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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.
2012-10-09
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The U.S. Navy awarded Boeing a $1.9 billion contract for 11 P-8A Poseidon aircraft, which will take the total fleet to 24 and bolster the service's anti-submarine, anti-surface warfare and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities.
2012-10-09
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Algae.Tec and Lufthansa signed a collaboration agreement for the construction of a large-scale algae-to-aviation biofuels production facility. The site will be in Europe adjacent to an industrial CO2 source.
2012-10-09
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Northrop Grumman Corp. and AgustaWestland signed a comprehensive teaming agreement to respond to anticipated requests for both the new U.S. Air Force Combat Rescue Helicopter and the U.S. Navy's program to develop a new "Marine One" presidential helicopter.
2012-10-09
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A General Dynamics C4 Systems-led team received a contract from the U.S. Marine Corps to build up to four Engineering Development Models and nine Limited Deployment Units of the Processing and Display/Sensor Data Subsystem (PDS/SDS) for Increment 1, Phase 2 of the Common Aviation Command and Control System (CAC2S).
2012-10-09
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New commercial vehicles, onboard storage tanks, and shipping container-sized fueling stations signal the latest CNG products.
2012-10-09
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The 2.5-L I4 is optimized for greater fuel efficiency, refinement, lower manufacturing costs, and broad vehicle applications. It features GM’s first application of variable intake-valve lift. The new engine architecture includes a 2.0-L turbo version.
2012-10-09
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The concept from the 2012 Paris Motor Show could be a hint at the future design direction for the Daimler subsidiary’s compact Fortwo two seater.
2012-10-09
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Two recent announcements attest to continuing efforts by government and industry to make the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle viable. On Oct. 5, the U.S. Department of Energy said it would make available $1 million for efforts to "identify cost-effective and efficient materials and processes to produce hydrogen from renewable energy sources and natural gas."
2012-10-08
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Engineers study replacing hydraulic actuators in the primary flight-control systems with electromechanical systems.
2012-10-08
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To improve cabin conditioning for hybrid and electric vehicles, Visteon Corp.’s heat pump system transfers energy contained in the ambient air to cool and heat the cabin.
2012-10-08
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For the Concept B-Class Electric Drive shown at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, the battery pack is said to provide a range of up to 200 km (125 mi) on a full charge. Battery recharging can benefit from a rapid charging facility, which is said to be able to provide a range of up to 100 km (62 mi) after one hour of charging from a 400-V supply.
2012-10-08
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The company used the 2012 Paris Motor Show to display the Active Concept Tourer that looks set to compete with FWD rivals such as the Audi A3 and Mercedes-Benz B-Class.
2012-10-08
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Job losses and plant closures mean tough times for PSA Peugeot Citroën at the moment. So what better place than the French national motor show to demonstrate that design flair and engineering are alive and well in the company?
2012-10-08
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The design-oriented Adam was the only car on show on the Opel booth at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, the solo act signifying the importance of the company’s first entry into the European three-door hatchback A-segment.
2012-10-08
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Model-based design has revolutionized the way products are developed, and perhaps in some surprising ways.
2012-10-05
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Neil Pattison, Cummins' Director of On-Highway Engine Business for EMEA & CIS, discusses Euro 6, natural gas, and hybridization at the recent IAA Commercial Vehicles Show in Hanover.
2012-10-05
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To support rapidly increasing demand for smaller-displacement engines, BorgWarner is preparing to launch a new variable cam timing technology in global applications in 2015. Engineered specifically for downsized gasoline and diesel I4 engines, the modular design supports a variety of cam phasing technologies, including cam torque actuated (CTA) and torsional assist (TA) phasers with optional mid-position lock technology.
2012-10-05
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Working with supplier 3M, General Motors engineers have developed what they claim is an industry-first LED taillight technology that delivers a soft, uniform red glow in a complex and unique shape. It is being deployed first on the MY2013 Buick Enclave, then will be cascaded to other Buick models, the company says.
2012-10-05
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Bilsing Automation’s flexible destacking solution can separate and feed both steel and aluminum blanks in various sizes and configurations.
2012-10-05
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Ashcroft bimetal thermometers eliminate the use of mercury to measure temperature safely and reliably.
2012-10-05
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Specialized wireless transceivers from Ritron allow wireless connectivity and commercial, off-the-shelf convenience in a compact package.
2012-10-05
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The Applied Kilovolts HW and HX Series of high-voltage modules from ITT Exelis include the 100-W HW Series with output voltage ranging from 1 to 50 kV, and the 200-W HX Series with output voltage of 40 to 50 kV.
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