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2012-05-09
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Geartronics is working with Penny+Giles, a business group of Curtiss Wright Controls, to improve shift times and reliability of its motorsport paddleshift system for semi-automatic gearboxes.
2012-05-09
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A seatbelt innovation from Autoliv covers the shoulder that is unprotected in the conventional three-point belt. The company's vertically oriented two-point belt supplements the three-point, the latter of which is very effective in frontal crashes but less so in other types such as side-impact, rollover, and crashes in which the vehicle rotates.
2012-05-09
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Thomas & Betts' Blackburn KUBE motor lead disconnects provide a fast, snap-together connection that saves time in changing out electric motors, eliminating the need to cut through insulating tape and unbolt conventional lugs.
2012-05-09
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Autonet Mobile, a provider of applications and connectivity platforms for vehicles, has entered into a strategic partnership with Bosch's Car Multimedia Division on an Internet-Protocol-based telematics control unit (TCU).
2012-05-09
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SABIC Innovative Plastics expands its Lexan polycarbonate portfolio with three new engineered film grades to help satisfy the growing demand for cost reduction, greater design flexibility, higher performance, and compliance with global environmental regulations.
2012-05-09
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Texas Instruments' ADS1115-Q1 is the industry's most highly integrated automotive-qualified 16-bit delta-sigma analog-to-digital converter (ADC), claims the company.
2012-05-09
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Melexis’ MLX90620 FIRray sensing device uses the company’s noncontact temperature measurement technology to create a cost-effective thermography solution that is suitable in applications such as pedestrian detection, close-range blind-spot detection, and occupancy classification.
2012-05-07
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Test World Oy is building what it claims is the world's first year-round indoor winter test center, just where one would expect it—within the Arctic Circle. The facility “will remove one of the biggest bottlenecks in the development of vehicles: winter test dependence on the season and prevailing weather,” Harri Eskelinen, President and CEO of the Finland-based company, said in a news release.
2012-05-04
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Rolls-Royce's first manufacturing facility outside of the U.K., the new Seletar industrial campus, contains research and training, wide-chord fan blade production, and assembly and test facilities, along with other resources to support the 1000 staff who will work there.
2012-05-03
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SAE International's J1772 “combo connector,” which will allow for both slower ac charging and faster dc charging of plug-in vehicles using a single vehicle electrical inlet, gets its first North American public demo next week after months of internal testing by automakers.
2012-05-03
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Mike Mansuetti has been named President of Robert Bosch LLC, effective July 1. In this position he will work closely with the business units and sales organizations to guide the regional growth strategy with a focus on cross divisional business opportunities and new business areas.
2012-05-03
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The 2012 release of Delcam’s PowerINSPECT hardware-independent inspection software includes a number of extra options to make inspection easier, as well as features the addition of basic reverse engineering functionality to the point-cloud module.
2012-04-30
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Linear variable differential transformers (LVDTs) from RDP Electrosense are electromechanical transducers used to monitor railway tracks.
2012-04-30
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Honeywell adds the SS39ET integrated circuits series to its linear Hall-effect magnetic position sensor product line.
2012-04-30
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U. S. roads could become a web of vehicles communicating with each other automatically by 2025, bringing about improvements in safety and congestion.
2012-04-30
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Ford invited SAE Magazines to its German crash-test center to witness a B-Max side-impact demonstration to show that the car's Easy Access Door System "is as safe as it is innovative”.
2012-04-30
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Robert Bosch Car Multimedia recently teamed up with Open Kernel Labs to access virtualization software that’s already being used in a number of consumer products.
2012-04-30
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In response to the soaring use of cameras in vehicles, the company's Pipelined Vision Processor can accelerate up to five concurrent image algorithms, letting a single camera run several tasks such as high-beam control, front-end crash avoidance/mitigation, lane-departure warning, pedestrian detection, and traffic-sign recognition.
2012-04-30
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As AUTomotive Open System Architecture continues to gain acceptance, Revision 4.0.3 of the protocol adds some networking capabilities and focuses on improving compatibility between AUTOSAR 3.0 and 4.0.
2012-04-30
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The company has merged its microcontroller with NEC’s in a family that will be the company’s mainstay automotive controller.
2012-04-30
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Performance and reliability are key factors for a new powertrain microcontroller from Freescale Semiconductor, but security is also an important factor in the design. Concerns about hackers and owners who want to tweak emissions are driving a new emphasis on protecting data.
2012-04-27
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The nation's top safety administrator peppered his keynote address to SAE 2012 World Congress attendees with thank-you sentiments to engineers for solving complex problems.
2012-04-27
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Webasto Product North America's Aftermarket Sunroof division features a new switch design for its new and improved Hollandia 700-II Sunroof series.
2012-04-27
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Yes, whopper-sized engines are still around, but even engineers admit there is a lot to like about smaller displacement engines.
2012-04-27
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Electric vehicles have support from governments and many corporations, but building an infrastructure to support them still poses many challenges. Installation costs are fairly high and licensing can be a challenge.
2012-04-27
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Fast-talkers took a seat at SAE 2012 World Congress in an orchestrated 5-min meet-and-greet experience on the show floor.
2012-04-27
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Hella is expanding operations in the U.S., Brazil, and Mexico, the head of the company’s electronics division in the America’s said at a wide-ranging press briefing April 25 in conjunction with the SAE 2012 World Congress. It expects stop/start technology to provide a boost to sales.
2012-04-26
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Getting a rear-wheel-drive vehicle up a 30° incline is a fairly easy task when 150 kids are behind the driving controls.
2012-04-26
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The government and automakers don't always see eye-to-eye, but during a panel discussion at the SAE 2012 World Congress the only thing causing eyes to cross was the inability to predict future fuel prices.
2012-04-26
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The looming LEV III standards, which include a potential drop of particulate matter emissions to an almost imperceptible 1 mg/mi by 2025—loom like dark clouds over powertrain engineers working on gasoline direct injection (GDI) and diluted/lean-burn combustion technologies, as well as advanced diesels.
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