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    EDAG Tech Insights

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    How is type approval regulated in the EU? Can approval be transferred to other markets, or what rules apply there? And what are the greatest challenges in the homologation process? A roadmap to navigate the jungle of international laws, regulations and ordinances. In the EU, homologation - in other words confirmation of the fact that a vehicle...

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    The development of innovative technologies in the automotive industry is becoming increasingly complex. As numerous components and systems interact with each other, even a small change to a prototype can have a major impact on the functionality of the vehicle. This increases both the time-to-market and development costs. The EDAG team can offer...

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    The increasing use of hybrid components made partly from metal and partly from plastic gives rise to the question of correct joint design. This applies in particular to components in which, in the interest of efficient production, the different materials are joined together in a thermal direct joining process during the injection molding process,...

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    Every year, complex crash tests are carried out on new vehicles to test their safety. During these, an important role is played by the risk of injury to pedestrians and cyclists. The amount of time and effort that goes into developing a "pedestrian-compatible" vehicle front end is enormous. But there is also a far more efficient way. Namely the AI...

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    A parking assistance system really comes into its own when parking spaces are cramped and awkward. To ensure that the assistant will not simply shut down or drive back and forth dozens of times, the systems need to be validated and optimized in extensive test series. This takes time and money. EDAG has now come up with an alternative: the...

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    In Europe, several battery cell production lines have recently been built by large Asian suppliers offering a turnkey solution from a single source. However, due to different policies, laws and procedures, local requirements do not always match the offerings that have proven successful in domestic markets. Extensive rework is then required. EDAG...

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    The cost and range of a BEV are decisive factors when buying a car. On the other hand, the energy storage systems in an electric vehicle should be reliable and survive accidents as unscathed as possible. Thus, cutting corners on safety is not an option. Nevertheless, the development of battery systems still has untapped potential. With the right...

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    Swimming pools are expensive - and not just because of the staff. Heating and water circulation result in high maintenance costs for local authorities. But how much water circulation is really necessary to meet the legal requirements and ensure safe operation? In the past, the calculations for this were based on empirical values. A different...

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    In addition to the drive concept, rechargeable battery technology will be one of the core competencies of the automotive industry in the future. Europe must therefore ensure that it has its own battery manufacturing expertise and capacity. With the support of policymakers, major investments are currently being made to develop battery cell...

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    There are many ways of reducing aftersales costs. Starting with repair-friendly and low-fault design, through fault detection and rectification, active recourse management, to digitalized processes for maintenance and in the repair shop, to name but a few. In addition to attending to these matters, IT equipment should also be included in the...

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