History

Visteon has a proud automotive heritage, starting as a spin-off from Ford Motor Company and having acquired Johnson Control’s electronics business. Visteon has successfully transformed its business into a focused electronics supplier with market leading positions in Asia, Europe and North America. Today, Visteon’s 11,000 employees around the world are dedicated to applying our talent, technology and global resources to transformation the vehicle cockpit electronics experience.

A Global Technology Leader

As one of the world’s largest cockpit electronics providers – and the only one focused exclusively on cockpit electronics – Visteon designs, engineers and manufactures advanced electronics products and connected car solutions that deliver a rich, connected experience for drivers and passengers.  Visteon supplies virtually all leading automakers, including BMW, Daimler, Ford, General Motors, Nissan and Hyundai.

Visteon Bulgaria

Visteon Electronics Bulgaria is a technical center with more than 680 employees with expertise in Software, Hardware and Mechanics. It is Visteon’s second largest development center, focused currently on the design and development of over 30 projects for millions of cars in future mass production.

Departments

Visteon Electronics Bulgaria includes 7 Departments in diverse fields.

Software department is responsible for software development of automotive devices such as embedded systems for instrumental clusters, displays, body electronics, connectivity & infotainment.
System department is composed of two subdivisions. Testing division or Product Validation domain is developing automated tests based on system requirements specification. Executes tests against the real product and analyses test results. Products’ Specifications division– System requirements domain is responsible to deliver requirements specification to the other skills, in consistence with customer specifications and expectations.
Mechanics Department takes part in all projects for diverse automotive electronic devices, the department is responsible for mechanical design and development of sets for automotive industry, CAD models and drawings, tolerances, calculations of plastic and metal parts etc.
Electrical department is responsible for hardware development of automotive devices, part of the design process that includes: Architecture Design, Design Implementation and Verification. It supports the product development teams with various activities such as PCB Design, environmental testing, EMC & Mechanical analysis, prototyping and optics analysis. In addition to the engineering activities performed by the group, ES Sofia also manages equipment calibration (IMTE), release of technical documentation and development of internal tools.
Quality Department monitors the implementation of all projects to internal and external requirements consistent with the development of devices for the automotive industry.
Information Technologies, Finance, Human Resources, Purchasing, Translations and Office administration teams.