Although it might seem that the market is demanding not only trucks and sport utility vehicles, but BIG and expen$ive versions, there is still a not-insignificant place for the small car. And the 2000 Neon was designed, engineered, and is being built to be one that is admittedly bigger than its replacement, but still an important element in the small car category.
Keeping on top of enterprise resource planning (ERP) companies is a real challenge—especially for tracking the European-based vendors.
We’re going to talk about a way to transfer new knowledge quickly and effectively to another person or into a work group.
A battalion of robots lifting, carrying and joining like soldiers is an impressive image. Perhaps almost as impressive as the effort that goes into creating the system in the first place.
The drive today seems to be for people to do more in less time.
Good news! CNCs, PLCs, and PC-based industrial controllers are beginning to look and act more alike. They are also quickly losing their island status on the plant floor. The result is industrial controllers that do more on the plant floor.
In March 1998, the third edition of the QS-9000 Quality System Requirements was issued. As the wheels of progress began to roll, several suppliers were brought to a screeching halt by—of all things—their measurement and inspection equipment. Here's what's going on.
The people at Johnson Controls Automotive Systems Group have pushed the limits of the vehicle interior envelope by creating a lab that allows optimization by design. Here's a look inside.
Cars, competition, and material and process developments have all played a role on how the North American steel industry has worked with the auto industry. Here's a look back—and a glance forward...
The event was known as "DayOne." The extent to which this appellation was acknowledged was surprising to me in that not only did it figure prominently in the coverage that appeared in the DetroitFree Press, but it also made it to the pages of USA Today.