The software-defined vehicle can be a target for cyberattacks. This makes the subject of cybersecurity and regular over-the-air updates even more important.
The electronic engine control unit (ECU) is the central controller and heart of the engine management system.
The knock sensor identifies the high-frequency engine vibrations characteristic of knocking and transmits a signal to the ECU.
Flexible real-time access to actual vehicle data for connected functions
The torque sensor in the Servolectric® electric power steering system measures the torque the driver applies to the steering wheel.
The electronic immobilizer secures the vehicle against theft.
The heating control unit provides a perfect start in cold temperatures.
With the secure fleet management xtended access, the smartphone replaces the analog key. The digital vehicle access system can be integrated by manufacturers and retrofitted to fleet operators.
Bosch optimizes processes in the workshop with easy access to vehicle, repair, and service information as well as diagnostic tools and service offerings.
The DC/DC converters are used to provide a stable network voltage during cranking to selected electronic components.