German prosecutors review stolen Bosch data for VW diesel scandal cluesThu, 25, Aug 2016
Prosecutors in Stuttgart, Germany, are examining stolen Bosch data to see whether it contains clues about how Volkswagen cheated diesel emissions tests.
Bosch calls VW owners' diesel-cheating claims in U.S. 'wild and unfounded'Tue, 23, Aug 2016
Bosch rejected as "wild and unfounded" car owners' claims in the U.S. that 38 of its employees conspired with VW Group to develop technology that enabled diesel vehicles to evade pollution-control tests.
Army develops autonomous vehicles for use on bases first, battlefields nextMon, 22, Aug 2016
A pilot program at Fort Bragg will use autonomous vehicles to transport wounded soldiers to the hospital for treatment. The technology is expected to be used as building blocks for driverless vehicles on the battlefield.
Bosch had key role in VW emissions fraud, lawyers claimThu, 18, Aug 2016
Bosch began playing a key role in developing Volkwagen's emission-cheating technology as early as the late 1990s, lawyers for VW owners said in a U.S. court filing that includes detailed allegations against the German supplier.
Daimler's top electric mobility exec moving to Bosch, report saysWed, 17, Aug 2016
Daimler's top electric mobility executive, Harald Kroeger, is joining Bosch, Reuters reported. Bosch is building up its EV and autonomous car expertise and has worked with Google and Tesla.
Bosch will have 'significant share' of connected car business, top exec saysFri, 12, Aug 2016
Bosch predicts that half of all new cars sold in Europe will have some level of connectivity by 2020. The supplier expects to have a substantial share of this business, the executive in charge of this technology, Dirk Hoheisel, explained to Automotive News Europe.
Self-driving cars spur more automotive M&A in Silicon ValleyWed, 10, Aug 2016
The auto industry's self-driving revolution has spurred the biggest two years of automotive supplier takeovers in a decade. The total value of automotive supplier deals in 2015 and 2016 was $74.4 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg, with each of those years far exceeding the $17.7 billion annual average in the previous 10 years.
Bosch wants to be a player in market for connected carsMon, 08, Aug 2016
Robert Bosch predicts that half of all new cars sold in Europe will have some level of connectivity by 2020. The world's biggest supplier expects to have a substantial share of this business, says board member Dirk Hoheisel.
New wave of European suppliers hits SouthMon, 01, Aug 2016
As European automakers Mercedes, BMW, Volkswagen and Volvo build or expand their assembly plants in the Southeast, a new wave of Tier 2 and Tier 3 European suppliers are coming to set up their first North American factories.