• Future ICEs: What comes after 2025?
    With 2017-2020 products in the pipeline, what are the over-the-horizon solutions for greater light-vehicle engine efficiency?
  • Plotting the vehicle autonomy revolution
    Advanced vehicle-technology and future-mobility expert Larry Burns makes a compelling case for driverless, shared vehicles in urban use.
  • It’s ‘do-or-die time’ to plan for open platforms
    The auto industry needs to open its eyes to open-platform opportunities, warns a European information-systems academic—and the industry looks to respond.
  • Automotive HMIs aren’t just for driving any more
    The auto industry needs to open its eyes to open-platform opportunities, warns a European information-systems academic—and the industry looks to respond.
  • To serve and protect
    As cars become more connected and automated, cybersecurity concerns are rising. Industry engineers have many tools and techniques and are now deploying encryption and standards to ensure that vehicle controls are not altered or usurped by unauthorized people.
  • Transmission: on a mission
    Ian Adcock speaks with Oerlikon Graziano’s head of performance, automotive, Paolo Mantelli, about the revolution ahead for transmission systems.
  • Inside the proving factory
    Ian Adcock reports on a new business model designed to bridge the skills gap between engineering start-ups and the motor industry.
  • Sensing danger, maximum response
    Automotive Design looks into passenger safety systems.
  • Executive Viewpoints
    Off-highway industry executives from companies such as BorgWarner, Perkins, Cummins, and Danfoss reflect upon challenges inside, and outside, the industry, and what technologies, innovations, and strategies will need to be implemented to thrive into the long-term future.
  • 16th Annual Product Guide
    Top products from throughout the industry covering technologies such as Powertrain & Energy, Hydraulics, Electronics, and Testing & Simulation.
  • Regional and bizjets refined and redefined
    As the regional and business jet markets steadily rebound, so too do the propulsion technologies that will provide airframers and their customers competitive advantage.
  • Getting it right with composites
    With composites now a mainstay in most new aircraft designs, the engineering emphasis has switched from understanding if they work to thinking through the most efficient way to manufacture them, such as using design-for-manufacturing software.
  • Getting greener
    To meet upcoming fuel economy and emissions regulations, the developmental homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) engine shows promise, but pursuit of more conventional engine technologies may be the better path.
  • Highlights of Baja SAEINDIA
    The 2015 event, the 8th edition with the theme of Beyond Boundaries, was won by the College of Engineering, Pune.
  • Rise of the underdogs
    Problem-plagued effort last year spurs Baja SAE team from VIT University of India to overhaul itself and its car.
  • Testing reality in an increasingly complex design space
    Digital simulation tools have transformed the designing and testing of new aircraft, as well as the way they are manufactured and sustained.
  • Deep thinking about deep space
    NASA is mining the rich fields of knowledge and creativity in the minds of university students to improve living and working conditions in space.
  • Rise of the underdogs
    Problem-plagued effort last year spurs Baja SAE team from VIT University of India to overhaul itself and its car.
  • Materials, data-aq packages among choices touted in Collegiate Cup contest
    Central Michigan’s Baja team, which did some impressive materials analyses, takes home the SAE Mid-Michigan Section’s trophy as part of that professional group’s Engineers Week activities.
  • Toyota looks for more from college students than high GPA
    "Those that participate in an SAE related-activity display passion for the automotive industry, and these candidates are ideal for our organization."