EvoBus: Managing electrical and electronic architectures
The complexity of electrical/electronic vehicle development is constantly increasing due to growing electrification, automation and the higher degree of networking. In addition, there is an extreme individualization and diversity of variants for the bus due to specific customer requirements and global target markets with heterogeneous requirements. This makes it necessary to consistently and uniformly track the versions and variants of working products such as control units, software modules or parameters throughout the entire product development process.
The FZI supports Daimler Buses in the introduction of the consistent PEER (Product Engineering) framework for globally distributed electrical/electronic development. The FZI's focus is on the development of concepts and methods for variant and configuration management of electrics/electronics architectures in the bus, as well as harmonization with associated development processes and procedures. In 2017, the first productive rollout of PEER 1.0 was successfully completed.
- Directly commissioned by EvoBus GmbH.
- Duration: since 2015