BRACE Automotive Development new ACE Partner

On Wednesday, December 7th, BRACE automotive development and ACE Mobility signed a partner agreement, whereby BRACE automotive development joins the selection of automotive companies that have connected with ACE.

ACE Mobility and BRACE automotive development will collaborate in the areas of education and research. With this partnership, BRACE automotive development is aiming their arrows at a substantive broadening of their network within the industry and education. In addition, they will focus on knowledge sharing towards companies and students in the field of Functional Safety.

BRACE automotive development

BRACE automotive development is an engineering firm that tailors its services to the heartbeat of its clients' projects. BRACE delivers practical and smart solutions. The scope of BRACE's commitment includes mechanical, mechatronics and software aspects in system management, development and integration in the automotive sector. They switch effortlessly between different service levels: from in-house knowledge products offered in the form of consultancy, such as Functional Safety, to resource staffing for customer teams.

As the automotive industry moves rapidly toward a future of autonomous vehicles and intelligent mobility systems, most innovations will take place in the vehicle's electrical and electronic system. This complex area leads to risks related to Functional Safety. BRACE automotive development has a specialized team of Functional Safety engineers who assist customers through Functional Safety Assessments and Gap Analyses to process and technology improvements. This dedicated team works to state-of-the-art industry standard ISO 26262 and certifications.


ACE Mobility is proud of its partners. Together they are a good reflection of the Dutch automotive industry. Together with automotive Universities of Applied Sciences, they form a powerful network that keeps the industry strong, agile and future-proof. Being a partner of ACE offers companies and organizations benefits in terms of branding of the company, internship and graduation assignments, workshops and other profiling opportunities to students and teachers of the automotive courses of the Universities of Applied Sciences (Fontys and HAN).

Caroline Willems (BRACE automotive development) and Saskia Lavoo (ACE Mobility)
(f.l.t.r.) Soukaina el Arfaoui, Norman Clifford Francis, Ruud Bogers, Jelle Claessens and Saskia Lavoo