Volvo Cars has announced the opening of a new technology hub for software development in Krakow. This is in order to complete its goal of complete electric traction in its cars till 2030.
Volvo's all-electric vehicles will be developed in the new Tech Hub, which includes safety technologies as well as driver assistance algorithms. Other engineering tasks include developing next-generation connected features or assisting all of the company's innovations through data analytics.
Volvo Cars intends to employ 500 to 600 people in Krakow by 2025, complementing other key engineering facilities across the world.
Volvo Cars has a network of innovation centers spread throughout the world, including in Sweden, India, and China. Each center is based on a single goal, and the business is now seeking qualified embedded software engineers. System architects and testers are also in demand.
Volvo's future electric vehicle is presented in the following ways: it is an all-electric vehicle powered by innovative processors with its own software. The vehicle is available online and is gradually improved through regular over-the-air updates.