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Uber is going autonomous

Deal could see tens of thousands of vehicles sold

New safety features on show at the Smart City Expo in Barcelona

This Seat Leon concept has 19 innovative ways to make your journey safer

New wireless test system

The device conducts quality control checks on automotive chargers

3D printer cuts development time

One project saw 6 weeks work done in 24 hours

A helping hand on the assembly line

Ford workers are testing new upper body exoskeletal technology that helps lessen the chance of fatigue or injury while performing overhead tasks

Electric bus first for Louisiana

The five new vehicles are predicted to return 22 MPGe as opposed to the current 3.86 average

New temperature sensor launched

Small sensor features a variable supply voltage and tiny footprint

Shock and vibration resistant RF connector for the automotive industry

New connector from I-PEX Connectors is industry-first with built-in locking feature

Transforming the car-as-a-service market

Solution areas such as mobility integration and cost of ownership will drive $1 trillion in revenues, says Frost & Sullivan

Durable locknut designed

It takes a tough nut to survive the hard conditions of life on the road

Prioritising tyre safety

Peter Tillotson discusses the importance of tyre safety, including the importance of checking tyres for pressure and wear

Battery pack manufacturing

For hybrid and electric vehicles, power tools and energy storage applications

Tube couplings: alternative to ferrule fittings

VOSSLok40 offers process security and creates extremely tight connections

Driving changes in automotive engineering

Automotive manufacturers are facing far greater challenges than ever before with a skills shortage in engineering, globally; combined with increased demand for customised cars. Thankfully, new technologies can plug the gap and reduce time to market. Stephen Dyson explains

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