As the inventor of customized wiring harnesses, DRÄXLMAIER today stands for trend-setting technologies and products in conventional and alternative drive systems. The DRÄXLMAIER Group applied for 190 patents in 2016 alone. With innovative, customer-focused solutions, we play an active part in shaping the future of mobility as an independent partner to the automotive industry.
Preliminary development discerns the needs of the market, and develops innovative concepts. The preliminary development areas develop innovative solutions for the automotive future in the electrical, electronics, storage systems, components and interior areas. We use synergies from interdisciplinary cooperation between individual specialized areas to develop concepts that are unique in the market.
Even in the early development phases, customer feedback is evaluated and included in the concept. Using clear search strategies, we are able to recognize trends at an early stage, create prototypes, and present them to our customers.
From the concept to the finished product: Series development works very closely with all the areas of the company and transfers the concepts to production. In our series development, specific products that are tailored to meet customers' requirements are created from the knowledge, skills, processes and prototypes obtained in advance development. They are then further developed, tested, assessed and validated for function, geometry and system.
DRÄXLMAIER provides support for each vehicle project, from the very first idea, right up to series supply. This is a philosophy that requires perfect control of the entire process chain – ideas that were born as concepts become tangible in prototype construction before taking shape in the most modern simulations.
In order to assure a 100 percent product function and reliability, quality is the main focus of our attention at DRÄXLMAIER as early as the development phase. During the entire product origination process, we continuously conduct tests and validations, based on the constantly increasing number of functions and the ever shortening validation cycles.