To Magneti Marelli, “integration” is an important word, one of the key terms that represent the company’s very nature and vocation.
The picture of the automotive challenges of tomorrow sees, on the one hand, the four strategic areas or “pillars” for mobility evolution – Sustainability, Connectivity, Safety and Accessible Mobility – and on the other hand certain areas that are complementary to and necessary for this evolution process – such as the world of Services (information and applications for motorists and vehicles), of infrastructures (data collection and distribution and flows, monitoring, etc.), and of new frontiers in Aftermarket Assistance – and as cross-sectional element, the evolution of electronics as an enabling factor and catalyst of processes. On the basis of its historical experience in the automotive sector and of the acquired technological assets, of the current dominance over the strategic business areas in this field and of the cross-sectional competence in electronics and in its evolutionary dynamics, Magneti Marelli can grasp this picture as a whole and provide integrated and “systemic” technological answers.
Understanding and anticipating the problems faced by carmakers during the design, development and construction of a vehicle; contributing to the building of a balanced and sustainable relationship between vehicle and external environment; enabling the vehicle, its technology and its systems to communicate with central infrastructures, with other vehicles and with other “consumer” electronic devices which everybody owns today: when faced with such complex challenges, an integrated approach and knowledge represent a decisive answer.
In this context, then, Magneti Marelli aspires to be an enabling element and player for the purpose of encouraging an optimal integration of the “automobile system” in connection with its components, with the industrial process that creates it, with the people who “inhabit” it, and with the world that surrounds it.