Connecting the brain and senses of autonomous vehicles

We are working together with a large Nordic manufacturer of buses to develop technology for autonomous vehicles. Our contribution to this complex task is creating and connecting the “brain” of the autonomous vehicle functions with various on-board sensors, like radar, lidar, cameras etc., and integrating the functions into the infrastructure of the vehicle.
electrical harnessing

We work on three levels: Firstly, we design the schematics and circuit diagrams for connecting the various parts of the system. Secondly, we do hardware installation and internal cabling inside the vehicle’s control unit, which consists of a rack with computers, switches and other hardware to process sensor data and to navigate the vehicle. Thirdly, we do the cabling between the vehicle’s various sensors and its control unit, including the power supply to the whole system.   

Furthermore, as there are more than 500 circuits in every build, we put extreme attention into testing and quality control. We are very well aware of the fact that building stuff is one thing, but building it right is quite another matter.

Thus we want to ensure that our customer receives a product designed and built to the highest standards. For thorough in-house testing of the system we have developed a range of tailor made verification and testing tools, to ensure that everything is built the right way.

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