TTControl end-of year review 2020

Never losing connection

2020 has been a dynamic year for the Off-Highway market. The global pandemic has tested our connections to each other and often forced us to keep a safe distance. Still, at TTControl as Joint Venture by HYDAC and TTTech Group we have found a way of handling the current situation that works well for our business, our company and our employees.

Despite all challenges, we are facing the future with confidence. See our progress in numbers as part of the TTTech Group in this video:

A gift to the future

Just as bio-technology will hopefully end the COVID 19 pandemic soon, so will information technology continue to make the off-highway world better. Unfortunately, not everyone with passion and talent in this area has access to the right education.

This is why, we were replacing physical gifts to support sustainable progress. In case you haven’t received our gift to the future yet, find it here.

In 2020 TTControl customers have benefited from state-of-the art technology and safety

TTControl announced the global product launch of Vision 3. This latest display generation by TTControl is designed to be in the center of complex vehicle system architectures due to the extensive electronic possibilities it offers. Since the first presentation of Vision 3 in 2019, multiple feedback from prototype users had been collected. The result is the launched mature, state-of-the-art display tailored for the high requirements of a global customer base in the off-highway industry.

Australian-based haulage truck company Loadpro shows what a display must be able to achieve even in the harshest of environments on the example of the eVision² 10.4 display.

TTControl’s controller family certification for road use under ISO 26262:2018 allows the validation on component level. This can help to clearly reduce development costs as stated by TTControl Managing Director Manfred Prammer in a guest commentary at ATZelectronics worldwide. Furthermore, the certification allows the use of the TTC 500 electronic controllers in road vehicle electrical and electronic (E/E) systems for the first time.

Rosenbauer, a world-leading firetruck manufacturer, directly benefits from the now safety certified electronic controllers.  Two TTC 580 safety controllers ensure functional safety also in critical situations of the Rosenbauer RT (abbreviation for ‘Revolutionary Technology’), the first hybrid electrified fire fighting vehicle.

With IntellIoT, the European Commission has embarked on an €8 million project, which will execute semi-autonomous IoT applications for AI-enabled systems. TTControl is leading the agriculture use case of that part of the project, that is focusing on semi-autonomous behavior of farming vehicles and the tactile human-machine interaction.