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5 Ways Electric Vehicle Innovation is Being Driven by Digital Manufacturing

Posted On August 16, 2021 By Rob Young
Electric vehicles and the companies that make them are no longer hidden under a veil of secrecy, conducting business in non-descript warehouses up and down the coasts. We’re now in a full on race to develop the best tech possible, put it into EVs, and ultimately deliver them to the masses.
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Back to the Future: As Automakers Drive Toward an Electric Future, a Glimpse Back Reveals a Surprising Battery-powered Heritage

Posted On August 16, 2021 By Steve Konick
As automakers drive toward an electric future, a glimpse back reveals a surprising battery-powered heritage.
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Clean—Not Dirty—Dozen Shows Range of Electric Vehicles Hitting the Market

Posted On August 13, 2021 By Protolabs
With all of the emerging EV choices, here’s a snapshot of a dozen emissions-free, electric vehicles that represent the growing variety of innovation emerging in the automotive sector.
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How to Navigate Supply Challenges as Electronic and Autonomous Vehicle Development Ramps Up

Posted On August 12, 2021 By Bernie Henderson
Supply chain disruptions and shortages threaten progress in the the electric and autonomous vehicle industry. Digital manufacturing can help.
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Heavy Equipment Trends: Drones, Data, and Driverless Dump Trucks

Posted On October 16, 2019 By Angelo Gentile
The heavy equipment industry, and the construction sector it serves, are seeing greater use of drones, data, and driverless dump trucks.
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Lidar Technology Drives Next Generation of Autonomous Cars

Posted On May 25, 2017 By Angelo Gentile
Lidar, a laser-based sensing technology, enables autonomous cars to sense nearby objects.
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Automotive Tech Takes the Wheel at CES 2017

Posted On April 14, 2017 By Protolabs
Take a stroll through CES 2017 and you might think you accidentally entered an auto show.
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