Denso Automotive is a leading company in the Automotive branch. On December 7th, we will go by a bus to Denso Aachen Engineering Center located in Wegberg, Germany. This facility offers a variety of facilities to innovate, develop and test components used in the Automotive industry. These components range from powertrain components (think of diesel injectors, variable cam trimming or oxygen sensors) to electrification components like alternators, starter motors, inverters or power steering units.
During this trip, we will explore the Aachen Engineering Center and see how everything works there. Below you can read a little of its history.
In 2005, the Aachen Engineering Center (AEC) was opened in Wegberg, which is responsible for powertrain development, in particular diesel injection and exhaust aftertreatment. Since 2010, work has been carried out in Aachen on the development of hardware and software for electronic control units and components for electric and hybrid vehicles. The AEC was built with a clear objective and accordingly offers a wide range of facilities, such as transient engine test benches, chassis dynamometers for emission studies, test benches for examining common rail pumps and injectors as well as an extensive workshop area.
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