Two industry leaders, one shared vision
November 15, 2022 - Our partnership with the Fraunhofer IBP allowed us to develop an objective measurement methodology that determines the impact of microclimate heating/cooling and the central HVAC on occupant comfort using their DressMAN system.
National Intern Day Spotlight: Leaders to the Next Degree
July 29, 2022 - Gentherm’s internship program recognizes that it is important for interns to work alongside other areas of the business to gain exposure and understanding of how global businesses operate.
Creating the Future: Merging Consumer Trends and the Cabin
May 18, 2022 - Whether it is a hot day in the middle of the summer or a chilly winter morning, we all want one thing: to have the inside of the vehicle be comfortable upon entering.
How Electrification will Radically Change the Automotive Supply Chain
March 01, 2021 - In recent years, consumers have begun to ask for more environmentally conscious products and the automotive industry is responding. General Motors has pledged to be completely carbon neutral by 2040 and to offer zero tailpipe emission vehicles by 2035.
June 01, 2021 - Gentherm celebrates its Inclusivity with a look into it’s Diversity, Equity + Inclusion Council Initiatives
Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month
October 18, 2021 - National Hispanic Heritage Month was September 15th to October 15th and throughout the month, Gentherm found many ways to commemorate the cultures, histories and contributions of the Hispanic and Latinx community in the United States.
Technology that’s Shaping the Vehicle of the Future
November 16, 2020 - Once the stuff of cartoons and science fiction, the outrageous depictions of what cars of the future might be like are rapidly becoming rolling realities.
ClimateSense® is the Next Generation of Personalized Vehicle Comfort
January 19, 2022 - “We’re striving to put climate systems for the individual around the person’s body so that you don’t rely on the instrument panel and all of the blowers in that one spot. It actually moves with the individual."
Webinar: Automotive Li-ion Battery Safety
January 24, 2022 - Critical thermal events can occur in Li-ion batteries at any time. The results are not only damaging to property and our environment, but also extremely dangerous for people.
Innovation. Commitment. Vision.
March 08, 2021 - As one of the most rapidly evolving industries in the world today, the automotive sector continues to imagine, create and provide some of the most revolutionary technology ever seen.
Accelerating Automotive Evolution
June 14, 2021 - The rise of electrification in the automotive industry is accelerating each year. The vehicles we’ve been accustomed to for decades are being reimagined and reinvented as a new generation of Electric Vehicles (EVs), poised to deliver never-before-seen lev
Creating a Human-Centric Vehicle Interior Experience
November 17, 2021 - The automotive industry is constantly looking for innovative ways to develop the cars of the future. Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) are revolutionizing the space and are on pace to be major parts of OEM vehicle lineups.
Q&A with Gentherm’s CTO Matt Fisch from SAE’s Thermal Management Systems Symposium
October 13, 2021 - Our team sat down with Matt for a brief Q&A to discuss how thermal management systems and digital integration have the potential to create value and provide a more intuitive "human connection" to Electric Vehicles (EVs).
Battery Technology of the Future: Partnership with Datang NXP Semiconductors
October 20, 2021 - As Electric Vehicles (EVs) continue to rise in popularity with consumers, so will the expectations. Before there is proper electric vehicle charging infrastructure in place, consumer adoption of electric vehicles will be based heavily on vehicle range...
Evolving Electric Vehicles of the Future
August 31, 2021 - Electric vehicles (EVs) have evolved the traditional systems and components requirements for the operation of internal combustion engines. Not surprisingly, this same shift of streamlined efficiency is already occurring within EVs themselves...