Join the AMS / FARO Webinar to learn how OEMs and their Partners can leverage FARO 3D data capture technology to boost their productivity and efficiency across the whole automotive manufacturing lifecycle. In this webinar we will focus on , automated in-line inspection, virtual assembly and assembly guidance.
Do you want to know how to get the most out of tubes made in advanced high-strength steel? Join Peter Alm from SSAB when he shares his knowledge on this subject. With long experience in tooling and simulation, Peter will share his ideas with you over this session.
Omni-ID is a leading innovator in bringing IoT technology to factory floor material workflows. Their intelligent visual tags (RFID tags with sensors and e-Paper displays) and ProVIEW software system enable the material itself to become smart (location and operation aware), communicating directly with both operators and machines throughout the process. ...
Across various chassis and suspension applications, several grades of steel are available.This webinar defines the differences between them, focusing on the mechanical properties that directly affect application behaviour to identify the right material for the right application.
Nikon – The next generation of car body inspection will require inline and next-to-line CMM to handle complex features on a variety of surfaces, such as reflective bare metal and composites, and integrate seamlessly into the automotive production process.
As the foremost authority on cutting room automation and digitalisation, Lectra has brought together a panel of lean-production experts to discuss best practice enabling suppliers to better cope with changing market demand while also containing costs.
From the progressive assembly line to lean manufacturing principles, the automotive industry has always led the way in manufacturing technology. As the industry faces ever shorter design-to-production times, automotive manufacturers and suppliers have embraced industrial metrology and 3D measurement as enablers of quality and productivity.
Since initial rollout, ArcelorMittal’s S-in motion® lightweight steel solutions have assisted OEMs achieve significant body-structure weight reductions in production vehicles. Building upon its existing C-segment Sedan and Pickup Truck solutions, the S-in motion® range is now being extended to Mid-size Sedans and SUVs for the first time in a ...
ZEISS's new solutions focused approach closes the gap between precise and flexible analysis through automated high-performance sample and batch measurements to 100% control with in-line inspection systems in the production line.
“Industry 4.0” and “internet of things“ will be key to future production concepts for global automotive manufacturing. Mass customisation and built-to-order production concepts are just some of the challenges automotive OEMs will have to address within the next five to ten years.
The reduction of CO2 emission is still one of the key targets for all major OEMs worldwide. In addition there is an exceptional competitive environment which forces all car makers to offer a diversified product portfolio based on cost efficient design and production.