Nearly 200,000 visitors had a chance to engage with a wide breadth of 3M tech-forward products and solutions at CES–the ‘most influential tech event in the world.’
For many vehicle owners, hailstone car damage is a common concern, but 3M’s auto division and collision experts are helping owners and shops better manage the repair process.
Atsuko Tazawa, area portfolio manager in 3M’s Transportation Safety Division, believes global collaboration is a key to improving urban safety across the world.
3M glass bubbles are the basis for a new application that can help companies provide a faster, more reliable 5G signal.
3M’s Transportation Safety Division is expanding its partnership with Ferrovial, a leading developer of transportation infrastructure, to create AIVIA Smart Roads.
Anila Prabhu, vice president of sustainability for 3M Health Care, explains how her business group is collaborating with community organizations, health care systems and thought leaders to implement their equity commitments.
The survey results and increased number of traffic collisions in many countries reaffirm 3M’s commitment to continue improving access to safe transportation and developing global safety solutions.
3M’s innovative digital printing solutions offer a simplified, customizable, and cost-effective solution to tackle the complexities of improving transportation infrastructure and mobility worldwide.