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How to have a good work-life balance?

How to have a good work-life balance?

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I get satisfaction from making a meaningful contribution to my work at Continental Automotive Singapore and balancing family life. How that works? Singapore is a research and development hub for Continental, testing technologies such as radio, navigation, user interfaces, displays, entertainment and controls, with about 1,100 employees. In this innovative environment I am always trying to find opportunities for career…

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Robocar Programming: 7 Functions We Implemented

Robocar Programming: 7 Functions We Implemented

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On October 27th we successfully completed the final version of the Robocar. In total, 20 of our employees participated in the project. Starting September 1st, we continuously added new functions to our Robocar. During this process, we learned the basics of software development and control theory. In this entry, I will briefly outline: What we implemented Our thoughts on…

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New Perspectives through Factory Training

New Perspectives through Factory Training

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From June 1st to July 29th, we worked at our factory in Hamakita (Japan) as part of our J.DRIVE trainee program. Before the start I heard that Continental has strong interest in”Industry 4.0″ (every machine & products are connected). I could’t imagine such a “smart” factory, but I saw it in Hamakita. Most processes are automated and…

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Teambuilding with Powertrain Division Japan

Teambuilding with Powertrain Division Japan

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In Yokohama, Automotive Engineering Exposition (AEE) 2016 started May 25th. We visited the fair as a cross-divisional team. This special visit was planned by Powertrain (PT) Division Japan. I would like to introduce you to the idea of the program and some state-of-the-art technologies I saw at AEE. Teambuilding event across Divisions PT in Japan planned this program for…

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My Internship at Systems and Technology in Mexico

My Internship at Systems and Technology in Mexico

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My name is Aranza, I’m from Guadalajara (Mexico), and I’m about to finish my 6 month internship as a requirements engineer in the  Systems and Technology (S&T-C) group.  The S&T-C group in Guadalajara was started last November with 3 people, (Diego, Jakob and me), so we lived the experience of creating a new group with…

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