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2011-06-29
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Aleris has signed a five-year contract to provide aluminum plate and sheet in a range of alloys to Airbus for its global programs. The agreement covers supply for the years 2012 through 2016. The agreement also includes the development of a recycling program, where Aleris will recycle scrap for Airbus.
2011-06-29
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Electro-Mech’s SW44752 split-image switch assembly offers night vision imaging system compatibility by incorporating night vision goggle green-B light filters into its Series 600 quad lamp/LED push-button switch series.
2011-06-29
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SSI Technologies' selective catalytic reduction system diesel exhaust fluid combination sensor monitors urea level, temperature, and concentration and is designed to meet emissions regulations for on- and off-road OEMs.
2011-06-28
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The A8516 multi-output white LED/RGB (red/green/blue) driver from Allegro MicroSystems is an integrated-circuit LED driver for backlighting medium and large LCD monitor displays.
2011-06-28
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MapleSim 5, the latest release of Maplesoft’s physical modeling and simulation software, features a broader application scope, streamlined modeling environment, and the ability to efficiently simulate even more systems.
2011-06-28
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Audi is investing time, money, and broad-based expertise in pursuit of successfully achieving CO2-neutral power generation and mobility.
2011-06-27
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Companies that make operating systems are scrambling to gain seats in infotainment systems. The open source Linux community is gravitating towards the GENIVI Alliance platform, while a handful of consumer companies are attempting to exploit the growing link between portable consumer products and automotive platforms.
2011-06-27
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At the Detroit Telematics 2011 conference this month, NHTSA Administrator David Strickland admonished telematics companies who said the car is the ultimate mobile device.
2011-06-27
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The telematics industry is poised for solid growth as carmakers add connectivity capabilities to their vehicles. But there are still many questions about the services that will be provided, and how those who provide services can bring in revenue.
2011-06-24
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Positronic’s hermetic products range from a single connector to an array of connectors mounted on a flange.
2011-06-24
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InterRegs subscription-based website offers a new online video that will assist automotive engineers seeking accessible, up-to-date global regulations.
2011-06-24
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Electro-Mech’s SW44752 split-image switch assembly offers Night Vision Imaging System compatibility by incorporating NVG Green-B light filters into its Series 600 Quad Lamp/LED push-button switch series.
2011-06-24
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BeamTrack from Ophir Photonics Group is a series of thermal detectors that combines multiple functions: power, energy, beam position, and beam size.
2011-06-24
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Phas-Lok adjusting hubs from Zero-Max provide a fast method for changing the phase relationship of components in a power transmission system.
2011-06-24
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Omega’s wireless borescopes feature a wireless probe that can operate the instrument anywhere without a cable.
2011-06-24
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With a cut in funding for NextGen likely, FAA and industry will have to pick up the slack. But progress is being made.
2011-06-22
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SAE International is putting technical information, in a variety of formats, at the fingertips of mobility engineering professionals, to help them do their jobs better.
2011-06-22
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The recently released “Engineer Employment Study for Mobility Industries, 2011-2016” offers encouraging news for mobility-industry professionals on the job hunt.
2011-06-21
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Collier Research recently released HyperSizer v6 structural sizing and analysis software, which integrates with FEA solvers in a continuous, automated iterative loop, conducting trade studies and examining millions of potential design candidates down to the ply—or even element—level.
2011-06-21
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In announcing a new research office to open in California later this year, the Renault-Nissan Alliance touted its location directly across from Google's campus. "Minutes from leading hardware and software companies, the offices in Mountain View will allow one of the world’s largest automotive groups to capitalize on the region’s world-class engineering talent and stay ahead of trends that are reshaping the way people interact with their cars," the company said in a press release.
2011-06-21
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The Center for Automotive Research (CAR) in Ann Arbor, MI, says the average increase in vehicle price automakers would need to charge for compliance with long-term corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) mandates that are now being considered by the U.S. government range from $3700 to more than $9000.
2011-06-21
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General Motors claims its 2012 Buick Regal GS sedan features the most power-dense engine ever offered by GM and ever certified by SAE International. The Ecotec 2.0-L delivers an SAE-certified 270 hp (201 kW), for a specific output of 135 hp/L.
2011-06-21
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Starting with courses in September, SAE International and the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) will launch a global sourcing engineering certificate program. The courses will help teach engineers, quality professionals, purchasers, and other specialists how to improve efficiencies and cut costs within the global design engineering community.
2011-06-21
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The AUIR3330S from International Rectifier is an intelligent power switch with a proprietary active di/dt control feature that significantly reduces conducted electromagnetic interference and switching losses.
2011-06-21
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Limestone powder "cloud" collects paint overspray, turning it into an ingredient in concrete, a first-ever application for the system.
2011-06-19
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Despite huge advances in primary and secondary visibility, there continues to be constraints on further improvement caused by the often conflicting requirements of vehicle design and structural integrity, including the thickness of the A-pillar—a vital aspect of crashworthiness. But now, Autoliv has come up with a potential solution: an expandable pillar.
2011-06-19
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Working with partner SKF, Volvo Car Corp. engineers believe their new system for kinetic energy recovery can compete with traditional PHEV systems on efficiency and cost.
2011-06-19
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Booming noise, a low-frequency NVH phenomenon below 200 Hz, defined as continuous bass drum roll, distant thunder sound, or a deep resonant sound like an explosion, is one of the concerns of off-highway machines.
2011-06-19
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LiuGong's D-Series features computer-aided systems for greater operating efficiency, lower fuel consumption, and overall reliability.
2011-06-19
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A range of 500s will help kick-start the Fiat brand’s revival on U.S. roadways after a more than 20-year absence. Vehicle Line Executive for the Fiat 500, Joe Grace, and others talk about bringing the iconic car to North America and the collaboration between engineers in Turin and Detroit that helped make it happen.
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