Listen in! Employees give insights into their jobs.
In our new podcast series, we spend a few minutes with different colleagues from our company. They give exciting insights into their jobs, talk about their projects, challenges, what it’s like to work at Valeo and how they experience the many facets of our corporate culture.
Designing the front of the vehicle
Listen to Valeo’s first podcast on how project business, quality and innovation work together in the R&D front end.
Career in Purchasing
Colleagues give exciting insights into our purchasing department and report on their daily challenges.
Autonomous Driving @ Upper Franconia
Autonomous on the motorway – and in the city! The future made in Upper Franconia! Colleagues from a wide range of areas talk about the challenges at the Upper Franconian location in Kronach.
Developing customers with tact and diplomacy and successfully leading global R&D automotive projects to their goal.
Radar technology at its best
Leen, Ernst and Miquel tell us about their work to make cars safer and about the upcoming new developments. The radar platform at Valeo addresses trending topics such as artificial intelligence, robotics and combining them with automotive safety.
System Metier: Making cars safer
Make cars safer Never drive yourself into the garage again and ensure less risk on the roads. In this podcast, you will learn about the challenges that function owners and project leaders face and how nice it is to see your own developments on the road.
Service & Warehouse: Career in the automotive aftermarket
Valeo’s warehouse stores components for the aftermarket and makes them available to the garages.
Alexandra, Wim and Yearn tell us about their experience in Valeo’s service department. Together they work on international service projects, with road safety always at the heart of their work.
LiDAR Technology Development: Making Autonomous Driving a reality
In this Podcast Sanjay, Nelson and Lukasz tell us about one of the most exciting projects in recent years. They brought autonomous driving into series production. The first approved Level 3 system for autonomous driving is in the S-Class from Mercedes Benz. Our three guests played a leading role in the development of this future technology. There were many challenges from the test phase to series production for Valeo’s Comfort & Driving Assistance Systems Product Group.
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