Ford Cleveland Engine Plant begins production of twin-scroll 2.0L and 2.3L EcoBoost engines
SGL Group and BASF conclude joint research of innovative polyamide-carbon-fiber composite system; transfer into automotive applications under way

Fujitsu and Isuzu agree to jointly research next-generation vehicle systems for commercial vehicles

Fujitsu Limited and Isuzu Motors reached an agreement to conduct joint research on future technologies with regard to safety, comfort and the environment, to be applied to the commercial vehicles Isuzu markets worldwide.

Specifically, through joint research on energy transition, improvement of vehicle safety, and reduction of driver burden, the two companies will leverage their respective strengths to develop systems best suited to commercial vehicles, and anticipate deploying such technologies to future vehicles.

Fujitsu and Isuzu have a relationship that goes back to 1990 when they formed the joint venture, TRANSTRON Inc., which developed products such as electronic controllers and on-board telematics devices. With the growing need in recent years for environmental measures that reduce CO2 emissions and driver-assistance systems that enable safer driving, the two companies seek to combine and utilize Fujitsu’s information and communication technology and Isuzu’s knowledge and experience with respect to commercial vehicles.


The comments to this entry are closed.