The Porsche Engineering Data Service (PEDS) facilitates wireless provision of measurement data after a test drive, and allows it to be evaluated quickly. Analyses can be available just minutes after the drive – or indeed during it. And the share of measurement data evaluated live can be increased before any archiving occurs.
With more and more electronic control functions, new driver assistance systems and automated driving functions, along with continued advances in system connectivity, the work involved in calibration and validation continues to increase for the chassis as well. To implement development projects with a high level of efficiency, Porsche Engineering is establishing new digital development methods.
Porsche Engineering has designed a new multifunctional lever for reach trucks for Linde Material Handling. The result is an innovative solution that perfectly combines functionality and ergonomic design.
In the dynamic environment of automated driving functions, fast and efficient development and testing of new functions is more important than ever. To this end, the developers of Porsche Engineering use the development and collaboration platform Jupiter.
More and more vehicle functions are based on artificial intelligence. However, conventional processors and even graphics chips are increasingly reaching their limits when it comes to calculations required for neural networks. Porsche Engineering reports on new technologies that will speed up AI calculations in the future.