The Solar Team Twente, a team of students of the Saxion Poly Technical College and of the University of Twente (Enschede, The Netherlands) took part in this event. Together they constructed the 'Twente One' as they called their solar vehicle. With new regulations for the 2007 event, they went for a completely new and innovative design. Not only mechanically, but also electrically and electronically the Solar Team Twente uses the newest technology. The heart of the electronics featured an imc C-SERIES intelligent data logger.read more
In the area of in-field testing of agricultural equipment, imc has developed a stand-alone measurement solution with automatic remote monitoring. This significantly reduces the time required for development and product approval, provides higher quality data and reduces travel and personnel expenses.read more
Along with the power and fuel consumption, the acoustic signature of an automobile is a major issue in R&D. Thus, both innovative mechanical systems, and even moreimportantly, complex electronic components make today’s cars more powerful, safer and cleaner than any other time in history. More quiet internal combustion engines and ever more electronic and electromechanical components contribute to increased riding comfort.read more
“Fleets Go Green” is a project designed to analyze and evaluate the efficiency of electric vehicles in everyday use with a factory fleet as the test subjects. imc Meßsysteme GmbH is participating in this research project sponsored by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMU). The research results will form the basis for the decision to convert regular vehicle fleets to electric cars in the future.read more
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