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2011-06-14
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East Penn Manufacturing has expanded its line of Intimidator AGM batteries for optimized accessory and starting power, now available for automotive, marine, commercial, power sport, golf car, electric vehicle, portable power, and other battery needs
2011-06-14
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Aeroflex has added popular avionics waveforms to its S-Series signal generator family.
2011-06-14
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The highly configurable Swing Key block from Boston-Power is a series of interconnected swing cells in a robust mechanical enclosure.
2011-06-14
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Ford is forming a 50-50 joint venture with Sollers OJSC of Russia to expand its operations in the country. The companies, as Ford Sollers, have applied for $1.4 billion in long-term financing from the Russian development bank Vnesheconombank.
2011-06-14
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Caterpillar Inc. has opened a new 20,000-m2 (215,000-ft2) remanufacturing facility in Singapore that will serve as the regional source for remanufactured major components—including engines, transmissions, final drives, and torque converters—for large off-highway trucks and other mining equipment.
2011-06-14
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With the goal of expanding its car seat business to European automobile manufacturers on a global basis, Japan's Toyota Boshoku has acquired the interiors business of Austria's Polytec Holding AG. That business comprises eight manufacturing sites in Germany, Poland, and South Africa, along with a research and development operation in Germany.
2011-06-13
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Fleet operators can provide the kind of introductory effort that the Electrification Coalition, an industry advocate organization, says is needed to help promote the adoption of battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) in the U.S., a process that has so far been slowed by high costs and inadequate range.
2011-06-13
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Traffic monitoring and warning system developed with Caltrans and UC Berkeley could cut road congestion.
2011-06-11
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Automated safety system monitors left-turn, cross-traffic maneuvers into busy, low-visibility intersections.
2011-06-11
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Porsche rolled out a thrifty new hybrid and speedy new Turbo S variants of the Panamera premium sedan.
2011-06-11
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Mercedes-Benz makes its market offering lower and sleeker in a bid to move it out of the economy car segment and into the premium mini car arena.
2011-06-11
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When three universities launched the Virginia Nanoelectronics Center (ViNC) in May, researchers gained a venue for sharing information to develop next-generation electronics.
2011-06-11
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Integrated multiphysics simulation technology helps to address these challenges by enabling engineers to rapidly evaluate—prior to physical prototyping—functionality, performance, and cost of a wide range of design alternatives.
2011-06-11
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Liquefied gas is the alternative fuel of choice for a new regional distribution truck from Volvo Trucks that can also fulfill long-haul requirements. The Volvo FM MethaneDiesel will launch initially in select European countries where sufficient infrastructure exists.
2011-06-11
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With the Kontron PCI/104-Express single-board computer (SBC) Microspace MSM-LP, the company expands its PC/104 portfolio with an energy-efficient platform for demanding environmental conditions.
2011-06-11
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Meggitt Sensing Systems introduces the Endevco model 133 three-channel general purpose piezoelectric signal conditioner with a wide bandwidth of 100 KHz (-3 dB corner).
2011-06-11
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Providing second-generation advancements to challenging applications in harsh environments, Melexis' Triaxis sensors feature a variety of position-sensing requirements.
2011-06-11
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Broadening CSR’s offerings for connected car platforms, the CSR6000 is the world’s first fully automotive-qualified stand-alone Wi-Fi solution, claims the company.
2011-06-11
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With a change in process technology from flash memory to ROM and size reduction, SMSC’s OS81092 is a cost-down version of its MOST50 intelligent network interface controller.
2011-06-11
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Meggitt Sensing Systems' Endevco Model 133 three-channel piezoelectric signal conditioner features a wide bandwidth of 100 kHz (-3 dB corner) and is designed to condition accelerometer output signals within modal and structural analysis, NVH, automotive and aerospace testing, and general in-laboratory applications.
2011-06-11
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Vespel SCP-5009 polyimide shapes from DuPont assist customers requiring extended part life in sealing and bearing applications, especially in nonlubricated, high-friction environments.
2011-06-11
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Epoxy Inc.’s 20-3652 epoxy potting compound meets NASA’s low outgassing requirements.
2011-06-11
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Lee Products’ high-pressure relief valve is designed for flow control applications that require a high relief pressure and a high flow rate in a compact package.
2011-06-11
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As an expansion of its automotive product portfolio, AVX offers a compact radial-leaded, high-temperature varistor solution.
2011-06-11
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Hydraulic oil reservoirs and fuel tanks for off-road and specialty vehicles from IFH Group are manufactured in mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and aluminized steel.
2011-06-11
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The compact Endevco model 73 triaxial piezoresistive shock accelerometer from Meggitt Sensing Systems was designed to provide measurements in three orthogonal directions.
2011-06-11
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Metso’s Lokotrack ST3.5 mobile screen classifies rock-based recyclable materials with an output of about 130 ton/h (118 t/h).
2011-06-09
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EB (Elektrobit), Freescale Semiconductor, and QNX Software Systems Ltd. are teaming to form a proven base on which automakers can develop reconfigurable, branded instrument clusters with advanced graphical capabilities and performance.
2011-06-09
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More than one-third of light-duty vehicles sold globally in 2020 will be equipped with stop-start technology, according to clean-tech market intelligence firm Pike Research. Sales are projected to grow from 3 million units in 2011 to 37.3 million units per year by 2020, according to the firm.
2011-06-07
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A new family of 3-cylinder EcoBoost engines, a new 8-speed planetary automatic, an in-house-developed e-CVT, and a flurry of enabling technologies show Ford's seriousness in meeting tough new fuel efficiency regs.
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