Research and Development
International automotive technology supplier and tire manufacturer, Continental, has this month announced the development of a steering wheel gesture control system that can replace standard buttons.
Ford Motor Company is the first automaker to formulate and test new foam and plastic components made from captured carbon dioxide.
Silicon Valley-based company, Made in Space, has a chance to live up to its company name after being selected by NASA to lead the next phase in the ongoing development of in-space manufacturing.
The 2017 Land Rover Discovery Sport will integrate a Bluetooth tracking system from technology company Tile to help owners keep track of their personal belongings.
British audio company Bowers & Wilkins, famous for its premium speakers, has been sold to Eva Automation – a Silicon Valley startup company which has only existed since 2014.
Ford is developing a long range electric vehicle that is set to take on the models already developed by the likes of Chevrolet and Tesla.
Nissan has launched a brand new expert Advisory Board focused on furthering intelligent mobility beyond the automotive community in Europe.
General Electric (GE) has signed an agreement to deploy advanced robotic inspections of US-based electric company Alinta Energy’s gas-fired power plants in Australia and New Zealand.
Imagine a world where a rechargeable battery would never have to be replaced, at least not in your lifetime.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has outlined the risks that leaving the European Union could have on the UK engineering sector, including increased skills shortages and uncertainties over areas such as research funding.