Hardware-in-the-loop helps to develop functions more efficiently and test them earlier. Porsche Engineering uses HiL systems at various locations worldwide - including to adapt vehicle functions to local requirements.
More than half of the new vehicles registered in Norway in 2020 had an all-electric powertrain. In addition to modern design and innovative technology, customers there look for long range and space for the family – making the Porsche Taycan and the new Taycan Cross Turismo the perfect match.
Software is increasingly becoming the determining factor in automotive development. Marius Mihailovici, Managing Director of Porsche Engineering Romania, takes a look into the future of software development and explains why the job of a programmer could change completely in the next 20 years.
Porsche Engineering employees are working on the interface between the vehicle and its electronics. They are combining traditional automotive engineering with the latest IT technologies and collaborating closely with the academic world.
The winners of the first Porsche Data Cup presented their projects on the Startup Autobahn innovation platform: the successful applications included a digital logbook, an evaluation of accident damages using artificial intelligence and a tailored insurance calculation.