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2016-02-05
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The £20 million consortium project will help pave the way for future generation EV batteries.
2016-02-04
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A University of Delaware research team is developing technologies aimed at ending the reign of high-cost platinum fuel cell stacks.
2016-02-04
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Harman's new $30 million Michigan facility will focus on connected-vehicle technologies and reducing product development cycles.
2016-02-03
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At the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, GM’s European brands Opel and Vauxhall will unveil “a template” for the sporty shape of things to come.
2016-02-03
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Porsche’s decision to downsize the new-generation Boxster’s engines from flat-6 to turbocharged flat-4 may shock purists. But power and torque are up, and fuel consumption and emissions down, in a demonstration of what technology can deliver.
2016-02-03
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Convertibles don't sell in big numbers and can be costly to develop. But really good convertibles can boost a brand's image and help drive sales of other models. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Senior Editor Lindsay Brooke looks at Buick's 2016 Cascada Convertible.  
2016-02-03
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The new ALL4 driveline was designed to keep fuel consumption and emissions comparable to those of 2-wheel drive Mini models.
2016-02-03
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Britain has established a real-world test highway for connected and autonomous vehicle technologies. JLR is one of the companies investing in the 66-km-long R&D route.
2016-02-02
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Sensata Technologies introduced its smallest micro-fused strain gauge technology for next-generation brake systems especially designed for hybrid and electric vehicles.
2016-02-02
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Elektrobit will develop the Augmented Reality (AR) Creator software solution, which is based on sensor data fusion and software framework for augmented reality head-up displays.
2016-02-02
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An automotive platform solution from Renesas Electronics and TTTech provides an electronic control unit development platform for advanced driver assistance systems.
2016-02-02
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24 million cars already have their own wireless connections. But now that most people have have smart phones, why would anyone need wireless service in their car? In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Editor-In-Chief Lindsay Brooke looks at three important features of the connected vehicle.  
2016-02-02
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In the IDD, acoustic signals are used to detect exterior damage; the connected vehicle then alerts the driver's smartphone that the vehicle has sustained a dent, scratch, or other harmful hit.
2016-02-02
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Intertek’s Milton Keynes Transportation Technologies laboratory has developed a portable vehicle exhaust emissions testing system that enables manufacturers to report real-world driving emissions.
2016-02-02
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Donaldson’s powertrain vents incorporate a breathable ePTFE (expanded polytetrafluoroethylene) membrane and an oil-repellent, coalescing pre-filter for maximum protection in harsh environments.
2016-02-02
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EngineLab’s EL129 control units for engine simulation and testing have a range of input and output options and can be adapted for flexible control system development.
2016-02-02
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A powerful tool chain from dSPACE supports engineering and validating of embedded software of complex advanced driver assistance systems.
2016-02-02
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High-performance optical liquid silicone rubber from Proto Labs is a transparent, flexible material that can replace glass in many optical applications.
2016-01-27
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A new Michelin tire is an all-season street grabber with technical attributes derived from endurance racing.
2016-01-25
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Researchers at a U.K. university have revealed a "smart" glazing solution that uses nanotechnology to achieve self-cleaning, energy saving, and anti-glare properties.
2016-01-22
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UV light solidifies photo-curable resins into complex shapes that are then fired to produce strong, fully dense ceramics.
2016-01-21
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Demand for a faster, secure approach to reprogramming on-board control modules, particularly for safety issues, is more urgent than ever. Over-the-air technologies bring a new set of issues, says an expert at Wind River.
2016-01-20
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A significant chunk of Audi's €24B technology investment will be in automated/autonomous systems. Chairman Stadler provides details.
2016-01-20
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System offers fast response and eliminates piston drag, but hydraulic output to front wheels is still needed for larger cars.
2016-01-20
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Volvo's new premium sedan is built on the SPA scalable architecture. Semi-autonomous "Pilot Assist" operates at up to 80 mph and features large animal detection.
2016-01-20
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VLF Automotive, a partnership of industry veterans Bob Lutz and Henrik Fisker and industrialist Gilbert Villarreal, showed Force 1, a Viper-derived sports coupe, and promises delivery for June. Its V10 engine is tuned to deliver 745 hp.
2016-01-19
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The new Lexus flagship coupe, due in about a year, looks like is the Lexus LF-LC Concept from the Detroit show in 2012. That concept was meant as something of a hint at the brand’s design direction, but overwhelmingly favorable comments on the car encouraged Lexus to approve a close copy for production.
2016-01-18
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At last week's media preview to the North American International Auto Show, there was a lot more than cool new vehicles on the show floor. This year, the industry's technology suppliers showed up in force.
2016-01-13
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Last year's double-digit hiring spree of engineers continues at Schaeffler as demand in North America intensifies for the supplier's engine, transmission, and chassis technologies.
2016-01-13
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Bentley’s design, engineering and R&D programs are expanding as never before under the VW Group.
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