Brose presents intelligent systems for two and four wheels
The manner we move from A to B will dramatically change within the next few years as a result of electric mobility, autonomous driving, connected and shared mobility on the way to sustainable mobility. The means of transportation should be comfortable, safe, environmentally friendly, and ideally be individually and flexibly usable.
Brose at the IAA MOBILITY
The automotive supplier Brose combines mechatronic components with self-developed software and sensor technology to develop intelligent systems for two- and four-wheeled vehicles. At IAA MOBILITY, Brose will present a near-series vehicle with such functions at booth LS400 in the IAA Open Space. The car on show will recognize its driver, greet him with projections in the side windows and open the side door automatically, controlled by gestures. In addition, Brose plans to present a variable interior concept in which the electronically controlled seats, screens and storage compartments can be moved into coordinated positions and the air flow of the air-conditioning system can be adjusted. At IAA MOBILITY, Brose will also be making e-bikes and e-scooters with Brose drives available to test for the first time in Europe. The e-bikes can be tested on two test tracks in the English Garden, while their e-scooters can be tested on predefined routes through the city center.
Brose produces motors for the world's largest two-wheeler manufacturer since 2022
Brose, the fourth-largest family-owned automotive supplier in its core business, which supplies around 80 manufacturer brands and more than 40 suppliers with mechatronic systems and electric drives for numerous automotive applications, has been developing motors, control units and power electronics for two-wheelers for the Indian manufacturer Hero, one of the world's largest two-wheeler manufacturers, since 2022. Brose also produces drives for mountain bikes and cargo bikes.