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HAW Hamburg Berliner Tor 7

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Our labs are located at the Berliner Tor 7 (the "E&I Hochhaus"), room 580B+C (5th floor). It is the 14-story grey concrete building.

The following companies and institutions supported our research with their products and knowledge.

iav

 

IAV GmbH - Ingenieurgesellschaft Auto und Verkehr

http://iav.com

Employing over 6,000 members of staff, IAV is one of the world’s leading providers of engineering services to the automotive industry. The company has been developing innovative concepts and technologies for future vehicles for over 30 years. Core competencies include production- ready solutions in all fields of electronics, powertrain and vehicle development. Clients include all of the world's premier automobile manufacturers and suppliers. In addition to development centers in Berlin, Gifhorn and Chemnitz/Stollberg, IAV also operates from other locations in Germany, Europe, Asia as well as North and South America.

IAV is partner in the RECBAR research project and SecVI research project

iav

 

Easycore

http://easycore.com/

Since the founding of easycore GmbH, easycore is taking care of "creative solutions to complex technical challenges". This means that a young team develops software for electronic control units (ECUs) in the automotive industry, automation and aerospace, based on results from research.
The goal is to find optimal and innovative solutions for the specific problems together with our customers. Long-term and sustainable relationships are success factors for our customers and us.

Easycore is partner in the SecVI research project

iav

 

OFFIS - Institut für Informatik Oldenburg

http://offis.de

OFFIS is partner in the RECBAR research project

iav

 

Heinz Nixdorf Institut

http://hni.uni-paderborn.de

HNI is partner in the RECBAR research project

ibeo

 

Ibeo Automotive Systems GmbH

http://ibeo-as.com

Ibeo is the world-leading company in laser scanner technology for automotive applications. Since its foundation in 1998, Ibeo has been dedicated to the development of advanced laser measurement technology including innovative algorithms for object tracking and classification. This know-how enables Ibeo’s laser scanner technology to support all driving assistance applications and to act as a sensor reference system.

Ibeo is partner in the RECBAR research project

Hella

 

HELLA KGaA Hueck & Co.

http://hella.com

HELLA develops and manufactures lighting and electronic components and systems for the automotive industry, and operates one of the world’s largest aftermarket organizations for automotive parts, accessories, diagnostics and services.

Hella supports us with headlights for our in-car network prototype.

 SensoDrive

 

SENSODRIVE GmbH

http://sensodrive.de

SENSODRIVE GmbH is a spin-off company from the German Aerospace Center DLR. SENSODRIVE has the goal to bring the latest drive, sensor, and control technology into the industry.

SENSODRIVE supported us with their knowledge and products for force-feedback drives. We use SENSO-Wheel components in our steer-by wire demonstration.

 AutoNova

 

AutoNova GmbH

http://www.auto-nova.de

AutoNova is a local Volvo car dealership in the east of Hamburg. It sells Volvo cars since 1973.

AutoNova supported our prototype with parts. In our demonstrator we use a steering wheel, shock absorbers and a wheel from AutoNova

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