"We speak the same language," said Manvel, citing AVL's innovative ADAS and automated driving expertise, which includes new predictive and connected functions, sensor fusion, robotic driving, and simulation in conjunction with advanced testbed assessment. "What makes us different," added Manvel, "is the wide range of applications we offer as they relate to ADAS and AD, vehicle attribute engineering, and electrified powertrain development for both passenger and commercial vehicles with conventional internal combustion, hybrid or electrical powertrains."
Manvel noted that AVL solutions include e-axle systems and vehicle development utilizing AVL's all-wheel drive (AWD) test cells and simulation tools that allow realistic dynamic maneuvers to be performed in the laboratory, reducing development time and risks.
"What's especially energizing for us," said Manvel, "is the combination think-tank and automotive technology incubator that CES has become."
Founded in 1948, AVL is the world's largest independent company for development, simulation and testing technology of powertrains and vehicle systems (hybrids, combustion engines, transmissions, electric drives, batteries and software). AVL's expertise encompasses passenger cars, trucks and large engines. AVL's North American Headquarters are located in the Detroit suburb of Plymouth, Michigan.
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