Helping people reach their fullest potential and putting the customer above all else is what Bose is all about.
Critical listening rooms have become an essential tool for engineers in the Automotive Systems Division of Bose Corporation. Bud MacLellan, Bose Automotive Engineering Support Group Manager, provided insight into what these rooms are, how they are used and how they help take the performance of our automotive systems to a higher level.
At Bose, Dr. Bose taught us that to be better, we have to be different. His legacy lives on throughout Bose and now extends to Bose Ventures. This new funding group supports innovative entrepreneurs who strive to do things better. Bose Ventures invests in startups that are developing apps, services, and technology for wearables, wellness, audio, and AR.
"Bud’s Jam” is an annual event that celebrates the musical talents shared by so many Bose employees. Bands made up of employees from all across the company come together to jam and perform for an enthusiastic crowd.
At Bose, innovation fills our halls (literally).
Specifically, Mr. Pelliccio discussed introducing new features and unconventional solutions to solving problems. He addressed specific Bose technologies such as Active Sound Management that can add value by helping car makers improve sound characteristics, vehicle dynamics and fuel efficiency. He also spoke about non-entertainment features including Bose Aware signal steering which can add a new dimension to driver awareness with precise placement of vehicle sound signals and warnings.
Bose Corporation recently combined our Automotive, Consumer Electronics and Professional groups into a new, expanded Shanghai office to enhance operations, collaboration and efficiency.
To accommodate our growing business in Japan, Bose Corporation recently combined our Automotive and Consumer Electronics groups into a new, expanded Tokyo office facility.
Bose is the most "influential" audio brand among all countries surveyed, excluding China, with Sony coming in at number two.