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2011-08-26
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There is a fork in the road for the lower tiers of the U.S. automotive supply chain. One road leads to a nice part of town, the other to a not-so-nice part. That is how researchers at Case Western Reserve University see things.
2011-08-26
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The companies will collaborate on an all-new hybrid propulsion system and component technologies for RWD, high-input-torque applications such as pickup trucks and SUVs.
2011-08-23
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Mercury offers PLM technology and services to a variety of companies looking to improve their product life-cycle management.
2011-08-23
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Kistler’s PiezoStar (IEPE-type) piezoelectric accelerometer with center hole mounting is designed to provide vibration measurements across three orthogonal axes in support of automotive and aerospace noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) and other testing environments characterized by rapid temperature fluctuations.
2011-08-23
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Given the choice of developing their future-generation hybrid-electric technologies separately and deploying them later, or working together to develop and deploy a single hybrid technology sooner, Ford and Toyota have decided on the latter.
2011-08-19
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When an OEM hits on a great solution, it invariably clings to it for decades. Mercedes-Benz has done just that with its two-seat, folding hardtop (vario roof) SLK, and with the updated C-Class sedan and coupe.
2011-08-19
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Vector Scientific’s expertise in the complementary disciplines of occupant injury analyses and vehicle accident reconstruction includes application of occupant and vehicle computer simulations.
2011-08-19
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HIL testing is used to shorten development and testing time for both engine and machine control systems. To use this process, many of these companies have to develop and maintain expertise in the area of model-based development.
2011-08-19
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The U.S. Department of Energy announces grants just days after announcing more stringent CAFE standards for heavy-duty vehicles and only a bit longer after announcing a proposal for more stringent light-duty CAFE standards.
2011-08-18
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Ford Vice President of Global Product Programs, Barb Samardzich, has been reassigned as Vice President, Product Development, Ford of Europe, effective Sept. 1. The 52-year-old degreed mechanical engineer will oversee all product development activities in Europe.
2011-08-18
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Chris Middlemass has been hired as the new Director of Business Develpment for IAV Automotive Engineering (IAV's North American subsidiary). He has more than 30 years of experience in the international automotive industry, having worked in technology areas including turbochargers, air systems, and ignition systems. 
2011-08-18
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With real-time knowledge of train location, operators can improve on-time performance, improve safety, and increase track capacity.
2011-08-18
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Blackmer's TXH35A Series sliding vane pumps feature cast-iron materials suitable for tank trucks handling nonabrasive and noncorrosive petroleum products including fuel oil.
2011-08-18
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PPG’s Opticor advanced transparency material is the first new transparent plastic developed in more than 50 years for aerospace applications, according to Anthony Stone, Global Director for New Business Development and Innovations for Transparencies.
2011-08-17
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AVL's new SESAM i60 FT is designed for the measurement requirements of Euro VI and EPA 40 CFR part 1065 emissions testing regulations.
2011-08-15
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Advanced measurement platforms are leading a growing trend in synchronization that reduces cabling, adds absolute time referencing, and optimizes data correlation for large systems.
2011-08-12
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Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) introduces the Aquila hybrid microscope, which combines the versatility of optical microscopy with the power of a scanning electron microscope.
2011-08-12
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A strategic partnership in vehicular technology related to the smart grid between the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) and SAE International is helping in development of a global coupler and accompanying smart grid communications capabilities for charging plug-in vehicles.
2011-08-11
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American businesses that operate heavy on-road vehicles will save an estimated $50 billion in fuel costs under fuel-efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions standards announced by NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) and the U.S.
2011-08-11
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Dassault Systèmes partnered with Local Motors to deliver the first co-created military vehicle. Local Motors’ community was asked to develop a vehicle body design that could support two types of missions—combat reconnaissance and combat delivery and evacuation.
2011-08-10
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AC Propulsion's all-electric eBox adds to its ongoing vehicle-to-grid (V2G) investigative role at the University of Delaware (UD) with a complementary research assignment at Technical University of Denmark (DTU).
2011-08-10
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Of the 42,629,318 battery cells used in hybrid vehicles produced by Ford Motor Co. since 2004, only five cells have failed.
2011-08-10
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Seco’s MDT 2MM offers a cutting edge width of 2 mm for grooving, parting, and profiling of small and micro parts.
2011-08-10
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Caterpillar Inc. plans to open a new manufacturing facility in Xuzhou, Jiangsu province, China, with construction and modification of pre-existing buildings beginning this year and production scheduled to start in mid-2012.
2011-08-10
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By analyzing CFD simulations early in the product development process, engineers can detect possible errors, significantly reducing development costs and increasing profit margins for automotive companies, according to a recent study from TechNavio.
2011-08-10
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The log-EZ from TandD Corp. can be used to measure and record temperature and humidity in locations such as laboratories and production facilities.
2011-08-10
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Wind River’s latest in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) software platform enables OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers to develop sophisticated IVI devices.
2011-08-10
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Advanced solar-control glass can alleviate the A/C system’s workload and is about 10% lighter than similar-thickness tempered glass—both of which can contribute to better fuel economy/freight efficiency as well as increased range in electrified vehicles.
2011-08-09
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Cyclone Power Technologies, developer of the all-fuel, clean-tech Cyclone Engine, and its licensee, Advent Power Systems Inc. have been awarded a $1.4 million contract from the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Command to develop a compact 10-kW auxiliary power unit (APU) to increase operating efficiencies and decrease fuel usage of various ground combat vehicles.
2011-08-09
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Version 7 of nCode GlyphWorks graphical test data processing software system from HBM features optimized testing.
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