The combination of mechanics, electronics and information technology is producing ever more intelligent systems with extended fields of application and completely new functions. The growing number of control devices and their numerous variations, close networking and the increasing distribution of functions demand leading-edge test procedures.
We test the behaviour when individual components fail and ensure functionality through continuous operation tests and simulation of failure scenarios.
Our modular HIL test systems provide the necessary vehicle environment to run realistic function tests on the control devices. Our test engineers have many years of experience, employ innovative test procedures and thus ensure comprehensive qualification.
Utilising efficient simulation tools and powerful experimental platforms we develop and test new functions for your mechatronic systems. Simulation and testing are closely linked for us. The results of experiments that we make on real prototypes can be incorporated in your design and optimisation process at an early stage.
Wärtsilä Finland Oy, 2016
Gutor by Schneider Electric (Schweiz), 2015
- 26.04.2018 Oerlikon and IABG partnering to accelerate qualification of additive manufacturing components
- 08.08.2017 IABG new National Instruments Alliance Silver Partner