Development cooperation started with Bosch Automotive Steering System
Intelligent mechatronics rear axle steering system ensures higher driving comfort and safety with the highest energy efficiencyMatthias Zink: "An important milestone in becoming an innovative technology partner in the field of chassis systems"Schaeffler, a global automotive and industrial supplier, has expanded its services in the field of rear axle steering and has joined the development partnership of Robert Bosch Automotive Steering Co., Ltd. The purpose of the cooperation is to provide customers with a complete set of rear axle steering systems to expand the market. Schaeffler provides the electromechanical rear axle steering system (iRWS); Bosch Automotive Steering System provides software and electronic equipment in the form of a steering control unit. INA SL185009A bearings online , pls click here :
Matthias Zink, Schaeffler Automotive OEM Executive Board, said: “In order to obtain the best customer benefits, we combine the advantages of the two companies into one system.” “For Schaeffler, the intelligent rear axle steering system becomes the chassis An important milestone for the preferred technology partner in the system field."Rear axle steering is the development of mechatronicsAutomotive and industrial supplier Schaeffler has already launched and established electromechanical cheek stabilizer (iARC) in 2015. Dr. Keiwan Kashi, head of Schaeffler's electromechanical systems, said: "The experience we have gained has directly affected the development of electromechanical rear axle steering systems.""By combining our mechatronics expertise with our core competitiveness in the industrialization of machinery and mechatronics components, highly efficient products have emerged. The mechatronics rear axle steering system improves driving comfort and safety, And in the process, it can especially take advantage of its advantages. In this way, turning in the opposite direction to the front steering can reduce turning circles and increase maneuverability. For example, this greatly simplifies the process of finding parking spaces in the city. In addition, the rear axle Assisted steering movement can also be improved. Schaeffler’s rear axle steering system is characterized by its light weight of 8 kg, which is targeted. The element of the system is the planetary wave drive, which can ensure self-restraint, thus ensuring attention, If there is no driver's control, the rear axle steering will not change. In addition, the planetary wave drive ensures high efficiency. The acoustic optimization design is particularly suitable for quiet electric vehicles.Bosch steering control unit supports safe driving Bosch controls the steering control unit (steering control unit). This integrates the controller, motor and software in one component. The expandable and modular design of the steering control unit is an important basis for many driver assistance functions in Schaeffler's new rear axle steering system. In the field of front axle steering, the use of mechatronics control has proven to be a million times more successful. Thanks to Bosch's security concept, the steering system can also resist cyber attacks. Air technical support functions and updates. Dr. Stefan Waschul, head of Robert Bosch Automotive Steering GmbH's automotive steering system product line, said: "Since last year, the third-generation Bosch steering control unit has been successful in the market." "We are bringing this expertise into the future. Axle steering cooperation.
As a market leader in steering systems, we will also contribute our experience and expertise in the areas of software and e/e architecture."Bosch has successfully used this technology in many customer applications and has decades of experience in software development and steering control. The electronic control unit calculates the best steering assistance based on the steering signal recorded by the torque sensor, and uses this information to control the motor that provides the required power. The steering control unit not only calculates the servo support based on the steering point on the steering wheel, but also considers many other vehicle parameters.