|Amit Jain, India country head, presents challenges in emerging markets for the connected car at Automotive Megatrends Connected Car Pune|
|Visteon participates in Raymond James Technology Investors Conference|
|Steve Fitzgerald, chief human resources officer, presents at the MICHAuto Annual Meeting: The Convergence of Auto and Tech in Michigan in Dearborn.|
|Amit Jain, India country head, presents at Automotive Electronics in Chennai|
Touchless vehicle apps know what you want, when you want it
By Sivakumar Yeddnapuddi
Today’s cars and trucks are smart, but they’re not smartphones. If we tried to do all the things we want to do in our cars using apps, we’d be frustrated, because we can’t safely select them while driving. A new developer-friendly application platform from Visteon – called Phoenix – solves this problem and propels smart vehicle infotainment systems to the head of the class.
Unseating Interiors: Electronics Now Drives Future of Vehicle Cockpits
Visteon’s Tim Yerdon discussed how electronics has become the key differentiator in future cockpits in a presentation at the Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design & Technology Symposium in Novi, Michigan, on Oct. 25. Yerdon, who leads global marketing and communications for Visteon, was one of four speakers addressing “Future Interior Visions and Concepts.”
Leading by Design: Visteon Adjunct Professors at College for Creative Studies
The College for Creative Studies (CCS) in Detroit has a proud pedigree supplying some of the world’s leading automotive designers. It also offers an opportunity for design professionals to give back to the educational institution by tutoring and nurturing future talent in a tailored “adjunct professor” role. Three designers from Visteon's design studio in Van Buren Township, Michigan, have jumped at this chance to serve as adjunct professors and equip students with the skills, ideas and knowledge they have picked up over the years.
Fast-Paced Video Accelerates Recruitment at Technical Center in Bulgaria
Operating in one of the fastestgrowing tech sectors in the Bulgarian market means that the demand for talent is high. Having expanded significantly to meet the growing desire for auto software, the Sofia, Bulgaria, technical center continues to develop by attracting the strongest technical talent of the future. Sofia’s latest recruitment video demonstrates exactly why young engineers aspiring to a future in automotive should consider pursuing a role on the Sofia team.