Volkswagen is further showing its commitment to the promise of additive technology for production operations by the opening today of a 3,100-square meter center in Wolfsburg that is dedicated to the technology.
Gary S. Vasilash
Transportation Editor, Gardner Business Media
F-Series pickups generate about 30% of the carmaker’s revenue. The tally is about twice as much as what McDonald’s pulls in.
Continental AG and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. (HPE) have developed a blockchain-based data-sharing platform they aim to launch later this year.
General Motors Co. President Dan Ammann is quitting the board of ride-hailing service Lyft Inc.
The Detroit auto show’s AutoMobili-D expo next month will include 57 startup companies—a 40% increase over the number of such participants at this year’s inaugural event in January.
One of the issues related to virtual reality (VR) is that for all of its depth and richness, it tends to be somewhat restricted vis-à-vis physically interacting with it.
Although transportation is undergoing profound changes, let’s face it: there is a huge existing infrastructure out there consisting of vehicles as well as roadways and ancillary objects (signs, traffic signals, etc.), and it is going to take a long time for that to be turned over to a new approach.