Electronic vehicle architecture
ACTIA’s area of expertise for over 30 years has been focused on adapting complex systems and architectures to the challenging environment of commercial and industrial vehicles. This command of vehicle architecture (conventional or multiplexed architecture) guarantees an overall system approach to the design of vehicle functions and systems.
Our expertise is backed by in-depth knowledge of all communication standards, as ACTIA participates in numerous standardisation committees together with vehicle manufacturers and other equipment manufacturers.
The result is a comprehensive range of generic and dedicated ECUs, instrument modules, and display units that make it possible to build a modular, efficient and optimised architecture, adapted to the needs of each of our customers.
ACTIA develops architectures based on specifications and can also offer platforms that allow each customer to make changes to their vehicle architectures.
As with each of the modules designed and manufactured by ACTIA, electronic architectures for industrial and commercial vehicles meet the life cycle requirements for harsh environments. Another strength is the support we bring to our customers, starting from the design stages of the vehicle and throughout its life cycle. This is all due to our long-standing know-how in electronic diagnostics. Optimisation of the vehicle’s level of service, by taking its maintenance and its "repairability" into consideration in advance, is an essential asset for vehicle manufacturers and their customers.
In addition, ACTIA combines electronic vehicle architecture and telematics solutions to propose optimized fleet management solutions (ACTIA Fleet), that can be customized for interoperability with vehicle manufacturers’ and operators’ proprietary fleet management applications. Within the field of passenger transport, ACTIA's on-board electronics solutions also include infotainment, passenger information and CCTV solutions.
ACTIA’s expertise in electronic architecture can be split into three types of vehicles: Trucks, Buses and Coaches, and "Off-Highway" (Agriculture and Construction).