Incentives For Automotive Manufacturing
The constant turnover of innovation within the automotive industry make manufacturers in this sector excellent candidates for a lucrative incentives, refunds and rebates. For most manufacturers, qualifying activities happen in the plant or on the shop floor, and are often overlooked.
Examples of activities related to automotive manufacturing that are often qualifiers:
- Introducing new or improved efficiencies to a wide range of manufacturing operations, from automated body assembly, to crash-testing prototypes, to eliminating material waste
- Designing and developing automotive parts and components, including airbags, transmissions, brakes, tires, windows, and electronic controls by engineers, tool makers, production supervisors, and operators
- Conducting first article test inspections and scrutinizing parts to maintain quality assurance using dimensional analysis, visual inspections, non-destructive testing, and other part-specific experiments
- Overcoming regulatory compliance challenges and exceeding safety requirements using instrumentation systems for dynamic impact testing, data acquisition systems and sensors for occupant safety testing, or in-dummy applications, for example
- Automating manufacturing operations with systems integration, control engineering, robotics, and more
- Protyping new extrusion machinery, CNC machinery, and other heavy equipment
- Maintaining or upgrading existing devices
- Exploring new or improved material use, including experimentation with plastic injection molding, metal stamping, glass tempering, and rubber production
- Exercising environmental consideration to overall operations
- Developing software or designing unique control systems to facilitate operations
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