In case you missed it (ICYMI), we've compiled the tops stories that Design News ran in September, easily clickable in a gallery format.
The SmartMesh wireless industrial device management technology from Analog Devices, Inc. lets General Motors eliminate much of the wiring in Ultium battery packs.
Advanced chemistry and modular flexibility are key highlights of Ultium batteries for GM's next generation of EVs.
General Motors developed robotic hand technology for NASA's Robonaut on the International Space Station, but now that know-how is helping workers in the company's assembly plants.
The depth of color, inky blacks and sheer size of the 38-inch diagonal display breaks new ground for automotive infotainment and instrument panels.
Desert racing the Colorado ZR2 proved the development of hardware for GM's new Army ISV troop transport.
Forecasts for reopening auto plants in mid-April look too optimistic.
Carmakers' U.S. factories are closed, but they can still help relieve shortages.
The Ultium electric drive system underpins future EVs of various body styles.
Avoiding helicopters is only one of Corvette development vehicle 'Blackjack's' many capabilities.