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Electronics: Lighter, Faster, Better, Smarter — & Not Typically Automotive
Technology may entirely transform everything from the instrument panel to the wiring harness—sooner, rather than later.
Article Published: 2/10/2011
Chrysler Warps Time To Improve Interiors
In 2005, Chrysler's senior executives got together to deal with a nagging issue that had been negatively impacting the automaker for years.
Article Published: 1/31/2011
Developing an Innovative Auto Seat with Aero Tech
BASF—working collaboratively with Performance Materials Corp. and Faurecia—has come up with a significant innovation in automotive seating: A seat back that integrates the seat frame and back panel integrated into a single thermoplastic structure.
Article Published: 11/1/2010
Safety Techniques for U.S. NCAP Requirements
In preparing vehicle manufacturers to meet 2011 model year safety requirements from the U.S.
Article Published: 7/1/2010
Rethinking The Seat
While none of these developments appears to be as though they'd be out of place in a contemporary car, they are really rather extraordinary. More importantly, they are essentially doable from a production standpoint.
Article Published: 5/1/2010
GM Pursues Augmented Reality
Thomas Seder sees a big part of the automotive interior that’s not being put to the use that it could be.
Article Published: 5/1/2010
Plastics & the Total Materials Matrix
“Steel, in particular, has redoubled its efforts,” Paul Spevetz, product marketing manager, Automotive Interior/Exterior for Ticona Engineering Polymers (ticona.com), acknowledges, speaking to the issues of the greater deployment of plas...
Article Published: 1/1/2010
About Alias
When it comes to digital design, particularly at the front end of the process, the area of ideation, of sketching, of even napkins where there are coffee stains on the styled surfaces, there is one name that is commonly heard: Alias.
Article Published: 11/1/2009
Lumbar Underground
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Article Published: 7/1/2009
Rethinking The Interior
Faurecia designers and engineers set out to make an interior that is lighter and more recyclable than conventional ones. They've developed something that may lead to a reconsideration of how and with what materials ought to be assembled.
Article Published: 6/30/2009

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