Automotive Industry white papers on contemporary issues, technologies, research, etc. are presented in this section to enable the readers with rich information and knowledge. This section provides white papers related to all the spheres of the Automotive Industry
Investigation of HVAC cabin noise
Simon Watkins, Professor, Aerospace Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering
Satya Prasad Mavuri, Research Fellow - AutoCRC School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
RMIT University, Australia
An investigation of in-cabin noise of vehicles reveals that the design of the HVAC system has a major influence on the vehicle’s in-cabin acoustic performance.
Discrete-Event Simulation & DOE to Drive Manufacturing Responsiveness
Richard Baxendell, Sr. Six Sigma Manager
Bayer Material Science LLC
Gregory L. Schlegel CPIM CSP, Jonah VP Business Development SherTrack LLC
BMS's manufacturing facilities with their complex interaction of constraints and operating processes would be very difficult to analyze using traditional approaches.
Advanced Driver Assistance - How Far Should they go?
Klaus Kompass, Director of Integration, Driver Assistance Systems and Active Safety
Dr. Werner Huber, Integration Driver Assistance Systems and Active Safety BMW Group, Germany
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems represent a substantial challenge in the development of future vehicles. Significant research has aided in the development of these Systems that have gained a prominent place in the markets and are considered to have attained the most desirable rankings of automotive innovations.
A Future outlook
The agreement on a widely accepted RFID standard in the automotive industry could suddenly trigger a domino effect and would, as such, define the tipping-point of a large-scale RFID introduction in the automotive industry.
A Snapshot of Evolution
Chinese automotive industry, which is considered as the most happening region for the auto majors worldwide, is evolving on to the next plane.
The Greater Los Angeles Auto Show held in Detroit in January 2006 saw a dazzling display of the 2007 CX-7 SUV Mazda model.