Honda Uses Its Expertise to Ramp Up Face Shield Production

Honda engineers convert machines and processes into a production line for face shields.

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Mercedes-Benz Investing Over $1 Billion in Global EV Battery Production

Mercedes-Benz is investing $1.65 billion to expand its electric vehicle battery production.

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Chinese Automaker Plans Satellite Network to Support Autonomous Vehicles

Geely’s constellation will provide connectivity to its next-gen autos.

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Is Nikola a 20 Billion-Dollar Company?

Jim Anderton discusses the rocket rise in market cap for alternate energy truck maker Nikola.

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Altair 2020—You Should Have Seen It

The most sophisticated set of simulation applications get a ton more enhancements.

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Work Continues on Brenner Base Tunnel, Linking Northern and Southern Europe

Set to open in 2028, 11 sites in Austria and Italy continue work on the Brenner Base Tunnel.

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This Week in Engineering - Shakeup at VW, Fast Point-of-Care COVID-19 Testing & 3D Printed PPE

In This Week in Engineering Jim provides insights on major industry events and trends.

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Mitsubishi Electric Announces Development of Cooperative AI Technology for AGVs

ME Maisart AI technology in AGVs to enhance work collaboration between human and machines.

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Enter Teamcenter X: PLM-as-a-Service from Siemens

Siemens releases cloud-based Teamcenter X as part of its Xcelerator portfolio.

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Flash Memory Gets an Extra Layer of Protection for IoT

Infineon adds Semper Secure to the NOR Flash series.

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Self-Driving Ships are the Latest Push Towards Automation

Safety concerns and efficiency are fueling design of autonomous marine vessels.

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Multiphysics in VW’s Kassel Factory: COMSOL’s Capability Breaks the Dominance of Big-League PLM Players

Like all major automotive OEMs, Volkswagen uses a variety of software from big-league PLM players.

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Rumor: GM Working on Electric Cargo Van

An answer to Tesla's pickup, perhaps, but will it work?

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Volkswagen Solves “Massive Software Problems” for New Electric Car, and is On Track Industrially and in PLM

First 10,000 vehicles built on the new MEB platform had problems with the software architecture.

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