Big trend: consolidating functional controls
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Software allows carmakers to meet varying standards with one system
Production of the 77-GHz system starts this spring in Germany
14 LED-array adds pizazz to sporty X6 crossover
Silicon Valley-based autonomous tech startup Apex.AI has landed unspecified investments from Jaguar Land Rover, Hella and Volvo Trucks.
Hella GmbH says its new LED headlights offer significantly better performance, improved packaging and allows carmakers to offer customized features.
Production applications for Level 2+ highway systems to start this year in Asia
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Lighting and electronics supplier Hella GmbH & Co. plans to name industry veteran Carl-Peter Forster to chair its shareholder committee, effective Sept. 27.
Light Field Lab Inc., a Silicon Valley-based startup which is developing hologram technology that doesn’t require virtual reality headsets, has raised $28 million in Series A funding.
Germany's Hella GmbH aims to launch two new 48-volt mild-hybrid systems by 2023 to help carmakers meet more stringent tailpipe emission regulations.
Hella GmbH is opening its second electronics component plant in India and its sixth facility in the country.
While the hype about fully autonomous cars has slowed over the last year, the shift to connected vehicles is accelerating.
Automotive lighting and electronics supplier Hella GmbH offers products for electrified powertrains ranging from stop-start “micro-hybrid” to all-electric systems, says Steve Lietaert, president of the company’s U.S. operations.
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The technology that enables adaptive headlamps to adjust their beams according to conditions is moving into the passenger cabin, notes Steve Lietaert, president of Hella Corporate Center USA.
Lighting and electronics supplier Hella GmbH & Co. KGaA reports gains of 9% in currency-adjusted sales and 14% in net earnings for the fiscal year ended May 31.
Germany’s Hella KGaA Hueck & Co. has opened a new electronics plant in Apaseo el Grande, Mexico.
Hella GmbH & Co. says it is in discussions with possible investors about “strategic options” for its Nordic Forum wholesale activities.
“Autonomous driving, zero tailpipe emission mobility and digital networking are virtually impossible without advances in AI and deep learning.”
Hella GmbH has begun constructing a new U.S. headquarters near Plymouth, Mich., and plans to move into the 115,000 sq-ft facility in early 2019.
From electrically driven luxury vehicles to headlamps that shine better than jewels
Gary S. Vasilash
Editor-in-Chief, AutoBeat Group
Automakers and suppliers are increasingly partnering with each other, competitors, tech companies and startups to reduce costs and ensure they have the proper expertise and resources to develop the necessary technologies needed for next-generation vehicles.
ZF Friedrichshafen AG and Chinese tech giant Baidu Inc. have announced plans to work together to develop technologies related to autonomous vehicles, telematics and other new-mobility systems in China.
Your next car may come equipped with electronic headlamps that are permanently on “high” beam, yet create no glare.
The next decade promises to be a disruptive one for automotive suppliers.
Germany’s HBPO GmbH plans to open two more plants in Mexico by the end of 2018 and is increasing production at several other North American facilities as demand for the company’s front-end modules grows.
The European Commission has fined Hella and Magneti Marelli's Automotive Lighting unit a combined €27 million ($30 million) for their participation in fixing prices for headlamps and other lighting products.