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2014-08-05
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2015-10-21
More vehicle launches and faster product cycles are re-shaping the global industry landscape, and putting increasingly greater pressure on the supply base, according to IHS Automotive analysts.
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2015-09-23
Infor Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Accelerate, powered by Aras, is a new PLM solution designed for automotive, industrial manufacturing, high-tech, and aerospace and defense customers.
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2015-10-21
General Motors announced on October 20 that it is partnering with Korean electronics giant LG Corp. in development of the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV’s entire powertrain and other vehicle subsystems, in a new business relationship that GM engineering executives said could point to a new model for electrified vehicle development.
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2015-10-21
Aston Martin is on a straight route towards the introduction of a pure electric model; the replacement of all its current sports cars, starting with the DB11 next year; the addition of a production version of its DBX crossover concept, and development of an all-new V12 engine.
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2015-10-30
The product development process used online crowdsourcing for design input for a contest hosted by 3D-printed car upstarts Local Motors.
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2015-09-21
SsangYong is set on making meaningful inroads into the challenging European market, where aesthetics and engineering need to cohere convincingly to achieve real success. UK CEO Paul Williams describes it as a "challenger brand."
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2015-11-13
A book from SAE International, Fleet Services—Managing to Redefine Success, combines the interests of fleet managers and their customers to achieve a higher level of business performance.
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2015-01-12
The world's best-selling plug-in hybrid vehicle was re-engineered from a clean sheet for 2016.
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2014-10-24
Increased reliance on virtual tools, decoupled systems development, and common vehicle and powertrain architectures are keys to the revitalized Volvo Car meeting its goal of selling 800,000 units a year. A senior engineer details the strategy.
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2015-12-04
Citroën is developing a new suspension that will replace its hydraulic system. The French OEM known for its engineering creativity and quirky models may re-enter the North American market, says its CEO.
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2015-12-22
Nominations for the fourth annual Altair Enlighten Award are now being accepted, with the 2016 award program including two distinct categories recognizing vehicle lightweighting: full vehicles and modules.
Training / Education

IATF 16949:2016 is a quality management standard developed by the International Automotive Task Force (IATF), aimed at harmonizing the different supply chain assessment and certification systems worldwide. This 10-hour IATF 16949:2016 course is adapted for training all levels of an organization on all the requirements of this standard.
Training / Education

The 18-hour ISO 9001:2015 Auditor online course is the most effective training on the subject. It provides training on how to conduct internal audits and supplier audits using ISO 19011, the guideline on how to audit management systems, and covers auditing all the requirements of the standard through various case studies.
Training / Education

The 18-hour IATF 16949:2016 Auditor online course is the most effective training on the subject. It provides training on how to conduct internal audits and supplier audits using ISO 19011, the guideline on how to audit management systems, and covers auditing all the requirements of the standard through various case studies.
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2018-11-27
In a major production milestone called “final body join,” Boeing teams connected the major fuselage sections of the first 777X long-range, wide-body airliner in the company’s factory in Everett, Washington.
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2018-12-27
Two new installments in the burgeoning SAE International Podcast Series cast a spotlight on additive manufacturing, which is fueling innovation, greater efficiencies, and the future of mobility engineering. Additive manufacturing continues to advance and transform mobility engineering, as aerospace and automotive firms increasingly adopt and invest in 3D printing technologies, which are becoming more capable and cost-effective.
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2019-01-04
The collaborative development of digital twins will inform additive manufacturing (also known as 3D printing), advanced composites, assembly, and industry 4.0 processes at GKN Aerospace's Global Technology Centre in order to enable the high rate production of aircraft structures.
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2015-11-09
Daimler Trucks North America has referred to its $40 million, five-year SuperTruck program that concluded earlier this year as “a playground for our engineers.” Overseeing this playground’s development and integration activities was Derek Rotz, the Principal Investigator who was hired in 2010 when the program kicked off. He spoke with SAE Magazines about the challenges, lessons learned, and their ongoing work.
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2018-11-26
SAE International, a global association committed to being the ultimate knowledge source for mobility engineering, is bringing together subject-matter experts from across the globe for the first SAE International Aerospace Japan Symposium, held November 29 and 30 in conjunction with Japan International Aerospace Exhibition 2018 at Tokyo Big Sight convention center in Tokyo.
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