PrePost Data runs their entire mobile unit out of a Nissan NV 2500 High Roof. The company is in the film and video production business. Their expertise is making sure that content gets from cameras into the post production process safely. They focus on building dailies, which is making copies of the film shot on set in the course of one day for the director and producer to watch and analyze. This work requires them to be constantly on the move.
This past July, five Nissan employees did something that would change their lives forever. They submitted an essay during an intracompany contest for a chance to help build 100 homes in Léogâne, Haiti, with Habitat for Humanity International. Their entries stood out, and soon they joined more than 600 international volunteers on a Habitat experience.
Nissan is strengthening its presence in Brazil where it aims to achieve 5 percent market share by 2016. The company is building a new manufacturing plant in Rio de Janeiro that is scheduled to start operation in 2014. And, the company made big news at the Sao Paulo motor show, the largest show in South America, with a new concept car designed specifically for the Brazilian market, the Nissan Extrem.
Teenagers of today may someday build robots designed for lunar colonization, planetary exploration, asteroid mining, or even automobile manufacturing. A group of 18 middle and high school teams got a head start at the annual Lipscomb/Nissan Music City BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) Robotics Competition on Oct. 20 in Nashville, Tenn.
Nissan DeltaWing is coming back to finish what it started. The fan favorite was knocked off course at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June. The resulting damage forced the car to retire from the race. But the Nissan team rebuilt the car.