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2012-01-31
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Engineered to meet the rigorous qualifications and demands of the automotive semiconductor market, Broadcom’s BroadR-Reach is the world’s broadest automotive ethernet portfolio, claims the company.
2012-01-31
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The ASX340AT is a camera viewing solution from Aptina.
2012-01-31
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Corning Inc. has entered into new multiyear supply agreements with heavy-duty diesel engine, truck, construction, and agricultural equipment manufacturers, reserving a substantial portion of its current and future diesel capacity for their needs.
2012-01-30
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Whether in smaller vehicles working in urban areas and/or enclosed spaces or in larger vehicles, quieter systems will eliminate the need for hearing protection and cut down on fatigue caused by long exposure to high noise or vibration levels.
2012-01-30
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Joysticks provide more functionality, programmable displays provide more data, and switches work in conjunction with software to help off-highway operators do many tasks with minimal effort.
2012-01-30
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Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science and Technology Co., Ltd. has ordered 375 trucks from Scania that will be used as a platform for mobile concrete pumps. The deliveries are scheduled to occur in April. The Swedish heavy truck and bus maker has delivered trucks to Zoomlion since 2008, including Zoomlion’s largest mobile concrete pumps, which have a span up to 80 m (262 ft) and are mounted on Scania’s four- and five-axle truck chassis with six-cylinder, 420- to 470-hp (313- to 351-kW) engines.
2012-01-30
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Rockwell Automation offers two Allen-Bradley power monitor models that provide manufacturers with scalable, cost-effective insight into how, when, and where energy is being used throughout the production process.
2012-01-30
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The California Air Resources Board (CARB) on Jan. 27 adopted rules for fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that largely align with proposed federal rules for the years 2017-2025 but add certain mandates designed to help automakers achieve the required fuel-efficiency and GHG levels.
2012-01-30
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Researchers at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University and Michigan-based REL Inc. on Jan. 17 announced that they are working on a one-piece aluminum-composite brake rotor that they estimate will shave about 30 lb (14 kg) from a midsize sedan while offering triple the brake life expectancy. 
2012-01-30
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University of Stuttgart Institute researches new processes for laser cutting of carbon-fiber-reinforced plastics (CFRPs).
2012-01-27
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Using design for Six Sigma, SKF redesigned its MacPherson suspension bearing unit to meet increased performance demands, in terms of higher reliability and increased operating life, to withstand higher levels of severe driving conditions.
2012-01-27
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There is a new technology that enables makers of products with bored holes to achieve accuracies measured in millionths—even "fix" bore geometries. It also enables high process capabilities (Cpk), all in automated, high-throughput production.
2012-01-27
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The U.S. Air Force awarded Lockheed Martin a $21.5 million contract to provide a Launch and Checkout Capability (LCC) to command and control all GPS III satellites from launch through early on-orbit testing.
2012-01-26
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The Daimler concept is a fuel-cell/lithium-sulfur-battery hybrid with integrated hydrogen storage.
2012-01-26
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Canadian researchers are finding ways to reduce landing noise in a facility designed to study the sounds that come from the interaction of certain airplane parts and wind.
2012-01-25
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Clever design enables a compact 7-speed gearbox capable of handling over 1100 N·m.
2012-01-25
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The GT500 Super Snake has 750 hp as standard, with a special supercharger upgrade for 800 hp. The GT350 supercharged performance is 525 or 624 hp. The GTS “entry level” model has a six-cylinder engine for 30 mpg highway fuel economy or can be supercharged to 475 hp.
2012-01-25
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Leveraging their reputation as experts in medical robotics, Johns Hopkins engineers have turned their attention skyward to help NASA with a space dilemma.
2012-01-25
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Researchers have invented a new type of electronic switch that performs electronic logic functions within a single molecule.
2012-01-24
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Nippon Avionics features five new models of noncontact-type YAG laser welders, expanding the company’s line beyond conventional contact-type resistance welders.
2012-01-24
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Mercedes trims 275 lb (125 kg) by switching to aluminum-intensive construction.
2012-01-24
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Boeing received authorization from the U.S. Air Force to produce and launch the eighth and ninth Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) satellites. WGS-8 and -9 will join four other satellites that are part of the Block II series.
2012-01-24
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Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. submitted a mission concept study to NASA for the storage and transfer of cryogenic propellants in space. Ball Aerospace was one of four companies awarded a six-month contract by NASA to develop a mission concept that demonstrates long-duration, in-space storage and transfer of cryogenic propellants.
2012-01-24
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US Airways selected Saab Sensis Corp.'s Aerobahn airport surface management system for use at its three hubs located at the Charlotte-Douglas, Philadelphia, and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airports.
2012-01-24
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Human-machine interface, EV battery thermal management, and communications technologies are the focus of significant new investments as Denso prepares for growth in North America.
2012-01-23
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Although motorsport technology has only a small direct influence on production vehicles, lighting used on race cars is an area that Audi sees as very useful for testing advances for road applications.
2012-01-23
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The VW Group brand provides a glimpse into its comprehensive portfolio of active safety technologies, some in series manufacture, some being developed for next generation models and, even further into the future, others that the company regards as likely to make it to production.
2012-01-23
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The drive to provide vehicle owners with more information that’s easy to understand is prompting display providers to unveil products that offer more depth of field than conventional units. Taking vastly dissimilar approaches aimed at different applications, Johnson Controls and TRW Automotive recently demonstrated displays designed for instrument clusters and keypad entry.
2012-01-20
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In an industry where saving a few cents on a control module provides huge benefits, there’s always interest in what a module costs. IHS iSuppli recently pulled apart electronic modules on a Ford Edge to determine the manufacturing costs in its first teardown of a full vehicle.
2012-01-20
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Though supportive of the decision by NHTSA, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, to close its investigation related to cases of unintended acceleration in some Toyota models, an arm of the National Academies has issued a report describing as "troubling" NHTSA's inability to convincingly address public concerns about the safety of automotive electronics.
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