Graduated in Physics at the Turin University, he joined Fiat Research Centre with the responsibility of the Non Destructive Testing Laboratory. Successively he joined Iveco S.p.A. with the responsibility to develop the Quality System of the Iveco Europe Dealer Network, the integrated Iveco Management System and the specific methods for Process Management, Product Development and Reliability.
Finally, up to December 2008, he held the position of Company Management System Department Director at Iveco S.p.A. and was Project Leader of Innovation Programs, to manage the Product Modifications through the Lean Design approach and especially to assure the Functional Safety of the Iveco Commercial Vehicles Electric/Electronic Systems, applying the ISO 26262 standard (at that time under development) and participating in the specific Italian ISO Working Group.
From 2009 to September 2013 he was the IATF (International Automotive Task Force) representative for the Italian Oversight Office (ANFIA). He supports ANFIA as a consultant and trainer for the Automotive Core Tools (D/PFMEA, MSA – Measuring System Analysis, etc.) and, since 2011, also as a Qualified Trainer for “VDA 6.3 – Production Process Audit”.
He is a Qualified Lead Auditor for ISO 9001 of VCA – Vehicle Certification Agency (UK accredited Certification Body), a member of the steering committee of the Italian Association for Quality Culture – Automotive Sector (AICQ) and of the Italian Academy for Six Sigma (AISS).
Co-founder of 4S S.r.l. (4S Group), he is the President.
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Born in 1950, he graduated in Electronics Engineering and joined Fiat Research Center. After an initial phase as an electronics designer for space applications in collaboration with MBB, ESA-ESTEC and NASA, he was involved in research and development of electronic systems for automotive applications in the field of advanced information systems, body systems, including onboard local networks, chassis control and engine management. He was the National Coordinator of the research for the development of automotive components for Active Safety and the leader of the National Committee Corivamia for the coordination of the Italian research initiatives for hybrid and electric vehicles. In recent years he had the responsibility for developing fuel cell systems and fuel cell vehicle prototypes, as well as electric machines and storage systems for alternative propulsion powertrains.
Finally he has been involved in research for advanced mobility concepts basing on advanced ADAS systems and automated guidance. He held the position of Vice-President of Fiat Research Centre and Director of Electrical Engineering.
Co-founder of 4S S.r.l., he is the Managing Director.
Born in 1959, he is a technical manager with more than twenty years of experience in the development of electrical/electronic systems and components for the automotive industry, mainly in the area of electrical energy systems. He has worked in product development at Fiat Group Automobiles (2000-2012). Prior to this, he was a researcher at the Fiat Research Center (1989-1999). He played a decisive role in devising, developing and launching technical solutions for improving fuel economy and reducing emissions. Among the projects he developed for Fiat include: Stop&Start System (2009) and the Smart Electrical Energy Management System (2011).
Bruno Dilecce has extensive experience in the management of innovation processes and of R&D. His expertise includes operational know how of product development processes from a concept/feasibility phase to final product development, with particular skills in optimizing cost and competitiveness.
Bruno Dilecce was awarded a PhD in Electrical Sciences in 1989 and a Master degree in Electrical Engineering in1983. He has a in-depth knowledge of current Electrical/Electronic systems and components, as well as of new developments and innovation trends in electrical energy management, including system architecture and components for hybrid-electric powertrains and vehicles. He is also skilled in Functional Safety according to ISO 26262 Standard.
Bruno Dilecce is a Registered Professional Engineer and author or co-author of more than 25 scientific papers on Electrical/Electronic Circuit Theory, Circuit Computer Simulation, EMC analysis, and Automotive Electrical Electronic Architectures. In addition to his native Italian, he speaks English fluently.
At 4S he is responsible for the business solutions regarding Electric/Electronic Hybrid and Electric Architectures. He also supports Functional Safety and the development of 4S products.
Born in 1957, graduated in mechanical engineering at the Polytechnic of Turin, after a short technical and commercial experience in the field of gage robots, he joined Iveco spa.
In the Iveco Manufacturing Division he developed an impressive experience until 2001 when he moved to Brazil in the role of Director of the new Engine Plant in Sete Lagoas.
In 2004 he held the responsibility of the Gearboxes Plant of Turin and in 2006 he held the responsibility of the technology department of Iveco’s Industrial and marine Business Unit for industrialization of new products and plants world wide.
During these plant’s experiences he had the opportunity to apply the concept of lean production in improving the industrial organization, to apply the ISO 9001, ISO TS, themes to improve the quality output and the themes of Total production maintenance to improve the plant’s efficiency besides the application of the 626 law and ISO 14000.
Then he got further experience in feasibility studies, budgeting and implementation of new industrialization of both product and production.
Since 2009 he decided to take on the role of consultant to those industries that need a push into the innovative, quality and organization as well as analysis of feasibility studies for new developments.
Born in 1947, graduated in Nuclear Engineering at the Turin Politecnico, he joined Fiat Research Center. Assistant and Project Leader responsible for the set-up of the new Centre for Electronics in Automotive of the “Fiat Research Centre.
Till 2000 he was project supervisor to Istituto per la Ricerca e la Cura del Cancro (IRCC) for the new Research Centre for Cancer Therapy to be built in Candiolo (TO) with the intervention of CRF.
He was involved as Technical Manager in Contract specifications, Timing supervision according to the work plan, Partial and final acceptance testing relative to building, equipment, plant. Reference point for testing and start-up of specialized departments and Technical support on Work and Plant safety standards and on Fire prevention and hazard evaluation, he worked for Feasibility studies for a new approach in Health Care Facilities and for Development of new concepts of technical management in “Health Engineering” .
In these last years he has been an Interfunctional Team Leader in: Quality process Supervisor (according to norm ISO 9001 and ISO EN 13485), Advanced technologies and special business opportunities, Special projects in Health Engineering, Technological Scouting in Electronic Applications for Automotive
Member of the official roll “Albo degli Esperti del MIUR” (Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research) for experts in Health Care Facilities. Member of the Board of Engineers and Architects of the Torino County (Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Torino) – “Sicurezza Industriale” and “Ingegneria Clinica” groups.
At 4S he is responsible for the business solutions regarding Healthcare and Safety Services. He also supports the development of 4S products.
Born in 1959, graduated in Electronics Engineering at the Turin Politecnico, he joined Fiat Research Center. Till 2001 he was Director of Electronic Development at CRF; he was involved in the design and development of electronic control units for Common Rail/Multijet, Uniair and Natural gas engines. Other projects were inverters for automotive applications, ADAS and telematics systems. Subsequently, he became Director of Electrical/Electronic architectures; in this assignment he has managed activities about automotive fault tolerant architectures for safety critical systems, power and energy management architectures and he has started up methodology groups for functional safety analysis and rapid prototyping SW based on Matlab/Simulink suite.
In these last years he has been an Interfunctional Team Leader for Ferrari, FGA and IVECO projects about Stop&Start systems. He also has been involved in FGA activities for CO2 reduction.
At 4S he is responsible for the business solutions regarding Electric/Electronic Architectures. He also supports Functional Safety and the development of 4S products.