COMPREDICT

compredict.ai/

Our AI-based virtual sensors and monitoring platform provide new information of vehicle usage and behavior without additional hardware, for cars, busses, trucks and trains.

About us

Our virtual sensors can measure the behavior of vehicle components, e.g. brakes, tires, engine, transmission or batteries, in real life - without additional hardware. Virtual sensors consist of software algorithms.

The algorithms use signals which are already available on board the vehicles. They calculate new information which are very difficult or impossible to measure directly. Examples are vehicle mass, forces, torques and temperatures, tire wear and brake wear.

This new information is used for predictive maintenance, for fleet optimization and for product development. Our solution is already deployed on over 10,000 vehicles with 2 up to 18 wheels and even trains.

We work together with major European and Japanese car manufacturers. We are in discussion with telematics companies worldwide about integrating our algorithms into their fleet management software.

Address
COMPREDICT
Rheinstr. 40–42
64283 Darmstadt
Germany

Phone: +49 6151 3844614
Internet: compredict.ai/

Contact person

Rafael Fietzek
Co-Founder & Managing Director
Phone: +49 179 7500976
Stéphane Foulard
Co-Founder & Managing Director
Phone: +49 1764 5912791

Products and services

  • Online vehicle mass calculation

  • Brake wear (brake disks and brake pads)

  • Detection of brake anomaly

  • Tire wear calculation

  • Battery condition monitoring

  • Fatigue damage calculation and prediction
Virtual Sensors based on CAN bus signals

Virtual sensors are software-based. Via machine learning algorithms, they calculate a precise estimation of the targetted physical quantity out of other already available signals. In other words, virtual sensors are the result of data extraction and sensor fusion.

Further reading

Vehicle mass measurement

Measure the precise vehicle mass during each trip after just 5 min driving.

Further reading

Wheel force measurement

Measure wheel forces and torques with virtual sensors.

Further reading

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