Driving Toward Vehicle Automation

The building blocks necessary for vehicle automation are falling into place, but will the transition be swift or steady?

December 2016 - Christopher A. Sawyer, Contributing Editor

Introducing “IoT Platforms” – Part 1

The latest “platform” for factory floor applications is aimed at the Internet of Things (IoT). Here’s why this platform is important and what it comprises.

December 2016 - Lawrence S. Gould, Contributing Editor

On the 2017 Kia Cadenza

Many OEMs would do a refresh after three years. Kia has come out with a new generation, instead.

December 2016 - Gary S. Vasilash, Editor-in-Chief

Retrofit or Replace?

Retrofitting by design can maximize machining center value.

December 2016 - Ray Chalmers, Contributing Editor

Technology, Performance & Style: Alfa Romeo Giulia

In a market where premium sedans—including premium performance sedans—abound, if you want to break through, you need to do something different, especially when, over a century of heritage notwithstanding, your cars make comparative cameo appearances. Enter the Alfa Giulia.

December 2016 - Gary S. Vasilash, Editor-in-Chief

Vehicular Tech: Leveraging Silicon

How various OEMs are deploying tech for communications, entertainment and navigation.

December 2016 - Gary S. Vasilash, Editor-in-Chief