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RELEASE: Winter tests demonstrate BWI Group's cutting-edge technology

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RELEASE: Winter tests demonstrate BWI Group's cutting-edge technology

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BEIJING, March 11, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- BWI Group carried out extreme cold dynamic tests to verify the quality and performance of the range of products installed in new general-purpose automobile models in Europe, North America and Asia , while the revolutionary dynamic test of its electromechanical braking technology concluded on March 8.

As a leading global Tier 1 supplier, BWI Group insists on carrying out winter tests on three continents, which not only demonstrates the performance and working condition of the Group's intelligent chassis products in real snow and cold conditions, but also reflects BWI Group's strictest global R&D standards.

George Chang, member of the Board of Directors and global CEO of BWI Group, explained: "Our products are sold around the world along with vehicle products for more than 50 customers around the world. As a result, BWI Group must comply with certain "Increasingly rigorous international technical standards throughout the entire process from R D to production. For example, we firmly maintain annual extreme cold testing in China, the United States and Europe to meet the requirements of international standards."

Since the global chassis market is plagued by various regulations and technical regulations in areas such as safety, environmental protection, noise and electromagnetic compatibility, the smart chassis company works every winter in world-class vehicle test centers. world in Swedish Lapland, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (United States) and the Chinese province of Heilongjiang, in the far north of the country, to test the latest smart brakes and suspensions on the latest models from world-renowned car brands.

Building on customer-centric culture and values, the top-tier international premium supplier's winter testing in three regions is designed to focus on real-world ice, snow and cold conditions to develop robust products that meet strict standards and the differentiated needs of the three main automotive markets, approaching customers in Europe, the United States and China.

This year, the company's offering at the global winter tests includes the iDBC1 (1-Box) integrated brake control system, electric parking brake, electric stability control, 4th generation MagneRide suspension and the semi-active roll control.

It is worth mentioning that the company's industry-leading controlled braking technology, the Full Dry Electromechanical Brake, is now undergoing extreme cold dynamic testing on a high-end SUV in Arjeplog, Sweden, to demonstrate its performance and quality. global.

The fully dry EMB is a plug and play all-electric product that fully meets the needs of intelligent braking system to power high-level autonomous driving, and quietly completed its first winter test in February 2023 in China's Heilongjiang province.

Ambitious future goal

Looking ahead to the future of smart and electric cars, BWI Group has actively developed the technology and expanded the production of smart chassis products with the efforts of more than 900 R&D team members around the world.

BWI Group's electronic braking and active suspension products facilitate autonomous driving from Level 2 to Level 4 Plus and increase the market share of smart products in global sales.

BWI Group's brake-by-wire products were recently introduced to the European market in a large deal with a well-known European automotive group, and also returned to the mainstream market in North America with a high-volume application last year.

The company began supplying iDBC2 (2-Box) and iDBC1 smart-by-wire braking systems in the second half of 2023. An iDBC1 production line recently completed construction in China's Jiangsu province.

George Chang explained: "Our intelligent chassis products, including brake-by-wire and active suspension systems, are rapidly gaining global markets, and their order value is 1.7 times that of our foundation brakes and passive shock absorbers from last year".

Thanks to technological advancements, business development and production, the company's total order value soared by almost 300% year-on-year in 2023.

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