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Networking Drives the Automotive Industry Forward

- July 12, 2018 at 3:16 PM

Networking goes beyond building professional relationships. It provides a unique educational opportunity you can’t find anywhere else. Learn how to maximize your networking efforts at industry events.

When Automated Production Turning is the Low-Cost Option

Sponsored - June 27, 2018 at 8:51 AM

For the right parts, or families of parts, an automated CNC turning cell is simply the least expensive way to produce high-quality parts. Here’s why.

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Confidence in Autonomous: Car eWallet

July 11, 2018 at 9:59 AM

While you probably haven’t thought about how fully autonomous cars will pay road or bridge tolls or paying for an electric charge (assuming, of course, that these autonomous cars are fully electrified), ZF has for more than a year now, and in January 2017 showed off its open automotive transaction platform, Car eWallet.

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Can You Drive an EV in the Rain?

July 11, 2018 at 7:34 AM

Although there is a veritable fleet of electric vehicles coming on the global market within the next few years, it seems that if the results of research in the United Kingdom track in any way with the rest of the world then the OEMs are in for a whole lot of electric vehicles sitting unsold in dealer lots.

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Better Braking—By Wire

July 12, 2018 - Christopher A. Sawyer

Brake-by-wire systems not only eliminate mechanical brake actuation, they can even greatly enhance a vehicle’s dynamic performance.

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AAH #427: The Last Panhard and the Genesis of Genesis. Special Guest: Ken Nelson, Orphan Car Collector. NEWS: Panhard Dyna Z16; Doctor Data; Hyundai’s Luxury Brand: Genesis; What will the effects of tariffs be on the industry? Volvo Launches M: Why is it taking on Uber? Why are scooter companies attracting such huge investments? PANEL: Paul Eisenstein, The Detroit Bureau; Gary Vasilash, Automotive Design & Production; John McElroy, Autoline.tv

Feature Constellium Advances Aluminum Structures

July 12, 2018 - Gary S. Vasilash

As designers and engineers look for weight reduction and design flexibility, aluminum can be an option. And this company can provide it for structural applications.

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Feature Preparing for Artificial Intelligence

July 12, 2018 - Lawrence S. Gould

AI will usher in new jobs, according to a book from the consulting firm Accenture. It’s a quick and worthwhile read.  

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Report: Old-Line Carmakers Set to Sweep Past Tesla in EV Race

Tesla Inc. will retain its position as the world’s largest maker of electric cars next year but plunge to seventh behind well-established vehicle manufacturers by 2021, predicts PA Consulting Group.