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Porsche Engineering Services, s.r.o., the Czech branch of the international engineering services provider Porsche Engineering Group GmbH (PEG), is active in function and software development, electronics development, integration and testing, development of body, chassis and complete vehicle that make a significant contribution to the internationally integrated engineering services of Porsche.

We cover a wide range of development activities and know-how in our locations Prague (since 2001) and Ostrava (since 2018). Our main areas of expertise embrace electric mobility, car connectivity systems and advanced driver assistance systems.

The foundation of Prague location was closely linked to the collaboration with the Czech Technical University in Prague which has been in place since 1996. This bridge between industry and academic research and instruction has resulted in a fruitful and mutually beneficial exchange.

Click here to get more information about the cooperation between Porsche Engineering and CTU Prague.

To expand its operations within the Czech Republic, Porsche Engineering Services, s.r.o. established an engineering office in Ostrava in 2018. The site specializes in the development of innovative software for the automotive sector. With the new site in Ostrava, Porsche Engineering continuous to invest in the technically demanding field of the mobility of the future.

Origin and Headquarters

Pioneering solutions are what Ferdinand Porsche was aspiring to back in 1931 when he founded his engineering office in order to offer automotive engineering services to customers. It is precisely this original philosophy that has guided Porsche Engineering to this day: as a 100% subsidiary of Porsche AG, Porsche Engineering offers innovative engineering services – for the entire automotive industry and beyond.

The Porsche Engineering Group GmbH, headquartered in the Research & Development Centre of Porsche in Weissach (Germany) has subsidiaries in Germany, the Czech Republic, Italy, China and Romania.