Australian car manufacturers have warned that 20,000 vehicles already under recall for faulty Takata airbags are now classified as “critical”, with the competition watchdog issuing an alert that the cars listed as critical should not be driven.
Global engineering software company Altair is collaborating with RMIT University to provide unlimited access to high-tech simulation software used by Boeing, Telstra and GM Holden to reduce the weight of aeroplane and automotive structures.
A total of 1.8 million faulty Takata airbags still have to be replaced in vehicles used in Australia, the consumer watchdog says, with the recall likely to run until 2020.
What a load of drivel. Stick to IT mate.
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Good on 'em
think of the children again why don't they ask god for passcode he knows anything Morons