Many years have passed since the first failure modes and effects analysis tools were developed in the mid-20th century. FMEA (the acronym for Failure Modes and Effects Analysis) was initially used in the military and aerospace sectors. In the 1970s, Ford adopted the method, which pushed it into the automotive sector. It wasn’t until the 1990s […]

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Formula Student is a series of international motor sport events in which teams of students from different universities compete in the design and construction of a single seat racing car. Formula Student has its origins in the United States, where, in the early 1980s, the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) organised the first competition. Since […]

In the previous post three reasons were mentioned to explain why Led technology is developing at an exponential rate. Focused on the automotive sector to absorb this exponential growth it is clear that the current situation of the Led-based lighting industry will go through structural changes in the next few years. First of all, due […]

Car lighting systems have evolved immensely in recent times. Acetylene lamps were used to light the roads in late 1800. A couple of centuries later things have changed considerably. The latest technology has allowed LEDs to become the cutting edge in lighting, generating homogeneous and long-lasting lighting surfaces. Car manufacturers are now incorporating LED-based lighting […]