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Taking the driver out of the factory

Taking the driver out of the factory
In the 1993 science fiction film, Jurassic Park, visitors could take a tour in an autonomous Ford Explorer that used tracks on the ground to navigate. This was a good prediction of future technological advancements, but the autonomous vehicles of today are far more advanced than the Jurassic Explorer. Jonathan Wilkins, Marketing Director of EU Automation, explains how autonomous vehicles are beginning to transform the manufacturing industry.
6th February 2018

Driving with your head in the clouds

Driving with your head in the clouds
In today’s industry, features such as wireless connectivity and parking assist are considered standard, normal and are expected. However, let’s go back 50 years and it was a totally different story. There was much less technology of any kind in most vehicles. The three-point seatbelt didn't become standard until 1970 and airbags weren't mandatory until 1998.
17th January 2017

Engineering clusters on the road to innovation success

Engineering clusters on the road to innovation success
While autonomous vehicles are making most of the headlines in the world of automotive engineering, behind the scenes, the industry is proving that collaboration rather than autonomy is the road to success. Here, Jonathan Wilkins, Marketing Director, EU Automation looks at some of the most exciting automotive engineering clusters around the world.
3rd January 2017


Please mind the (automated) gap: public transport options

Please mind the (automated) gap: public transport options
Navigating a city without public transport is almost impossible. Under the strain of increasing urban populations and growing pressure to reduce pollution in metropolitan areas, public transport is constantly adapting. But is it changing fast enough? Jonathan Wilkins, Marketing Director, EU Automation discussed the potential benefits of automation for public transport.
29th November 2016

Obsolescence management is flying high

Obsolescence management is flying high
Military and commercial aerospace manufacturers face the problem of electronic component obsolescence. In the past, military equipment used to be in production for several decades, so obsolescence management was rarely an issue when aircraft designs were agreed. However, it is now estimated that 60% of the integrated circuits currently on aerospace products will become obsolete in the next five years.
21st October 2016

Manufacturing the connected car

Manufacturing the connected car
Back in the 1960s, animated sitcom The Jetsons depicted the car of the future as a levitating capsule that flew through the air to drop main character, George Jetson, at the office before folding up into his briefcase. While flying cars are still out of reach, the adoption of cloud computing in automotive manufacturing is helping create a new car of the future. 
5th October 2016


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