Bosch expands in Hungary – creating 200 new jobs
The German electronics giant is expanding its operations in Hungary by setting up a center for the development and testing of future-proof automotive technologies.
The foundation stone of Bosch’s 3,500 square metre complex has been in Zalaegerszeg, Hungary. The new Bosch location that will become home to 200 engineers tasked to research and test technology related to autonomous driving, e-mobility and artificial intelligence (AI). The Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency states in a press release that the project represents an investment of EUR 11.4 million
Once the R&D centre is up and running, the 200 new engineers will have 2,000 square metres of office space and a workshop of 1,500 square metres at their disposal.
The specialists at Zalaegerszeg will mainly focus on improving advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and working on different aspects of autonomous driving, the report continues.