GE has announced that it has signed an agreement with a major automotive supplier for its Billet Technology application development system (ATDS).GE’s acquisition of the Billet Technologies application development platform (ATSP) is the latest in a series of significant acquisitions by the company over the past few years.
GE has also recently invested heavily in automotive manufacturing, and is already developing new technologies for autonomous driving.
The GE Billet Advanced Technology Solutions (BAST) platform is designed to help companies accelerate and accelerate, and ultimately eliminate the need for humans in the manufacturing process.
It uses an open architecture, which enables developers to write software to perform tasks using a single machine.
The platform is the brainchild of GE’s chief technology officer, Rob Karpinski.
GE’s announcement follows the company’s acquisition by China’s Qiyi Electronics of BAST in 2015.
The BAST platform is intended to accelerate the development of automation in manufacturing processes and accelerate its use across industries.
Its modular architecture means it can be scaled up or down depending on the needs of a company.
GE is working on software for the BAST technology, which could be deployed in industrial robots or other industrial machines.
The announcement follows recent announcements from GE and other car manufacturers that they are exploring a partnership for BAST applications in a wide range of applications, from autonomous driving to self-driving cars.
GE also announced the first BAST prototype in 2018, which was used to demonstrate autonomous driving in autonomous driving mode.
“We are excited about the prospect of a future where we will be able to leverage our unique combination of automotive manufacturing expertise and advanced automotive software to help our customers deliver more jobs and products faster,” said Doug O’Neill, vice president of automotive products at GE, in a statement.
“Our BAST and Automated Vehicle Solutions are enabling companies to rapidly move toward a fully automated future and to be part of the solutions that make that possible.”
The announcement comes as GE is already investing heavily in its automotive manufacturing and has announced a range of investments, including the purchase of a $3 billion plant in Tennessee and $3.2 billion in research and development in the United States.