AD #2082 – GM Hooks Robots to Internet, Diesels Sell Well in the U.S., Ford Baby Bassinet Simulates Driving

published 1 year ago by John McElroy

- GM Improves Downtime by Hooking Robots to Internet - Delphi Makes Big Play in Autonomy and Connectivity - Diesel Trucks Sell Well in the U.S. - Ford Maps Out Its EV Plans for China - New EV Battery Swapping Solution - Ford Baby Bassinet Simulates Driving Experience

On today's show GM is hooking robots up to the internet will tell you why despite all the negative publicity with diesels more Americans are buying them and rock a bye may be. Here's a new solution. How long your baby to sleep. All that mark coming right up on online daily. This is not a line daily the show dedicated to enthusiasts of the automotive industry. General Motors is using the cloud and applying big data analytics to get more up time at its factories. It's connecting thousands of robots and plants to the cloud and analyzing data to pick up on trends that could cause downtime. By doing this GM has avoided 100 line stoppages over the last 2 years. Some robot failures can take up to 8:00 hours to fix. Stopping an assembly line is ...

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