By Rob Crowell - Automotive and electronics markets are in a state of rapid change. Innovation will revolutionize the way these industries work, and will redefine competitiveness. Those enterprises that understand the need to innovate quickly will climb to the top of the market. Those that lag will struggle to hold on to their market share, or have difficulty catching up.
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By Dr Tamim Peter Sidiki, Global Marketing Director Electronics. As smartphones near commoditization, OEMs are increasing focus to capture the new Wearables and Connected Home markets. Major changes are expected soon in smartphone technology, enabling OEMs to differentiate in a fiercely competitive environment
By Abel Pot, Application Development Manager Powertrain. Hydrogen has the highest energy per mass of any fuel. But hydrogen’s low ambient temperature density results in a low energy per unit volume, requiring the development of advanced storage methods that have the potential for higher energy density.
Controlling temperature is key for additive manufacturing with semi-crystalline engineering plastics
By Patrick Duis, Innovation manager at DSM. This paper focuses on the development and challenges of bringing semi crystalline polymers for FFF to the market. Developments can be sped up by predicting processing and material compositions by modeling technologies including FFF, SLA, SLS and Multi Jet Fusion (MJF).