Driving the Future of Advanced Automotive Batteries

Today, simulation is starting to have a significant impact on bringing viable automotive batteries to market, from integrating small scale electrochemistry models to system-level modeling of aging, performance and degradation to help fully understand the complete system. This white paper describes the computer-aided engineering for batteries (CAEBAT) development project that targeted the automotive and lithium-ion […]

Read More »

What Connected People Want from a Connected Vehicle and Its Services

What do people want from connected vehicles and connected services? And in a post-COVID landscape, with ever-advancing technology – how are attitudes and behaviors changing? It’s more important than ever to know your customer in order to give them experiences that matter. The Automotive sector has seen significant changes in people-focused technology, especially in the […]

Read More »

How Davenport's Hybrid Machine Serves the Automotive Industry

Across industries, professionals face growing consumer demands for stronger, more durable materials, tighter part tolerances, and smaller production volumes. Compounding these pressures is a rapidly shifting workforce – a new generation of engineers with different skillsets. Davenport’s Hybrid Machine helps address these challenges for a number of industries, particularly in the automotive sector. The Hybrid: […]

Read More »

Safety Grating for Trucking: Factors and Solutions to Consider

The heavy trucking industry requires rugged and durable custom metal solutions that enable trucks to weather harsh environments over large distances and long periods of time. Environmental factors and operational hazards can also harm components within the truck, making guards and metal fixtures a must for maintaining equipment over the long haul. Protecting all the […]

Read More »

Coronavirus and freight: Bracing for a U.S. epidemic

Coronavirus cases have been confirmed in 65 countries; there are self-sustaining outbreaks (“community transmission”) in three large complexes, including Asia, the Middle East and Europe. We anticipate severe demand-side shocks to global supply chains driven by modest changes to consumer behavior as people avoid public spaces, travel, and brick-and-mortar retail. In our base case scenario […]

Read More »