Scott Hoselton, President of ACS, joined representatives from Uber and Waymo at a mid-January assembly of the State of Wisconsin’s Steering Committee discussing the topic of Autonomous and Connected Vehicle Testing and Deployment. The perspective he offered came from ACS' 24-year history of working with regulations in transportation product development and validation.
An interest in problem solving leads to exciting and successful career in engineering…Read More
When undertaking a new capital investment, the methodology used for the design and construction is one of the most important decisions an owner will make. There are many different options to choose from: Design-Build, Design-Bid-Build, CMAR, CM-Agent, E-P-C...Read More
For one week in May, OSHA promotes Fall Protection Stand Down to help participating companies raise awareness and educate their staff on how to protect themselves from falls. ACS values safety on job sites and we take pride in our safety record...Read More
I was fortunate to once again attend the latest Engine Research Center Symposium at the University of Wisconsin – Madison in June. The biennial symposiums are focused on bringing engine design professionals from industry and academia together for several days to discuss the latest advances in internal combustion (IC) engine technology and how future client and governmental requirements will be met...Read More
The 2017 Engine and Vehicle Test Facility Forum has come to an end, wrapping up June 9th with a lunch keynote on automated driving and a tour of the ACS Manufacturing Facility. I would like to express my gratitude for those who were able to attend the event, the panelists, keynotes, and the facilitators.Read More
The famous American engineer, statistician, professor, author, and lecturer, W. Edwards Deming said “In God We Trust, All Others Must Bring Data!” I started my career as a Quality Engineer in the automotive industry and this popular quote from Deming was hung from the cubicle of one of my colleagues. As I think about it now, I realize that two words are missing...Read More