The speed sensor detects the rotational speed of exhaust-gas turbochargers.
Via the crankshaft speed sensor the engine management system measures the speed, position and rotational direction of the crankshaft.
Active wheel-speed sensors detect the rotational wheel speed of vehicles using a non-contacting measurement principle.
Engine management systems are the core of efficient technology which allows two-wheelers and powersports vehicles to fulfill new emission regulations.
The sensors provide all the necessary information for the engine management and transmission control.
The motorcycle stability control provides assistance by continuously monitoring a comprehensive set of key vehicle data to detect critical situations.
It is expected that the number of vehicles with compressed natural gas (CNG) powertrain systems will continue to rise in the years to come.
The gasoline port fuel injection is the most popular drive system for gasoline engines worldwide.
Flex fuel vehicles provide an independent, powerful and environmentally friendly mobility.
The proportion of vehicles with gasoline direct injection is set to increase further in future.