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SHAPING THE FUTURE OF SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY THROUGH STEEL INNOVATION

Steel E-Motive is a new vehicle engineering program which will demonstrate the benefits of steel for global Mobility as a Service (MaaS) challenges, characterized by fully autonomous and connected electric vehicles.
Steel E-Motive Exterior Styling Revealed at EV Tech Europe

Steel E-Motive Exterior Styling Revealed at EV Tech Europe

Design unveiled for connected steel autonomous vehicle for future sustainable urban mobility  To advance sustainable transportation by factoring whole lifecycle into a vehicle’s development, WorldAutoSteel and Ricardo have designed a fully autonomous...

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Automotive World Hosts Steel E-Motive Webinar 7 December

Automotive World Hosts Steel E-Motive Webinar 7 December

In this free, 60-minute webinar, Ricardo's Neil McGregor and WorldAutoSteel’s George Coates showcase the vehicle technical specifications and expectations for steel innovations. The experts will also outline innovations in the progression of key component structures....

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AHSS Insights Blog: The New Global Formability Diagram

AHSS Insights Blog: The New Global Formability Diagram

Bubble chart. Banana diagram. Steel strength ductility diagram—it’s been called a lot of things over the years. But the Global Formability Diagram (GFD) is our most popular image request from engineers and students all over the world and appears in thousands of...

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Additive Manufacturing – AHSS Insights Blog

Additive Manufacturing – AHSS Insights Blog

Additive Manufacturing (AM) has been associated with the future of manufacturing since its inception. Using AM to manufacture forming tools for Advanced High-Strength Steels (AHSS) and Press Hardened Steels (PHS) brings the opportunity for reduced tooling lead-time,...

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Vision for Industry 4.0 in Sheet Metal Forming

Vision for Industry 4.0 in Sheet Metal Forming

The manufacturing industry is currently experiencing a significant transformation of digitalization, connectivity, and higher flexibility of the manufacturing process. Industry 4.0 has been defined as “a name for the current trend of automation and data exchange in...

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