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SAVE THE DATE – WCX™ Digital Summit

Softing @ WCX Digital Summit 2020

Softing is part of the WCX™ Digital Summit | June 16-18, 2020 – This June, thousands of engineers, researchers and decision makers from across the industry will converge online to collaborate on the shift to mobility in the first ever WCX™ Digital Summit. The SAE International WCX™ has an unrivaled track record for building better engineers by providing the latest technical information on connectivity, emission, environment, occupant protection, safety, security, design, manufacturing, powertrain and propulsion, and so much more, plus the latest information on consumer metrics and regulatory standards.

Biggest Possible Development Efficiency with Remote Engineering

Article in ATZelectronics 10/2019: Biggest Possible Development Efficiency with Remote Engineering

Development projects are increasingly being handled by teams whose members are spread all over the world. Remote Engineering allows efficient networking of global work capacities. However, there are a number of aspects that need to be considered during implementation to ensure a smooth process.

"Tübinger Innovation Days 2019" at Softing Automotive

Die IHK Reutlingen zu Gast bei Softing – Tübinger Innovationstage 2019

On 1 July 2019 one of the twelve "Tübinger Innovation Days 2019" will take place at Softing Automotive in Kirchentellinsfurt, Germany. Exiting lectures on the topic "Communication Standards 5G, Bluetooth 5.1 & Co.", including Alois Widmann, CEO of the Softing subsidiary Globalmatix, with his lecture "5G radio technology for industrial processes and connected vehicles" are waiting for you.

Automotive Megatrends Drive Diagnostic Development

Automotive Megatrends drive Diagnostic Development

Automotive Trends such as electric and autonomous driving are leading to paradigm shifts in the E/E architecture. This in turn is leading to new challenges in vehicle diagnostics, but at the same time is opening up opportunities for improving the quality of diagnostics and increasing efficiency. there will be new ways of diagnosis with even cloud-based systems.

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