HELLA to open its first R&D center in Iasi
HELLA is set to open an engineering and development project in the Palas Campus office project developed by IULIUS in downtown Iasi. HELLA will occupy 1,300 sqm in the upcoming business hub in what will be the largest office building as surface area in Romania.
Palas Campus Iașs, an investment upwards of 120 million Euro by IULIUS, is scheduled to open in the first quarter of next year and will include a research and development center of HELLA Company. An automotive industry and spare parts supplier for more than 100 years now, HELLA develops and produces electronic components and lighting systems for major car manufacturers.
The HELLA center will span on 1,300 sqm and will accommodate a team of approximately 100 engineers. The specialists in the new location will focus on complex products and innovative technologies that develop autonomous (self-driving) vehicles.
“HELLA found in Iași a strong community of qualified specialists trained in the local universities. We will be working with advanced technologies on innovative radar product designs that help develop the autonomous driving megatrend. In doing so, we want to provide our team with working conditions measuring up to the highest standards. In Palas Campus we have access to modern infrastructure on par with that provided in other Western cities where we operate, and we can thus offer employees an attractive and inspiring work environment in which they can design innovative projects,” stated Marius Adam, the newly appointed Manager of the new HELLA Technical Center Iași.
For the research and development center in Iași, HELLA Company is looking for specialists in System Engineering, Software Development, Software Testing, and System Testing.