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The Future of Vehicle Architecture – GALM 2018


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•    Title:  The Future of Vehicle Architecture – GALM 2018

•    Author:  Lynn Brown

•    Author Company:  Aluminum Extruders Council (AEC)

•    Volume:  Vol. 76, No. 5

•    Year:  2018

•    No. Pages:  4

•    Description:  For its seventh iteration, the Global Automotive Lightweight Materials (GALM) Summit in Detroit, MI, on August 21-23, took a more holistic approach on the discussion of automotive design, focusing on the broader context of applying the resultantmulti-material architectures for electric vehicles. This article provides an overview of the event, with a look at future vehicle technologies (such as electric battery, autonomous, and shared use vehicles) and the evolving processes, technologies, and materials that are being used.

•    Companies Mentioned:  Tata Technologies, Tesla, NIO, Steel Market Development Institute, Universityof Michigan, LIFT, Boeing, Alcoa, Altair, Impression Technologies, ACJ Automotive Whitehall Industries, Neuman Aluminum, Luxfer Magnesium, Hennecke, Sika, LORD Corp., Constellium, Atlas Copco, Stanley Engineered Fastening, Defrag, Trumpf GmbH, EWI, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Ohio State University, FerRobotics

Product Code: THE89C495


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