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      Continental Autonomous Mobility Hungary

      Budapest, Debrecen, Szeged, Győr

      At Continental Autonomous Mobility Hungary, we develop next-generation software solutions that sense and understand the vehicle environment, enabling safe and affordable assisted and automated driving.

      Continental Autonomous Mobility Hungary Ltd. is a part of Continental Automotive Group, a German technology company. It serves as an umbrella organization of the Continental Artificial Intelligence Development Center (est. 2018) and the Application Development Center Budapest (est. 2022).

      Both centers work tirelessly to contribute to Continental’s Vision Zero, a goal to eliminate fatal road accidents. With our software solutions, we are saving lives.

      Our Development Centers

      Artificial Intelligence Development Center

      Continental pioneered AI-based solutions for assisted and automated driving in Hungary establishing the Artificial Intelligence Development Center in Budapest in 2018. Within the center, we deliver software solutions with expertise in AI to Product Lines Parking and Safety within Continental’s Autonomous Mobility Business Area. These software solutions encompass computer vision, sensor fusion, environment modeling, or embedded programming.

      Application Development Center

      Four years after opening the Artificial Intelligence Development Center in Budapest, Continental expanded its operations by establishing the Application Development Center in September 2022, also located in Budapest.

      The Application Development Center specializes in the customization and development of Continental radar systems, including long range radars, satellite radars, and surround radars. Additionally, the center focuses on Continental camera systems, such as satellite cameras and smart cameras. The center is dedicated to Market Europe.

      Continental Autonomous Mobility Hungary headquarters in Budapest includes workspace for the test vehicles and has access to the car tracks of Continental Automotive Hungary Ltd.

      Continental Business Area Autonomous Mobility

      Autonomous driving is one of the major future fields of the automotive industry. Cruising and parking functions, driverless systems, improved human vision, and safety technologies offer potential for making mobility more sustainable, more comfortable and, most importantly, safer.

      With more than 25 years of system knowledge and in-depth integration expertise in the field of assisted and automated driving, Continental offers innovative products from components to complete full-stack system solutions at vehicle level, tailored to individual customer needs. For the autonomous mobility of tomorrow.

      Moreover, the autonomous mobility market is booming, and forecasts show that it will multiply in the next few years. Read more

      Explore Our Fields of Expertise

      Product based AI

      In the past decade, Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based technologies have become an integral part of autonomous mobility. Recent advances are gradually implemented in future products, improving the quality and safety of the delivered functionalities. We are passionate about bringing the state-of-the-art AI to products, foster innovation and disseminate knowledge about the use of Deep Learning in cutting edge automated driving solutions.

      Data Infrastructure and Operation

      Deep Learning and Neural Networks require large amounts of data, stored, and processed. We are proud operators and developers of one of Europe’s largest HPC (High Performance Computing) data processing clusters, enabling our teams worldwide to use a reliable and scalable data storage, transfer, Neural Networks trainings and testing for a smooth and optimized daily operation.

      Algorithms and Architecture

      Automated Driving Systems are based on complex software architectures to ensure execution of our operation chain: Sense, Plan & Act. Component development is executed in agile software developer teams, delivering perception, sensor fusion, and maneuvering function components to products, based on architecture design, handed over to system integration teams along multiple products in the Continental’s Autonomous Mobility product portfolio.

      Application Development

      Our products are reaching end customers, adhering to the functional, safety and quality needs of today’s automotive industry standards. We enable the release and production development of customer projects for both Continental’s component and software products, contribute to vehicle interface integration and testing, hardware-in-the-loop benchmarking, and system engineering.

      Our locations

      Continental Autonomous Mobility Hungary Ltd. headquarters are in Budapest, in the city center, near Kálvin Square. In late 2022, we expanded our operations to Debrecen and Szeged, and are currently in the process of establishing satellite offices in these two cities.

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      Interested in a career that makes a difference? Check out our career opportunities: Job Portal

      Our unique organizational setup

      Our organization has an entrepreneurial and creative drive inspired by start-up businesses. At the same time, we are part of Continental, a long-standing global organization that ensures a clear structure and processes, supported by financial stability, which secures a clear path from idea to product. 

      Our teams comprise some of the best-in-class experts in this field. Peer-to-peer learning and on-the-job training are a regular practice in our work groups. Furthermore, the two centers provide opportunities for end-to-end responsibility, enabling our teams to cover more aspects of the product development value stream.

