Auto supply software | Automotive Industry

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Infor CloudSuite™ Automotive

Infor CloudSuite Automotive is a ready-to-run software solution, built specifically to meet the needs of automotive suppliers, that gives deep, proven capabilities in key areas such as product and program management, supply chain and procurement, manufacturing production, quality, and global finance.

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Manage complex product launches with supply chain collaboration and end-to-end quality management
  • Prepare more effectively for skill shortages
  • Supply chain bottlenecks, and business risks with planning and forecasting intelligence tools
  • Meet aggressive customer timelines
PRODUCTS INCLUDED
  • CloudSuite Automotive
  • LN
  • Infor OS
  • Supplier Exchange
  • Automotive Exchange
  • Implementation Accelerator


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Infor CloudSuite™ Industrial

CloudSuite™ Industrial is a complete manufacturing ERP system that meets the complex needs of discrete manufacturers to help improve productivity, in the office and on the shop floor.

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Innovate faster and more efficiently
  • Manage production planning and scheduling
  • Coordinate aftermarket service and maintenance
  • Optimize production scheduling
  • Improve product quality
  • Built on highly
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Automotive vehicle – definition of automotive vehicle by The Free Dictionary

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automotive vehicle – a self-propelled wheeled vehicle that does not run on rails
airbrake – a vehicular brake that operates by compressed air; especially for heavy vehicles
bloodmobile – a motor vehicle equipped to collect blood donations
bodywork – the exterior body of a motor vehicle
brake system, brakes – a braking device consisting of a combination of interacting parts that work to slow a motor vehicle
cab – a compartment at the front of a motor vehicle or locomotive where driver sits
auto, automobile, car, motorcar, machine – a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; “he needs a car to get to work”
car wheel – a wheel that has a tire and rim and hubcap; used to propel the car
chassis – the skeleton of a motor vehicle consisting of a steel frame supported on springs that holds the body and motor
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Morning Transportation – POLITICO

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With help from Kelsey Tamborrino

Editor’s Note: Morning Transportation is a free version of POLITICO Pro Transportation’s morning newsletter, which is delivered to our subscribers each morning at 6 a.m. The POLITICO Pro platform combines the news you need with tools you can use to take action on the day’s biggest stories. Act on the news with POLITICO Pro.

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— The House is set to vote today on the $2 trillion stimulus package passed by the Senate this week, which would send billions to struggling transportation industries.

— The legislation also includes a win on a long-time effort by Senate Appropriations Chairman Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) to make it easier for Congress to give out money for harbor dredging

— The deadline for REAL ID enforcement will be pushed back a year, to October 2021, DHS confirmed Thursday.

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Who Invented the Bicycle? | Live Science

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You might think that an invention as simple as the bicycle would have an uncomplicated past. But as it turns out, this highly popular invention has a history fraught with controversy and misinformation. While stories about who invented the bicycle often contradict one another, there’s one thing that’s certain — the very first bicycles were nothing like the ones you see cruising down the street today. 

The first known iterations of a wheeled, human-powered vehicle were created long before the bicycle became a practical form of transportation. In 1418, an Italian engineer, Giovanni Fontana (or de la Fontana), constructed a human-powered device consisting of four wheels and a loop of rope connected by gears, according to the International Bicycle Fund (IBF).

In 1813, about 400 years after Fontana built his wheeled contraption, a German aristocrat and inventor named Karl von Drais began work on his own version of a Laufmaschine

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