By Neil Tohill, director of Southside Motor Factors
This epic infographic outlines the extraordinary technological innovations that we are currently seeing, or can soon expect to see, on modern vehicles.
The concept of self-driving cars has been mooted for quite some time and has been a feature of sci-fi TV shows or cartoons speculatively casting an eye to the future.
In 2017, autonomous cars have become a distinct possibility, and while a fully autonomous vehicle is still a way off, we can now invest in cars which will let us kick back for most of a journey.
We’re also entering the area of holographic windscreens which can display key data that we would previously have needed to glance down at the dashboard to see.
These advances are remarkable when you think that it wasn’t so long ago since power steering and remote locking were perceived as fantastic innovations.
Get Off Road claims cars will see the most amount of technological change in the next few years
Ever wondered, what will be our world like in 2025?
In next seven or eight years, we will be witnessing some dramatic changes around us, mostly in the field of technology, because we live in such times that technical revolutions happen every day.
And the greatest impact of this will be on cars. There will be lot more autonomous cars on the roads in next 10 years then we have ever predicted.
Get Off Road has designed an infographic showing the growth of autonomous car market which we have also republished below.
In this infographic, you will discover some important facts about autonomous cars including:
- the history of autonomous cars;
- challenges tackled by engineers while manufacturing;
- the design of a car; and
- the predicted figures of the market.
Global supplier of industrial automation parts, EU Automation, has released an infographic detailing the benefits of purchasing obsolete components as opposed to buying brand new equipment.
Focusing on the financial and regulatory benefits of sourcing obsolete, the handy infographic is available to download from the EU Automation website.
By investigating the cost of downtime in manufacturing industries, specifically for the food and beverage, automotive and pharmaceutical sectors, EU Automation’s infographic names sourcing obsolete components as one of the fastest and most cost-effective ways to minimise stoppages in production. Continue reading Infographic: Why choose obsolete?
Infographic: How industrial robots will improve our lives
Vintage and pre-owned industrial equipment supplier TradeMachines has produced a massive infographic which provides insights about the impacts of industrial robots on our work life.
Industry 4.0 marks the dawn of a new era for robotics, which are starting to be an integral part of factories, all over the world.
In recent years, robots sales have exponentially increased: in 2015, 1.8 million industrial robots were in operation; that is more than the whole population of Philadelphia. Continue reading Epic infographic from TradeMachines confirms global takeover by robots
GlobalSign has produced an infographic which provides some insight into the history of cyber attacks against the industrial internet of things
The Industrial Internet of Things, or Industry 4.0, is improving operational efficiencies for global industrial systems on a scale never seen before.
The IIoT holds great potential for improved communications, productivity, quality control, supply chain efficiencies and overall business operations. With this broader connectivity, comes new attack vectors, vulnerabilities and opportunities for hackers.
When you start to consider the various IIoT cyber-attacks and exploits in the last decade, the damages are startling. Continue reading Infographic: A history of cyber attacks on the industrial internet of things