      Our Values

      Our core values are embedded in our work culture:
      Trust – Trust is the basis for everything we do and the prerequisite for our success. We keep our promises. To all our stakeholders, including: our customers, employees, investors, business partners, politicians, and society.
      Passion To Win – Our products and services always meet the highest quality standards. We overcome obstacles and boundaries. And we never let up in any of these endeavors.
      Freedom To Act – As Continental employees, we have the greatest possible freedom from the outset. At every level, we are encouraged to organize and to take responsibility for our work.
      For One Another – We believe the best teams work together to utilize each other’s strengths, diverse skills, and experiences as a source of inspiration and creativity every day.

      Our offer

      At Continental Autonomous Mobility Hungary, you have the opportunity to work on challenging and exciting projects that contribute to the safe and sustainable mobility, to develop and grow professionally, and see your ideas turn into reality with our test vehicles.

      Within our Senior- and Junior- Ambassador programs, you can further develop your soft skills, and take a part at professional conferences and corporate events.

      We offer a competitive compensation and a wide range of benefits, including: a bonus system, private health insurance, annual flexible benefit system, employee discounts, regular team building events, team outings and gatherings.

      Joining us from abroad

      We have amenities to fully assist you in relocation to Hungary, and the team and the work culture to help you integrate into the new environment. Budapest is a prominent metropolis, based in the heart of Europe. Its size, infrastructure, reasonable living costs, historical background, and cultural and entertainment offers, make it one of the most attractive European cities to reside in. For more information, visit the official Budapest Tourist Organization: https://www.budapestinfo.hu/en/

      We operate as a big team that works and plays together. To keep our bond strong, we cherish our office time, while also offering hybrid work mode with a flexible work schedule.

      Contact

      Continental Autonomous Mobility Hungary Ltd.

      Köztelek utca 6, H-1092 Budapest
      Telephone: +36 1 353 6680 
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      Whistleblowing System

      1. Internal whistleblowing system of Continental Autonomous Mobility Hungary Kft.

      Continental Autonomous Mobility Hungary Kft., (1092 Budapest, Köztelek utca 6., company reg. no.:  01 09 403890.; hereinafter referred to as Continental or CAMH) operates an internal whistleblowing system (hereinafter referred to as the whistleblowing system or system) pursuant to Section 18 (1) of Act XXV of 2023 on complaints, public interest reports and rules for reporting abuse (hereinafter referred to as the Complaints Act).  

      Information about an unlawful or suspected unlawful act, non-compliance or other misconduct may be reported to Continental in writing or verbally using the following contact details:

      Written reports can be sent to Continental:

      • by electronic mail to zoltan.hornyacsek@continental-corporation.com or 
      • by post to the address 1092 Budapest, Köztelek utca 6.


      A verbal report may be made:

      • by phone to +36303818265 (the call will not be recorded) on working days between 9 am and 5 pm, or  
      • in person at 1092 Budapest, Köztelek utca 6., to the Compliance Coordinator, by prior appointment.

       

      2. Procedural rules governing the investigation of the report

      2.1. The following persons can report to Continental's internal whistleblowing system:
      a) an employee of CAMH, as an employee or other person engaged in other employment relationships with CAMH (hereinafter collectively referred to as "Employee"),
      b) an employee whose employment with Continental has been terminated, 
      c) a person wishing to establish an employment relationship with Continental (such as job applicants) for whom the procedure for establishing such a relationship has started,
      d) the individual entrepreneur or individual company if it has a contractual relationship with Continental,
      e) a person with an ownership interest in Continental and a member of Continental's management, executive or supervisory body, including a non-executive member,
      f) a contractor, subcontractor or supplier who has started a procedure to establish a contractual relationship with Continental, or who is or has been in a contractual relationship with Continental, or a person under the supervision and direction of a delegated person,
      g) a trainee and volunteer working at Continental,
      h) a person who intends to enter into a legal or contractual relationship with Continental pursuant to points (d), (e) or (f) for whom the procedure for the establishment of such a legal or contractual relationship has been initiated, and
      i) a person who has ceased to have a legal or contractual relationship with Continental pursuant to points d), e) or f).

      2.2. Continental will send an acknowledgement of receipt of a written report made through the internal whistleblowing system to the whistleblower within seven days of receipt of the written report.

      2.3. The oral report shall be recorded, and the person making the report shall have the right to request that it be supplemented or amended, to sign it as an acknowledgment of acceptance and to receive a copy of it.

      2.4. The contents of the report must be investigated within 30 days of receipt, which may be extended by informing the whistleblower of the expected date of the investigation and the reasons for the extension. The time limit for the investigation of the report shall not exceed 3 months in the case of an extension. During the investigation of the report, the person responsible for the operation of the internal whistleblowing system shall maintain contact with the whistleblower, and may invite the whistleblower to supplement or clarify the report, clarify the facts, provide additional information, and may hear the whistleblower if the content of the report makes this necessary.

