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Future Audi Truck Concept
Future Audi Truck Concept Project Authors: Belorusian designer Artem Smirnov ( https://www.behance.net/smartyom ) and Ukrainian CAD Sculptor/Digital 3D Modeler Vladimir Panchenko ( https://www.behance.net/kodg ) Music: Adventures by A Himitsu https://soundcloud.com/a-himitsu Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfU3rEfgNExlKG4Uc4mo5cQ/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/110939505282711218297/110939505282711218297 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Inventiontv-1757689221176272/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/INventionTVTW/media Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfU3rEfgNExlKG4Uc4mo5cQ?sub_confirmation=1 Our plan is to make an electric autonomously driving truck for Audi. At the stage of sketching we selected 2 options: Option A is an electric truck autonomously driving for highways; Option B is an electric truck show car. So, we decided to develop both directions to choose the best one. Plan failed :/. We were unable to choose the best one, so we are presenting you both versions. Part of the project was already published in social networks. We are grateful to all of you, who supported us, commented the project. You, guys, contributed to the final result. And we are wondering, which option you like more? Please, write in the comments: A or B. Thank you!





2016 Audi Smart Factory - Future of Audi Production
2016 Audi Smart Factory P-Tech Day. Audi is making its production fit for the future with the smart factory. In this factory of the future, big data – the creation and intelligent connection of large volumes of data – will facilitate data‑driven and thus highly flexible and highly efficient manufacturing. A method of production in which Audi might no longer build its cars on an assembly line but according to a radically new, disruptive concept is modular assembly. In addition to this major project, Audi is pursuing many other exciting projects for the production of the future – from the application of virtual‑reality glasses to metal 3D printing. Modular assembly. The complexity of automobile production is increasing. New market needs, customer expectations and the legislative framework are increasingly requiring innovative technologies and differing vehicle versions. This means that the fixed timing of the assembly line is becoming less efficient. The more the number of derivatives and variants grows, the more difficult it becomes to master high complexity and integrate new routines into the rigid, sequential process. Audi intends to meet this challenge and to develop a completely new principle for it: modular assembly. With this method, small, separate workstations allow highly flexible working routines – in terms of both time and space. Between those workstations, driverless transport systems take over the transport of the car bodies as well as the parts required for production. A central computer precisely controls the driverless transport systems – it recognizes the needs of each individual station, thus ensuring a smooth workflow. Audi assumes that modular assembly will result in 20 percent better productivity than the assembly lines of today. It is now being applied for test purposes at the engine plant in Győr, Hungary, and application is planned in two further projects. At present, the key principles of this innovative production system are being worked out and tested by “arculus” – a startup company established a few months ago. The Technical Center for Production Assistance Systems. The new driverless transport systems required for modular assembly are being created in Audi’s “Technology Development Production Assistance Systems” department. This small department has developed two types of driverless vehicle: One of them moves under control by a computer, the other moves autonomously on a defined route. Three onboard laser scanners allow the driverless transport systems to orient themselves and to recognize and avoid potentially critical situations. Audi developed the navigation software itself. It is based on automotive software and automotive‑software development processes. The main task of the Technical Center for Production Assistance Systems is to work on new production technologies in early stages of their development. In addition to driverless transport systems, it is also working on four other projects. They comprise safe cooperation between humans and machines when working in the same space, assembly tables with assistance functions and two innovative robots: a flexible gripper arm and a special lightweight robot. The Audi Production Lab. The Audi Production Lab, abbreviated as P‑Lab, develops and supports innovative projects for the production process – often starting with the very first idea. The department currently has five permanent employees andhas already helped to bring innovations such as metal 3D printing, human‑robot cooperation, driverless transport systems and the use of augmented reality at Audi towards series application. The projects currently running in the P‑Lab include two big‑data projects. One of them focuses on the early recognition of mistakes in the placement of screws and bolts; the other examines the flow of components in the area of international logistics for the CKD plants (completely knocked down). Another major subject for the Audi Production Lab is data glasses. They can provide effective support for employees in production, for the planners and engineers in the factory of the future – with assisted reality, augmented reality and virtual reality. Toolmaking. Several future-oriented projects are running in Audi’s Toolmaking division. The structure of the new generation of press tools follows nature, with many parts made of aluminum and plastics. This reduces the weight of those tools, which until now has been up to 45 tons, by up to 20 percent and the energy required decreases by about ten percent. The result is enhanced precision in the forming of sheet‑metal parts. The press shop, where the tools are applied, uses the latest measuring technology. The goal is to develop a complete data chain for each sheet‑metal part. The data chain already begins with the suppliers of steel and aluminum. This is another way in which Audi is enhancing its precision.





2014 Audi A4 Test Drive Video Review
http://www.autobytel.com/audi/a4/2014/?id=32972 The 2014 Audi A4 is a Premium Compact Car that can be optioned out as a luxury car or a sports sedan. While it's true the Audi A4 is aging and nearing the end of its lifespan, it remains a compelling automobile. The clean and conservative design has withstood the test of time and the interior is filled with high quality details. Under the hood lives a fuel efficient and powerful turbocharged engine while the Quattro AWD system makes the car handle on rails. There is very little to complain about when it comes to the 2014 Audi A4. The model tested here is the Premium Plus trim which starts at $37,300; that is until you add on the Navigation Package, Sport Package, and Black Optic Package. Now the price swells to over $43k. So how does this compact sedan stack up against the competition? There is no denying the Audi A4 looks great. The Black Optic Package adds a set of 19-inch rims finished with a titanium look which are fantastic. The Black Optics Package also includes a blacked-out grille. The A4 only has one engine option and that is a 2.0 liter 4-cylinder that makes 220 horsepower and 258 lb-ft. of torque. The car feels strong thanks to the high torque figures. The A4 also manages some excellent fuel economy numbers for an AWD car at 20 MPG in the city and 29 MPG on the highway. One of the best things about driving the Audi A4 is the engine. By the numbers the powerplant does not seem that exciting. But this turbocharged engine has been around for many years and Volkswagen has clearly refined it so. The Quattro AWD system makes the car a blast to drive. See More Car Videos http://www.autobytel.com/car-videos/?id=32972 Join Our Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/autobytel




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