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Apr 09, 2019

On April 3,  Borealis informed that it showed various first commercial interior applications, including lower dashboard, glove box and centre console mouldings used in the new Skoda Scala compact car as well as in the automaker’s new Kamiq urban sports utility vehicle at VDI Plastics in Automotive Engineering (PIAE) congress.
Borealis Daplen and Fibremod long glass fibre thermoplastic materials are also used in further Scala parts, from the interior door panels and dashboard carrier to the front-end module.
The lower dashboard, glove box and centre console of the new Skoda Scala are moulded in Daplen EE058AI, a low density 10 percent talcum filled and elastomer modified polypropylene compound from Borealis, enabling weight savings of 6.5 percent over the previous 20 percent talc solution.

Borealis press release

Apr 08, 2019

On April 5, Infineon informed that it broke ground for the new site in Linz. By the summer of 2020 the new building will provide room for 400 employees – and thus in the medium run for 220 new jobs. 
Today, 180 people work for the development center. Its main focus is on 77 GHz radar chips for driver assistance systems. Components for mobile telephony and navigation applications are another key area of the company’s business.
The further development of advanced driver assistance systems, smartphones, tablets and navigation devices is a powerful driver of growth for Infineon. And the semiconductor solutions for all of this are developed in Linz among other locations.

Infineon press release

Mar 28, 2019

On March 27, Santa Ana, California-based MSC Software, a Hexagon company, and AVL List GmbH in Austria announced a collaborative partnership for research, development and customer projects in the field of simulation and testing of Autonomous Driving (AD) and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) systems.
As the leading test system provider, AVL is developing a scenario-based open verification and validation toolchain to generate operational scenarios, create the relevant test cases, and execute testing and homologation of automated driving functions in combined virtual and real road environments.
Hexagon’s VIRES VTD (Virtual Test Drive) is a tool-suite for the creation, configuration, presentation and evaluation of virtual environments in the scope of road and rail based ADAS/AD simulations.
It covers a full range from the generation of 3D content to the simulation of complex traffic scenarios and, finally, to the simulation of either simplified or physically driven sensors.
Due to its open and modular nature, VTD can easily be interfaced and integrated into other AD applications.
MSC Software, which employs 1,400 professionals in 23 countries, is part of Hexagon, a leading global provider of information technology solutions.

(AVL press release on March 27, 2019)