All Tier suppliers articles – Page 6

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    NVIDIA opens Drive Constellation platform, launches DevKit

    2018-09-14T14:23:41Z

    Image: NVIDIA NVIDIA has opened up its Drive Constellation simulation platform to partners for virtual testing and validation of autonomous driving hardware and software. Partners are invited to integrate their world models, vehicle models and traffic scenarios to create real-world representations of unpredictable and complex environments, which will in ...

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    Affectiva and Nuance up the emotion, BMW and PSA add AI assistants

    2018-09-07T12:40:39Z

    Image: BMW Affectiva and Nuance Communcations are collaborating “to further humanize” in-car artificial intelligence. Affectiva, a spin-off from the MIT Media Lab based in Boston, Massachusetts, has developed an ‘Emotion AI’ which can measure facial expressions and assess emotions such as joy, anger and surprise in real-time, and pick ...

  • mckinsey
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    McKinsey: Six recommendations for Tier One digital transformation

    2018-09-04T14:44:00Z

    Image: McKinsey Consultancy firm McKinsey Company has come up with a series of recommendations for successful digital transformation for Tier One automotive suppliers, noting that most in this sector have only recently started to develop new digital products, services and processes. It warns that, for example, ...

  • blickfeld.automotiveIT
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    Blickfeld wants to give AVs better, more affordable vision

    2018-08-30T10:56:28Z

    Blickfeld says its lidar systems, which use off-the shelf components, will be cheaper and better (Image: Blickfeld) Blickfeld wants to give autonomous vehicles the gift of sight. Using cheaper components and deploying micromechanics to reduce size and weight, the Munich-based startup hopes to play an important role in speeding ...

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    Luxoft buys Objective Software GmbH, specialists in autonomous and connected mobility

    2018-08-13T09:36:23Z

    Image: Objective Software Luxoft, a global IT service provider based in Zug, Switzerland, has acquired Objective Software GmbH, a 20-year-old consultancy with its headquarters in Munich, Germany plus offices in Turin, Italy; Luxembourg; and Wroclaw, Poland. Objective specializes in software development for the automotive industry, with a focus on ...

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    Robert Bosch digital chief: “The mobility of the future will involve a melting pot of technologies”

    2018-08-09T13:12:00Z

    Bernd Heinrichs, chief digital officer at Robert Bosch, talks about software for developing mobility solutions and how automotive suppliers needs to prepare for a digitalized, networked auto industry

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    Irdeto: Your Connected Car Business Model Will Never Start Without The Right Key

    2018-07-11T16:05:00Z

    Consumers want simplicity in their lives. This philosophy applies to connected devices, today’s connected cars and autonomous vehicles. But the challenge is that connectivity often brings vulnerabilities that hackers will exploit. The challenge for car manufacturers (OEMs) and tier 1 suppliers then becomes how to provide the benefits ...

  • honda.automotiveIT
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    Inside Silicon Valley automotive: From San Francisco to Detroit - and back

    2018-06-27T14:44:00Z

    As the relationship between Detroit and Silicon Valley matures, automotive manufacturers are increasingly connecting IT projects out west to their global operations.

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    Commsignia announces new 5G-enabled cellular C-V2X products for self-driving cars

    2018-06-11T17:46:03Z

    Image: Commsignia V2X provider Commsignia, based in Santa Clara, California, has announced two new products to support the Cellular Vehicle-To-Everything (C-V2X) and 5G ecosystem. Its roadside and onboard units, ITS-RS4 and ITS-OB4 respectively, use the Qualcomm 9150 C-V2X chipset for radio communication and are offered as standalone products or ...

  • faurecia.automotiveIT
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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.

  • tenneco.automotiveIT
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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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    Automotive IT in focus: connectivity, new technology and integration

    2018-05-29T12:08:00Z

    The automotiveIT International conference, which concluded in Atlanta last Wednesday, highlighted the breadth of the challenges and opportunities in the auto industry as companies change processes, products and business models.

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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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    Luxoft launches PELUX 1.0 open source platform for automotive

    2018-04-20T15:38:57Z

    Σtos concept by Rinspeed, a Luxoft collaborator [Image: Luxoft] Luxoft’s automotive division has launched PELUX 1.0, an open source platform available to developers. This has been developed from its PELUX software suite as used by carmakers and tier 1 suppliers to build converged infotainment, autonomous driving, communication, HMI and ...

  • bmw.automotiveIT
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    BMW starts subscription-service pilot in Nashville

    2018-04-09T17:12:27Z

    The 2019 BMW X4 M40i M Performance debuted at the New York Auto Show last month (Photo: BMW) BMW became the latest major car brand to offer a subscription to its vehicles rather than selling or leasing them to customers. The German premium brand said it had launched a ...

  • Blackberry.automotiveIT
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    Blackberry, Baidu to cooperate on autonomous technology

    2018-01-04T12:13:06Z

    Blackberry wants its QNX operating system to to be at the heart of autonomous vehicles (Photo: Blackberry) Blackberry and Baidu will work together to speed up the development of connected and autonomous vehicle technology. The two companies said they had signed a letter of intent to make Blackberry's QNX ...

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    Aptiv opens mobility tech center in Boston

    2017-12-18T12:57:00Z

    Aptiv’s nuTonomy is conducting an automated driving test in Boston (Photo: nuTonomy) Aptiv has opened a new technology center in Boston, Massachusetts, that will focus on the development and commercialization of new mobility systems. The US automotive supplier, which was formally spun off from Delphi last ...

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    From ZF, a new Level 3 steering wheel concept

    2017-12-18T12:56:00Z

    ZF s steering wheel concept offers enhanced driver interaction functions (Photo: ZF) In the long term, autonomous vehicles may not need steering wheels, but that vision is likely to be decades out. In the meantime, steering wheels will remain, though their functionality is set to be enhanced. ...

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    Samsung to test Renovo automated vehicle technology

    2017-12-18T12:55:00Z

    Renovo works with several carmakers to develop its platform (Photo: Renovo) Renovo said Samsung Electronics will deploy its AWare automated mobility platform in test vehicles the Korean electronics group plans to operate in California. Renovo, which specializes in highly automated vehicle technology, said it has been ...

  • Dr. Stefan Sommer
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    CEO Sommer leaves his post at ZF Friedrichshafen

    2017-12-18T12:54:00Z

    Stefan Sommer led ZF as CEO for 5 years (Photo: ZF) Stefan Sommer is stepping down from his position as CEO of ZF Friedrichshafen with immediate effect, the German automotive supplier said Thursday. Sommer s departure follows a change at the company s supervisory board recently ...