EVA Fahrzeugtechnik GmbH was founded in 1994 and has been a part of the FEV Group since 2017. In light of the increasing development work for the completely electric powertrain, especially on high-voltage batteries, EVA, a specialist for high-voltage batteries and e-mobility, complements the expertise of FEV in the Electronics & Electrification business segment.
For the development of high-performance high-voltage batteries, which must meet strict requirements regarding energy content, range, resistance, temperature resistance, weight, and costs, EVA has demonstrated its considerable expertise in this field through the construction of several prototypes in the stationary area.
In addition to energy storage, EVA has also made a name for itself among automotive and energy sector customers through innovative services and products for the entire electrification process, ranging from the first concepts to systems, components, integration, securitization, and loading infrastructure. Along with FEV resources, EVA uses its own testing laboratory, a prototype building, and technical documentation for this.
At three Munich locations, there are now more than 400 experts working for FEV and EVA.
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FEV Poland started its work in 2003 with eight young engineers in a small office in Krakow – a central location for the domestic automotive and mechanical engineering industries and in close proximity to the local universities. The group’s initial focus was on engine development and software development was gradually added as a research focus. This has resulted in strong expertise in the fields of computer simulation and software development, which FEV Poland contributes to international projects within the FEV Group.
FEV Poland thus also gained valuable insights into the future topics of autonomous driving and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), which are now reflected in a broad service offer and full-service solutions, from system architecture development to serial validation. In addition to ultrasound and radar, lidar and camera systems with situation detection software, for instance, can also be integrated, tested, and validated. Validation takes place as part of a testing program that adheres to standards that apply worldwide and uses the latest measurement technology, including driving robots and high-precision positioning systems. Various test dummies and platforms are also used at this stage in order to test the interaction between autonomous driving vehicles and the environment to ensure the smooth function of the ADAS components and systems.
Since the foundation of FEV Poland, the number of employees has also grown, to more than 80. To provide the experts with the best working conditions, a move to a new building in Krakow occured last year.
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