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    Volkswagen reports successful simulation using quantum computing

    2018-06-11T17:39:00Z

    Image: Volkswagen Volkswagen has used a quantum computer to successfully simulate molecules such as lithium-hydrogen and carbon chains, and says that this is an important step in developing batteries for electric vehicles. It is now to move onto simulating more complex chemical compounds, with the aim of ...

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    Faurecia CIO: "In three to five years everyone will work in IT"

    2018-06-06T16:22:00Z

    Dr Rene Deis, chief information officer and digital transformation leader at Faurecia, explains how the fundamental role of IT and software development in the automotive industry is changing.

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    Tenneco, Schaeffler plan to make "dumb" components smart

    2018-05-29T18:13:00Z

    Executives from automotive tier suppliers at the automotiveIT International conference in Atlanta explain how, with the help of sensor technology, traditional mechanical car components can be equipped with new digital functionality.

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    VW CIO: Quantum computing being readied to address real issues

    2018-05-16T14:57:00Z

    Quantum computing could one day provide the huge boost in processing power that is needed to make future autonomous cars reliable, safe and secure. Volkswagen CIO Martin Hofmann says the technology is moving closer to commercialization.

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    Inside Silicon Valley: Ford innovation center in Palo Alto

    2018-05-16T09:13:00Z

    Dragos Muciuca, technical leader of Ford’s Research and Innovation Center in Palo Alto, talks about how the innovation office is expanding and influencing Ford’s R D globally.

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    Audi outlines latest digital development plan

    2018-05-15T11:52:18Z

    The back-end of IT platform is shared with other VW Group brands (Image: Audi) At its Annual General Meeting in Ingolstadt last week, Audi’s board of management outlined initiatives including the development of an integrated IT platform for connectivity and digital services, and a new digital product management unit ...

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    Volkswagen implements AR in digitized training programs, AI in business admin

    2018-05-15T07:49:58Z

    Future Training Forum, Wolfsburg, 2018 Image: Volkswagen Volkswagen has held its first Future Training Forum in Wolfsburg to discuss issues including the digitalization of its vocational training programmes and future learning environments. Conference participants included board members, human resources managers, training experts, Works Council members, young people’s representatives ...

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    Faurecia invests in PowerSphyr to enhance cockpit connectivity tech

    2018-05-14T13:03:00Z

    Source: Faurecia PowerSphyr’s wireless charging pad is compatible with different devices Faurecia has made an investment in Silicon Valley start-up PowerSphyr, a provider of wireless charging solutions that can be applied to many types of electronic devices as well as sensors and actuators. These will ...

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    Ford Motor appoints Jeff Lemmer CIO

    2018-05-10T17:16:11Z

    Jeff Lemmer, Ford's new CIO, will report to former CIO Marcy Klevorn (Photo: Ford) Ford Motor appointed Jeff Lemmer CIO, succeeding Marcy Klevorn, who assumed broader mobility responsibilities last year. Lemmer, who currently serves as vice president and chief operating officer of information technology, will take up his new ...

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    Blackberry cyber-security chief: “Internet-based hacks could affect a large number of cars”

    2018-05-10T12:33:00Z

    Alex Manea, BlackBerry’s chief security officer talks about connected car security vulnerabilities and how the automotive industry can better prepare.