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Start-ups meet DSA at DemoDay 2020

Why are start-up companies interesting for SMEs and how can the newcomers benefit from successful companies? This was the topic of Ansgar Schleicher, Managing Director of DSA and DSA Invest, who presented an inspiring keynote at... more


The road to the future runs to ‘Connected Vehicle Solutions’

Future success for automotive manufacturers depends on their ability to meet the demands of the digital world. This involves in particular focusing on digitally connected solutions for the various phases of a vehicle's life... more


e.Go uses DSA Multi-Function Tester MFT-3

After the successful commissioning of a DSA flashing station last year, the Aachen-based electric vehicle manufacturer e.Go Mobile AG also put the DSA multi-function tester MFT-3 into operation. With the MFT-3, e.GO flashes... more


DSA Systems appoint Michael Wells as President and CEO

DSA Systems, Inc. announces the appointment of Michael Wells as president and CEO. Michael moves from the role of director of operations taking over from interim president Dr. Tobias Katz. Tobias continues his role as Global Head... more


CAN FD Implementation for various DSA Products

ECUs require an ever-increasing amount of firmware data. Hence, the programming time has also increased drastically. In the production line, time is a critical cost factor.Modern vehicles do not only use Diagnostics over IP... more


Coding the New - the MAN Hackathon 2019

With the title </Coding the New>, a DSA team joined the MAN Hackathon from December 5-7, 2019 in Munich. In a well-organized competition, the challenge was to develop answers to the question of how transport vehicles can... more


Successful Project Work in AEF Expert Teams

As a member of the Agricultural Industry Electronics Foundation (AEF) since 2012, DSA has been committed to establishing international electronics standards in agricultural engineering. Following the principle "Together we... more

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