The Darmstadt-based research facility will be using selected examples to showcase its system-oriented service portfolio. The concept vehicle "Frecco 2.0", for example, will be illustrating the tremendous advances achieved in the area of electromobility; a racing car model fitted with new, robust measuring equipment will also be on show.
Fraunhofer Frecco 2.0 concept vehicle on the full-vehicle test facility in Darmstadt.
Photo: Fraunhofer LBF
Racing car model with intelligent sensor nodes provides higher safety
New challenges such as electromobility or noise control provided a source of constant growth and have made Fraunhofer LBF a reliable and internationally recognized partner. The fourfold increase in staff over the last decade as well as numerous national and international awards are clear indicators that the success story will continue and evolve into the future under the motto: Reliability and innovation!
Anke Zeidler-Finsel | Fraunhofer-Institut
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