As an established system provider, MOBIL ELEKTRONIK has been a leader in the development and manufacture of electronic steering systems for a wide range of vehicle types and industries for more than five decades - with our steer-by-wire, brake-by-wire and control-by-wire solutions, we have been able to impress our customers across all industries time and time again. We also have extensive expertise in the provision of automation solutions for special vehicles.
We offer a wide range of system solutions for steering applications in almost all vehicle types - always tailored to your requirements. Our diverse portfolio offers customized system configurations for every type of vehicle application - from fail-safe systems to multi-redundant fail-operational systems. Our customers around the world rely on our experience, which enables us to set new standards and actively shape the future of mobility.
M-SYS MOBIL SYSTEMS GMBH and Klugesherz GmbH have been reliable subsidiary companies of ME MOBIL ELEKTRONIK GMBH for many years. We work closely together and have since implemented numerous new innovations and comprehensive system solutions. These long-standing partnerships form the foundation for continued success and joint growth.
Back in 1972, MOBIL ELEKTRONIK took on a pioneering role in system technology for mobile automation with the first steer-by-wire applications for heavy commercial vehicles. What began as a small engineering office has developed into an internationally active company with over 130 dedicated employees. Today, our comprehensive system solutions are used and appreciated in all areas of commercial and special vehicle construction. As a proud, family-run company, we attach particular importance to long-term customer relationships and sustainable corporate development.
First prototype of a fail-operational system - Steer-by-Wire for the front axle of an autonomous commercial vehicle
DTS – Dynamic Trailer Steering in the agricultural sector
First steering system according to ASIL D
Introduction of the ISO 26262-compliant development process
Widespread introduction of Steer-by-Wire in port vehicles
The world's first mobile crane with electronic auxiliary steering system
Safety steering computer according to DIN 19250, requirement class 4
Introduction of fail-safe control technology for the automation of a waste collection vehicle
The world's first electronic auxiliary steering system for leading axles with road traffic approval
First electronic multi-axis steering system with proportional valve technology worldwide
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