JLR has announced that it will develop its plant in Nitra, Slovakia to produce electric vehicles by 2030.
Digitalisation is helping to scale up battery cell production in North America through improving standardisation and traceability and ensuring quality of materials.
An EV battery tray typically has many welds. But even one defect weld risks stability, tightness, and safety
Find out how Weldloop’s technology achieves quality enhancements in automotive welding through machine vision technology.
Barbara Bergmeier is driving digitalisation, sustainability and resilience across operations, and wants to ramp up EV manufacturing whilst staying flexible
Form and function: Developing production processes and structures for electric vehicle architectures
The new electric vehicle architectures are also continuing to evolve as vehicle makers strive to find the optimum balance between platform flexibility, while also being viable for high-volume production. To get some insights in to this ongoing process AMS spoke with Paul Belanger, Gestamp’s R&D Director for North America
The advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) utilized in today’s automobiles are built using active alignment, a cutting-edge assembly technique used to produce high-quality camera modules. Henkel’s cutting-edge dual-cure Active Alignment Adhesives ensure reliable, fast bonding while achieving optimal lens alignment in these safety-critical modules.
Building battery gigafactories and updating existing plants are key in ensuring Europe will become an EV production powerhouse
Teknia, ArcelorMittal and SSAB joined the seventh panel at Automotive Evolution Europe to discuss how new technology and materials are ushering in new innovations in manufacturing.
With a focus on research, Henkel has joined automakers and battery producers in the pursuit of better EVs through hard-won scientific advances.
There are several issues with EV batteries that have traditionally posed problems for servicing, repairing and recycling. Henkel looks at the challenges and discusses some solutions
Volta Trucks has stuck to innovating only where it counts to launch on time while upstream ArcelorMittal is seeking to simplify steel component procurement.
In this livestream, learn how OEM start-ups can short time to market in manufacturing and re-engineer body structures, featuring the head of manufacturing at Volta Trucks and ArcelorMittal.
France’s Renault and Chinese component maker, Minth Group have announced a joint venture to produce casings to house batteries in electric vehicles.
Tomorrow’s digital smart factories will be more efficent, improve quality, cut costs and unlock insights into deeper automotive manufacturing say this panel of experts from BMW, Secondmind, ATS Global and Lancaster University.
Ignacio, Jérôme and Prof. Volk explain the magic behind the art of lighweighting all whilst factoring in cost, performance, safety concerns and the impact on manufacturing process.
Flexibility in automotive assembly is now a competitive advantage. This AMS livestream features leaders from automation experts Ewellix and Rockwell and AMS discussing innovations in modular production and how to improve assembly lines at brownfield and greenfield factories.
Watch how the high-performance linear motion solutions by Ewellix support automotive joining techniques and flexible assembly line builders.
OEMs and suppliers are transforming vehicle production through data and connectivity as much as hardware, with new artificial intelligence opportunities emerging. Watch this AMS Livestream Hour featuring VDMA, Fraunhofer IPA and Symbio to hear about the standards, systems and applications underpinning these changes.
This edition features insights on how manufacturing engineers and designers are taking new approaches to vehicle architectures and production to integrate lighter, more efficient materials – especially for EVs – to reduce weight and improve sustainability. Featuring Ford, Gestamp, Rio Tinto, ArcelorMittal, Dreistern and more