Additive manufacturing is upending the way auto manufacturers produce vehicles and BMW is leading the revolution
Local Motors Inc. is using open innovation to efficiently change the product development process of a typical car manufacturing company, quickly delivering low-cost and creative designs to customers.
The US auto industry is bracing for changes in trade policy that will ripple through North-American supply chains, affecting both the wallets of domestic consumers and the future of company employees.
Digital disruption has forced Ford to reconsider its core business model; the organization is moving from an “auto company, to an auto and mobility company”. To enable this, the Ford has created a wholly owned subsidiary, Ford Smart Mobility LLC, based in Silicon Valley, which is developing next-generation transport solutions
How can General Motors merge digital communication technology with its vehicles and compete in the mobile application space?
As climate change is finally beginning to receive the attention it warrants, countries and companies that have a large carbon footprint are being forced to redesign everything from their products and operations to their CSR and marketing. Deemed as one […]
Climate change is compelling governments to provide subsidies and incentives to the clean energy industry. This trend impacted Tesla’s operating model by fostering an opportunity for rapid industry expansion and innovation.
Auto manufacturers will be forced to get creative in an increasingly regulated and competitive landscape.