BRABUS uses high-performance solutions from Henkel

Nov 4, 2019    Technology

Henkel offers a broad portfolio of high-performance solutions that Brabus uses for the transformation of top-of-the-range vehicles to supercars.

Goodyear providing sensor-equipped tyres to Priva mobile office fleet to maximise uptime

Nov 1, 2019    Technology

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company is collaborating with an innovative mobility company, Priva, to provide tyre monitoring capabilities that allow fleets to operate more efficiently.

DENSO reinforces commitment to sustainable mobility in company direction update

Nov 1, 2019    Technology

DENSO, the world’s second-largest mobility supplier, has announced its second quarter (July-September) financial results for its fiscal year 2019, as well as updates in its business strategy to create and inspire new value for the future of mobility.

ŠKODA AUTO puts the most powerful commercial supercomputer in the Czech Republic into operation

Oct 31, 2019    Technology

As one of the leading IT companies in the Czech Republic, ŠKODA AUTO is to operate the country’s most powerful commercial supercomputer at its headquarters in Mladá Boleslav from now on.

Hyundai makes strategic investments in hydrogen technology companies

Oct 30, 2019    Technology

Hyundai Motor Company announced key investments into three hydrogen companies – Impact Coatings, H2Pro and GRZ Technologies – to strengthen its leadership position in the global hydrogen fuel cell ecosystem.

ROHM presents the industry's first ultra-high noise tolerant comparators

Oct 30, 2019    Technology

ROHM has announced the development of the BA8290xYxxx-C-Series series of ground sense comparators delivering breakthrough tolerance against EMI (noise resistance,) ideal for sensor applications in automotive systems such as ECUs and powertrain.

Porsche invests in Israeli start-up Tactile Mobility

Oct 30, 2019    Technology

Porsche is intensifying its collaboration with Israeli technology company Tactile Mobility with a minority investment.

BorgWarner develops torque-vectoring dual-clutch system for EVs

Oct 28, 2019    Technology

BorgWarner has developed an innovative torque vectoring system for electric vehicles which enables the use of just one electric motor instead of the traditional two that are typically found on electric vehicles.

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