Delphi Automotive Systems

As seen in Automotive Design & Production

  • Your Really Smart Car

    Vehicles are being engineered with a silicon infrastructure that does everything from control the powertrain to allowing remote connections—including the possibility of hacking.

  • Delphi's Approach to Automotive Electronics

    The head of Delphi Electronics & Safety, Jugal K. Vijayvargiya, explains that the name of the game today is understanding electronics on a systems level. Of course, having hardware and software expertise matters, too.

  • On Electronics - June 2013

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  • Automotive Electronics & Changes in Product Development

    While consumer electronics have long had a fast development cadence, these speeds are indicative of the pace that the auto industry must move in this space.

  • The Green Guide

    Delphi's exhaust gas heat exchanger; Green Manufacturing 101; What is GreenED?; Ford's Sustainable Materials Shopping List

  • On Electronics: Extending EV Range; Radar and Camera in a Complete Package; Improving Infrared Cameras

    Extending EV Range“Range anxiety,” or concern that electric vehicles (EVs) don’t pack enough power to get drivers everywhere they need to go in one charge, remains an issue.

  • Product Development: The View from Delphi

    Andrew Brown, Jr., heads up tech at Delphi. His focused approach is helping drive the company forward, and is one that may be helpful for others to follow.

  • Sound Generators for EVs

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  • Electronics: Lighter, Faster, Better, Smarter — & Not Typically Automotive

    Technology may entirely transform everything from the instrument panel to the wiring harness—sooner, rather than later.

  • Redefining Infotainment

    "The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress." -Charles Kettering

  • Do You Suppose the Marine Margins Are Better?

    Delphi Corp. is widening its horizons: It has brought out the Delphi XM SKYFi marine kit.

  • HAL Is My Co-Pilot

    With some 40% of traffic fatalities resulting from vehicles going out of their lanes, government, industry and academia are all focusing on the ways and means to prevent this from happening. Here's a look at one project underway that could result in vehicle-installed systems by the end of the decade.

  • Return Of The Electric Car?

    Electric vehicles, hybrid powertrains and fuel cells are generally seen as threedistinctly different development paths, but Delphi's chief technologist is championing a concept that brings them alltogether in one vehicle. Could this be the powertrain of the future?

  • Toward the 'Connected Car'

    Two big trends in automotive electronics: in-car entertainment and wireless connectivity are merging to make vehicles full-fledged “nodes” on the infotainment superhighway.

  • Suppliers Talk about E-Business: It's Becoming Business As Usual

    The exaggerated claims have been quieted. E-business has now become, for some companies, another tool to help achieve better efficiencies. Here's what some companies are doing with this tool.

  • At the IAA in Frankfurt: The Future Is ... Soon

    Traditionally, the second of the two Press Days at the Frankfurt Motor Show is when the supply side of the industry gives its press conferences and blows its trumpet. This year, that second day fell on September 12. Most press conferences were canceled, and those that did take place were solemn affairs that were necessarily cut short. When at presenting the Delphi Automotive Systems' reception, company president J.T. Battenberg, who was visibly moved by what had occurred in his homeland, called for a short silence before going ahead with a foreshortened review. Visteon Automotive Systems' president Pete Pestillo welcomed everybody, but gave no presentation at all, opting to point out that his executives on the stand were there for one-to-one talks.

  • Approaching Electronics

    How Delphi Automotive is working with consumer electronics companies to bring its customers technologies that are more associated with, well, consumer electronics rather than automotive electronics.

  • Cadillac: From the Internet to Smarter Struts

    To be first to market with a new technology is a challenge in these highly competitive times, but Cadillac claims to have done just that with its 2001 Seville and Deville sedans.This Bose “infotainment” radio will provide Internet functionality in addition to tunes.Both models will offer the first application of an OEM-installed personal computer in a car.

  • At Delphi: Where The Lean Get Leaner

    Although they are working the Delphi Manufacturing System hard, team members at the automotive supply company have come to realize that making improvements before equipment hits the factory floor can provide major leverage. Here's a look.

  • Words Heard at SAE 2000: A Select Sampling of the Buzz

    At this year’s SAE 2000 Congress & Exposition there was plenty of buzz and noise inside Cobo Center (including a Visteon-draped People Mover that rolled above the record-setting crowd). Here’s some of the audio, filtered.

 

Contact Information

Phone: 248-813-2985
Fax: 248-813-2670

Mailing Address:
5725 Delphi Dr.
Troy, MI 48098 US