The move towards improving technology in automotive once resided in Tokyo, Detroit, and Stuttgart. Now, more manufacturers are turning to the San Francisco bay area for their latest innovations. Specifically, they're investing into Silicon Valley where the greatest minds in computers often migrate to for the ease of finding jobs willing to pay well for technological talents.
Ford is the latest to invest heavily into capturing Silicon Valley brilliance. As they put it over at Driving Sales News:
The company already has similar research and innovation centers in Dearborn and Aachen, Germany. The facility in Dearborn focuses primarily on advanced electronics, human-machine interface, materials science, and big data and analytics. The center in Germany is focused on next-generation powertrain research, driver-assist technologies and active safety systems.
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