Criteria

Text:
Content:
Display:

Results

Viewing 5011 to 5040 of 10150
2011-05-17
Article
The Boeing Co. received a $4.2 million, 16-month contract to design and develop a 25-kW high-brightness laser for the Pentagon's High Energy Laser-Joint Technology Office (HEL-JTO). Boeing will develop the solid-state electric laser based on thin disk laser (TDL) technology.
2011-05-17
Article
Eurocopter has started construction on its new integrated development center, part of the Systemhaus project, at its German site in Donauwörth. This center, due to be completed in 2012, will concentrate all the resources, skills, and equipment required to develop, manufacture, certify, and maintain helicopters in one location.
2011-05-17
Article
The U.S. Air Force recently awarded Northrop Grumman Corp. a $372 million contract to begin designing an advanced electronically scanned array (AESA) antenna system as part of Increment 2 of the B-2 extremely high frequency (EHF) satellite communications program.
2011-05-17
Article
Rockwell Collins’ Athena inertial navigation system and global positioning system (INS/GPS) has been selected to provide guidance and navigation for the Anka medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) UAV, developed by Turkish Aerospace Industries Inc.
2011-05-17
Article
Axion technology involves replacing the lead negative electrode with an activated-carbon negative electrode, the negative electrode being the main failure mechanism in a lead-acid battery.
2011-05-17
Article
Focus is on fuel economy-enhanced "aero" and rear cameras for driving in traffic-choked city, features credited to New York native Jason Castriota, Saab's Executive Design Director.
2011-05-17
Article
The option package for Mahr Federal’s MarForm MMQ200 Formtester provides the measurement of surface finish parameters according to ISO, ASME, and JIS standards.
2011-05-17
Article
The Model 4372-2 two-way power divider from Narda operates from 800 to 2500 MHz and is used for an array of applications including commercial wireless and defense systems.
2011-05-17
Article
Crystek’s CVCO55CC-2850-2950 voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) operates from 2850 to 2950 MHz with a control voltage range of 0.3 to 4.7 V.
2011-05-17
Article
With companies relying more than ever on CAE and simulations to reduce cost and time of product development, the unique challenges of managing simulation data has spawned a new look at technologies for managing that data.
2011-05-17
Article
ASM Sensors offers an improved catalog featuring a range of Posirot rotary position sensors as well as Positilt single- and dual-axis inclinometers.
2011-05-17
Article
The H1B 160 cm³ bent axis motor from Sauer-Danfoss joins the H1 axial piston pump family to improve efficiency, reliability, and flexibility.
2011-05-16
Article
Exechon AB says its platformless PKM delivers high dynamics and accuracy while dramatically reducing cost.
2011-05-16
Article
The Automotive Centre of Excellence (ACE) is comprised of a core research facility, with capability for full climatic, durability, and life-cycle testing, and an integrated research and training facility, with space dedicated for research, education, and training.
2011-05-14
Article
The loaders come standard with a hydraulic quick coupler, third-spool hydraulics, and Kubota engines. Also new for Kawasaki: its first hybrid loader.
2011-05-13
Article
Volkswagen Group of America on May 11 celebrated the groundbreaking of a new 63,000-ft² (2300-m²) facility in Oxnard, CA, for emissions testing and powertrain development. The $25 million lab/tech center replaces an existing facility in Westlake Village, CA, and will open in phases throughout 2012.
2011-05-13
Article
General Motors Co. announced May 10 that it will invest about $2 billion in U.S. vehicle-assembly and components plants. The announcement was made at the company's Toledo transmission plant, where it will invest $204 million for an all-new eight-speed transmission that will be fitted to "future vehicles."
2011-05-13
Article
As it prepares to issue an official proposal this September on corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) standards for MY2017-2025, NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) is now seeking public input on a complementary report that the agency must complete.
2011-05-13
Article
Dana broke ground May 10 for its 14th global technical center. It will be located in Wuxi, Jiangsu province, west of Shanghai. The staff there will work on advanced product and applications engineering through research, design, development, and testing of light-duty axles and driveshafts; sealing and thermal products, including electric-vehicle battery coolers; off-highway axles, driveshafts, and transmissions; and commercial vehicle driveshafts.
2011-05-13
Article
Managing battery packs for electrified powertrains is a major challenge, but battery management has been relatively ignored by teams designing the majority of cars with internal combustion engines. That’s changing swiftly as stop start technology begins to gain market acceptance.
2011-05-13
Article
Continental has come up with a new center stack module concept that it claims provides harmonious surfaces and greater freedom of design. One of the on-screen driver information sources is tire pressure monitoring, and Continental has just issued a recommendation that OEMs should use direct measuring technology with a sensor in each tire.
2011-05-13
Article
The shift to digital broadcasting and the emergence of vehicle-to vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications may drive a shift to software defined radio (SDR). NXP Semiconductor is promoting these computer-like radios, which use software to handle a range of radio frequencies.
2011-05-13
Article
Everspin Technologies, a fledgling supplier of a new type of memory chips, has begun shipping automotive grade devices as part of a move to make automotive one of its mainstay markets. The magnetic memory supplier highlighted its market entrance by highlighting usage on a BMW team racing motorcycle.
2011-05-13
Article
As news of cyber attacks and viruses sent over networks becomes increasingly more common, the auto industry is starting to put more emphasis on security. Chipmakers are adding encryption technologies that will help prevent hackers from altering code.
2011-05-12
Article
Kent E. Helfrich, Executive Director, Electronics Integration & Software, GM Powertrain, and Executive Lead, EcoCAR Challenge, meets with AEI to discuss the use of modeling tools in the three-year collegiate engineering competition.
2011-05-11
Article
A123 Systems, developer and manufacturer of Nanophosphate lithium-ion batteries and systems, has signed a production agreement with Smith Electric Vehicles to supply battery modules for Smith’s lineup of zero-emission, all-electric commercial vehicles (CVs).
2011-05-10
Article
The Automotive Centre of Excellence (ACE) is comprised of a core research facility, with capability for full climatic, durability, and life-cycle testing, and an integrated research and training facility, with space dedicated for research, education, and training.
2011-05-10
Article
Mohamed Alamgir, Research Director, LG Chem Power Inc., updates on how the Chevrolet Volt battery systems are performing in the field and discusses cell replacement concerns and forthcoming vehicles to feature LG Chem battery cells.
2011-05-09
Article
Classroom walls adorned with dimensional paper models and foam cutouts helped convey the creative language of the college students competing in a steel wheels design challenge.
2011-05-09
Article
A new family of Lotus-designed, mechanically simple gasoline engines would be produced by a commodity-component supplier for high-volume OEM applications.
Viewing 5011 to 5040 of 10150