Before the start of vehicle development itself, Autoneum carries out a global NVH benchmarking (noise, vibration, harshness) in which the market requirements and current industry standards are analyzed. This procedure enables the customer to be supported at an early stage in the positioning and performance assessment of a new vehicle in the market. Together with the customer the specific requirements concerning the individual materials and vehicle components are defined to put together an individually tailored sound package after the NVH benchmarking.
With the rise of electric mobility, numerous new requirements are emerging for NVH development. For example, in the absence of engine noise in electric vehicles, more attention is drawn to sound sources that are new or were previously drowned out, such as fans and pumps or electronic drive components.
Autoneum regularly carries out detailed vehicle and component studies for new electric vehicles in cooperation with the benchmarking platform A2Mac1. To learn more about it, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.