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2012-10-22
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Rolls-Royce won a contract to power the U.S. Navy’s future fleet of hovercrafts, known as the Ship-to-Shore Connector (SSC). It will work with Textron Marine & Land Systems, which has been selected to build the initial development craft, in a program that could extend to 73 craft.
2012-10-22
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The Office of Naval Research awarded Rockwell Collins a contract to develop technology to locate and classify an adversary’s attempts to interfere with GPS signals and disrupt military operations. The three-year contract for the Modernized Integrated Spoofer Tracking (MIST) program calls for Rockwell Collins to develop technology and prototype system concepts to detect and locate the sources of transmitted signals that are intended to disrupt the warfighter’s ability to navigate and communicate.
2012-10-22
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Boeing awarded Elbit Systems of America LLC a $17.5 million contract to redesign and upgrade the Apache Block III AH-64D Mission Processor. The Block III Mission Processor provides the aircraft with an open-system computing architecture that will be expected to integrate with both current and next-generation technologies.
2012-10-22
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NASA has awarded ATK a $50 million contract to complete engineering development and risk reduction tests as part of the Advanced Concept Booster Development for the Space Launch System (SLS). ATK's effort focuses on overcoming key technological challenges in developing advanced booster requirements for NASA's SLS program.
2012-10-22
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Autoliv said Oct. 19 that it will expand its technical center for active safety and vehicle restraint development in Shanghai, China. The expansion will enable the company to increase its crash testing, engineering of passive and active safety systems, and global core airbag development in China.
2012-10-19
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Lincoln on Oct. 19 formally opened a new design studio in Dearborn, MI. It is the brand's first new, fully dedicated design center in four decades. Located on the campus of Ford Motor Co.'s Product Development Center, the studio is home to a skilled, co-located global team of designers, sculptors, math sculptors, and modelers representing a dozen nationalities.
2012-10-19
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SAE International is working with global automakers to investigate the formation of a new Cooperative Research Program (CRP) regarding 1234yf refrigerant. The formation of the group is in response to a Daimler AG press release on Sept. 25 that questioned the safe use of the refrigerant.
2012-10-19
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The modular architecture is scalable for a wide variety of vehicle applications. It features two input shafts, each driven by its own electric motor, following DCT principles but with two motors instead of twin clutches.
2012-10-19
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Weight reduction is already a significant consideration in companies’ product development efforts, and the emphasis is only going to increase in the years ahead, according to SAE-member survey respondents.
2012-10-19
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Faurecia engineers and other personnel recently completed occupation of new offices in Southfield, MI. The Southfield Customer Center covers 50,000 ft² (4600 m²) and is dedicated to engineering, product development, program management, sales, and marketing in support of Ford.
2012-10-18
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A high-speed amphibious, single-seat sports vehicle is headed to production after engineers logged more than two million hours developing various patented technologies.
2012-10-17
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iQ-AutoLife is a fourth-generation driver experience solution from iQ-Telematics focused on connecting people safely.
2012-10-16
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A123 Systems announced on Oct. 16 that it is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as part of a plan to sell its automotive business assets to Johnson Controls in a transaction valued at $125 million.
2012-10-16
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For the people living or working in densely populated urban areas, getting from point A to point B can be challenging. And those time-consuming, headache-provoking commutes commonplace in gridlocked cities have the attention of problem-solvers.
2012-10-16
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MOST150, the latest generation of MOST, enables Internet protocol data communication, providing the automotive-ready Ethernet channel according to IEEE 802.3 with freely configurable bandwidth from 0 to nearly 150 Mbit/s.
2012-10-15
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The dean of automotive electronics observers and six global OEM experts will discuss the impact of Apple and Google; cloud computing; speech recognition; open-sourced software; infotainment system pricing; software virtualization, and much more during the "Carmakers Speak" panel on October 17, at the 2012 SAE Convergence conference.
2012-10-15
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Mikrosens’ MS16070A is a small-format, analog, uncooled infrared image sensor. With a low-power, low-noise sensor readout circuit, the device provides an NETD value below 250 mK.
2012-10-15
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Engineers from Suzuki Motor Corp. developed an efficient method for simulating an ATV landing after a jump so that the strength of the frame can be quickly determined at an early design stage.
2012-10-15
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Featuring a diesel engine from Audi as a range extender and modular energy storage beneath the driver’s cab, the MAN Metropolis plug-in hybrid truck concept—developed in cooperation with Benteler Engineering Services and revealed at the recent IAA Hanover Show—will begin a two-year field test as a refuse collection vehicle in January 2013.
2012-10-15
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The 4-ft Transonic Wind Tunnel (4T) was recently shut down to undergo a major upgrade, to include a new data system, captive trajectory system (CTS), flex nozzle actuators and controls, roll system, and new diffuser seal flaps.
2012-10-15
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Symtavision’s SymTA/S 3.2, the system-level tool suite for planning, optimizing, and verifying embedded real-time systems, now offers system-level distribution analysis and AUTOSAR 4.x support.
2012-10-15
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DfR Solutions’ Sherlock Automated Design Analysis physics-of-failure (PoF)-based design software analyzes, grades, and certifies the expected reliability of products at the circuit card assembly level.
2012-10-15
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The advanced system to debut in Europe will require a more robust and reliable starter for a higher number of starts and an advanced power net architecture. The similar U.S. market version is expected to arrive in 2016-17.
2012-10-14
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The J1772 Combo Connector is designed to drastically reduce charging times.
2012-10-12
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Sturman Industries’ second-generation S-TEC (Sturman-Total Engine Controller) is designed to be fully capable and configurable. As a user-customizable controller, customer support options for the Sockeye S-TEC are available from bare board purchases to turnkey solutions.
2012-10-12
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Suitable for advanced driver assistance systems, electric power steering, hybrid and electric vehicles, aviation anti-skid control, off-highway vehicles, rail propulsion control, and more, Texas Instruments Inc.’s 32-bit Hercules TMS570 ARM Cortex-R4 safety microcontrollers expand the product line to include 36 configurations that customers can choose from to meet application-specific needs.
2012-10-10
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Lockheed Martin was awarded a contract valued up to $1.85 billion by the U.S. Government to initiate the upgrade of 145 Block 20 F-16A/B aircraft for the Republic of China. This retrofit program will include the addition of an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar, embedded global positioning, as well as upgrades to the electronic warfare and other avionics systems of Taiwan's F-16s.
2012-10-10
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Dassault Falcon recently launched Dassault Falcon Aircraft Services–China, a dedicated program with Shanghai Hawker Pacific at Shanghai's Hongqiao International Airport. The program is staffed by a team of Dassault technicians with an average experience of 10 years on Falcon business jets and specifically trained for Falcon 2000EX EASy, Falcon 900EX, and Falcon 7X models.
2012-10-10
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3M's Uniform Lighting Lens technology is a light management solution that uses a precision-engineered, micro-patterned polycarbonate that provides even illumination when used as an inner lens in light-emitting diode (LED) taillamp designs.
2012-10-09
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The Office of Naval Research awarded a $13.5 million contract to an industry team led by Lockheed Martin to explore highly advanced autonomous technologies aboard an unmanned vertical take-off and landing aircraft.
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