As stated by the EIB, the project includes the promoter's investments in innovative technologies in the field of: (i) advanced powertrain solutions, including batteries, fuel cell vehicles and electrified vehicles; (ii) ADAS and AD validation methodologies; (iii) AI-based manufacturing for automotive applications; (iv) advanced simulation for battery electric and fuel-cell vehicles; (v) test systems for electrified vehicles and digitalised testing.
The project will contribute to further develop innovative powertrain technology solutions for application in battery electric, plug-in hybrid electric and fuel-cell electric vehicles, ADAS and AD validation technologies, AI-based manufacturing technologies, advanced simulation technologies and innovative testing systems. It will contribute to create better conditions for an accelerated and cheaper development and deployment of such advanced technologies by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers, to lowering the existing barriers for adoption of innovative and more sustainable technologies, for both passenger cars and heavy-duty vehicles.
As stated by Bloomberg, AVL List GmbH develops powertrain and test systems. The Company provides hybrid systems, combustion and diesel engines, transmission systems, electric drives, batteries, and simulation software. AVL serves clients worldwide.
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