We are looking for a student who wants to undertake an internship programme at the System and Software department.
Developing a portable End of Line (EoL) test device which can test the charge functions of the Terberg Electric vehicles. The EoL tester will be used to simulate a High Voltage charger and provide diagnostic information about the vehicle’s charger communication interface.
During the internship, you will determine the requirements, create a design for the EoL tester and will develop the design to a working product. The EoL tester and the Electric Vehicles will communicate using the DIN70121 or ISO15118 charge protocol. A core interface device for these communications protocols will be provided by Terberg. It is up to you to integrate this device in an EoL tester and develop an End of Line test sequence.
During your internship you can learn more about the following topics:
Preferably you are a bachelor of engineering student interested in Automotive or Embedded System Engineering.
Furthermore, you are:
Did you know that the Terberg Group already exists for more than 150 years and received the royal predicate in 2019? We are proud of that!
Please, let us know by sending an e-mail to email@example.com and also add your resume to this e-mail. If you need more information about the content of the assignment you can contact Niels Brouwer, System & Software Engineer, via our switchboard phone number: (0348) 45 92 11.
About the Terberg Special Vehicles division
Terberg Special Vehicles produces shunting vehicles for ports, distribution centres, heavy industry and shunting yards. Turnkey solutions optimise the availability of vehicles, improve efficiency and maximise the residual value. A range of services is offered directly and through an extensive global service network: spare parts, (preventive) maintenance, repairs, retrofits, Terberg Connect telematics and rental solutions. The division's electric yard tractors have now reached the third generation. In addition a hydrogen fuel cell tractor is under development. In the area of automation AutoTUG’s are under development with partners to be able to operate tractors remotely (teleoperation) or without driver (autonomous).