ZF Friedrichshafen, best known for advanced safety technology and transmissions in passenger cars, is becoming a go-to player in autonomous trucking. Its 2015 purchase of TRW added expertise in steering systems. Now, the privately held German supplier is bulking up its portfolio of advanced driver-assistance systems with the $7 billion acquisition of brake and connectivity supplier Wabco Holdings. “They are right there with Bosch, Continental and Denso as one of the big players in ...

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