Automotive

HEADLINES ARCHIVE

  • Study: Who are the EV consumers?

    A survey examined consumer motivators in terms of specific statements regarding electric vehicle (EV) ownership.

  • Data depict a recent surge in US traffic fatalities

    The increased trend in traffic fatalities recorded in 2020 has continued into 2021.

  • Cummins unveils new 15 liter hydrogen engine

    The engine will provide a low-cost zero-carbon solution for high load factor and high utilization applications where battery-electric solutions cannot meet operational requirements.

  • Video: Ride along in this solar-powered two-seater

    The Squad is designed as a safe, stable two-seater car to provide solar-driven urban mobility.

  • Traffic, congestion may be reduced with AI traffic light system

    The AI system reads and analyzes live traffic camera footage and subsequently adjusts the lights to keep traffic flowing, thereby reducing congestion.

  • Video: Mine truck hauls with hydrogen

    The world’s largest hydrogen-powered mine haul truck can transport a 290 ton payload.

  • Video: A modular approach to EV charging infrastructure

    The system can be installed in any location to accelerate the deployment of public charging.

  • DOE to bolster US battery manufacturing and supply chains

    The agency is allocating $3.1 billion in funding from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to strengthen domestic battery manufacturing and supply chains.

  • Video: New life for cracked auto glass

    A multi-stage process for recycling cracked automobile glass is the focus of a pilot project.

  • Video: LEGO versions of V8, I6, I4 and 1 cylinder engines

    Beautiful, complex mechanical principles are on display in the medium of LEGO.

  • Universities to compete in EcoCAR EV Challenge

    Engineering teams from 15 universities will compete to advance clean transportation technology and accelerate the equitable transition to electric vehicles (EVs).

  • EV batteries to back up the grid

    A novel route to the life extension of used electric vehicle (EV) batteries is being followed in the Enel Group's Second Life project.

  • Flat belt drives: Answers to four frequently asked questions

    There are several types of belt drives, with each type having its unique design, advantages and applications.

  • Support for virtual vehicle engine test cell R&D

    Gastops is supporting Europe’s largest R&D center for virtual vehicle technology by supplying custom oil debris monitoring solutions.

  • Robots now operating Ford's 3D printers

    Because the robots can autonomously operate the 3D printers day and night, Ford suggests that throughput will be increased and the price tag of custom-printed components will decrease.

  • Continued expansion expected for global fasteners market

    The global market for industrial fasteners, estimated at $69.7 billion in the year 2022, is projected to reach $87.3 billion by the year 2026.

  • Camera-based sensors offer high-definition solutions

    With RDI’s proprietary platform powered by Motion Amplification, users can see and measure motion that is not visible to the human eye.

  • Acquisition enables ESI Automotive to expand EV capabilities

    The range, power and reliability of electric vehicle (EV) designs will benefit with improved output of inverters, batteries and electric motors at a systems-level.

  • New logistics facility will create 200 jobs in St. Louis

    The first phase, renovation of a former pharmaceutical manufacturing complex into a state-of-the-art warehouse, has already begun.

  • Fueling the future of the internal combustion engine

    With the transition to electric vehicles on the horizon, ICE will need to evolve.

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