Current Openings at automotive supplier Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems

Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems is one of the world’s leading automotive wiring and connection systems supplier, belongs to Sumitomo Group of Japan. More about the company at sewsus.com .

sews_logoCurrent Openings
 Engineering Department
Serial# Job Title, Location, Description & Apply link
1
  • Automotive Design Engineer
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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2
  • Automotive Release Engineer
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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3
  • Automotive Sales Engineer
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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4
  • Automotive Systems Engineer
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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5
  • Catia Wire Harness Designer
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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6
  • Component Design Engineer
  • Marysville, Ohio, U.S.A
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7
  • Design Engineer
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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8
  • Design Engineer – Electronics
  • Marysville, Ohio, U.S.A
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9
  • Engineer
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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10
  • Lead Engineer Wire Harness Devision
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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11
  • Lead Release Engineer
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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12
  • New Model Project Engineer
  • Marysville, Ohio, U.S.A
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13
  • Program Manager
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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14
  • Quality Engineer
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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15
  • Resident Release Engineer
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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16
  • Supplier Quality Engineer
  • Marysville, Ohio, U.S.A
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17
  • Validation Engineer
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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 Procurement Department
Serial# Job Title, Location, Description & Apply link
1
  • Material Planner 1
  • El Paso, Texas, U.S.A
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 Manufacturing Department
Serial# Job Title, Location, Description & Apply link
1
  • Manufacturing Operators
  • Franklin, Kentucky, U.S.A
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2
  • Manufacturing Operators
  • Scottsville, Kentucky, U.S.A
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 Production Planning Department
Serial# Job Title, Location, Description & Apply link
1
  • Production Planner
  • Marysville, Ohio, U.S.A
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 Quality Assurance Department
Serial# Job Title, Location, Description & Apply link
1
  • Quality Engineer
  • Marysville, Ohio, U.S.A
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2
  • Resident Quality Engineer – 2nd shift
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.A
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 Logistics Department
Serial# Job Title, Location, Description & Apply link
1
  • Assistant Manager – Logistics
  • El Paso, Texas, U.S.A
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2
  • Customer Service & Delivery Planner II
  • El Paso, Texas, U.S.A
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3
  • Planner, Operations & Logistics
  • Lexington, Kentucky, U.S.A
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 Information Technology Department
Serial# Job Title, Location, Description & Apply link
1
  • Help Desk Clerk
  • Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S.A
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2
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S.A
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Very Interesting Concept Vehicle: Spiri v0.1

Driving to the Future

spiri_prototype_frontDanish start-up Spiri has produced a “lab on wheels” purpose-designed prototype EV for its on-demand car-sharing/car-pooling service: this ultra-light (750kg) carbonfibre urban runaround has no interior panels, no paint, and around a quarter of the components (700) of a conventional passenger car, reports TechCrunch, helping it to a claimed 200-mile range between recharges. Most impressively, Spiri is aiming for passenger journey pricing on a par with bus tickets in the selected cities it aims to launch in – and free travel for drivers who pick up passengers along their way, in a neat twist/extension to the usual on-demand offering. The system is based around ‘virtual bus stops’ and pick-up points, with ‘Spiri hubs’ for parking and recharging. Design-wise, it’s an interesting thing with closely-placed front wheels (Spiri also experimented with a three-wheel layout, it appears) for a max-capacity interior, seating four plus luggage with wide-opening doors for easy access.

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Maruti Suzuki to discontinue the Celerio diesel in India

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Based on the report from the Economic Times, the Indian carmaker is planning to slowly discontinue the 800cc diesel engine from the segment of passenger cars. Currently, the Maruti Suzuki Celerio is available with the 800cc diesel engine, which is the first one in the diesel engine family. The Indo-Japanese car maker has developed this small diesel engine for the passenger car market without any help from others.

Related: Seven new Maruti cars to launch in India by 2017

From the last one year, the diesel market has poor demand in the country due to some industrious reasons and a lot of factors. Especially, the graph of the entry-level segment falls down with the different reasons. The price gap between the petrol and diesel powered cars and the Supreme Court’s unstable policy on the diesel-powered cars are the main reasons. Besides, the implementation of the Bharat Stage VI (BS VI)…

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Valeo partnered with Gemalto to ensure security of its virtual car key Valeo-InBlue®

Paris, September 21, 2016 – Valeo, one of the world’s leading automotive suppliers, has partnered with Gemalto, the world leader in digital security, to ensure the security of its Virtual Car Key System called Valeo-InBlue®. With Valeo-InBlue®, drivers can use their smartphone or connected watch to lock, unlock and start their car,  control applications and remotely access useful vehicle data using Bluetooth.

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This innovation is based on an on-board equipment, connected to a Smartphone Development Kit (SDK) hosting a secured virtual car key provided by the Valeo cloud-based platform.

Valeo-InBlue® leverages the Gemalto Allynis Trusted Services Hub (TSH) solution providing secure Over-The-Air (OTA) deployment and lifecycle management of applications and sensitive credentials for vehicles. Thanks to Gemalto security solutions, virtual car keys are securely sent to smartphones and stored with a high level of security that is comparable with current mobile payment solutions being deployed with banks around the world.

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Valeo-InBlue® is compatible with Android or iOS based smartphones on any mobile network. This easy to implement solution makes the technology deployable on any market.

“In 2015, 1.4 billion smartphones were sold worldwide and the number of smartwatches is expected to reach 50 million this year, opening the door to a world of possibilities to leverage devices with smart car applications” said Marc Vrecko, President of Valeo’s Comfort and Driving Assistance Business Group. “Gemalto is a pioneer of secure connected car technology and its proven Trusted Service Hub has helped us deliver next generation services with enhanced security for drivers and car manufacturers.”

