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Control system for a valveless wheel loader

Implementing energy-efficient drive technology in mobile machines reduces fuel consumption, cutting costs for users. To ensure acceptance, these new drive technologies must maintain the same standards of operability and machine performance that users are used to. This represents a huge challenge in terms of developing the control system, as in-depth understanding of machine behaviour and drive technology is required.

Snow plough equipped with additional software functions

Machine control system software must be adapted in order for new functions to be added to existing machines. The challenge lies in integrating the new functions into the existing control system and implementing them within very short periods of time.

Supporting development and identifying faults using targeted equipment measuring techniques

Analysing and optimising the drive functions of equipment and plants often poses many challenges. Dynamic equipment measuring techniques can bring significant advantages for experimental investigations.

Hydraulic system for a road finishing machine

A complete hydraulic system, which met the requirements in terms of controllability, precision dosing control and energy efficiency, was developed for a road finishing machine.

Additional traction drive for a construction machine

A hydrostatic additional traction drive which has to run synchronously with the traction drive of the machine under all operating conditions was developed from scratch for a grader.