Autonomous Control Systems for Mobile Machinery
From the car to the fully automated harvester, the CAN bus is the predominant communication technology in the mobile sector. Today, the increasing degree of automation requires more and more bandwidth.
In 2001, TTControl, a joint venture of HYDAC International and TTTech, began designing and manufacturing control units that boast the highest reliability, efficiency and flexibility. Today, the company is a leading full-service supplier of control systems and HMIs for mobile machines with locations in Vienna, Austria and Brixen, Italy.
Check out our latest Case Study on the development of a standardized control platform for PRINOTH snow groomers, complying with safety and quality standards.
Check out the interesting article by TTControl in the latest CAN Newsletter, discussing modular system architectures regarding ECUs for mobile machinery.
TTControl has completed the safety certification of its newly launched CANopen Safety I/O modules. Two variants of the HY-TTC 30X family – HY-TTC 30XSH and HY-TTC 30XSI – have been assessed and certified in accordance to EN ISO 13849-1:2008 (Performance Level c) by TÜV NORD.
TTControl has been selected by IMER Access as electronic supplier for their next generation of self-propelled crawler aerial working platforms. The IM R13, IM R15 as well as IM R19 platforms of IMER will be equipped with EN ISO 13849 PL d certified electronic control units by TTControl.
TTControl has been selected by Tesmec to develop the control and monitoring system for a new generation of their railway catenary installation equipment.
As the official partner of Rosa Khutor, the ski area hosting the Downhill, Super-Combined, Giant Slalom, Slalom, and Freestyle and Snowboard races, all Olympic runs for the alpine competitions 2014 will be prepared by PRINOTH snow groomers.
TTControl's new powerful HY-TTC 500 controller family is designed to satisfy upcoming needs for a wide range of high-end applications like construction and agricultural machines.
TTControl and other market leaders from the off-highway and special vehicle industries have joined forces in the Steer-by-Wire Working Group of the TTA-Group consortium, a cross-industry community for technical and market development of safety-related architectures and time-triggered networks.