MUNICH, Germany Vector Informatik has opened an office in the Seoul. With the move, the company intents to allow for the growing importance of Korean automotive suppliers in the world market.
The new subsidiary will offer Korean customers consultation services for new standards in automotive electronics and software such as Autosar, CAN, FlexRay, LIN and MOST bus. In addition, the company plans to sell its systems and technology for ECU tests and calibration, automotive electronics diagnostics, software development and process management. The subsidiary will be headed by Thomas Geyer.
The company said the launch of an own subsidiary will not affect the relationship to its longtime distribution partner Hanil ProTech, which Vector described as very good.