SOLIDWORKS WORLD 2016 - Day 1:
The call for General Session doors to open at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Center in Dallas came just after 8:00am. Seconds later, spurred on by the thunderous sounds of AC/DC, the world’s best engineers quite literally sprinted (see circa the 28 second mark in the top video) through Hall D to claim their seats at one of the biggest shows in design technology.
FANUC UK has announced the launch of its latest collaborative robot, the CR-7iA, with the ability to lift payloads of up to 7kg.
Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a new polymer coating which can provide an early warning of structural damage and can be applied to coat metals, other polymers and glass.
Audi is leading the way in regards to the future ownership of cars after introducing its Audi On Demand program in San Francisco last year.
Elon Musk and Sam Altman have set out to create a billion-dollar not-for-profit artificial intelligence research company, with the aim of maximizing the development and safety of AI.
German-based start up, Floatility, has developed a first-of-its-kind, lightweight, solar-powered, electric scooter using both Stratasys PolyJet and FDM 3D printing technology.
Stadler Rail Group is set to begin its expansion into the North American market as its US subsidiary Stadler US will open a temporary manufacturing and assembly facility in Utah as part of the first phase of its 15-year plan to expand its North American manufacturing.
Honda Aircraft Company last month began deliveries of its HondaJet – what the company says is ‘the world’s most advanced light jet’.
German-owned automotive parts maker Fritz Winter North America LP plans to build a $193.7 million foundry and production facility in Franklin, bringing 343 jobs to Simpson County.
Ford will invest an additional $4.5bn in electrified vehicle solutions by 2020, as well as changing how the company develops vehicle experiences for customers.