The gateway module interfaces with the BraunAbility Wheelchair Ramp Control Module and FCA’s minivan communication bus, according to a media release from Auburn Hills, Mich-based FEV North America Inc.
FEV was responsible for both software and mechanical design and development, as well as electrical design and development, including EMC and environmental testing. FEV also oversaw and managed suppliers and the contract manufacturer to fulfill the program, per the release.
“At FEV, we place a very heavy emphasis on ensuring customer satisfaction in every project we conduct. In the case of this project for BraunAbility, that meant delivery of robust, high-quality, wheel chair ramp gateway modules that met their production schedule,” says Stephan Tarnutzer, FEV’s North American vice president of Electronics, in the release.
“We promise our customers world-class quality and reliability when they purchase our products,” says Jim Probst, director of Product Portfolio Management at BraunAbility, in the release. “The FEV components we incorporate in our vehicles allow us to keep that promise. FEV has proven to be an exceptional partner focused on quality and customer service.”
[Source(s: FEV North America Inc, PR Newswire]