All Digital enterprise articles – Page 14

  • bmw.automotiveIT
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    BMW launches car data unit

    2017-05-31T13:33:54Z

    BMW CarData offers a portal for a range of new connected services (Photo: BMW) BMW has launched a new service designed to better manage the functions ”“ and business opportunities ”“ that are becoming available through car data. The service, which is called BMW CarData, allows customers to decide ...

  • AGL.automotiveIT
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    AGL platform to debut on 2018 Toyota Camry

    2017-05-31T09:23:24Z

    The 2018 Camry will be the first Toyota vehicle to have the Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) platform underpinning its next-generation infotainment system. AGL, an open source project hosted by the Linux Foundation, is developing a common platform for car infotainment systems and enhanced connectivity that functions as an industry standard. ...

  • siemens.automotiveIT
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    Siemens reorganizes group IT

    2017-05-28T15:43:59Z

    Siemens will consolidate storage facilities in Germany (Photo: Siemens) Siemens is reorganizing its IT operations as part of a series of measures aimed at boosting the group's efficiency. The Germany-based technology conglomerate said it is reviewing the geographical setup of its IT activities and digitizing its own processes. It ...

  • ford.automotiveIT
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    Jeff Lemmer to become Ford's chief operating officer, information technology

    2017-05-25T17:30:19Z

    (Photo: Ford Motor) Jeff Lemmer, currently director, IT operations, at Ford Motor, will become the carmaker's vice president and chief operating officer, information technology effective June 1. The appointment is part of a series of senior management changes that follow the dismissal of CEO Mark Fields earlier this week. ...

  • toyota.automotiveIT
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    Will fuel cells replace batteries in tomorrow's EVs?

    2017-05-25T14:29:02Z

    (Photo: Toyota, Illustration: Thomas Lutz) The problem with electric vehicles is well-known: They cost too much, don’t have enough range and are impractical because of a dearth of charging stations. Automakers, together with other new-mobility stakeholders, are working on this. But so far, EV sales growth has been slow ...

  • trendence.automotiveIT
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    Study: IT graduates want to work for premium car brands

    2017-05-25T14:05:04Z

    Google is the most interesting employer for German IT graduates (Photo: Google) BMW, Audi, Daimler and Porsche are the the car companies that IT graduates would most like to work for, according to a new survey. But the trendence Graduate Barometer 2017 found that Google tops all other companies ...

  • renault.automotiveIT
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    Renault plans to buy embedded software unit from Intel

    2017-05-25T12:20:25Z

    Renault and other carmakers need embedded software to develop autonomous vehicles (Photo: Renault) Renault plans to acquire a French R&D division from Intel, giving the French carmaker deeper expertise in key digital technologies. The R&D unit specializes in embedded software, which is important for the development of connected and ...

  • lotus.automotiveIT
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    China's Geely to acquire stakes in Lotus, Proton

    2017-05-24T11:30:02Z

    Lotus makes sports cars and racing cars (Photo: Lotus) Geely Automobile said its parent company, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, has agreed in principle to buy significant equity stakes in Malaysian carmaker Proton and Proton-owned British specialty race car company Lotus. In a filing with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, ...

  • ford.automotiveIT
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    Fields out, Hackett in as Ford CEO

    2017-05-22T14:07:55Z

    Mark Fields has led Ford for almost 3 years (Photo: Ford Motor) Ford Motor announced Monday that its CEO, Mark Fields, is being replaced, following a sharp decline in the carmaker's share price over the past two years. Fields, who took the helm at Ford in January 2014, will ...

  • GE.automotiveIT
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    Cyber security is money well spent

    2017-05-16T13:49:42Z

    (Illustration: GE) Cyber security costs money but it's worth it. That's the lesson learned from last week's massive ransomware attack, which caused major problems for authorities, hospitals. companies and private citizens across the globe. It's also a lesson the auto industry should take to heart. CIOs of automotive companies ...

