Kudos go out to Ticona and Innegra Technologies, which have both been honored for their work in the composites sector.
Making its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, the car can reach speeds of 220 miles per hour, sports a 12-cylinder, 6.5-litre engine, and a 7-speed ISR transmission. It can go from 0 to 60 in less than 3 seconds. Continue reading
UK-based Peratech has developed an “electronic nose” using sensors made from special composite material that can detect the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The ultra-thin, low-power sensors could potentially be integrated with mobile phones or even into protective clothing. Continue reading
Drayson Racing Technologies and The Lola Group designed the electric car, which they plan to enter into competition next year. The companies built a prototype all-electric racing car, the Lola-Drayson B12/69EV, using flax reinforced composites and recycled composites.