Continental develops combined camera system for automated driving

Continental has developed an appropriate solution in the form of a combined camera system comprising an inward-looking infra-red camera and an outward-looking camera. This system monitors both the driver in the driver’s seat, continuously detecting whether he or she is able to take responsibility for driving, as well as the traffic situation in front of […]

Continental Toulouse Plant Always On The Brink Of Innovation

Continental, a technology company that serves mobility of the future, develops intelligent technologies for the transport of goods and people. It serves industries across the world through five divisions: Chassis & Safety, Powertrain, Interior, Tyres, and ContiTech. In France, the company is present in 18 sites and Continental Automotive in Toulouse is its headquarters. Having […]

Continental starts institute for technology and transformation

Continental has founded an institute for technology and transformation. The primary task of the new institute is the qualification of all employees in Germany. The institute’s services cover Industry 4.0, new drive concepts and digitalization. “As electrification and digitalisation become more widespread, simple tasks are being replaced by more complex tasks that require training. These […]

Continental starts production of technologies for Robo-Taxis

Continental’s technology for driverless vehicles will be in production for the first time in French company EasyMile’s EZ10 autonomous shuttle. Continental has held a stake in this driverless vehicle manufacturer since 2017. “The technological building blocks that enable robo-taxis to operate are available in principle and have been tried and tested in practice. However, we […]

Continental presents low voltage, high performance, full-hybrid vehicle

Continental has presented Low voltage, high performance, a full-hybrid vehicle with 48-volt high-power technology. For a hybrid vehicle to drive using just electricity, the electric part of the drive would normally use high voltage technology – high voltages of up to 800 volts. Continental’s engineers have now succeeded in developing a 48-volt hybrid system that boasts […]