Engineering services

  • 16-Mar-2012 08:17 EDT
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Continental Engineering Services (CES) provides comprehensive engineering services with emphasis in automotive electronics, drive and chassis technology, as well as electrical mobility. With experience in the adaptation of automobile technologies in a broad spectrum of industrial applications, CES’ work ranges from the consultation of concept studies up to the realization of prototypes and small series, while having control over the complete product development process. They are also equipped to take over exactly defined work packages within a project. CES’ focus includes: brakes and safety engineering; chassis engineering; driver assistance systems; hybrid and electric drives; transmission and engine control; exhaust aftertreatment systems; interior and air-conditioning control; displays; and AUTOSAR software.

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