Automotive production networks have become far more connected but also more exposed to problems with IT and OT network security and compatibility. Nick Boughton, digital lead at Boulting Technology, explains how manufacturers should be more aware and prepared
Markus Ehrle, senior vice president enterprise business at Salesforce Germany, speaks to automotiveIT International about the Audi e-tron project, digitalization in the manufacturing industry and the role of the software company in improving customer service.
ZF plans to acquire Simi Reality Motion Systems, a southern German software developer specialized in image-based 3D systems that record and analyze human movement.
A new poll reveals that executives see AI as a major challenge and opportunity
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will use Harman and Google technology to offer owners of its cars an expanded range of connected services.
Ford Motor has signed a multi-year global agreement with Amazon Web Services to further develop its offering of cloud connectivity services and connected-car applications.
Truck makers are embracing connectivity, data and digital tools to improve logistics and fleet efficiency.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance has launched a Microsoft Azure-based cloud platform for connected services.
AWS vice president Dirk Didascalou talks about could opportunities across the automotive supply chain.
BMW and Microsoft launched a technology platform designed to improve manufacturing efficiency, break down traditional barriers between proprietary systems and foster increased cooperation with other industry partners.
Volkswagen is partnering with Amazon Web Services for its manufacturing and supply chain cloud, after choosing Microsoft for mobility. Why does it need two clouds with different providers?
Volkswagen Group will rely on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to automate manufacturing and logistics processes across its network of 122 plants and more than 30,000 facilities that make up the group’s global supply chain.
Carmakers and security experts should work more closely together to develop common IT standards and protect connected cars from hacker attacks, a senior T-Systems executive told the automotiveIT Congress in Berlin.
Fujitsu CTO for EMEA, Joseph Reger, thinks digital annealing will help companies imitate quantum computing speed across operations
A mere 14% of German IT bosses say their companies have adopted agile working methods, according to a new study.
Continental and Hewlett Packard Enterprise have developed a vehicle data sharing platform that will enable new digital services in the areas of driver safety and convenience.
Pat Shelly is senior solutions architect at Qt Company, a Finnish UX developer whose clients include Mercedes-Benz and Peugeot. Paul Fisher spoke to him about developments in automotive information systems, and the impact of autonomous vehicles.
Groupe Renault’s vice-president for sales forecast and distribution, Florian Huettl, Groupe Renault, wants as little gap as possible between potential in terms of sales and the available production, and doing this in the most cost-efficient way. In an interview with Victoria Johns he explains how advanced IT can minimise the ...
Hyundai’s commercial finance arm is trialling IBM blockchain to speed up and secure truck financing deals.
Around the world, technology decision-makers at automotive OEMs and their suppliers are wrestling with some difficult decisions. How can they digitalise their supply chains in order to compete more effectively in the industry today, while at the same time preparing those supply chains for major disruption down the road?