The Hbubble station is now fully operational on ZF line. It represents the joint effort of ZF and ITAINNOVA and will help in the determination of the output pressure, one of the main parameters of brake boosters systems.
With only six months to go before the end of the project, month 36 consortium meeting at ZF factory in Gliwice represented an important moment for STREAM-0D partners to share progress of each of the Work Packages.
STREAM-0D consortium of partners will meet in Gliwice, Poland, next 1-2 October. This will be the last meeting before the one with the EC officer in March 2020.
As STREAM-0D project progresses, the work group will meet again to assess the advancements in each of the work packages. This time, set of the meeting will be Gliwice, Poland, where ZF factory is located.
CETRI, that in STREAM-0D is in charge of data fusion, data sparsification and data-driven models, works closely with end-users to reduce the variability in the context of product performance so to better meet the requirements for suppliers.
Car braking systems represent essential safety features for drivers, therefore they are subject to continuous optimization. ZF, which is one of the three end-users of the STREAM-0D project, implements ROMs and AI in its lines to keep braking actuation units features under control.