Personnel change at the helm of Porsche Digital GmbH: Mattias Ulbrich is new CEO of the fully-owned Porsche subsidiary. Alongside Mattias Ulbrich, Stefan Zerweck has been appointed to the management board as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the digital subsidiary.
New technologies, new partners, new commitment: In recent months, Porsche has invested in various start-ups - including "Miles". Now the sports car manufacturer has even increased its investment in the Californian company. The Porsche Newsroom provides an overview of activities around the globe.
Germany wants to use artifical intelligence to reinforce its position as a leader of global industry. Porsche is promoting the use of centaur systems that combine capabilities of people and machines. What’s the potential?
A sports car subscription: Porsche and the Munich-based mobility and FinTech company Cluno are now launching “Porsche inFlow”, an offering that allows exclusive and flexible vehicle use in Germany for a monthly package fee. The sports car manufacturer is therefore further extending its portfolio of innovative mobility concepts.
Porsche is inviting developers from around the world to work on digital mobility solutions for future Porsche sports cars just in time for the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona: today, on Tuesday, 26 February, the second edition of the “Porsche Next OI” developer competition is being kicked off.
Using a tablet to access the lifting platform: Porsche tests autonomous driving in the company’s own workshop. The test project is part of a collaboration in the context of the Startup Autobahn innovation platform, and is scheduled for completion in mid-2019.
Historically, physical elements have been tested in prototype status. In future, it will be possible to instead digitally experience components and highly networked functions within the overall vehicle at Porsche. The Porsche Newsroom looks at a few examples.