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Transforming Transportation Manufacturing: Unlocking Growth with Sustainable Energy Solutions

In the U.S., traditional manufacturing processes are being disrupted by various factors, including new technologies, incentives to onshore...

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Manufacturing & Prototyping

The Road to Zero Prototypes: Live from VI-grade’s ZERO PROTOTYPES Summit 2024

Join us for a live webinar highlighting the kick-off of VI-grade's 2024 ZERO PROTOTYPES Summit, a gathering of global automotive leaders at VI-grade's...

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Automotive

Biden-Harris Administration Invests $54 Million to Expand Clean Transportation Across American Communities

The Communities Taking Charge funding opportunity extends access to electrification opportunities beyond existing Joint Office–supported programs to more communities across America. Funding is available to academic, non-profit, for-profit, and government entities for planning, demonstration, and/or deployment projects that drive innovation in equitable clean transportation.

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Automotive

Using a Holistic Approach for Integrated Optimization of Electric Powertrains

Batteries, motors, and inverters make up the essential trio of any electric powertrain, and each of these has a significant impact on the cost, range,...

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Automotive

Implementing New APQP and Control Using Electronic Workflows

The 3rd Edition New Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) manual and 1st Edition Control Plan are in the early rollout phase. OEMs in the U.S., along with some in...

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Information Technology

AI, Digital Twins Reshaping Advertising and Car Creation at JLR

Better digital twins powered by more powerful AI are going to change not just how car commercials are created in the future, but could open the door to entirely new design and engineering methods.

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Automotive

Mastering Software Complexity in Automotive: Is Release Possible Within a Few Days?

Advancements in software continue to push the automotive industry forward, but with these advancements come software complexities that can make the...

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Test & Measurement

Building an Automotive EMC Test Plan

The vehicles we drive are getting smarter and more connected — and that connectivity presents opportunities for system interference, creating potentially hazardous situations for vehicle...

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Automotive

WCX 2024: The ‘What’s Next?’ Rollercoaster Ride Can Be Problematic for Engineers

Uncertainties swirl as the automotive industry transitions to electrified and automated vehicles, and that rollercoaster ride can be very unsettling...

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Energy

Can Solid-State Batteries Commercialize by 2030?

Automakers are increasingly focusing on the long-delayed promise of solid-state batteries. With no liquid electrolyte, these batteries can be lighter, safer (with reduced fire risk), faster to recharge, and more energy dense while still being able to deliver ranges of 600 miles (965 km) or more.

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Energy

Putting a New ‘Charge’ in EV Recharging

Although there have been questions about the continuing consumer uptake of EVs, BMW’s Niels Bohn said that the robustness of the charging network is the key to achieving consumer acceptance.

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Energy

All-Electric Nissan Ariya Handles Ultra-Cold Temps on Pole to Pole Trek

Chris and Julie Ramsey covered more than 33,000 km (20,505 miles) across three continents in an all-electric passenger vehicle from 1823’s magnetic North Pole to...

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Automotive

CES: Sumitomo Sensing Core Is a Sensor-Free Smart Tire

Sumitomo Rubber Industries first announced its Sensing Core technology in 2017. But it wasn’t until 2024 that the Japanese tire maker used its debut appearance at CES to promote...

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Automotive

EV Bodyshop Metrology: The Same but Different

Electric vehicle (EV) technology has followed a long and winding road, but in 2024, it’s clear the industry has made it to the fast lane. New chassis designs, larger casted parts, and...

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Software

Digital Twins and Simulation for Accelerated Automotive Product Development

Product-development simulation has emerged as a crucial component in cutting development time and cost, as well as helping to deliver superior quality and...

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Automotive

How to Safely Control the Power to Your Vehicle

Safety is becoming increasingly top of mind for fleet operators, vehicle designers, and manufacturers alike. It’s more important than ever to source and design-in reliable power...

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Original Equipment
Transportation

Yanmar CE Adds to Growing Compact Track Loader Segment

The market for compact construction equipment is growing in North America, driven in part by high demand for compact track loaders (CTLs). CTLs and compact excavators have the highest demand, together generating nearly 68 percent of compact-equipment sales in the market.

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Automotive

Revolutionizing Electric Mobility: Advancements in Physics Simulations and CAE Methods

The transition to electric vehicles (EVs) demands a paradigm shift, challenging manufacturers to surpass the performance of traditional combustion...

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Automotive

Noise, Vibration, and Harshness Priorities for EVs

With EVs accounting for an increasing proportion of supplier and OEM product-development investment, what are the new vistas in NVH abatement? Modern methods for combating NVH issues...

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Automotive

Hydrogen’s Promising Role in Heavy-Duty Vehicles

As OEMs and fleet operators look to accelerate the decarbonization of their product portfolios, suppliers are ramping up their efforts to provide clean hydrogen-fueled alternatives....

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Original Equipment
Data Acquisition

Develon Introduces Revamped Mini Excavators, All-New Compact Track Loader for U.S.

Boasting an updated design and improved performance compared to the previous iterations, the DX62R-7 and DX63-7 offer more standard premium features such as telematics and high-performance heating and air conditioning for operator comfort.

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Editorial
Manufacturing & Prototyping

EV Confidence

EVs are not for everyone. Not yet, anyway. But despite the headlines, there’s no reason to lose confidence in the overall EV trajectory that’s been underway for the last dozen years or so.

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Supplier Eye
Transportation

The Supplier Capacity Dilemma at the Heart of the ICE-To-EV Transition

In the end, the transition from ICE to EV is about more than new technologies and processes. Suppliers need to be keenly aware of the risks assumed as BEV capacity is added. Being on the right program from a volume perspective is critical to supplier viability.

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Unmanned Systems

NHTSA Moves on Driver-Impairment Regulation

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in mid-December took a significant step to formalize a safety regulation mandating technology to prevent impaired driving in new passenger vehicles. The primary question now is which technology to detect alcohol or drug impairment can get the job done.

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Automotive

The US Needs More Engineers. What’s the Solution?

A sustained, coordinated, and multipronged approach involving both public and private sector players is the single best way to ensure a continuous supply of skilled professionals.

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Automotive

The Path to ISO/SAE 21434 Cybersecurity Compliance

Increased vehicle connectivity options are vital to providing the best driving experience for consumers. However, the adoption of over-the-air software updates, numerous connectivity...

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Energy

Zonal Electrical Architectures Cut Vehicle Wiring-System Cost, Complexity

Ultimately, zonal architectures require a fundamentally reorganized software structure that allows the OEM to independently, quickly, easily, and modularly adapt the control of the entire vehicle while minimizing the complexity in the wiring harness and the number of control devices.

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Automotive

Panel: Better Tech Can Make Recycled Aluminum More Desirable

A panel of metal-recycling experts said the biggest challenge facing the recycling industry is that the composition of materials coming from the stream of scrapped vehicles...

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