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BWI Group Named a 2021 Automotive News PACE Awards Finalist
April 20, 2021

Semi-Active Roll Control (SARC) System provides increased suspension articulation for off-roading Automotive News has selected BWI Group’s Semi-Active Roll Control System (SARC) as a 2021 PACE Awards Finalist.  Selected from among a tremendously competitive group of high-caliber applications, BWI Group’s Semi-Active Roll Control System stands out as the only suspension technology in the international field of…

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BWI Group’s portfolio enhanced with semi-active roll control
December 18, 2020

BWI Group has further developed the active roll-control system by combining a second generation rotary actuator with a unique hydraulic system, allowing the stabiliser bar to be connected for on-road use, or disconnected for off-road use. For the first time we speak about this in the latest Vehicle Dynamics International:

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BWI Group’s Digital Factory – PaperLess 1.0
November 23, 2020

At BWI Group, we are developing modern technologies in the field of Industry 4.0 solutions by improving existing processes and transferring them to the digital world. The multidisciplinary expert teams at our technical centres have undertaken several initiatives to increase production efficiency and reduce operating costs of our manufacturing facilities. PaperLess 1.0 One example of…

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Now in Chinese hands, MagneRide is riding high

December 11, 2017

A group of Chinese investors’ ears perked up when Delphi Automotive declared bankruptcy in 2005. Buried somewhere in Delphi’s brake and suspension unit was a jewel…

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Where next for the damper technology?

November 22, 2017

Alan Lee, Chief Technology Officer, BWI Group asks whether cost-effective switchable suspension could finally break into the volume market Consumers are increasingly looking for driver-selectable modes,…

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BWI Group launches new adaptive engine mount technology

September 12, 2017

The Mercedes-AMG E 63 S adopts second-generation system to combine control and refinement   The 2017 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S uses second-generation Magneto Rheological (MR) Powertrain…

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