EDAG Engineering to develop driver assistance systems for BMW

Nov 1, 2017   Tier Suppliers

EDAG has received one of its most important orders, from BMW, to develop and secure driver assistance systems.

Together with BMW, the globally active engineering service provider will develop the future generation of driver assistance systems to meet the requirements for highly automated and autonomous driving. The order also includes securing all developed assistance systems.

EDAG will open a new development site for this technology project in the 4th quarter 2018 on the Business Campus in Unterschleißheim and continue its growth in southern Germany.

EDAG CEO Jürgen Vogt pointed out: "EDAG and BMW maintain a long-standing and very trusting cooperation. With this project, we are taking a central technological step on the way towards an autonomous vehicle. We are proud that our development team will make a significant contribution to the future automotive world."

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