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Recognize, regulate and influence emotions better with ‘Emotional Intelligence’

Our head of CoE Safety Management, Sascha Hackmann, is not only an expert in his profession, but he also is a trainer of our INVENSTIY Academy for the training ‘Emotional Intelligence’. In his blog post, he shares some valuable insights on what we are meaning when asking for emotional intelligence as a highly appreciated soft skill.

Recognize, regulate and influence emotions better with ‘Emotional Intelligence’2022-01-13T12:06:17+01:00

Safety Culture Enables the Future of Automotive Development

Each automotive development brings its own set of complexities and dangers. In this blog post, James Garrett, Safety Management Consultant at INVENSITY, talks about what is necessary to overcome these challenges and fully realize these groundbreaking technologies. In short – Safety culture!

Safety Culture Enables the Future of Automotive Development2021-11-16T09:25:29+01:00

5 Key Insights into Automotive Safety Management – Highlights from the Automotive Safety Technologies 2021 Conference

We all know that safety management is an essential part of the automotive engineering. But what seems to be obvious sometimes isn’t that obvious at all. This blog article written by one of our Safety Management experts shares 5 current key insights into Automotive Safety Management with you.

5 Key Insights into Automotive Safety Management – Highlights from the Automotive Safety Technologies 2021 Conference2021-08-10T11:37:24+02:00

Making autonomous driving safer. This is KARLI.

The goal of the KARLI project is to develop an adaptive, responsive and level-compliant interaction between humans and the vehicle of the future and to use Artificial intelligence (AI) methods to develop new safety-related assistance systems. Dr. Marc Großerüschkamp is the Head of Technology Hub and the person responsible for INVENSITY’s part within the KARLI project. In this short interview he provides insights into the project.

Making autonomous driving safer. This is KARLI.2021-08-03T10:16:07+02:00

How to apply ISO 26262 to the development of self driving cars?

How to safely develop self driving cars when there are still so many challenges to face that the current safety standard, the ISO 26262, does not answer? Sascha Hackmann, Safety Management expert at INVENSITY, presents to you the three main challenges and gives suggestions how to approach these.

How to apply ISO 26262 to the development of self driving cars?2021-05-12T09:41:20+02:00