COMPREDICT’s software predicts failures, enables lightweight design and accelerates the development process for automotive components.
No additional sensors needed!
Compredict’s software simplifies the development process of car manufacturers and supplier engineers by providing load data of all relevant car components.
Real-time load monitoring of automotive components recognizes over- and under-design and risks of failures and as a result allows car manufacturers and suppliers to build more reliable cars. Our solution covers all relevant mechanic and electronic automotive components.
Car components can be optimally dimensioned according to the calculated usage profiles. They can be made more robust if needed or lighter. And lightweight components reduce costs and fuel consumption: For instance we could show that the weight of a vehicle transmission could be reduced by 15%.
Our COMPREDICT software suite enables lifetime prediction and predictive maintenance, meaning additional services for your end-customers.
We are an innovative German start-up founded in 2016 in Darmstadt by experienced automotive engineers, specialized in component and driver analytics.
We’re working with international automotive manufacturers and suppliers and won prizes, like the Open Innovation Award 2016 from MAGNA or the main prize and the special prize for Big Data at the “Gründerwettbewerb – Digitale Innovationen” 2017 from BMWi.
Rafael has a Diploma in industrial engineering from the University of Erlangen and a PhD in mechatronics from the Institute of Mechatronic Systems in Mechanical Engineering of the Technical University of Darmstadt.
Research and Development
Stéphane has a Diploma in general engineering from the Ecole Centrale de Lyon in France, a master in mechanical and process engineering and a PhD in mechatronics from the Institute of Mechatronic Systems in Mechanical Engineering of the Technical University of Darmstadt.
Stephan is head of the Institute of Mechatronic Systems in Mechanical Engineering of the Technical University of Darmstadt since 2009. He was previously vice-president R&D and member of the executive board of GETRAG (Magna Group).