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2017-03-13
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PRQA features updates to its static application security testing (SATS) solutions for the C and C++ languages, QA·C and QA·C++.
2017-03-13
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Noumenon Multiphysics simulation consultants use an advanced understanding of physics and mathematics to build new simulation platforms or help customers use simulation platforms optimally.
2017-03-13
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Foreign materials like dust, mud, road salt, snow and other related debris can cause lens or sensor obstruction that will lead to degraded or non-functional system performance.
2017-03-13
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Gesture control is becoming more commonplace in many of the devices we use in our daily lives, from games consoles, swiping and pinching on mobile phones, to point-of-sale devices such as ticketing systems in train stations.
2017-03-13
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Startup-company Twin Spring Coupling features its new power transfer coupling that is warrantied to 300 lb·ft (407 N·m) of torque.
2017-03-11
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Called “Project Minotaur,” the Case DL450 compact dozer loader is a “first-of-its-kind” machine that combines the footprint and performance of a compact track loader (CTL) with the power and dozing characteristics of a bulldozer. The crossover concept was revealed at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2017.
2017-03-09
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The engine maker used the ConExpo 2017 stage to announce its intention to produce a dual-fuel capable (natural gas and propane) off-highway engine by mid-2018, leveraging its already-in-production on-highway CNG truck engine.
2017-03-09
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The company’s new HydroMechiVT hydro-mechanical transmission maximizes the advantages of both hydrostatic and mechanical transmission technologies, while its new HydroMechVPD eliminates the need for an auxiliary diesel engine in applications where a second power source has traditionally been required.
2017-03-09
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Preco Electronics' new PreView Side Defender system aims to reduce trucking's increasing incidence of side-blindspot collisions.
2017-03-09
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JCB stresses Tier 4 compliance, low maintenance and reduced fuel consumption for its all-new 3.0-L DieselMax engine.
2017-03-07
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Caterpillar unveiled its new articulated truck at ConExpo, focusing on the 745's re-engineered exoskeletal cab that is larger, quieter and incorporates operator-assist technologies such as fully automatic hoisting control.
2017-03-06
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Unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, this uber-performance hybrid uses F1 technology.
2017-03-06
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The 7th generation 5 Series, known internally as the G30, focuses on power, torque, mass and aero-drag reduction and refinement.
2017-03-05
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A new version of the LG Chem Z.E. 40 battery delivers nearly double the energy density of its predecessor.
2017-03-04
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Euro NCAP will establish a separate category for autonomous vehicles, but there is not likely to be one for cars that are claimed to protect all occupants from serious injury or death.
2017-03-04
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Automotive lighting technology is changing rapidly–and drivers are a lot safer because of it.
2017-03-03
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Making off-highway equipment, such as construction or agriculture machines, more efficient continues to be a priority after the final phase-in of the U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final emissions regulations. “Some of the companies we work with are running out of credits and unfortunately still struggling with Tier 4,” explained Tristan Donley, Technical Director, Off-Highway Heavy Vehicles North American for Exa, a supplier of software for computational fluid dynamics (CFD).
2017-03-01
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Maruti Suzuki India Limited announced that its Smart Hybrid vehicles, the Ciaz SHVS and the Ertiga SHVS, have crossed cumulative sales of 100,000 units in February.
2017-03-01
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Ashok Leyland’s first Circuit electric bus is designed and engineered entirely in India, by Indians, for India.
2017-02-28
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Called a “new generation” of NOx reduction technology, ASDS (Ammonia Storage and Delivery System) is designed ultimately to replace conventional tanks containing a diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) or AdBlue with lighter, high-efficiency cartridges containing a solid material called AdAmmine.
2017-02-28
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SANY India, a manufacturer of construction, heavy machinery and renewable equipment, has entered into the mining segment.
2017-02-24
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During almost 34 years with Ricardo, Prof. Neville Jackson has been—and continues to be—responsible for a wide range of new technologies and innovations. Now he has added SAE Fellow to his many achievements.
2017-02-24
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The visually captivating Lexus LC coupe debuts Toyota's GA-L architecture and features the new Aisin 10-speed, lightweight construction and a new hybrid powertrain.
2017-02-23
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Lockheed Martin completed recoating the first of a dozen F-22 Raptors at the company’s Inlet Coating Repair Speedline facility, accelerating the aircraft's maintenance cycle.
2017-02-22
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The Truflo SDS39 molded fan from Phillips & Temro Industries (Eden Prairie, MN) is a one-piece, fully molded fan for engines in the off-road and power generation markets.
2017-02-21
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The increased use of humidity-control and anti-condensation systems help to prevent moisture problems in aircraft and to enhance the in-flight comfort of crew and passengers.
2017-02-21
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S.S. White Technologies is supplying flexible rotary shafts for the Honeywell Aerospace Air Turbine Starter on the next-gen GE Aviation GE9X high-bypass turbofan engines.
2017-02-20
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Researchers from Purdue University are studying the fundamental mechanisms behind a method that uses electrical fields to enhance ceramics-sintering processing, which could aid R&D of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and fuel cells. The research also could shed light on a phenomenon called electromigration, which can affect the performance of electronic devices.
2017-02-17
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At NHTSA’s urging, SAE International has launched a working group that is looking to explore ways to "harden" the OBD-II port against hackers.
2017-02-17
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As ground vehicles employ more electronic sensing, control and communication systems, design engineers are increasingly utilizing more commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) modules. Though COTS slashes development time and costs, it’s still difficult for many military users to find COTS boards that meet their low-volume demands for ruggedization and redundancy.
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