9 April 2015 – Munich, Germany and Westford, MA, USA – This spring Zuken joins some of the best and most influential minds in the automotive industry to address current challenges in the sector.
Reinhold Blank, Business Director Automotive at Zuken, speaks at two key industry events to discuss solutions for automotive electrical/electronic design challenges. These include reducing cost and weight in wiring harness design while increasing functionality, and managing high-speed design interfaces as a global team.
These events, held in the automotive strongholds of Detroit, USA and Ludwigsburg, Germany, are great opportunities for us to share experiences and discuss future requirements, as well as potential solutions, with leading automotive experts. Many attendees are customers since Zuken has a market share of around 40 percent worldwide in the area of electrical schematics in automotive. As part of our automotive growth strategy, we are working hard to extend our technical and market leadership in this area.
- Reinhold Blank, Business Director Automotive at Zuken
Join Zuken at SAE World Congress
You can catch Reinhold Blank sharing more than 25 years’ experience in the industry at SAE 2015 World Congress, Detroit, USA, from April 21-23:
Blank takes a tour of some of the hidden areas where the potential for cost savings has yet to be realized, in: “How to save $20 per car by Optimization of the E/E System” (April 21, 1:00pm)
In “EE Architecture – the Real Competence Field for Automotive OEMs”, Blank showcases an approach recently adopted by several OEMs that has resulted in increases in quality, cost savings, and efficiency (April 22, 8.30am).
Foundations for innovation
The company is building on a history of innovative solutions for the automotive sector; Zuken was recently named as part of a winning team for electric vehicle research. The CATRENE Innovation Award was given for “Most Innovative Project in 2014” to the EM4EM (ElectroMagnetic Reliability and Electronic Systems for Electro Mobility) team, for which Zuken was the EDA industry representative.