Cummins Helps Fuel a Community’s Commitment to STEM

Making people’s lives better by unleashing the Power of Cummins may seem like a simple statement but it’s what guides 54,000 Cummins employees. Today, Cummins engineers are working together to build a brighter future through a lightweight engine that produces zero emissions. Although the engine does not work, employees are using it to turbocharge the minds of aspiring engineers.

Hit the Open Road: A Beginner’s Guide to Economic Spring RV Travel

In the spring, many new RV owners prepare for their motor coach maiden voyage. Gathering some best practices and tips from Cummins can empower beginners to focus more on the enjoyment of the first trip than any trepidations or hesitations.

“New RV drivers see this big vehicle and think that it’s going to be really hard to drive,” Chris Crowel, Cummins RV Market Leader, says. “It’s designed for the typical coach customer. People are often surprised at how easy they are to drive.”

7 Cummins Employees Win Dr. Julius Perr Award

Recently, Cummins honored seven of its employees with the Company's highest technical award for their work on two inventions.Mark D. Akins, Bryan W. Milburn, Dennis M. King and Greg M. Pataky were recognized for their work to improve turbocharger technology on Cummins’ midrange engines.Steven M. Bellinger, Brian C. Tyler and John F. Kalill received the 2012 Perr Award for developing a system and method for estimating vehicle mass, which enabled Load Based Speed Control (LBSC).

SuperTruck Project is Ready to Take Off

The future of trucking could well be unfolding this fall along U.S. Route 287 in north central Texas.

After months of testing concepts in trucks around the country, Cummins engineers and their colleagues in a public-private partnership will pull together the best of what they’ve learned and apply it to a single tractor-trailer.

With an aerodynamic exterior, an engine that captures waste heat and converts it to energy, and much more, their vision of the SuperTruck will officially hit the road.

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