Bosch, the global supplier of technology and services, has announced the establishment of an Automotive Research and Development Centre in Limerick, creating 30 jobs over the next two years.
Focus of the activities in Limerick will be on semiconductor products as well as automotive electronics.
The Mid west region is emerging as a hub for automotive software and system development. The establishment of Bosch’s Automotive R&D Centre in Limerick recognises the increased demand for semiconductors as car design evolves
Initial development at the facility will include integrated circuits for radar sensors, which has applications for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems such as Automatic Emergency Braking, Collision Avoidance and Adaptive Cruise Control as well as radar technologies for automated driving.