There are more applications of semiconductors in hybrid and electric vehicles which are now growing significantly, with more than 1 million EVs added in the last year globally.
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The pandemic has recharged the drive toward new solutions and led to new methods of engineering and production that will carry on after the pandemic.
New-to-market REcreate redefines reverse engineering with a fresh, flexible design approach.
Among the expected new product offerings a company such as Trumpf would offer at FABTECH, it chose to show all of its offerings via large video screens and real-time links. It shows the reality of not only Industry 4.0 but Marketing 4.0 as well.
Feature-based Product Line Engineering (PLE) is an engineering discipline that harnesses the similarities among related products, while respecting and managing their differences.
Targeting small and medium sized shops, the supplier of collaborative robots is expanding welding, cutting, and machine tending by continuing to work with an expanding network of qualified partners.
EV manufacturers must overcome a unique set of challenges to meet future customer expectations. Among them is the challenge to create innovative designs that meet safety requirements, performance criteria and keep costs down in the face of growing competition and a widening skills gap.
Karma Automotive, a luxury electric automaker, provides a case study of how cloud computing can reshape EVs.
How flexible manufacturing systems (FMS) can be extended to do more.
New ERP solutions refute the software’s "complex and unwieldy" reputation.