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20.06.2011 | Photo
Telematics Update Awards 2011
Dr. Peter Steiner, AUDI AG, wins „Telematics Leadership“ award.
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24.05.2011 | Photo
Michelin Challenge Bibendum
The Audi A3 TCNG and the successful Team at the Award Ceremony
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
To ensure that the networked electronics systems also work when at the limit, tests are performed that simulate all possible situations affecting the electrical system, such as undervoltage and overvoltage. Employees at the AUDI AG Electronics Center test the complete electronics of an Audi model in a reference vehicle.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
The electronic systems of an Audi are thoroughly tested in a reference vehicle. Employees of the Electronics Center analyze the functional effects of fluctuations in the electrical system.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
An engineer performs an automated test of high-voltage protection functions on a Q5 hybrid.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
Eliminating lateral forces: George Schmidt-Holzmann, Christoph Müller and Michael Bär (from right to left) developed the tilt technology that leans the vehicle into the curves.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
Lateral forces occur during cornering. Audi is developing a system that completely eliminates this lateral force. It reacts proactively and can thus prevent the nausea that occurs when reading in the car, for example.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
Lateral forces occur during cornering. Audi is developing a system that completely eliminates this lateral force. It reacts proactively and can thus prevent the nausea that occurs when reading in the car, for example.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
The active suspension can be used to apply forces at each wheel, tilting the car. This eliminates lateral forces while driving. Here: Karl-Heinz Meitinger and Michael Bär, who played key roles in the development of the technology.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
An acoustic camera is used on the engine test rig of the AUDI AG Sound Design department to detect acoustically conspicuous engine sections.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
Irritating noises in a Q5 are analyzed on the Sound Design four-wheel roller dynamometer.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
Sound design today is no longer limited to just the avoidance of irritating noises. The vehicle sound has become an important emotional characteristic in the premium segment. Here: a Q5 on the four-wheel roller dynamometer.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
Dr. Ralf Kunkel, Head of Acoustics at AUDI AG, measures the rolling noise of a Q5 on the Sound Design dynamometer.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
Dr. Ralf Kunkel, Head of Acoustics at AUDI AG, measures the rolling noise of a Q5 on the Sound Design dynamometer.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
Audi is the first carmaker to recognize the potential of revolutionary LED lighting technology and to incorporate it into vehicle development. The LED matrix beam partially switches diodes off when there is oncoming traffic to avoid blinding other drivers. The road remains illuminated, however.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
Audi is the first carmaker to recognize the potential of revolutionary LED lighting technology and to incorporate it into vehicle development. The LED matrix beam partially switches diodes off when there is oncoming traffic to avoid blinding other drivers. The road remains illuminated, however.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
An innovative laser in the tail light is intended to keep traffic to the rear at a safe distance. The laser beam is only visible in the fog, causing the driver of the trailing vehicle to instinctively stay back.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
An innovative laser in the tail light is intended to keep traffic to the rear at a safe distance. The laser beam is only visible in the fog, causing the driver of the trailing vehicle to instinctively stay back.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
An innovative laser in the tail light is intended to keep traffic to the rear at a safe distance. The laser beam is only visible in the fog, causing the driver of the trailing vehicle to instinctively stay back.
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31.03.2011 | Photo
Vorsprung durch Technik: Innovation by Audi
An innovative laser in the tail light is intended to keep traffic to the rear at a safe distance. The laser beam is only visible in the fog, causing the driver of the trailing vehicle to instinctively stay back.
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