Jeep's Odor Problem; Sinking Building; EV Gets 752 MPC | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 50

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In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:

Great Resignation Not as 'Great' as it Seems

Sure it's bad, but it might have been worse in the past.

Ring to Identify 'Suspicious' People by Voice, Fingerprint or Odor

A new report from Business Insider says Amazon's Ring Division has filed nearly 20 patents to capture traits in an effort to sniff out “suspicious” people.

Startup’s Battery Gets 752 Miles Per Charge

Our Next Energy, Inc. (ONE) has created a new prototype battery that powered a test vehicle for 752 miles without recharging.

New Jeep Plant Addresses Odor Problem

A new Jeep plant in Detroit has received more than 50 odor complaints.

San Francisco Luxury High-Rise Tilting 3 Inches Per Year

The Millennium Tower in San Francisco just wont stop sinking.

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Company Collects Faces for Robot Project

Russian company Promobot recently offered any person $200,000 for the rights to their face.

What is Wishcycling?

That's when you put something in the recycling bin and hope it's recyclable — and it's a problem

Ultra-Luxury Automakers Post Record Sales

The introduction of more economical models — relatively speaking — helped push Rolls-Royce and Bentley to new highs.

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