With Valeo-InBlue®, authorized users can remotely register new connected devices for use with a vehicle and receive vehicle information such as car location and fuel level, enabling easy secured car sharing and simplified rentals.

“People love their cars as much as their connected devices. The convergence of the two is transforming the automotive sector enhancing performance, safety and driver comfort, and is a stepping stone to new upcoming mobility services starting by easier car rental & sharing”said Frederic Vasnier, Executive Vice-President Embedded Software and Products, Gemalto. “Valeo-InBlue® technology defends against key fob hacking thus improving security and convenience for drivers. It establishes an entirely new marketplace that Frost & Sullivan says will be used by 26 million people by 2020.”


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About Valeo

Valeo is an automotive supplier, partner to all automakers worldwide. As a technology company, Valeo proposes innovative products and systems that contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions and to the development of intuitive driving. In 2015, the Group generated sales of €14.5 billion and invested over 10% of its original equipment sales in research and development. Valeo has 148 plants, 19 research centers, 35 development centers and 15 distribution platforms, and employs 88,800 people in 32 countries worldwide.Valeo is listed on the Paris stock exchange and is a member of the CAC 40 index..

About Gemalto

Gemalto is the global leader in digital security, with 2015 annual revenues of €3.1 billion and customers in over 180 countries. Gemalto is the world’s largest manufacturer of SIM cards. We bring trust to an increasingly connected world.Our 14,000+ employees operate out of 118 offices, 45 personalization and data centers, and 27 research and software development centers located in 49 countries.

Source: Valeo

5 Reasons to Use uberPOOL — Uber Global

For most people, riding with Uber is all about getting from Point A to Point B. But the transportation experience can offer much more than that. When you select uberPOOL at the bottom of your app screen, you can share your ride with others who are heading the same direction—and get so much more than…

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Suzuki Motorcycles India to seek Maruti Suzuki’s support for dealership expansion; Existing Maruti dealers were asked to take two wheeler dealerships too!

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Suzuki Motorcycles is planning to expand its business in India, for which the company is seeking help from its sister concern – Maruti Suzuki. Under this strategy, the company aims to use Maruti’s vast network and reach to spread the two-wheeler business. It has approached many existing Maruti Suzuki dealerships to add them as sellers of its products.

Additionally, Suzuki is also working on expanding the common component supplier base between the car and two-wheeler businesses. This will help in bringing costs down, thus making Suzuki motorcycles more affordable in the country.

Despite being in the country for around a decade, Suzuki Motorcycles hasn’t managed to capture a significant share of India’s two-wheeler market. During FY 2015-16, Suzuki sold 3,13,300 two-wheelers in the country, which is a drop of 8% as compared to the previous year, while the overall industry grew by 3%. With a market share of just 1.9%, the company is trailing behind players like Hero, Honda, TVS, and Bajaj.

Meanwhile, Maruti Suzuki has managed to cap around 50% of the car market. Hence, the two-wheeler arm is now trying to benefit from Maruti’s exposure and experience in the Indian market, in order to enhance its footprint in the country.

Suzuki has already invested around Rs. 3,000 crore in the Indian two-wheeler business and reported its first ever profit last year. At present, it has a production capacity of 0.7 million units per year.

Source: Business Standard

Federal Automated Vehicles Policy: Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by DOT Press Office

Today, Secretary Foxx announced USDOT’s Federal Automated Vehicles Policy – new guidance that establishes a framework for the safe, effective incorporation of automated vehicle technology.

We’ve developed this FAQ along with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to address some common questions about the Policy and automated vehicles (AVs) in general.

Picture of Secretary Foxx at AV event

How is this making the roads safer?

In 2015, 35,092 people died in traffic crashes; 2.4 million people were injured. Ninety-four percent of crashes are caused in some way by human choice or error. Ultimately, automation features in vehicles could prevent many of the crashes that are caused by unsafe driving, potentially saving tens of thousands of lives each year.

How soon can I get a car with self-driving technology?

If you have a new car today, you might already have a lower level of life-saving automated technology working for you. For instance, some automated aspects –such as automatic emergency braking and electronic stability control – may be found in cars you may already drive.

Higher levels of automation are forthcoming. A number of companies have announced advancements in automated vehicle production and some expect to deploy self-driving vehicles – operating in certain scenarios –  by the beginning of the next decade.

What if I want to drive?

This guidance considers all levels of automated vehicles. Manufacturers are looking at options to build vehicles that may function in both driverless and human-piloted modes.

Are all automated vehicles the same?

Levels of automation vary, and each manufacturer of this technology may approach these levels differently.  The Policy adopts the standard industry definitions for levels of automation, as established by SAE International, a global association of engineers and technical experts. To learn more, visit SAE.org.

Will drivers need any sort of training?

This guidance informs a state model approach, which includes a framework for state-level education on the operation of automated vehicles on the road. The Policy envisions cooperation among USDOT, states, vehicle manufacturers, and other industry actors to ensure that drivers receive proper education and training about automated technologies.

Does our country’s infrastructure have to change to accommodate this new technology?

Currently, manufacturers are designing AVs with existing infrastructure in mind. Going forward, communities will likely reconsider how they design their infrastructure to take full advantage of the potential for AVs to increase safety, reduce congestion, decrease air pollution, save energy, and generate other positive effects.

Through initiatives like the Smart City Challenge, USDOT is encouraging communities to develop forward-thinking plans to incorporate new technologies, including AVs, into their roadways, transit systems, and other transportation infrastructure.

What are other countries doing to regulate this type of technology?

Currently, no other country has developed regulations for highly automated vehicles.  The United States is the first country to publish comprehensive guidance on these technologies.

I have more questions or feedback about USDOT’s AV Policy. Can I submit them?

We want to hear from you! See our Federal Register notice for instructions on submitting comments on the Policy.

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