W.E.T. Automotive Systems AG

 

Best in Class in Comfort Integration

Profile

Welcome to W.E.T. Automotive Systems.

W.E.T. Automotive Systems AG is an innovative system supplier for state-of-the-art passenger car comfort products for the automotive industry.

As an international market leader, we specialize in the research and development of seat climate technology, seat and steering wheel heaters, temperature controllers, cable technology, and automotive interior.

Products / Services

  • Seat heaters
  • Seat climate systems
  • Elektronics
  • Automotive harness technology
  • Automotive interieur
  • Steering wheel heaters
  • Trim engineering
  • Seat testing

Info

W.E.T. is the industry leader in the design, manufacture and testing of total comfort seat systems.
Although heated seats have been in the market for several years now, cooled ventilated seats are of a more recent development. W.E.T. has developed systems that will provide the consumer with an ultimate seat comfort level. Our systems provide active cooling, heating and dehumidification all in one.

Heated steering wheels are another innovation that has resulted from our ongoing research and development. Advantages of our heating elements include even distribution of heat and rapid warm-up.

In all W.E.T. comfort systems, our control modules are operating in order to monitor and regulate the temperatures according to the user’s preference and OEM specifications.

Innovation is our constant aim. By continually developing new products and processes, W.E.T is able to provide customized solutions for every installation and manufacturing demand.

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Infrared picture of Carbotex® with contoured electrodes
Infrared picture of Carbotex® with contoured electrodes
W.E.T. as system supplier
W.E.T. as system supplier
Contact
W.E.T. Automotive Systems AG
Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 12
85235 Odelzhausen
 
Kai Ursin
Business Development
+49 8134-933-404
+49 8134-933-209
 
Homepage:

www.wet-group.com

FP7 - seventh framework programme
European Union
The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme FP7 under grant agreement n° 285811.