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While many structural advancements have played a role in the evolution of aerospace manufacturing, carbon composites sit at the forefront
Joe Panebianco, Director of Manufacturing Engineering, Tekni-Plex, Inc
Lester D'Souza, Auto Tech Outlook
Christoph Wimmer, Director for Electronic Vertical and Customer Experience, Omron Automation - Americas
Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Technology Europe 2021
Automotive product traceability has existed in one form or another for several decades.
With companies like Tesla, General Motors, and Ford promising to deliver fully self-driving electric vehicles by 2021, autonomous vehicles (AV) are imminent to disrupt the existing so called “old-fashioned” automotive industry.
We are swiftly arriving at something magical, a new and disruptive transportation mode: driverless vehicles coupled with mobility services.
Doug McMahon, VP of Corporate Strategy and Matthew Lichtash, Evolve NY Program Transportation Analyst, New York Power Authority
There is nothing ordinary about electric vehicles. They are smarter, simpler, cleaner and less expensive from a total cost of ownership perspective than their gasoline cousins.
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