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  • audi.automotiveIT
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    Audi CIO: "A bit faster is always a bit better"

    2017-09-16T13:12:00Z

    Matthias Ulbrich has overseen an increase in agile working methods and a growth of the IT staff at Audi as the carmaker undertakes a growing number of digital projects.

  • APPLE.automotiveIT
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    Financial Times: Apple interested in McLaren

    2016-09-22T14:15:34Z

    McLaren builds race cars and runs a Formula One team (Phto: McLaren) Apple is interested in buying McLaren or making a strategic investment in the British race car specialist, according to a report in the Financial Times. The newspaper, citing three people briefed on the negotiations, said Apple is ...

  • jeep cherokee 2014.automotiveIT
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    Fiat Chrysler acts on hacking report, recalls 1.4 million cars

    2015-07-26T18:35:53Z

    The 2014 Jeep Cherokee is among the vehicles getting a software update (Photo: Jeep) Fiat Chrysler (FCA) recalled 1.4 million vehicles in the US following a report on the wired.com web site that two hackers had successfully manipulated the in-car systems of a Jeep Cherokee. FCA said the voluntary ...

  • tokyo.automotiveIT
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    Tokyo auto show

    2015-06-05T09:46:56Z

    (Photo: Tokyo Motor Show) This year's Tokyo Motor Show will, once again, feature a special exhibition of technologies aimed at urban mobility. The show will take place October 28 through Nov. 9 at the Tokyo Big Sight convention center. The show will see a return of Fiat-Chrysler group brands ...

  • automotive strategy book.automotiveIT
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    automotiveIT publishes book about car industry's future

    2014-12-21T18:30:15Z

    MUNICH ”“ Germany's Media-Manufaktur has published a book that provides an in-depth look at how the world's biggest car companies are preparing for an era of new mobility. The German business publisher, parent company of automotiveIT and automotiveIT international, said the new 88-page ”“ English-language ”“ book is titled “ ...

  • license management hell.automotiveIT
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    Licensing hell: Companies struggle to take control

    2011-11-16T12:15:48Z

    When it comes to software licensing, companies are struggling to come to grips with what are often high and unnecessary expenses. Experts say it’s actually possible for an IT department to get licensing costs under control. But the issue has to be tackled decisively and courageously. Daimler is one of ...

  • Siegfried Russwurm.automotiveIT
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    Siemens wants to expand in industrial software

    2011-04-06T18:05:10Z

    CEO Russwurm wants to grow his market share Siemens said it wants to expand its industrial software business and hopes a reorganization will help it do so. "Software for industrial processes, in-depth vertical expertise and technology based service are crucial to increasing our customers' productivity," said Siegfried Russwurm, CEO of ...

  • autonavi
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    In Chinese expansion, AutoNavi acquires PDAger

    2011-04-04T11:49:55Z

    China's AutoNavi said it has agreed to acquire PDAger Mobility, a location-based service provider in China and a major partner in China Telecom's mobile navigation business. The Chinese provider of digital maps and location-based solutions said it will buy the 80 pc of PDAger it doesn't already own for 8.3 ...