Electrics generally refer to simple electrical circuits, which are interrupted or closed by means of switches or relays. However, in modern vehicles such simple electrics are no longer sufficient to control complex systems such as injection or air conditioning systems.
In the case of electronics, not only is current conducted, but rather signals are transmitted via the circuits. These signals are generated and processed by sensors or control units. Complex electronics ensure, among other things, that our engines are economical and environmentally friendly.
Since electronic systems are much more complex than vehicle electrics, their quality is all the more important. If an electronic component fails, a complete system is usually compromised. This is why Ferdinand Bilstein relies on stringent quality control in the field of electronics and sensors.