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July 03, 2015 1:24 PM ET

Auto Components

Company Overview of ZF TRW Automotive Holdings Corp.

Company Overview

ZF TRW Automotive Holdings Corp., through its subsidiaries, designs, manufactures, and sells automotive systems, modules, and components to automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and related aftermarkets. The company operates through four segments: Chassis Systems, Occupant Safety Systems, Electronics, and Automotive Components. The Chassis Systems segment designs, manufactures, and sells products and systems relating to braking, steering, modules, and linkage and suspension. The Occupant Safety Systems segment designs, manufactures, and sells products and systems related to airbags, seat belts, and steering wheels. The Electronics segment is involved in the design, manufacture, ...

12001 Tech Center Drive

Livonia, MI 48150

United States

Founded in 1904

66,900 Employees

Phone:

734-855-2600

Key Executives for ZF TRW Automotive Holdings Corp.

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 61
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President and Treasurer
Age: 51
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Age: 46
Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Age: 60
Principal Accounting Officer and Controller
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

ZF TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. Key Developments

ZF TRW Launches Fusion Systems Integrating Advanced Camera and Radar Systems

ZF TRW has launched its passenger car and commercial vehicle radar and camera fusion systems. The combination of ZF TRW radar and camera offers vehicle manufacturers and their customers a highly sophisticated and robust solution that helps meet the ever-increasing market and regulatory requirements for high level safety systems. Purchasing both the camera and radar from ZF TRW brings added value – as a system integrator ZF TRW develops its own unique algorithms that yield faster response times and a greater range of functionality than buying discrete sensors from different suppliers These systems can also be designed and validated as an integrated package leading to faster time to market.

ZF TRW Receives Contract to Supply Cameras to a European Vehicle Manufacturer in 2018

ZF TRW announced that the initial contracts for its camera system to a premiere European vehicle manufacturer beginning in 2018. The S-Cam4 family includes a single lens, mono-camera version based on a standard housing and mechanical package designed to help meet test protocols such as EuroNCAP pedestrian triggered automatic emergency braking (AEB) and new potential requirements including a crossing bicycle AEB test. The innovative camera family also includes a premium three lens TriCam4 version to support advanced semi-automated driving functions.

ZF TRW Produces Sixty Millionth Electric Park Brake Unit

ZF TRW has recently produced its sixty millionth EPB motor-on-caliper unit. The breakthrough technology was first developed at ZF TRW's global technical center in Koblenz, Germany and the company also now produces EPB in North America and China. EPB is part of ZF TRW's ongoing commitment to enhance overall brake system performance and driver safety and comfort. In addition to providing park brake functionality, EPB is a fully integral part of the brake system with features such as dynamic actuation and brake pad wear sensing and reduces the degradation associated with mechanical systems. The EPB also helps enhances safety in emergency situations with full four-wheel anti-lock functionality versus standard park brake emergency braking only on the rear axle. The EPB functions as a conventional hydraulic brake for standard service brake applications, and as an electric brake for parking and emergency braking. The EPB system, with its electronic cable and control switches, simplifies routing and allows for greater freedom of design for vehicle interiors. Its smaller package becomes even more attractive as vehicle manufacturers continue to requisition vehicle space for new standard features and options. ZF TRW offers a range of EPB solutions including standard EPB, integrated EPB which removes the requirement for a separate Electronic Control Unit due to its integration with the Electronic Stability Control system, and EPB for front axles which can help to make the technology more affordable for a smaller vehicle segments.

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