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ZF strengthens its AI competence with technology collaborations

Join hands with Israeli technology companies: Cognata and OptimalPlus

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ZF Group, Cognata, OptimalPlus, Vision Zero, Zero accidents and zero emissions, Plant operations management, ADAS validation operations, Dr. Dirk Walliser

As a part of its next generation mobility solutions to achieve Vision Zero, zero accidents and zero emissions, ZF Group announced its strategic collaboration with Israeli technology companies Cognata and OptimalPlus. These technology enterprises bolster ZF’s competence in the area of plant operations management, and the enhanced efficiency of ADAS validation operations.

ZF continually enhances its systems in the areas of digital connectivity and automation in order to allow vehicles to see, think and act. The announcement of the collaborations with Israeli tech start-ups Cognata and OptimalPlus underpins ZFs innovation management process which entails working collaboratively with the technology ecosystem, in addition to its own in-house research and development. Commenting on the collaborations, Dr. Dirk Walliser, ZF Senior Vice President Corporate R&D said: “We believe Israel is one of the hotbeds for tech innovations. At ZF, we seek to work jointly with this ecosystem to develop technologically advanced solutions that will shape future mobility and create value-added affiliations and market catalysts.“

ZF’s collaboration with Cognata is in the area of ADAS raw data management and transformation. This collaboration will enhance our capabilities in ADAS data management for validation. ZF will be collaborating with OptimalPlus to improve plant performance and jointly bring specialized software products in the future.

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