FEV’s Expertise in Advanced Mobility Systems
For years FEV Group has expanding its global capabilities in traditional vehicle engineering services to encompass electrification, connectivity and autonomous driving technologies.
For years FEV Group has expanding its global capabilities in traditional vehicle engineering services to encompass electrification, connectivity and autonomous driving technologies, says Patrick Hupperich, president and CEO of FEV North America.
Today, the German company has 5,500 employees, 1,000 of which are in the electronics space. One of FEV’s core strengths is its ability to help customers integrate their deep knowledge about their own components with overall vehicle systems.
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Toyota Motor Corp. is encouraging employees at its research and development center near Ann Arbor, Mich., to participate in an on-going program there to test connected vehicle technologies.