All Software articles – Page 2

  • nissan leaf usa.automotiveIT
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    Nissan to reprogram Leafs to fix problem, Nikkei reports

    2011-04-17T04:23:02Z

    Nissan’s US Leaf suffered a software glitch Nissan will reprogram the software in its US Leaf to fix a problem that occurs in some of the electric vehicles, Japan's Nikkei news service reported. The Japanese automaker said it will start contacting customers shortly. According to the news report, all 8,000 ...

  • Windchill 10.0.automotiveIT
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    PTC releases Windchill 10.0, adds more analytics

    2011-04-05T11:53:41Z

    Windchill PLM software grows in size and capabilities PTC has released Windchill 10.0, upgrading its product lifecycle management (PLM) software with a series of enhancements designed to improve product analytics and quality management. US based PTC said in a press release that the new version of Windchill will let manufacturers ...

  • rplan.automotiveIT
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    BMW licenses Actano's RPLAN E3 project management software

    2011-04-04T13:13:33Z

    BMW is buying a group license for Actano's RPLAN e3 software to manage projects of all sizes and have the ability to involve its suppliers in them. Munich-based Actano said in a press release that BMW will have access to all of the project management software features for its planning ...

  • ETAPS.automotiveIT
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    ETAPS, Saarbruecken

    2011-03-22T18:55:45Z

    Europe's biggestsoftware conference will take place March 26 through April 3 in Saarbruecken, Germany. The ETAPS conference will focus on security and reliability of software systems. Researchers from all over the world will come to the event to participate in the discussion. The conference takes place against a backdrop of ...

  • BITkom.automotiveIT
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    Germany sets software, IT export record in 2010.

    2011-03-17T13:08:50Z

    Exports from Germany, left, and imports soared in 2010 According to BITKOM, the country's high-tech association, exports jumped 16 pc in 2010 to 12.1 billion euros, more than double what they were in 2003. "Software made in Germany is turning into a major export success," said August-Wilhelm Scheer, BITKOM president. ...

  • Win7_Professional_web
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    CeBIT survey: Only 40 pc of companies plan Windows 7 upgrades

    2011-03-11T08:35:23Z

    Software experts worry that not enough companies are upgrading to new operating systems Problems in their technical infrastructure are a fact of life for most companies and many are reluctant to take the necessary steps to deal with the problems, according to a survey conducted during the CeBIT high-tech fair ...

  • carmaker truckmaker.automotiveIT
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    IPG launches new version of CarMaker test platform

    2011-02-08T16:40:37Z

    German software maker IPG Automotive has launched a new version of its CarMaker test platform. The open-integrationand testing platform can be used throughout the development process. CarMaker 3.5 now includes TruckMaker, a platform that is specifically suited for virtual test driving of commercial vehicles CarMaker software can be used throughout ...

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    ITI launches 64bit version of SimulationX software

    2010-12-08T14:58:55Z

    Software maker ITI has launched a 64bit version of its SimulationX software. The German specialist in virtual system engineering said release 3.4 of SimulationX will allow designers to use the full potential of computer operating systems and hardware. The 64bit release will improve simulation performance andallow for greater precision in ...

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    Survey: Uncontrolled application growth means higher costs

    2010-12-07T09:17:14Z

    The uncontrolled growth of software applications leads to higher costs, which takes money away from necessary IT investments, according to a CIO survey conducted by HP. The survey, which polled 500 CIOs in Germany, Britain, France, Italy and the Nordic countries, found that 74 percent considered software proliferation a major ...

  • fiat_eco_drive
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    Fiat’s eco:drive software lives up to expectations

    2010-11-10T15:07:17Z

    Fiat says its eco:drive software has helped change driving habits and save fuel. The Italian automaker claimed that, according to a test it conducted, fuel consumption dropped 6 percent on average. Fiat evaluated 428,000 eco:drive journeys for the study, which involved 5,700 drivers from Germany, Britain, Italy, France and Spain. ...

  • thomas-weber
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    Interview: Daimler's Thomas Weber on carIT

    2010-11-02T18:29:29Z

    Thomas Weber sees a big role for IT in new cars Daimler’s r&d boss says IT will play a key role in tomorrow's passenger cars. In an interview with automotiveIT , Thomas Weber cited driver-assistance systems, comfort features and new media as areas where IT will play a central role. ...