WABCOについて

当社の歴史

WABCOのルーツは、1869年にジョージ・ウェスティングハウスがエアブレーキ・システムを発明した140年以上前までに遡ります。この技術的な進歩は、米国の国有鉄道の性能を大幅に向上させました。

同じ年、ウェスティングハウスは、20世紀を通じて繁栄したWestinghouse Air Brake Company(WABCO)を設立しました。また鉄道技術以外にも事業を拡大し、欧州や北米の商用車業界向けの画期的な技術を開発しました。

1968年、WABCOはAmerican Standard社に買収され、2007年8月1日、WABCOはニューヨーク株式市場に上場する独立公開企業となりました(銘柄コード:WBC)。

A journey of innovation

WABCO's track record of technological leadership features many of the commercial vehicle industry's most important innovations. Within our space, WABCO is most associated with "industry firsts" such as:

  • 2016 - Breakthrough OnCity™ Urban Turning Assist system, the Company's technology engineered for trucks, buses and tractor-trailers to help protect pedestrians and cyclists in city traffic
  • 2016 - Breakthrough collision avoidance technology for commercial vehicles jointly developed with ZF, the Evasive Maneuver Assist (EMA) combines WABCO's world-class braking, stability and vehicle dynamics control systems on trucks and trailers with ZF's top active steering technology—an industry first
  • 2016 - First door lock control technology (OptiLock™) that provides high security locking systems for trailers and container doors seamlessly connected with telematics systems
  • 2014 - First technology (OptiLink™) that provides a single user interface via a mobile device, such as a smartphone, to monitor and control multiple functions on both the truck and trailer
  • 2014 - First modular braking system platform (mBSP™) that enables vehicle makers to interchangeably equip their truck and bus platforms with either ABS or electronic braking systems (EBS) anywhere in the world
  • 2014 - First technology (TX-TRAILERGUARD™) that provides comprehensive operating data on the performance of the truck, trailer and driver in a single integrated real-time view
  • 2012 – First electronic braking system (EBS) for hybrid-driven trucks and buses
  • 2012 – First hydraulic anti-lock braking system (ABS) with electronic stability control (ESC)
  • 2011 – First Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) on a commercial vehicle in China
  • 2010 – First autonomous emergency braking system (AEBS) in compliance with the European Union's expected regulation
  • 2009 – First simulation system for electronic stability control (ESC) homologation
  • 2008 – First autonomous emergency braking system (AEBS)
  • 2007 – First collision mitigation system (CMS) with active braking
  • 2001 – First electronic stability control (ESC) system
  • 1996 – First electronic braking system (EBS)
  • 1986 – First automated manual transmission (AMT) system
  • 1986 – First electronically controlled air suspension (ECAS) system
  • 1981 – First anti-lock braking system (ABS)