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Henrik Fisker on Design, Working With Magna & More

While the Fisker Ocean isn’t expected to launch until the end of 2022, the legendary designer talks about how his company is preparing to create compelling electric vehicles

The Electric Future Is Here & There’s No Going Back

New lower-cost batteries could mean that we've reached the tipping point for the industry’s shift to BEVs earlier than had been anticipated.

A Ray of Sunshine for EV Charging?

Solar-powered roadway energizes Georgia charging station

Increasing Use of Structural Adhesives in Automotive

Can you glue a car together? Frank Billotto of DuPont Transportation & Industrial discusses the major role structural adhesives can play in vehicle assembly.

Einride Puts NVIDIA’s Orin Behind the Wheel

“To capture and account for the diversity in a myriad of operational scenarios, and to develop the redundancy necessary to improve functionality, we need the most advanced processors possible, and that’s where NVIDIA Orin comes in,” said Pär Degerman, CTO of Einride.

Conti-Nexteer JV Readies "Brake-to-Steer" Tech

Redundancy is good for automation 

Automakers, Suppliers Release AV Policy Roadmap for U.S.

Adapting and harmonizing safety standards to speed development and deployment of autonomous driving technologies

Seven Cool Tools: Spindles, Quality & More

Increase operational productivity with these new developments

Safety Tech: Five Items of Interest

Addressing the issues that are caused by collisions.

3 Things with Matthew Renna, Jon Allen and Terry Onica

Three people talk about three different things important in the industry. In this case: EVs, the Automotive Supply Chain, and Cloud Connected Vehicles.