EBV presents technology guide for safety systems
EBV Elektronik has taken functional safety as the theme for the latest edition of its TQ magazine.
Called ‘The Quintessence of Functional Safety’ the magazine will not just be concerned with the safety of electric vehicles. It introduces customers to various safety-related systems in a wide range of industries and shows how they ensure that no hazard arises even in the event of a malfunction.
“Functional safety is an unwieldy term, yet in fact the aim behind it is very simple: no machine, installation or device must present a risk to people or the environment in the event of a fault occurring while it is in operation,” says Bernd Schlemmer, director communications.
“Awareness for this is increasing, driven mainly by the requirement to fulfill new regulations in specific markets like the automotive, medical, avionics, machinery, and railway industries, energy plants and even household appliances,” says Schlemmer.
Selected content from the latest issue of ‘The Quintessence’ include:
In conversation with Manuel Ostner: About lifestyle, e-bikes and safety
Ticket to ride: Guidance systems increase rail capacity
Nothing slips through the net: Systems for secure communication
Safely into the grid: Feeding in renewable electricity without risk
Panel of experts: Standards are not a panacea
‘The Quintessence of Functional Safety’ is available in German and English and can be ordered as a personal hard copy or an eco-friendly eBrochure at www.ebv.com/tq