Case Study: Daimler Relies Upon HiveMQ During Automotive Manufacturing
Learn how and why Daimler uses HiveMQ to manage information flow between vehicle diagnostics system test devices on the factory floor and server-side enterprise IT systems
Heat-treatment – AMS Expert Interview with Nitrex
Jason Orosz, president of Global Heat-Treating Services at NITREX, speaks with AMS about the applications for specialist surface treatments in the latest vehicle components
Solving electric vehicle production challenges with smart manufacturing and logistics
Siemens discusses how the latest digital tools are enabling the transition to e-mobility and explains why these are now essential to OEMs and tier suppliers if they are to create transparent, sustainable supply chains
Kia starts building facility for electric purpose-built vehicle (PBV) production
The new plant will be dedicated to production of Kia’s electric PBVs, with planned annual capacity of 150,000 units
BMW Group’s Leipzig plant prepares production of electric Mini Countryman
The company says this will be the first time that a Mini model is produced entirely in Germany
BMW 3.0 CSL going into production at Dingolfing plant this spring
The company is building an exclusive small series with a limited edition of just 50 models. The assembly process for one vehicle will take almost two weeks
Bentley starts work on new Launch Quality Centre and Engineering Technical Centre
Bentley says the new facility will be integral to its preparations for future battery-powered electric vehicle production
Dacia – building on a successful formula
Speaking to AMS, Carlos Carrinho, General Manager Dacia Vehicle plant Mioveni, discusses the factory’s unique position within the realm of European car manufacturing and how it has been continuously developing to meet future production challenges
AMS Winter 2022-23 – M-power in Mexico
In this latest AMS digital edition we have features on BMW’s San Luis Potosi facility in Mexico, Ford’s planned European Electrification Centre at Cologne, CATL’s battery cell production operations in Europe, ZF’s upgrading of its plants for EVs and electronics, and more.
Welcome to Automotive Evolution Europe 2022!
Editor-in-Chief Christopher Ludwig kicks off the 1st Automotive Evolution Europe
Painting a brighter day: increasing speed, reducing errors in paintshop
SAMES and FANUC joined the eighth panel at Automotive Evolution Europe to discuss optimising processes and reducing waste in the paintshop.
Material matters: body, forming and process transformation
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.
Managing an uncertain future in manufacturing
S&P Global Mobility, Magswitch and Next e.GO Mobile joined the fourth panel at Automotive Evolution Europe to discuss the volatile production environment, to which OEMs and suppliers must respond to mitigate disruption to production.
A tipping point: European automotive manufacturing outlook
AMS Automotive Evolution Europe’s third session was a presentation focused on analysis and forecasts for the European automotive sector from S&P Global Mobility.
Data at the heart of Europe’s manufacturing evolution
Audi, BMW and AWS joined the opening panel at Automotive Evolution Europe to discuss opportunities in data analytics, artificial intelligence, digital simulation, the industrial cloud and tools that support them.
AMS Electric Vehicles – The road to e-mobility
In this latest AMS digital edition we will look closely at how manufacturers are developing and finetuning their electric powertrain technologies, platforms and production processes, with in-depth features on Skoda, GM, Ford, Volta Trucks, REE Automotive and more.
Adjusting to a new climate: Alternative powertrain testing
AMS visited a newly upgraded test facility to get an insight into the equipment and process requirements for electric and fuel cell powertrains
The future of quality management in the automotive industry
Siemens discusses how the automotive industry must adapt its approach to quality management to meet new market challenges
White Paper: Nikon’s Laser Radar heralds a paradigm shift in automotive metrology
Nikon Metrology has been implementing automated, absolute measurement on the shop floor for many years. The APDIS Laser Radar is a significant step forward in the evolution of technology and is especially suited for the automotive industry.
Whitepaper: Flexible & modular manufacturing made easy
Discover how to improve flexibility, sustainability, quality, and throughput while enabling cost efficiency in this exclusive whitepaper