The folks at Delphi’s huge Customer and Technology Center – Michigan in Auburn Hills know they work on high tech. This gleaming 465,000-square-foot research center bristles with computer power as well as horsepower.
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The topic is innovation. Ford CEO Alan Mulally opened a keynote panel by giving his views on it, and then a whole bunch of Michigan technology companies presented their versions of it, at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Wednesday.
How could I possibly top three straight 18-hour days prowling the International Consumer Electronics Show? Easy, With a fourth 18-hour day that as usual held so much fascinating stuff that you don’t realize you’re tired until it’s over.
The former chief executive of auto-parts maker Delphi has been ordered to pay $215,000 for misrepresenting a financial transaction with General Motors back in 2000.
Auburn Hills-based CJPS Medical Systems Tuesday announced the availability of VitalPoint, a medical device capable of measuring patients’ vital signs from home, while allowing direct communication with their caregiver, and generating and saving HIPAA-compliant electronic […]
Auburn Hills-based CJPS Medical Systems announced Tuesday that it completed its integration of the remote patient monitoring business that it acquired from Delphi Corp. Assets purchased from Delphi were relocated from Colorado and Indiana to […]
As Visteon emerges from Bankruptcy, Delphi is back on its feet. We hear from Delphi CEO Rodney O’Neal as well as GM Design Chief Ed Welburn, who talks about their strategy for Chevrolet in Europe.
The Smart Phone is about to cause some big changes in cars. Auto supplier Delphi shows some technology that will make smart phones a part of your car, while also minimizing driver distraction.