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Brembo to open software and data lab in Silicon Valley

19 Jul 2021

The “Brembo Inspiration Lab” will focus on software development, data science and artificial intelligence.

Brembo to open software and data lab in Silicon Valley

Brembo has announced the opening later this year of a new high-tech lab in California’s Silicon Valley (USA).

Brembo says its “Brembo Inspiration Lab” will be an innovation lab focused on strengthening the company’s expertise in software development, data science and artificial intelligence.

“We are very pleased to open Brembo’s first center of excellence in Silicon Valley. We are entering and investing in this world-renowned location for high technology and innovation with the clear and ambitious goal of addressing the unprecedented challenges impacting the automotive sector,” said Daniele Schillaci, Brembo’s Chief Executive Officer.

“We are in an era of data science and the application of artificial intelligence, which offers us a great opportunity to build our future and strengthen our technological leadership. With the Brembo Inspiration Lab we accept the challenge to increase the company’s digital culture and to bring ‘Made in Brembo’ innovation even closer to our partners.”

The Brembo Inspiration Lab is expected to open in the fourth quarter of 2021. It will welcome talent from various industries to benefit the development of Brembo’s future braking solutions.

Brembo said it is expanding its international presence and continues to grow in North America, where it has been present for over 30 years. It maintains manufacturing hubs in Michigan, New Jersey and Monterrey, Mexico. Its North American headquarters and R&D center is located in Plymouth, Michigan.

The new center of excellence will also be a point of reference for the technological and commercial development of Brembo’s relationships with customers in the Silicon Valley.