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    A Tight Spot

    By Ali, Ambreen Automakers have long been focused on perfecting the technology to move a car autonomously from Point A to Point B. Now, with fully autonomous vehicles inching toward mainstream reality, car…

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    Plenty of retailers achieve brand consistency with a copy-and-paste approach to their design-build projects. But luxury fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana takes a different tack: collaborating with…

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    For nearly a century, the auto industry was content to churn out gas-guzzling vehicles that peeled away at the earth's ozone layer and drained wallets with fuel costs. That changed when Japanese…

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    Chain Demand

    Manufacturing, retail and logistics executives are clamoring for more real-time, end-to-end transparency of their supply chains. That desire is driving demand for digital supply chain investments,…

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    3D Printing Takes to the Skies

    By Fister Gale, Sarah The U.S. space shuttle had over 2.5 million parts—an incredible feat of engineering, but also a staggering number of pieces that could break. Recently, aerospace companies have been embracing 3D…

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    Connecting Flights

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Air travel in Asia Pacific is taking off. More than half of all new global passengers between 2017 and 2036 will originate in the region, according to the International Air Transport Association.…

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    Higher Value

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Elevator companies are taking their systems to the next level. Faster and more versatile elevators are needed to meet the demands of today's skyscraper construction projects. There were 144…

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    Forward Charge

    By Greengard, Samuel The rules of the road are changing. Electric vehicles (EVs) are going to be cheaper to buy than internal combustion engine vehicles by 2029 and will outsell them by 2040, according to Bloomberg New…

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    Manufacture Change

    By Schiff, Don W. Being a project manager in a manufacturing environment can be difficult. A manufacturing plant is the most "functional" type of organization on the functional-to-projectized scale, so project…

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    The Next Industrial Revolution

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Today's assembly lines are rolling with change. Whether they produce vehicles, athletic shoes or smartphones, manufacturers are transforming their factories to keep pace with digital disruption.…