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Bivši šef Bentleya i Bugattija tuži Volkswagen

Audi je nekada krajem 80-ih godina dobio na papiru, na adresu svojeg patentnog odjela dobio ideju za nešto ...

što su razvili i nazvali Tiptronic, i predstavili kao svoje. Jasno ko može da se sa njima bori pravnim putem. Dalje, današnje BMW-ovo rješenje ubruzgavanja vode u cilindre, je takođe krajem 80-ih i početkom 90-ih, a danas to sprovodi u djelo kao i svoje. Ima još tih stvari oko, praktično, najbezobzirnije krađe tuđih ideja i predstavljanja istih kao svoje. Tako je bivši šef Bugattija i Bentleya, Wolfgang Schreiber, podnio tužbu protiv Volkswagena i traži stotine miliona od onoga što se naziva DSG mjenjač. Navodno je isti autor nekoliko patenata u tim mjenjačima, koje Volkswagen koristi, a pomenuti gospodin ne dobija ništa. Nije li malo čudno da je imao toliko vremena da se zanima inovativnim radom, pri tom obavljajući sve što mu je posao.

Volkswagen mu je ponudio 20 miliona Eura da se nagode za njegov rad kod razvoja DSG mjenjača.


Audi is, at the end of 80s, get by postmail drawing with "+" and "-" and after that they made what they called Tiptronic. It is not their idea originaly. Next example, BMW in these days talking about water injection in cylinders. They get this idea on paper by postmail in late 80s and early 90s years last century. Same thing, they took it, develop it, and presents it like it is their idea. 

The former head of Bentley and Bugatti, Wolfgang Schreiber, is suing Volkswagen for hundreds of millions of euros in royalties regarding the marque's DSG, dual-clutch transmission. Between 1996 and 2003, Schreiber headed up Volkswagen's transmission development department and played a pivotal role in bringing its famed DSG gearbox to the market. He is named in numerous patents for the technology and in some, is even named as the inventor.

German magazine Der Spiegal reports that this entitles Schreiber to significant royalties from the Volkswagen Group, a figure thought to be well into the nine digit range. It's reported that VW offered Schreiber some 20 million euros ($22 million) in compensation for his part in the development of the DSG but apparently, that offer was rejected.

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