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We certainly love our cars — we celebrate driving in books, movies, and music. But our transportation system faces challenges in the immediate and long-term future — potholes in the road ahead. These challenges include finding ways to increase safety and control costs, while simultaneously building towards a transportation future that is sustainable, equitable, and aligned with long-term economic growth.
How Electric Vehicle Charging Technology Holds the Key to Global Adoption
Driven by environmental and sustainability concerns and increasing clean air legislation, the de-carbonization of automobiles and other transportation is gaining rapid momentum. As electric vehicle (EV) technology advances, the viability of the technology versus traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) powered vehicles is increasing. Also, the choice of models available to more environmentally aware and savvy consumers is growing as manufacturers fill out their ranges with more EVs.
Earlier this year, Tesla announced it will start selling the Tesla Model 3 in Singapore. This is probably welcome news for electric vehicle (EV) afficionados in this tiny island country, which is famous for its chili crabs and infamous* cost of car ownership.
In the world of connected and portable devices, rechargeable devices are part of our everyday life. From personal devices such as the cell phone, smartwatch, or wireless headset, to home devices such as vacuum cleaners or video game consoles, we need to ensure that they are properly charged with the designated cable and correct power supply to protect the safety of the device and operatable after charging. We certainly do not want our devices to malfunction after charging.
The Automotive Industry Action Group will host its inaugural virtual event – the association’s Corporate Responsibility Summit – April 28-29, 2020, with free registration for all attendees.
SOUTHFIELD, Mich., April 27, 2020 /3BL Media/ – During this difficult financial time, the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) has announced it will offer their 2020 Corporate Responsibility Summit – now hosted on a virtual platform – free of charge for all attendees.
By waiving registration fees for AIAG members and non-members alike, the not-for-profit association stands by its commitment to support the automotive industry as organizations throughout the supply chain work through current challenges toward a full recovery.
Microsoft and AIAG partner to support automotive suppliers around the globe
SOUTHFIELD, Mich., September 18, 2018 /3BL Media/ – The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) announced last year the launch of the AIAG Core Tools Software (CTS) cloud-based software, as a replacement to the 15-year-old Microsoft Excel based CDROM. AIAG started with a Voice of the Customer Survey that showed over 80% of the automotive supply chain currently use Microsoft Excel to author and manage their Core Tools forms. The respondents strongly suggested a better solution that would include: Robust Security, Form Linkage, Project Man
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How do you design for environmental compliance? To learn the answers, plan to attend the 2018 IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference on September 26–27, 2018, at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. Early registration ends Thursday, July 26, so register today to save!