r&d

  • vw.automotiveIT
    Feature

    Volkswagen R&D chief: "We are reworking our entire development process"

    2017-09-06T10:01:00Z

    Ulrich Eichhorn heads up Volkswagen Group’s R D operations, and discusses impacts for vehicle development from artificial intelligence and electrification, and explanins how digital tools and data are changing engineering processes.

  • daimler kaellenius.automotiveIT
    Article

    Kaellenius to succeed Weber as head of Daimler R&D

    2016-02-16T16:25:51Z

    Kaellenius will take over as head of Daimler R&D at year-end 2016 (Photo: Daimler) Mercedes-Benz sales boss Ola Kaellenius will succeed Thomas Weber as head of R&D at the Daimler Group, the German premium car company said Tuesday. Weber, 61, will leave Daimler when his contract expires December 31. ...

  • Nissan.automotiveIT
    Article

    Siemens, HP provide vehicle design infrastructure to Nissan

    2015-12-23T09:01:23Z

    Nissan wants to speed up global growth (Photo: Nissan) Siemens and Hewlett Packard have built a new vehicle design infrastructure that provides Nissan's global R&D centers with improved access to the latest vehicle development data. The two technology companies said the infrastructure, which uses a virtual desktop for engineering, ...

  • vw.automotiveIT
    Article

    VW's Winterkorn welcomes Apple's, Google's interest in car industry

    2015-03-03T11:06:18Z

    Winterkorn, seen here testing a new manufacturing tool, is an engineer by training (Photo: VW) Volkswagen Group CEO Martin Winterkorn said plans by consumer electronics companies to get more actively involved in the car industry may have a positive effect on car sales to a younger generation of consumers. ...

  • faurecia.automotiveIT
    Article

    Faurecia, Dortmund University start metals research

    2013-06-12T16:10:25Z

    Faurecia is a large maker of automotive seating systems (Photo: Faurecia) Faurecia, one of the world's largest automotive suppliers, and the Technical University of Dortmund have opened a joint research center for metals processing. ReCIMP (Research Center for Industrial Metal Processing) will develop new manufacturing technologies as well as ...

  • daimler bangalore.automotiveIT
    Article

    Newsletter: Daimler and others flock to India for r&d

    2013-05-08T13:19:43Z

    Daimler's r&d center in Bangalore is the biggest of its kind outside Germany (Photo: Daimler) BANGALORE ”“ Companies in mature markets are increasingly transferring r&d abroad and premium car maker Daimler is no exception. The company recently inaugurated a new r&d center here, underscoring the importance it attaches to ...

  • daimler.bangalore.automotiveIT
    Article

    Focus on IT at Daimler's new Bangalore r&d facility

    2013-02-25T12:29:12Z

    Daimler's r&d facility in Bangalore employs 1,200 people (Photo: Daimler) Daimler officially opened a new r&d center in Bangalore, strengthening its activities in the growing Indian market. The German premium car maker said the facility, which employs 1,200 people, is the biggest of its kind in India. Bangalore also ...

  • NISSAN.automotiveIT
    Article

    Renault, Nissan open new advanced research center in Silicon Valley

    2013-02-22T16:13:22Z

    The new r&d center will focus on autonomous driving and connected vehicles(Photo: Nissan) Renault and Nissan opened a new advanced research center that will specialize in autonomous driving and connected cars. The center, which is located in California's Silicon Valley, will focus on three initial projects: the development of ...

  • Ford Mascarenas.automotiveIT
    Feature

    In this month's Executive Newsletter: Ford's Paul Mascarenas

    2012-12-30T13:44:25Z

    Paul Mascarenas (Photo: Larry A. Peplin) As chief technology officer, Paul Mascarenas is a key player in Ford Motor's long-term strategic ambitions. Mascarenas, a 30- year veteran of the US based global automotive giant, helps define, research and implement the broad array of new technologies that Ford wants and ...

  • vw clausthal.automotiveIT
    Article

    Making engine control software development more efficient

    2011-12-20T09:01:00Z

    VW is looking for tangible benefits from its cooperation with Clausthal University (Photo: VW) Software development for engine control units is both complex and expensive. That's why Volkswagen and Clausthal University of Technology are looking for ways to make this work more efficient. Europe's largest auto company and the smallest ...