Volvo – Autó-Motor opens its newest software development center in Krakow

Swedish-based Volvo Cars, owned by the Geely concern, wants to make the battery-electric transition by 2030, and the software, which will be developed in-house, will play a much bigger role in these new generation models. Currently, Volvo has Tech Hub centers in Sweden (Stockholm and Lund) and India (Bangalore), and the one in Krakow will join them. In Poland’s second largest city, Krakow, the Volvo Tech Hub will start operating at the end of the year, where they will then prepare programs for driver support systems and entertainment electronics, and with data analysis they will be able to provide feedback already in the early stages of development to developers working in different parts of the world. for engineers. Initially, 120 people will work in the new center, and by the middle of the decade, 5-600 software developers will be employed there.

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