Focusing on user-relevant driving areas to achieve superior customer satisfaction

Mickael Berdin, Project Manager AVL-DRIVE, AVL

Martin Arntz, Project Manager AVL-DRIVE Engineer AVL-DRIVE, AVL

Andreas Ramsauer, Development Owner AVL-DRIVE Handling, AVL

In this free, 60-minute webinar, AVL’s Mickael Berdin, Martin Arntz, and Andreas Ramsauer present a tool that enables objective driveability assessment and development to help achieve optimum customer satisfaction.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Scripted data processing and analysis views help to identify the root causes of issues
  • Closing the gap between multi-faceted subjective perception and its automated mathematical description using machine learning methods
  • Designing analysis calculations and visualizations to fit specific needs
  • Integrating results into the AVL-DRIVE 5 data structure
  • Identifying characteristics for individual shift types (e.g. dynamic Power-On-Upshift)
  • Assessing shift characteristics across the operating range