FEV France, member of France Hydrogène, participates in the HyVolution exhibition, the most important hydrogen event in France. FEV, one of the globally leading engineering providers, will showcase its solutions at Booth E15 on 27-28 October.
The BMW Group has been building companion mobile applications for its entire fleet of BMW and MINI vehicles that integrate advanced location services from HERE, the leading location data and technology platform.
Deakin University in Australia will establish an advanced research and innovation platform for both driver-based and driver-less (autonomous) mobility technologies with a Delta S3 simulator at its heart.
In parallel with its major project to increase global capacity of bio-based polyamide 11 by 50% in Singapore, Arkema announces the construction of a polyamide 11 powders plant on its Changshu platform in China, scheduled to come on stream in the first quarter of 2023. This investment will further support the growing demand for advanced bio-circular materials in Asia.
Continental has launched CompactMaster EM, a new telehandler and compact loader tire. Benjamin Hübner, Product Line Manager Agricultural Tires at Continental Commercial Specialty Tires, says: “The CompactMaster EM is specifically designed to help operators handle demanding rough conditions. The tire features new Turtle Shield tread technology and twisted steel cord. The hard shell, and more flexible steel wire construction, helps to prevent cuts and damages whilst offering greater stability.”
One of Australia’s leading bus manufacturers, Custom Denning, has selected Siemens’ electric bus charging stations and digital depot management solution forits fleet of fully Australian designed and built Element electric buses. The charging stations will support the bus manufacturer’s prototype electric buses and be available for future eBus orders of its customers.
In order to survive in competition, companies today have to react more and more dynamically and flexibly to customer wishes. This also increases the demands on their machinery. Eckerle Industrie GmbH also had to react flexibly to an order from the automotive industry: The requirements were high: a press for stamped and bent parts that sets new standards in terms of cycle time and continuous part quality. And the whole thing should be as maintenance-free as possible, as well as significantly more compact and cheaper than all other presses on the market.