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Bosch plans to build a US$ 12 million software development center in Guadalajara
Germany-based manufacturer and services provider Bosch will invest US$ 12 million in a new 10-story, 10,000-square-meter building in Guadalajara to house the 400 employees currently working at the company's operations center in the Ciudad Creativa Digital, located in the same city, Mexican paper El ...
BMW considers Mexico City for a car-sharing pilot program
German premium automaker BMW considers Mexico City to introduce a car-sharing system that offers electric units for a single journey where the user would be its own driver. The company already has a functional platform in Germany where a registered user can take the vehicle closest to his location,...
95% of companies have not digitized their supply chains: DHL
DHL Supply Chain, a leading global logistics company, presented its latest research report on supply chain digitization. The report reveals that new technologies and solutions are being developed at an accelerated pace and this concerns different types of industries, with supply chains struggling to...
Insequence supplies software solutions for two Yanfeng automotive plants in Mexico
Insequence Corporation, a Tennessee-based sequencing and manufacturing execution systems supplier, announced it will provide software to Yanfeng in Mexico for facilities located in Queretaro and Derramadero, Coahuila.  The Queretaro plant will utilize solutions managing the building and shipping o...
Nvidia suspends driverless program as it launches virtual reality testing platform
U.S. technology company Nvidia, which sold some of the computer hardware to Uber for its self-driving technology, announced it has halted autonomous vehicle testing in the wake of the crash that killed a pedestrian in Arizona. At the same time, during its GPU Technology Conference, founder and CEO J...

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