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Argo AI and the Development of a Really Complicated System

You talk with Pete Rander, president of Argo AI, a company that is working with Ford on developing Level 4 autonomous vehicle technology, and as the details become clearer, the enormity of the challenge seems daunting—yet Rander, who has been working on this for some 30 years, seems delighted he and his team are doing it.

October 2018 - Gary S. Vasilash , Editor-in-Chief

Creating the 2019 Kia Forte

Not only is it Kia’s best-selling vehicle, it is the one that brings people to the brand. So for the third generation of the compact, they’ve elevated their game.

October 2018 - Gary S. Vasilash , Editor-in-Chief

Engineering the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado

Bigger, bolder and. . .lighter. And with impressive powertrain technology, to boot.

October 2018 - Gary S. Vasilash , Editor-in-Chief

Keeping the Multi in Multiphysics Analysis

Vehicular design can be a computer-aided engineering nightmare because of its domain breadth and multi-domain nature. COMSOL Multiphysics can handle that.

October 2018 - Lawrence S. Gould , Contributing Editor

Structural Adhesives Lighten the Load

Adhesives are improving unibody strength and stiffness while reducing vehicle weight.

October 2018 - Michael Anderson , Senior Technical Editor

The On-Going Relevance of the Internal Combustion Engine

One day the world’s roads may be filled with vehicles that emit just a hum from their motors. But in the meantime, there are all of those vehicles being built with engines that have exhausts that need to have their emissions minimized and their sounds optimized. Which is what Tenneco’s Ben Patel is focusing on.

October 2018 - Gary S. Vasilash , Editor-in-Chief