Marelli Awards Multi-Year Global Automotive Software Engineering Contract to Wipro

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Bangalore, India & Saitama, Japan:
 Wipro Limited (NYSE: WIT, BSE: 507685, NSE: WIPRO), a leading global information technology, consulting, and business process services company and Marelli, today announced that they have entered into a multi-year global agreement for automotive engineering services.


Marelli is one of the world’s leading global independent suppliers to the automotive sector with operational headquarters in Saitama, Japan and Corbetta, Italy.


The integration synergies of this partnership from across business units will help Marelli drive speed to value and realize its vision of transforming the future of mobility in partnership with its customers. As part of this agreement, Wipro will leverage its EngineeringNXT framework and strong automotive engineering expertise to establish a software engineering factory for Marelli. Also, it will help improve Marelli’s operational efficiency and expedite launch of cutting-edge technologies on connectivity and sustainable mobility solutions.

Dr. Detlef

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How to clean a car

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Whether it’s our cars or one that you’ve hired from Discover Car Hire, you know what we Finns are like. You need to ensure that your car is clean and that it feels both hygienic and sanitary. Today, we’ll be looking at how to clean your car. All over!

The Outside

The outside of your car is one of the easiest parts to clean, but it’s also one of the easiest things to get wrong. Getting it wrong can ruin your car, and it might even cause you to lose some more money if it’s a hire car.

Make sure that you only use a soft sponge. Anything rougher than this, and the paintwork could be damaged. And that’s the last thing you want.

To get it clean simply use some warm soapy water, and your soft sponge, and make sure to get rid of every piece of dirt … Read More

‘Smart’ Driving Assistance Systems – Help Or Hindrance?

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Technology designed to make driving more fully automated has evolved in recent years, but it really hasn’t improved safety much, according to new research.

Currently, active driving assistance systems, also known as Level 2 automation, do less to assist drivers and more to interfere, and are “far from 100% reliable,” according to the AAA automotive group, which released its latest findings on automated vehicles earlier this month. In real-world driving situations, for example, vehicles equipped with active driving assistance systems on average experienced some type of issue every eight miles.  

“AAA has repeatedly found that active driving assistance systems do not perform consistently, especially in real-word scenarios,” Greg Brannon, director of automotive engineering and industry relations for the AAA, said in a statement. “Manufacturers need to work toward more dependable technology, including improving lane keeping

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FCA’s future small cars will ride on a PSA platform

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The new 208 uses PSA’s small car platform.


Future small cars from Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s house of brands will ride on PSA Group architecture. According to an Automotive News report on Friday, FCA’s future small cars will use the French automaker’s Common Modular Platform (CMP underpins the new Peugeot 208) as the two march toward a full-out merger. The combined company will be known as Stellantis when the corporate and legal dust settles.

The report cited a letter FCA sent to suppliers asking them to halt any research and development for small and subcompact vehicle models. (Vehicles such as the Jeep Renegade and latest Fiat 500 fall into this specific category, for some context.) Automotive News reported FCA had already retooled its small-car architecture to fit other powertrains such as electric motors and batteries, and the new 500 was the first to take advantage of the platform.

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