Automotive Electronics

GlobalmatiX Continuing Growth Course – Timm Burmeister New Managing Director Sales

Timm Burmeister GlobalmatiX GmbH

Due, among other things, to the great market success as well as the very good growth prospects in the car sharing and rental market, the Liechtenstein-based Group subsidiary GlobalmatiX AG has now founded a subsidiary in Germany, GlobalmatiX GmbH. The new sales company will be headed up by Timm Burmeister who has more than 18 years of experience in the field of shared mobility and rental with market leaders in the industry.

Invitation to the Softing Automotive Convention | May 24-25, 2022

Einladung zur virtuellen Softing Automotive Convention | 24.-25. Mai 2022

We are pleased to invite you to the next virtual "Softing Automotive Convention" on May 24 and 25, 2022. In our virtual showroom, you will have the opportunity to experience our software solutions and exhibits easily in your office or from home. In addition you can expect various live demos and presentations.

High-Voltage Test Adapters – The Solution for Safe Testing of HV Components

Special test adapters for safe testing of high-voltage components on the HiL tester

If high-voltage components or subsystems of electric and hybrid vehicles are to be tested, HV components must be constructed so that they are safe to touch and all queries to be measured or influenced must be fed to the test system galvanically isolated from the high voltage. Softing realizes special test adapters for HV control units, in other words for Battery Management Controllers (BMC) as well as for Cell Supervision Electronics (CSE).

Passive Cell Simulation for ECU Tests without Real Cells

Passive Cell Simulation by Softing

Passive cell simulations are used to avoid being permanently dependent on real batteries or very complex and expensive active cell simulations during the development of Cell Supervision Electronics (CSE). These simulate the complete cell stack in a balanced state of charge, the individual cell controllers detect suitably charged cells and thus a fully functional battery system.

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