A sector with demanding quality requirements and in which Fagor Electrónica is supported by the IAFT 16949 certification and approval of major car manufacturers, TIER-1 and TIER-2. Our developments in electronics are carried out under the safety standard ISO 26262, with its highest level ASIL D for the power steering developed at Fagor Electrónica.
Power Train Project – Venus Fagor
In this sector, the Venus project stands out, with the development of a new power train based on a magnet-free variable reluctance motor for operation in electric vehicles, which meets the efficiency and power density requirements and is feasible for serial production, and a high-performance inverter, the lightest, smallest and with the highest power density on the market.
Power Train Project
A Power Train project with 150 kW for electric or hybrid train traction, with the highest power density on the market. Developed according to the ISO 26262 standard.
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This project is named after the contraction of the words PEDalera (“pedal”) + CALiper (“calliper”) and consists of the development of a new smart compact disc brake system, targeted at new electric and hybrid vehicles, as well as a state-of-the-art pedal sensor.
A Multi-Agent System (MAS) for decision-making in the management of electric demand for Electric Vehicle (VE) recharges in large facilities (garages and car parks), in a way that allows an efficient operation of the installed infrastructure and purchase of power. Among others, the most important features are:
- Consumption (demand) prediction in each facility. This allows the optimisation of management.
- It assists in decision-making, particularly regarding the contracting of energy, adapting the purchase to the demand.
- Adequacy to the new regulation, including communications with all market stakeholders, in accordance with ISO/IEC 15118-1.
- Multi-objective optimisation of the decision-making process based on criteria of cost, profitability, reserve capacity, contracting window, granularity of the allocation between nodes – garages – (periods within the window in which the allocation remains constant), etc.
The DEWI project seeks key solutions for wireless communication and wireless interoperability in smart cities and infrastructures, taking into account the everyday physical environments of citizens such as buildings, cars, trains and aeroplanes, thus contributing significantly to the emerging smart homes and smart public spaces.
The overall goal of the DEWI project is to provide key technologies and reference architectures with a focus on the sensor and the internal communication bubble and its interfaces with the environment. This means the following:
- Reliable, self-configurable, optionally safe short-range communication
- Local energy management: efficiency, utilisation, and storage
- Location of sensors and mobile devices; integration of wireless sensor networks
Development of a state-of the-art electric steering system for utility vehicles. Valid for segments A, B and C, with exceptional performance, being the smallest and most powerful on the market in its segment, developed under the ISO 26262 – ASIL D.Download data sheet