Konica Minolta’s New Hand-Held Spectrally Based Colorimeter: Designed For Today...And Ready For Tomorrow
Konica Minolta has introduced a new portable, hand-held spectrally based colorimeter that is expected to redefine the standards for portable light and color measurement
Oracle Solutions For The Automotive Industry: Know More. Do More. Spend Less
Consolidation and intense competition for market share fuel today's automotive industry, and manufacturers have turned to consumer incentives to give them an edge in a shaky economy.
SUI Introduces The World's Smallest Dual Wavelength, Visible & Near-Infrared Camera
SUI, Part Of Goodrich Corporation, the world’s leading manufacturer of InGaAs short-wave infrared sensors, cameras and components introduces Visible-InGaAs, the world’s smallest dual wavelength range camera that simultaneously images in the visible and short-wave infrared spectrum.
Melexis Receives Readex Award
Melexis has received from Sensors Magazine a Readex Award for "outstanding reader ratings compared to all other ads in the March 2004 issue"...
Case Study: Customer Success: Supplier Absorbs Up To 40% Additional Business Without Raising Headcount
IMMI has been making the world a safer place for more than 40 years. Formerly known as Indiana Mills & Manufacturing, Inc., a company that began by producing 80 seat belts a day, IMMI is now a world leader in commercial vehicle safety technology and dominates market share for child/infant safety restraint components.
Case Study: Customer Success: OEM Increased Workload Of 15% Annually Without Adding Resources
More than 5,000 vehicles every day are manufactured at Ford's European plants and sold throughout Europe and in more than 100 additional countries worldwide. Every component of every model must conform to complex legislation on many issues including the safety of passengers and pedestrians and environmental protection. Legislation differs from market to market.
Automotive Supplier Excellence: Achieving Continuous Cost Reduction
From the supplier community’s perspective, most OEM supply-chain improvement initiatives rely on transitioning the operational burden from the OEM to the supplier.
Aspiring For Automotive Excellence: Achieving Continuous Cost Reduction
To compete in increasingly global markets, automotive enterprises must excel in the areas of cost, quality, on-time delivery, and product innovation. Compounding those challenges is an effort by the industry to reduce the lengthy delivery lead times associated with producing a built-to-order vehicle.
Ford Taps M/A-COM For Satellite Radio Antennas
M/A-COM announced a new multi-year agreement with Ford Motor Company to provide satellite radio antennas across various vehicle lines...
Melexis Announces Results for the Year 2003
Company reports 13% growth in revenues and profit...