Electric power steering (EPS) systems are designed to assist the driver in steering the vehicle. EPS systems use an electric motor to provide steering assistance, which is controlled by an electronic control unit (ECU). The ECU receives input from various sensors, such as the steering angle sensor and the vehicle speed sensor, to determine the amount of assistance required. There are different types of EPS systems, such as C-EPS (Column-Electric Power Steering), DP-EPS (Dual Pinion-Electric Power Steering), and R-EPS (Rack-Electric Power Steering). DP-EPS systems use an electric motor and ball nut reduction system to provide steering assistance, while C-EPS systems use a motor mounted on the steering column. The role of the ECU is to ensure that the steering assistance is provided smoothly and accurately, while also ensuring that the system is reliable and safe. SUMER provides technical and engineering services to car factories and their tier-1 suppliers for the development and supply of Electric Power Steering (EPS) systems. SUMER is also capable of supplying the product directly to car manufacturers.