Open Innovations Forum-2016. Interview with Josef Neuhaeusler, General Manager Carbures Mobility
On October 27, 2016 CompMechLab® participated in the Open Innovations Forum and held, jointly with Skolkovo, a roundtable on “Computer-aided Engineering and Design. Basis of Advanced Manufacturing”.
Josef Neuhaeusler, General Manager Carbures Mobility, Carbures Europe SA was among the most active discussants. Josef has been active for more than 20 years in the automotive industry, mainly in engineering services. He started his technical career in engine development and powertrain integration. Taking over more responsibility, he changed his focus on development of BIW and complete vehicle derivates (Mercedes A-Class, BMW F03, JLR L405), including the development and the set-up of an assembly plant for the armored Mercedes E-Class in Mexico. He managed and developed the Munich offices of IVM Automotive (for 8 years) and EDAG (for 4 years) as a general manager and as a vice-president.
In 2012, he started his own automotive engineering company (aXcep GmbH) with 16 employees and made it grow up to over 50 workers in two years. Josef integrated his company in 2014 into the Carbures Group - a technological industrial group specialized in the manufacturing of composite parts and structures and in designing engineering systems, which operates in the aerospace, automotive, civil works, railway and security industries. Josef is responsible for Carbures Mobility, which includes three business lines: Automotive, Machinery and Railway.
In his interview, Josef Neuhaeusler talked about long-term partnership with CompMechLab and plans for the future.
Computational Mechanics Laboratory, LLC (CompMechLab®) is a partner of Altair Engineering, Inc. and an official distributor of the Altair HyperWorks software products in Russia, CIS and Baltic States. CompMechLab®sells Altair HyperWorks products to enterprises, R&D centers and universities as well as provides technical support and training courses for Altair's customers in Russia.