Delphi is building over-the-air software suite for automakersFri, 21, Apr 2017
Delphi investments seek to advance in-car computingThu, 06, Apr 2017
Delphi Automotive is partnering with three companies to improve data processing and management within vehicles. The ventures will allow Delphi to increase the speed of vehicle connectivity as well as leverage data that is collected in the car.
Delphi: How to get paid, even when parts didn't get madeMon, 20, Mar 2017
Delphi Q4 net income rises 47% to $281 millionThu, 02, Feb 2017
Delphi Automotive posted a 47 percent gain in fourth-quarter net income as the supplier continued to benefit from growth in its technologies that are aiding the evolution toward self-driving vehicles.
Driverless cars finally steer near showroomsTue, 03, Jan 2017
Car electronics supplier Delphi Automotive went coast-to-coast in 2015 in a self-driving Audi Q5 SUV to prove the autonomous automobile had arrived. Now, the supplier is shifting from stunts to selling.
Delphi plans to launch driverless ride-sharing pilots in U.S., EuropeMon, 12, Dec 2016
Delphi taps Intel for chips in self-driving technologyTue, 29, Nov 2016
Delphi Automotive has formed a partnership with Intel Corp. to use Intel chips for a technology package being developed for self-driving vehicles. Late next year, Intel will start delivering computer chips to run Delphi's decision-making software .
Delphi Q3 profits hit by restructuring costs, debt retirementWed, 02, Nov 2016
Delphi chief hails U.S. safety guidelinesMon, 10, Oct 2016
Delphi seeks to expand road testSat, 01, Oct 2016
DELPHI'S KEVIN CLARK: Supplier sees early payoff from autonomous vehiclesMon, 03, Oct 2016
Of Delphi Automotive's projected global sales of $16.2 - $16.5 billion this year, sales of active-safety equipment -- mostly radar and cameras for collision avoidance -- will generate $300 million. CEO Kevin Clark spoke of his plans for technologies such as lidar and 48-volt electrical systems in this Q&A.
Driverless cars? Safety tech has work to doMon, 29, Aug 2016
The first wave of active safety technology - features such as emergency braking, lane-departure warning and adaptive cruise control - has reduced accidents. But experts say several aspects must be improved before today's advanced driver assistance systems, known as ADAS, can be depended upon in fully autonomous vehicles.