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Transmission systems put to the test

Hannes Hick and Harald Kainz Graz University of Technology and AVL CEO Helmut List (middle) © Lunghammer - Graz University of Technology

The “AVL-TU Graz Transmission Center” offers highly advanced test beds on an area of 750 square meters and thus the optimal infrastructure for researching all types of transmission systems, from hybrid drive systems to drive shafts for electric powered vehicles. The two partners, AVL List and the Graz University of Technology, carry out fundamental research in the field of drive systems, with a clear focus on the electrification of these transmission systems.  

Helmut List, CEO of AVL, explains the intention of his company. “It is a long path from the development of sophisticated system solutions to industrial implementation. We are moving down this path focusing on the electrification of transmission systems in a close collaboration with the Graz University of Technology.

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