Automotive World Webinar Instant Replay: Steel structures for mobility as a service vehicles

In this 60-minute webinar, Neil McGregor of Ricardo and WorldAutoSteel’s George Coates showcased the vehicle technical specifications and expectations for steel innovations and outlined innovations in the progression of key component structures. 

Two SEM1 Vehicles Driving Side by Side

Key topics and takeways included:

  • Overview of market influencers and motivations for fully autonomous MaaS vehicles
  • Discussion on steel technologies and fabrication processes for future vehicles
  • Design challenges and considerations for fully autonomous vehicles
  • Development of Steel E-Motive body structure for autonomous MaaS vehicles
  • Novel battery enclosure structure giving cost, weight and greenhouse gas benefits

Missed the webinar?  No problem.  Catch the instant replay at Automotive World’s website here.

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