New Branch Office in Japan

We have expanded our operations in Japan and opened a new branch office in Nagoya on July 8th to support the growing demand in the Japanese market. Leading the new team is Kenichi Horibe, Nagoya Branch Office Manager, his team will be focusing on providing engineering services to EB 's customers in the region.

Interested in working at Elektrobit in Japan? We are currently hiring software engineers and sales staff for the western and middle regions of the country. For more information please contact us at info-jp@elektrobit.com.

Innovative test drive support

The German magazine Hanser Automotive published an article "EB Assist Car Data Recorder - Innovative test drive support" with Andreas Binner, Head of Technology Driver Assistance at EB Automotive. 

Read the article about challenges of test drive recordings and how drivers' and engineers' work can be more efficient, convenient and safe in English or German.

End of support for Windows XP

After twelve years of lifetime, Microsoft ended their support for Windows XP end of March 2014. Up to now, Windows XP was one of the operating systems on which EB GUIDE ran and we therefore supported it. We will end this support on June 30th, 2014 and will not do new bug fixes after that date for Windows XP. Of course, you can still run EB GUIDE on Windows XP after that date, but we will not give any further guarantees. We recommend running EB GUIDE Studio on either the Windows Vista or Windows 7 operating system. Please contact us in case you have any concerns or questions.

Elektrobit wins top award at Telematics Detroit 2014

EB wins Best Telematics Safety and Security Award for Driver Assistance Software Solutions developed with Daimler. Read the press release.

New horizons for automated driving

See what it is about and read our press release here.

Lean Development Model for automotive software

The German magazine heise Developer published an article about our Lean Development Model (LDM). Ch. Hausner and M. Dusch, employees at EB Automotive, explain the LDM, as a tailor-made development approach that combines agile methods and lean principles, especially for the use of embedded automotive SW development. Read the article in English or German.

People on the move

Reinhold Mertens, Vice President Business Development and Key Partnerships at EB Automotive, has retired at the end of February 2014 and will formally leave EB by the end of August 2014. EB expresses big thanks for his long-term dedication and achievements for developing EB’s automotive software business.

Martin Schleicher will be stepping into leading Key Partnerships in addition to his role of leading EB Automotive Marketing and Strategy.

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