Contributor: Peter Els
Posted: 09/05/2017
Peter Els
Everything from supercharging to power steering have been electrified to not only reduce emissions, but at the same time improve safety, reduce complexity and offer a better driving experience. Full Content »
Posted: 05/05/2017
Remanufacturing of Hydraulic Power Steering has played a significant and important role for OES and the automotive parts aftermarket industry over the last thirty plus years. With the technological advancements in vehicle systems and the shift to Electronic Power Steering (EPS), the viability of EPS remanufacturing is called into question. Full Content »
Contributor: Peter Els
Posted: 03/05/2017
Peter Els
Electric Power Steering (EPS) has come a long way from the early days when manufacturers fitted the system, primarily to overcome the parasitic losses associated with hydraulic power assistance. With the proliferation of Advanced Driver Assist Systems, OEMs are now able to add features which not only enhance performance but also significantly improve driver comfort. Full Content »
Contributor: Peter Els
Posted: 14/03/2017
Peter Els
Suppliers such as Germany’s Robert Bosch and Japan’s Denso have been developing EPS systems that are set to revolutionize the safety of future EPS. Full Content »
Contributor: James Gordon
Posted: 08/03/2017
James Gordon
The solution to install a network of long distance super-grids – has proved to be effective, it comes at great cost. Full Content »
Contributor: Peter Els
Posted: 08/02/2017
Peter Els
For more than a century, motor vehicle suspension systems have been associated with ride and handling, but the rapid deployment of electric and hybrid cars has added a whole new dimension: To overcome EV customers’ range anxiety, engineers are turning to “regeneration” of energy. Full Content »
Contributor: Colin Pawsey
Posted: 04/01/2017
Self-driving vehicles present the next technological frontier in the automotive industry. Manufacturers and technology companies have clamored to tell us that we’re on the verge of being driven around by our cars, but when will autonomous vehicles truly be a reality? Full Content »
Posted: 10/09/2016
Veteran tire industry analyst David Shaw is presenting an exclusive webinar with Automotive IQ.The webinar will cover aspects of sustainability as they apply to the tire industry including:What's green?Rolling resistance and where it comes fromLife cycle analysisTire Labeling WorldwideWhich is greener: Natural rubber or synthetic rubber?Which is mo Full Content »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: 30/08/2016
Automotive IQ gathered three intelligent tire industry experts, in order to review the current challenges, most important developments, the future of the market, and the impact semi-automated and automated driving has on the tire. Full Content »
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