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Klint Walker, Homeland Security

Analysis: Plan for supply chain attacks

2019-04-05T14:04:00+01:00By Marcus Williams

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IT and software keep Daimler ahead in China

2019-05-18T13:20:00+01:00By Christopher Ludwig

The vehicle manufacturer has a dedicated IT organisation in Greater China, led by Stefan Eberhardt, which is focusing on front-end development, improving digital customer experiences and benefiting from the country’s huge tech and startup scene – all of it strategic to Daimler and Mercedes-Benz growth in the world’s largest market.

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Vehicle production: Stay connected, stay safe

2019-05-16T14:48:00+01:00By Nick Holt

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

artificial intelligence.automotiveIT

AI moves up the priority list for German CIOs

2019-05-08T08:52:00+01:00By Werner Beutnagel

A new poll reveals that executives see AI as a major challenge and opportunity

Klint Walker, Homeland Security

Analysis: Plan for supply chain attacks

2019-04-05T14:04:00+01:00By Marcus Williams

The US Department for Homeland Security sees risks in the supply chain increasing, including for the aumotive industry

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Faurecia looks to digital services, underpinned by IT and data

2019-03-25T23:44:00+00:00By Christopher Ludwig

Dr. René Deist is leading a transformation of Faurecia’s global IT systems and processes to digitalize the supply chain and develop products faster – as well as to support new business models.

t-systems.automotiveIT

T-Systems warns on hacker attacks on connected cars

2019-03-22T11:33:00+00:00By Arjen Bongard

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.automotiveIT

From Fujitsu, a "quantum inspired" architecture for faster computing

2019-03-17T16:20:00+00:00By Werner Beutnagel

Fujitsu CTO for EMEA, Joseph Reger, thinks digital annealing will help companies imitate quantum computing speed across operations

zf.automotiveIT

ZF opens AI and cyber security research center

2019-03-13T15:16:00+00:00By Arjen Bongard

ZF Friedrichshafen’s new research center in Germany will focus on artificial intelligence and cyber security.

aurora labs.automotiveIT

How to protect drivers from software errors

2019-02-14T15:24:00+00:00By Arjen Bongard

Aurora Labs’ Germany chief, Rudolf von Stokar, explains how its self-healing software can help secure connected cars with ever-growing lines of software code.

byton.automotiveIT

Analysis: Data opportunities abound in complex new-mobility environment

2019-01-30T20:08:00+00:00By Arjen Bongard

Participants at a conference about monetizing car data hosted here by the German business daily Handelsblatt said the world of 21st century personal mobility is characterized by growing complexity, new players, new business models and rapidly changing consumer requirements.

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