      2.5. Continental shall inform the whistleblower in writing of the investigation or lack of investigation, the reasons for the lack of investigation, the result of the investigation of the report and the measures taken or planned.

      2.6. The investigation of the report may be omitted if:

      a) the report was made by an unidentifiable whistleblower,
      b) the report was not submitted by an entitled person entitled to do so pursuant to Article 20 (2) and (3) of the Complaints Act,
      c) the report is a resubmission of the same report by the same whistleblower with the same content as the previous report, or 
      d) the harm to the public interest or to a substantial private interest would not be proportionate to the restriction of the rights of the natural or legal person concerned by the report resulting from the investigation.

      3. Data processing rules

      Continental will keep the identity of the whistleblower confidential at all stages of the investigation and will ensure compliance with the law on the processing of personal data. The internal whistleblowing system is designed to ensure that the personal data of the whistleblower or the person affected by the whistleblowing cannot be disclosed to anyone other than the person investigating the whistleblowing.

      The privacy notice on the internal whistleblowing system can be accessed via the following link - pdf (112KB)

      4. Rules protecting whistleblowers, rights and obligations of whistleblowers

      4.1. Continental will do its utmost to ensure that whistleblowers are adequately protected in the context of legitimate whistleblowing. No adverse action shall be taken against the whistleblower in respect of his/her legitimate report.

      4.2. A report is legitimate if:
      a) the whistleblower has made the report through one of the whistleblowing systems under the Complaints Act, in accordance with the rules set out in the Complaints Act,
      b) the whistleblower has obtained the reported information concerning the circumstances covered by the report in the context of his or her employment-related activities, including the procedure pursuant to Section 20  (2) c) and Section 20  (3) e) of the Complaints Act, and
      c) the whistleblower had reasonable grounds for believing that the reported information concerning the circumstances covered by the report was true at the time of report.

      4.3. During the operation of the internal whistleblowing system, personal data of the 
      a) whistleblower
      b) of the person whose conduct or non-compliance gave rise to the whistleblowing, and 
      c) of the person who may have material information about the facts contained in the whistleblowing,
      which is essential for the investigation of the whistleblowing, shall be processed solely for the purpose of investigating the whistleblowing and remedying or terminating the conduct that is the subject of the whistleblowing and shall be disclosed only to the person authorized to investigate the whistleblowing.

      4.4. A The internal whistleblowing system and its related processes are designed by Continental to ensure that the personal data of the whistleblower who discloses his or her identity and of the person who is the subject of the whistleblowing cannot be disclosed to anyone other than the authorized persons. Pending the conclusion of the investigation or the initiation of formal prosecution as a result of the investigation, the person investigating the report may, in addition to informing the person affected by the report, share information about the content of the report and the person affected by it with other departments or staff of Continental to the extent strictly necessary for the conduct of the investigation.
       

      4.5. To ensure a full investigation of the report, the whistleblower is obliged to cooperate with the person appointed by Continental to carry out the investigation.

      5. Other whistleblowing systems
      5.1. The entities specified in Article 32 (1) of the Complaints Act shall operate a separate whistleblowing system.  It refers to an existing whistleblowing system for an unlawful or suspected unlawful act or group in the separate whistleblowing system of each entity, and

      Anyone can report to the separate whistleblowing system.

      5.2. It is also possible to report through the secure electronic system for public interest reports operated by the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights, for more information see the following link: https://www.ajbh.hu/forduljon-a-biztoshoz

      5.3. In addition to the whistleblowing system, there is also a Continental Integrity Hotline, where reports of the above-mentioned cases can also be made by calling +49 1802 737678. For more information, visit the website: Continental Integrity Hotline

       

      Events

      The upcoming professional events and job fairs where you may meet members of our team, and learn first-hand about our work:

      Schönherz Qpa – Professional Day – 3 October 2023, Budapest, Hungary

      Compass Tech Summit – 5-6 October 2023, Budapest, Hungary,

      Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) Job Fair – 10-11 October 2023, Budapest, Hungary

      SZTE Job Fair – 17 October 2023, Szeged, Hungary

      Debrecen Job Fair – 19 October 2023, Debrecen, Hungary

      The Self-Driving Vehicle Ecosystem: Vehicles, People and Environment – 19 October 2023, Szeged, Hungary

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      Continental is expanding its research and development activities in Hungary

      Announcement Event

      Application Development Centre

      Opening Ceremony

      Szeged expansion

      Announcement Event

      Debrecen expansion

      Announcement Event

      Our test cars