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Van Buren Township-based Visteon Corp. announced a strategic alliance Friday with Germany-based OpenSynergy, a specialist in embedded automotive systems. It also announced that a Korean joint venture subsidiary is making parts for the world’s first mass-produced hydrogen fuel cell car.
Ricardo Inc., the Van Buren Township-based American affiliate of the United Kingdom manufacturing technology provider Ricardo plc, announced it had completed the purchase of a 20,000-square-foot tech center in Santa Clara, Calif.
Visteon Corp. will mark its 15th year at the International CES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas Jan,. 7-10.
Visteon Corp. (NYSE: VC) has raised its equity stake in its Russian joint venture, Visteon Avtopribor Electronics, from 49 percent to 68.77 percent.
Visteon Corp. (NYSE: VC) Wednesday announced it had launched its first tablet information display on Mazda’s new global platform for the Mazda 3 and Mazda Axela, bringing the style and appeal of consumer electronics displays into the vehicle.
Ricardo Software Tuesday announced it has launched a complete vehicle system modeling and simulation application called Ignite.
Ricardo Inc., the Michigan-based U.S. subsidiary of England’s Ricardo plc, says its Extreme Boosted Direct Injection engine has the potential to deliver diesel-like efficiency for ethanol combustion.
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After two years of on-the-ground testing, the Fuel-Efficient Ground Vehicle Demonstrator from Van Buren Township-based Ricardo Inc. has proven to be as good as the simulation models projected, according to data analyzed by the multi-industry consultancy for engineering, technology, project innovation and strategy.
VAN BUREN TWP. — Ricardo Inc., the United States subsidiary of the United Kingdom-based engineering technology provider Ricardo plc, announced that it succesfully administered the Fast Adaptable Next-Generation Ground Vehicle (FANG) Mobility-Drivetrain Challenge for the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the first of three planned FANG competitions.