Austin has been senior editor for ASSEMBLY Magazine since September 1999. He has more than 21 years of b-to-b publishing experience and has written about a wide variety of manufacturing and engineering topics. Austin is a graduate of the University of Michigan.
Automakers and suppliers around the world are spending billions of dollars and scrambling to develop electric vehicles that meet stringent cost, performance and safety objectives. Whether it’s a bus, car, motorcycle, scooter, tractor or truck, all electric vehicles require batteries, motors and other components that have to be mass-produced. This workshop will examine the important role that assembly tools and techniques play in this process.