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Craig Balis, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Garrett – Advancing Motion, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas 2019, USA

• At CES, the latest and greatest in consumer electronics innovations are on display, and this certainly includes the automotive industry.
• Indeed, today’s vehicle is a consumer electronic device. As soon as you can pair your phone with your car, you have a connected vehicle.
• Tomorrow, higher computing power, Ethernet, 5G, Wi-Fi, and many other technologies will enable vehicles to interact with their surroundings, drive autonomously and provide new capabilities we cannot imagine today.
• As a recognized technology leader in the industry, Garrett Advancing Motion has developed a unique portfolio of monitoring, diagnosis, prognosis and analysis solutions that focus on maintaining vehicle integrity.

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Garrett Vehicle Health Management

Predict and prevent failures that were unpredictable in the past. Keep your car running all the time.
Garrett – Advancing Motion developed Health Indicators that collect and combine throughout the vehicle. Combining multiple inputs, Garrett analytics provides an on-going health status of your car. Health Indicators provide actionable information before the warning light comes on.

Effective Diagnostics: pinpoint efficient repair quickly and easy. Service technician will be able to have diagnosis work done before the car comes to the garage: save time and have spare parts ready.

Predict and prevent failures, fast and efficient service execution, and opportunities in the fields of Engineering, Aftermarket, Parts inventory and planning. The Prognostic Health Indicators and the service procedures will help you stay ahead of the game for future generations of cars.


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Olivier Rabiller, President and CEO of Garrett – Advancing Motion, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas 2019, USA

The automotive industry is facing many challenges associated with advanced connectivity, performance, and safety.
By 2025, every car sold will be connected .
For autonomy and smart mobility automakers must integrate many new technologies with the appropriate safeguards to protect their intended function.
Here at CES, our Garrett Connected Vehicle team is demonstrating the benefits of its differentiated and innovative software portfolio.
Garrett software supports automakers and fleet owners with 3 interconnected elements: cyber security, advanced controls, and integrated vehicle health management.
We can do this by drawing upon our history of more than 60 years of automotive innovation.
Our Garrett automotive software architecture is based upon best practices we developed during the past 30 years for multiple industries.
It has been tailored to meet the unserved needs of the automotive industry. Our customers can count on Garrett Advancing Motion experience and expertise to provide the near-term and long-term solutions needed by our industry.

Olivier Rabiller, President and CEO of Garrett – Advancing Motion

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Racing and Performance

Garrett Motion 4000hp – 1972 Limited Drag Radial Chevy Nova at SEMA 2018

On behalf of FOX Sports, Nik Miles and Mike Caudill, at Las Vegas Convention Center during SEMA 2018, the Specialty Equipment Market Association Show, visited Garrett – Advancing Motion booth.
At SEMA 2018, FOX Sports have uncovered the vehicle with most horsepower present on SEMA floor, 4000hp, the 1972 Chevy Nova + the launch of the G42 series Performance Turbos built for the road and track in mind.

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