An innovative nanogenerator developed by engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the US uses a car’s rolling tyre friction to generate electricity.
A new breed of robots is emerging that could help labour-intensive industries to cut costs and boost efficiency.
Ahead of the British Grand Prix, we look at the engineering benefits that motorsport delivers to the real world.
Guest blog Anthony Martin, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Chief Engineer at MIRA, explains how next generation cars are changing the face of EMC testing.
The early 20th century was awash with automotive innovations, some of which went onto to dominate the industry over the following decades, whilst others didn’t quite have the transformative impact their inventors expected.