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The leading specialist magazine for the automotive industry features new details about research and development. Our readers are technology-oriented managers. ATZ’s reports focus on the latest R&D findings concerning every possible aspect of passenger cars and commercial vehicle engineering. Our authors are automotive experts from the industry and science. Therefore, ATZ’s reports feature individual research projects and the series development of vehicles and their components.

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ATZ topics:

  • automated driving
  • car-to-X C2X
  • chassis technology
  • lighting technology
  • thermal management
  • HiL SiL MiL
  • RDE real driving emissions
  • and many more

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Current Issue

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Cover Story – Interior

Driving Simulator with VR Glasses for Evaluation of New Interior Concepts

Authors of the article: Volkswagen, Cruden, TU Berlin

Experience cars of tomorrow already today – this intention is the big challenge at the development of new interior concepts. Here, strategic and subjective decisions have to be made at times where real prototypes are still not available. Volkswagen developed a new dynamic driving simulator concept to evaluate variants of the passenger compartment in the early development phase. The characteristics are defined by the application of VR glasses, the so-called head mounted display, as well as the use of a flexible mock-up in combination with a motion system.

Cover Story – Interview

Interior concepts for autonomous driving

Han Hendriks and Tim Shih, YFAI Yanfeng Automotive Interiors

Authors of the article: Reichenbach

In the interview, the ATZ discusses the effects of automation level 5 on interior concepts such as the YFAI Experience in Motion 2020 (XiM20) project for autonomous ridesharing vehicles. Adapted to the future requirements and needs of passengers, the XiM20 offers a completely new travel experience.

Cover Story – Interior

Improved Comfort for the Future Vehicle Interior

Authors of the article: Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics

Autonomous and electric driving offer new opportunities for designing and arranging seats in the automotive interior. Only the complete elimination of unpleasant noise can keep passenger comfort consistently high, especially in cars with the quietest of propulsion drives. This can only be achieved through the right bearing design, which has to meet NVH specifications is important, as Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics explains in-depth here.

Development – Chassis

Predictive Chassis Concept for Passenger Cars

Authors of the article: ZF

The chassis has consistently played a key role in the future of the automobile. End customers want a dynamic driving experience without forgoing dependability. However, at the same time, automated functions increase demand for comfort, which car manufacturers and suppliers must in turn satisfy. Individual components can no longer satisfy these varied tasks alone. ZF therefore relies on the optimized combination of chassis systems.

Development – Body

Series Sensors for fiber-reinforced Bodies – Functional Lightweight Design and Damage Monitoring

Authors of the article: Bosch

Challenges for lightweight design with fiber-reinforced plastics are fast development times and high cost pressure. Furthermore, today’s sensor-based vehicle functions must also be implemented in future automobiles. As a solution approach, Bosch offers the direct integration of common automotive sensors such as acceleration sensors into fiber structures. This even enables a secondary function for damage monitoring.

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  • ATZ´s high quality content is created by close collaboration with leading universities, OEMs, suppliers and service providers in the industry, and is guaranteed by an scientific advisory council
  • 80 pages packed with information: – company news and the latest products – specialist articles from industry and research – guest comment – interview on the cover story
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Have a look at the most read articles of the last 12 months.

This is an exclusive opportunity to find out about the very latest trends in the global automotive industry free of charge. The editorial team has given you direct access to the five most popular articles and comment columns. Click on the magazine cover to open the PDF file.

Takata Interview: “Restraint Systems Must Become More Adaptive”

AVL Interview: “Cost-effective, low-emission cars that are fun to drive”

ZF TRW Interview “We soon found that we had a lot in common from a technical perspective”

Volvo Interview: „Developing our own software and IT expertise gives us an advantage“

120 years ATZ magazine – historical articles you might love.

We like to show you a couple articles from our 120 years atz celebration click on the magazine cover to open the PDF file.

From Carriage Building to High-performance Bodywork

The Long Road Leading to Streamlined Design

From Carbide Lamps to High-performance Headlights

The Long Goodbye to the Travel Blanket

Closing Statement

Read by over 50.000 managers across 50 countries

ATZworldwide is the English digital edition of ATZ, which has been published for over 120 years. It is the leading international technology magazine for decision-makers in automotive development. ATZwordwide offers engineers 360° information about the entire vehicle – be it chassis or body, lighting technology, air conditioning or thermal management.

 

It presents and analyzes trendsetting developments and always has its finger on the pulse of the times. ATZ worldwide has thus established itself as a must read for technology-oriented management and promotes the global transfer of information in the field of modern vehicle development between the automotive and supplier industries, service providers and research and development centers all over the world.

Michael Reichenbach
Deputy Editor in Chief

Michael Reichenbach – Deputy Editor in Chief

Scientific advisory board

The scientific advisory board of ATZworldwide is made up of industry experts who work for leading companies and research institutions. By sharing ideas on a regular basis with the editorial team, the board members help to maintain the high quality of the magazine’s content. The board provides the editorial team with first-hand information about the latest development trends and offers advice and constructive criticism.

 

Dipl.-Ing. Dirk Adamczyk
ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Dipl.-Ing. Dietmar Bichler
Bertrandt AG

Dr.-Ing. Joachim Damasky
VDA/FAT

Dr. Thomas Dieckmann
Wabco GmbH

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lutz Eckstein
RWTH Aachen

Dipl.-Ing. Frank F. Esser
Ford Werke GmbH

Dipl.-Ing. Klaus Fröhlich
BMW AG

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Uwe Dieter Grebe
AVL List GmbH

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Gutzmer
Schaeffler AG

Dr.-Ing. Markus Heyn
Robert Bosch GmbH

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Harald Keller
Edag Engineering GmbH

Matthias Kratzsch
IAV GmbH

Dipl.-Ing. Ralph Lauxmann
Continental Teves AG & Co. oHG

Dr.-Ing. Peter Mertens
Audi AG

Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Peter Pfeffer
Hochschule München

Dr.-Ing. Otmar Scharrer
Mahle International GmbH

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. (FH) Wolfgang Schwenk
Segula Technologies GmbH

Dr. Michael Steiner
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Jean-François Tarabbia
Valeo SA

Dr. Frederik Zohm
MAN Truck & Bus SE

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