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Flexible and scalable drivetrain or powertrain production operations can help you keep up with consumer demand and adapt to technology changes.
The next seismic change in autos is in AFVs. Find out how to use real-time information and analytics to keep up with demand for millions of new EV batteries annually.
EV manufacturers are under pressure to expedite their launch schedules. Global program management paves the way for a successful EV launch – and smart manufacturing.
Market drivers and new technology are accelerating electric vehicle demand. To keep up, carmakers must adopt a more connected, data-intensive approach.
The way people and machinery interact in automotive plants is fundamentally changing. Collaborative technology makes functional safety more critical than ever.
Scalable analytics closes the loop between big data and the plant floor to speed the impact of smart devices.
Greenfield industrial projects in the age of IIoT require new, flexible and productive plant solutions.
A more distributed control architecture plus new design and configuration tools speed line load balancing in powertrain assembly – and enable more flexible manufacturing.
Thanks to enabling technologies, automotive machine builders can deliver more value than ever before. Two smart questions are key to success.
Independent cart technology enables high performance and flexibility in critical automotive transfer systems.
Now tier suppliers can address automotive traceability requirements – and other manufacturing challenges – with scalable, cost-effective software applications.
Learn how tire OEMs can deliver smarter, smaller and more efficient machinery faster than ever before with an On-Machine control solution.
With electric vehicle production gaining momentum, startups have flooded the market. Choosing the right supplier is critical to their success.
New paint processes are more efficient than ever. But automakers can uncover even more savings with an innovative approach to paint rectifiers.
Collaborative robot technology is evolving at a rapid pace, but this raises questions about worker safety and compliance implications.
The largest automotive suppliers have transitioned to modular offerings encompassing everything from complete cockpit assemblies and seating systems to powertrains.
Innovative manufacturers are realizing the value of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) by mapping out use cases that translate to immediate business value and outcomes.
Automotive manufacturers can mitigate risk - and reduce upfront costs - with a systematic, incremental approach to automation equipment migration.
Thanks to The Connected Enterprise, steam systems can be more intelligent than ever - and generate new levels of efficiency, sustainability and cost savings.
A flexible manufacturing environment allows carmakers to meet new material demands - and deliver vehicles with features consumers want at a price they can afford.
Whether commissioning a new production facility, adding capacity or launching a new vehicle, workforce readiness is critical to automotive productivity and flexibility.
Connected Cars represent an unprecedented opportunity for automakers to not only satisfy consumer demand - but also to speed the optimization of their manufacturing process.
For automakers, mitigating recall risk is essential. But getting the “little things” right is equally important for brand equity – and profitability.
Lower gas prices may alter consumer appetites for fuel efficient cars. But automakers must stay on the fast-track to meet mandates.
Building The Connected Enterprise brings clarity to choices for manufacturers that previously seemed ill-defined.
The automotive industry needs to address manufacturing velocity in order to respond to customer demands around the world more quickly and get to market faster.