  • iaa.automotiveIT
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    Frankfurt Auto Show

    2017-05-03T12:50:55Z

    (Photo: VDA) This year's Frankfurt Auto Show will kick off with two press days September 12 and 13 and will then continue through September 24. The show, officially known as the IAA, takes place every other year. The exhibition, the world's biggest car show, is held at the Frankfurt ...

  • electric.automotiveIT
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    US survey sees lack of EV buying interest

    2017-04-25T08:55:10Z

    Two out of three respondents wouldn't buy an EV, the survey found (Photo: Nissan) A US survey found that a majority of people remains hesitant to buy an electric car, despite the auto industry's commitment to building a growing range of electric vehicles in coming years. The poll, conducted ...

  • delphi.automotiveIT
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    Delphi invests in 2 Israeli tech companies

    2017-04-24T17:35:20Z

    Delphi is investing heavily in autonomous-driving technology (Photo: Delphi) Delphi is taking minority interests in two Israeli companies, as it moves to strengthen its connected-car related products and services. The US-based automotive supplier said it had signed a commercial partnership agreement with otonomo, a specialist in monetizing automotive data ...

  • gm.automotiveIT
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    GM beefs up self-driving tech startup unit

    2017-04-24T16:40:04Z

    GM acquired Cruise Automation in 2016 (Photo: GM) General Motors will invest 14 million dlrs and add more than 1,100 jobs to beef up its self-driving technology research in California. The Detroit-based automaker said the investment will go to the Cruise Automation startup it acquired in 2016. "Expanding our ...

  • zf.automotiveIT
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    "Partnerships with IT players are vital"

    2017-04-24T14:00:00Z

    One side of a digital win Source: Claus Dick ZF CDO Mamatha Chamarthi sees herself as “digital-transformer-in-chief”, working closely with CIO Juergen Sturm At ZF Friedrichshafen, digitization has a huge influence on the business. In an interview, Chief Digital Officer Mamatha Chamarthi describes the ...

  • bcg.automotiveIT
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    Study: US companies better at digitization than German counterpartsÂ

    2017-04-24T13:15:25Z

    Engineering companies are less digitally advanced than telecom, banking sectors (Photo: Fraunhofer Institute) US companies are digitizing their operations at a faster pace than their German competitors, according to a new study by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). In a poll of 700 executives in the US and Germany, ...

  • zf.automotiveIT
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    At ZF, a growing commitment to China

    2017-04-24T12:12:50Z

     ZF's Shanghai engineering center is getting more  laboratories, test benches and offices (Photo: ZF) ZF Friedrichshafen expects to double its workforce at a key engineering center in Songjiang, as the German automotive supplier prepares for continued strong demand from its Chinese customers. The Songjiang facility near Shanghai ...

  • vw.automotiveIT
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    VW enters AI partnership with China’s Mobvoi

    2017-04-13T13:42:11Z

    VW's 2017 concept car relies on artificial intelligence technologies (Photo: VW) Volkswagen Group is teaming up with China’s Mobvoi to develop and implement artificial intelligence (AI) technologies in the car. The German automotive group said the two companies will form a 50-50 joint venture to develop technologies for smart ...

  • bosch.automotiveIT
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    Bosch opens new auto-electronics plant in China

    2017-04-13T13:17:49Z

    The new plant will build components for automated driving (Photo: Bosch) Robert Bosch has opened a new electronic-components plant in Changzhou, China, solidifying its position in the world's largest car market. With another production site, "we are strengthening our successful localization strategy," Bosch Automotive Electronics President Klaus Meder said ...

  • nxp.automotiveIT
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    NXP to work with China on smart connected vehicles

    2017-04-13T13:04:13Z

    China is expected to be the world's biggest market for connected cars soon (Photo: Deutsche Telekom) NXP and China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) will jointly conduct research on secure car connectivity and infrastructure projects to make traffic smarter. The Dutch semiconductor group said it had signed ...