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2016-09-19
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SAE has teams of engineers working on standards specific to next-gen battery chemistries to be ready when the technologies hit the market.
2016-09-18
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Volvo isn't trying to be BMW or Mercedes-Benz, promoting the all-new 2017 S90 sedan as a true luxury car with an emphasis on technology and safety rather than searing performance.
2016-09-17
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As the auto industry develops higher-performance battery components aimed at increasing the range of electric vehicles, current advanced batteries are edging closer to the end of their electrified vehicle lifespan.
2016-09-17
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Composite machine manufacturer Mikrosam delivered a fully automated filament winding line for CNG tanks to automotive supplier Magna’s Austria plant.
2016-09-17
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Ford hooks up its power-punching Ecoboost 2.7-L V6, all-wheel-drive and brilliantly tuned adaptive damping for the Audi-baiting 2017 Fusion Sport
2016-09-16
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Eaton’s (St. Louis, MO) new Bussmann series electric vehicle (EV) fuses are specifically designed to protect sensitive electric and hybrid automotive equipment, including high-voltage, high-capacity batteries, power-conversion equipment, contactors, cabling and other auxiliary circuits.
2016-09-16
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Advanced tire-simulation modeling allows tire development to keep pace with accelerated vehicle development cycles.
2016-09-14
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Construction has started on a new Jaguar Land Rover manufacturing facility in Nitra, Slovakia.
2016-09-14
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Increasing its presence in a region some are beginning to refer to a “Silicon Valley – East,” Germany-based auto supplier Bosch this week opened an expanded technical center in Pittsburgh, PA, doubling the size of its longstanding technical facility at another site in the city that has become a hotbed of autonomous-vehicle and robotics development.
2016-09-14
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EpoxySet Inc. has released SetWORX specialty polymers, a line of high-performance materials.
2016-09-12
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A veteran Volkswagen AG engineer pleaded guilty in federal court to a criminal charge for his involvement in the German automaker’s ongoing diesel-emissions scandal, marking the first criminal charge to date in the year-long investigation into the company’s efforts to circumvent diesel-engine emissions regulations in the United States and Europe.
2016-09-12
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The practice of building compatibility checks into your development process ensures that designs are compatible with all system requirements right from the start. Just look at Toyota.
2016-09-10
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The G-Vectoring Control name is a bit of a misnomer. It is not a torque-vectoring system aimed at dramatically improving race-circuit lap times. Rather, the purpose of the system is to endow the vehicle with refined and natural smoothness in normal day-to-day driving environments.
2016-09-10
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The connected car’s emergence is as disruptive for insurance companies as it is for automakers. Usage based insurance (UBI) holds a major role in future plans, prompting insurers to partner with OEMs and create apps that provide services that make UBI more attractive to customers.
2016-09-09
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PSA Citroën’s latest demonstration of its original technological and aesthetic design capabilities is the CXperience concept, timed for unveiling at the Paris Auto Show.
2016-09-09
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The WLTP and other 'real-world' vehicle test cycles offer new lubrication opportunities for engine designers striving to make further improvements to power units. BP Castrol's chief engineer details what can be done.
2016-09-06
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With FASTSUITE Edition 2, CENIT provides an efficient Digital Factory solution for smart manufacturing.
2016-09-06
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To speed up noise and vibration data analysis for vehicle manufacturers and industrial machinery, Brüel & Kjær offers RT Pro 7.3 enhanced software for its Photon signal analyzer.
2016-09-06
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BASF offers an additional service for polyurethane (PU) systems in automotive interiors.
2016-09-06
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Model ASUH miniature hybrid high-integrity pressure transducer from KA Sensors is designed for use in rugged environments from -65 to +300ºF (-54 to +149ºC) and vibration levels of more than 20 g.
2016-09-02
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As a new option, YXLON provides ASTM E2973 digital reference images for aluminum and magnesium die castings in its imaging software Image2500 and Image3500 of X-ray inspection systems, including Y.MU2000-D and MU60 AE.
2016-09-01
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Time of flight (ToF) cameras are ready to let drivers control some of the many options of today’s infotainment systems with a mere wave of their hand. ToF-based systems can also monitor drivers to see if they’re drowsy or not watching roadways.
2016-08-31
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The SPR process can join aluminum, steel, plastics, carbon fiber, composites, and combinations of materials without the need for a pre-drilled hole. And SPRs don’t require heat to complete the assembly process.
2016-08-31
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In addition to Heimatec's standard tooling line, the company offers custom-designed and special tooling service.
2016-08-25
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Volvo and Uber executives provide insights into their collaboration to develop next generation autonomous driving (AD) cars aimed at reaching full SAE Level-5 standard.
2016-08-24
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For the auto industry, the lines are drawing for the 2018 MTE due date amidst the expected higher costs of the advanced technology needed to meet the next required step-up in vehicle fuel efficiency.
2016-08-19
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Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz show slinky new concept cars that suggest autonomous driving shouldn't be inevitable.
2016-08-18
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FiatChrysler's 2017 model year brings bawdy new Dodge throwback models, more Jeep variants and fewer Fiats.
2016-08-17
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Predicting more accurately what happens in the complex chemical reactions between air and fuel when they are compressed and ignited in an IC engine’s combustion chamber—and solving the challenge of exhaust particulates—may have taken a step forward with the creation of the Computational Chemistry Consortium (C3), driven by the auto industry’s need to meet increasingly stringent global emissions regulations.
2016-08-16
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Get ready for the “pod” car: Ford announced today that it intends to mass-produce a driverless, fully autonomous vehicle for commercial ride-sharing or ride-hailing service in 2021. The vehicle apparently will be the embodiment of today’s notion of the driverless-vehicle extreme: it will have no steering wheel, brake or accelerator pedals, said president and CEO Mark Fields during the announcement at the company’s Palo Alto, CA, research campus.
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