The 45,000-square-foot facility will include high-tech equipment, a testing lab and new services for ADAS systems.
Plug and Play Detroit powered by AmplifyD will secure space in downtown Detroit for the innovation hub in the first quarter of 2020 with plans to open its doors by June.
The company says this state-of-the-art technology hub will deepen Wipro’s relationship with Detroit’s automotive community, develop and showcase next-generation technologies and solutions for automotive OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers, insurers, technology companies and others.
This acquisition marks the ninth store location in the past 12 months for Auto-Wares.
With an additional PDC opened earlier this year in Winchester, Virginia, FCA US has invested $22.6 million in 2017 to strengthen its parts distribution network in the U.S.
The Nuance DRIVE Lab will be a hub for research and learning that will advance user interfaces in cars, ultimately providing drivers with safer, smarter and more enjoyable in-vehicle experiences and giving automakers the ability to differentiate with excellent user experiences.
Casey Swanseger, designer at a Detroit automotive OEM, and Ian Bass, student at the College for Creative Studies, won the 2017 Middlecott Sketch Experiment presented by BASF.