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EOS Additive Minds Helps Automakers with 3D Printing – Autoline Exclusives

July 31st, 2020 at 4:00pm

We’ve seen some pretty amazing applications of 3D printing in the last few years, but how does an automaker know when it’s the right process to use? 3D printing company EOS Additive Minds helps companies make that determination. Here Fabian Alefeld, Manager of Consulting for EOS tell us all about it.

Why Automakers Are Making the Switch to 3D Printing – Autoline Exclusives

July 29th, 2020 at 2:00pm

3D printing, additive manufacturing or rapid prototyping, whatever you want to call it, has been around for a long time. But in the last three years or so we’ve seen some really amazing applications of the technology. How are companies able to make these parts? What’s in store for the future? We sit down with Jon Walker, Business Development Manager of 3D printing company EOS North America.

Charge Your EV For FREE While You Buy Groceries – Autoline Exclusives

July 28th, 2020 at 2:30pm

Volta charging is rolling out its free-to-use EV chargers all across North America. The company’s business model leverages data and advertising that generates money for business owners with Volta chargers. We talked with Andrew Cornelia of Volta who previously worked at Tesla and helped roll out their supercharging platform.

Testing Advanced Automotive Technology – Autoline Exclusives

July 24th, 2020 at 4:00pm

Automakers and suppliers are coming out with new technology all the time, but they need a way to test all of that technology. That’s where Intrepid Control Systems comes in. In this Autoline Exclusives, Colt Correa, the company’s COO & VP, gives us a much better idea of what the company does.

Note: Intrepid Control Systems is our newest sponsor of Autoline Daily

Thermal Cameras Are Ready To Disrupt ADAS & Autonomy – Autoline Exclusives

July 21st, 2020 at 3:09pm

Israeli startup AdaSky developed a very low cost thermal camera that can make ADAS systems and autonomous vehicles much safer at night and in bad weather. Yakov Shaharabani, CEO of AdaSky, explains the technology and the market potential.