Puts 5,000 workers on vacation
Mercedes-Benz put more than 5000 workers on collective vacation in two plants in Brazil due to the shortage of semiconductor chips.
Invests $47 billion to make it so
Mercedes-Benz maker Daimler plans to invest more than 40 billion euro, or $47 billion, between 2022 and 2030 to develop battery-electric vehicles, and be ready for an all-electric car market by 2030.
Cheating on emissions tests
Automaker Daimler and subsidiary Mercedes-Benz USA have agreed to pay $1.5 billion to resolve allegations they cheated on emissions tests.
Software-defined computing architecture based on Nvidia Drive platform
Mercedes-Benz has partnered up with Nvidia to create a new in-vehicle computing system and AI computing infrastructure, all based on a new software-defined architecture that will be rolling out to the fleet of next-generation Mercedes-Benz vehicles as of 2024.
Mercedes gets more AI high tech
Xilinx has entered very many automotive fields for the last twelve years and and had a huge success in the forward looking camera market. The company grew to more than 4.5 million units from zero in just six years, massively increasing numbers every year. Now Daimler AG, the company behind Mercedes Benz, has revealed that iy will work with Xilinx on an in-car system using Xilinx technology for artificial intelligence (AI) processing in automotive applications.
First car with Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX)
Mercedes has unveiled its new A-Class at the event in Amsterdam last night, which is the first Mercedes car to feature the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) infotainment system powered by Nvidia.
There is no laying down your life for anyone
Carmaker Mercedes-Benz has decided that if it comes to a choice between drivers and pedestrians it will choose the side which paid rather a lot of money for one of its products.