Porsche Engineering opens the second technology center in Romania

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By Edwig Ban
Porsche Engineering, a technology and subsidiary service provider wholly owned by Porsche AG, opens a second technology center in Romania. With a new research and development center in Timisoara, Porsche Engineering is expanding its network of innovation centers for the development of the intelligent and connected vehicles of the future.
The new office expands and completes the digital skills of the center in Cluj-Napoca, founded in 2016, where over 250 employees are already working on various high-tech car projects.
“The technological activities of Porsche Engineering in Romania are a great success story. The steady growth – supported by highly qualified software and software development specialists in Cluj-Napoca – has motivated us to consider expanding with a second presence in Romania, ”says Dirk Lappe, Chief Technology Officer of Porsche Engineering.
The company aims to hire approximately 50 people in Timisoara in 2021 and has a medium-term goal of hiring 200 specialists. Porsche Engineering will hire software development and testing experts in the first instance, who will work on a variety of automotive projects.
The center in Timisoara will serve as a new pillar in Porsche Engineering’s global innovation network, which stretches from Germany and the Czech Republic to the Nardò test circuit and from Italy to Shanghai, China.

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