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2011-02-18
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Despite the impact of the downturn and spending cuts in many defense markets, innovation and investment in inclinometer technology has continued to broaden the scope of sensor applications in military platforms and address the need for precision, repeatability, and survivability.
2011-02-18
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Magnetek’s Impulse •G+ and VG+ Series 3 adjustable frequency crane controls have been rerated to an increased ambient temperature rating of 60°C (140°F).
2011-02-18
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Cyclone Power Technologies Inc. has successfully completed a third phase of performance tests of its heat-regenerative external combustion engine for Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS), a business of Raytheon Co.
2011-02-18
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Deere & Co. recently announced plans to increase its capacity to build agricultural tractors in India, better positioning itself to pursue the “considerable growth” projected for the Indian tractor market. 
2011-02-17
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Developed by Behr America engineers, the company’s storage evaporator is designed for vehicles equipped with start-stop systems.
2011-02-16
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To facilitate the need to address energy optimization during the aircraft design process, it is necessary to model the energy exchanges between the various subsystems and to predict the detailed distribution of power within the vehicle.
2011-02-16
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Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) will continue to lead a team pursuing the U.S. Army’s Ground Combat Vehicle (GCV) program, an initiative to develop an armored vehicle that will improve survivability and increase fighting capability beyond that of the current arsenal.
2011-02-15
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While there is much intrigue about Caterpillar's new vocational truck, the CT660, being shown publicly for the first time at this year's CONEXPO, the company is debuting over 12 other new machines. One of them, the G Series 775, is being hailed as the first Cat machine to go into production with a Tier 4 Final emissions solution.
2011-02-15
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The U.S. Army’s Tank Automotive Research and Development Engineering Center exhibited an electric-drive vehicle being tested for reconnaissance, surveillance, search, and rescue work for all four armed services.
2011-02-15
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Mass manufacture of Ecotality's Blink Level 2 charging stations has begun at Roush Manufacturing. ECOtality partnered with Roush in July to manufacture the company’s flagship Blink home and commercial charging stations.
2011-02-15
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Standards developed by the Interior Climate Control Standards Committee cover safety, components design, engineering measurements, service equipment, and technician training for the new refrigerant that will go into production later this year.
2011-02-14
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The U.S. Department of Transportation released results from an unprecedented 10-month study of unintended acceleration in Toyota vehicles. The NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) launched the study last spring at the request of Congress and enlisted NASA engineers to conduct new research into whether electronic systems or electromagnetic interference played a role in incidents of unintended acceleration.
2011-02-14
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As the company prepares to reveal its production hybrid models, it remains cautious about pure EV technology except for its small A1 and exotic sports car.
2011-02-11
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An inclusive Universal Mounting Kit available from Electro Static Technology simplifies mounting on most AC motor shafts.
2011-02-11
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An LED panel or dash display from Filter Minder is capable of reading sensor output voltage to help determine filter restriction or other conditions being monitored by a sensor.
2011-02-11
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J.R. Merritt’s compact CS3 Bang/Bang joystick was designed to perform in a range of industrial applications that require durability in tight spaces.
2011-02-11
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Texas Hydraulics offers position-sensing hydraulic cylinders suitable for applications that require a high level of accuracy and repeatability.
2011-02-11
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Tank Advanced Process Technology (TAPT) from TI Automotive is a plastic blow-molding manufacturing technique that provides flexibility to convert plastic fuel tanks into valued solutions.
2011-02-11
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A fingertip pushes the capacitive touch grid's icon for HVAC controls as a beep signals that the control panel's business card-sized blue screen is in the heating/cooling mode on an India-inspired technology demonstration vehicle, called the Growth Market Car.
2011-02-11
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The company's electric-vehicle program is gaining momentum and could ultimately enhance the environmental benefits of road trains.
2011-02-10
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OSRAM Opto Semiconductors’ infrared (IR) DRAGON SFH 4236 extends the IR DRAGON family by maximizing radiant intensity from a small form factor.
2011-02-10
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Turck offers a dual-axis Q42 inclinometer sensor with a CAN open interface for angular tilt detection.
2011-02-10
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A system architecture for a mechanically driven sugar cane locomotive was recently developed by Loadquip Engineering of Australia in conjunction with Caterpillar OEM/Custom Products. Most of the powertrain components are, or were derived from, production components currently used in other Caterpillar products.
2011-02-10
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Developing effective anti-vibration solutions is a never-ending task, not only because quality targets and expectations of manufacturers/customers rise inexorably, but because evolving designs and technologies bring fresh challenges.
2011-02-10
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Magna International Inc. is building of a new state-of-the-art facility in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.  The facility will be a division of Cosma International, a Magna operating unit. The building is expected to be approximately 300,000 ft² (28,000 m²) with the ability to expand up to 450,000 ft² (42,000 m²).
2011-02-10
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Range awareness displays, range extenders, and “security blanket” features minimize possible issues with range anxiety, as charging station infrastructure builds. Some 13,000 stations by 2012, concentrated in areas where sales are made, are expected to build confidence for electric vehicle owners and prospective buyers.
2011-02-09
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Carcoustics International accepted the task of reducing the noise levels in the AS 900 Booster Ahlmann swing-loader.
2011-02-09
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ADA Technologies Inc. received a $70,000 contract from the U.S. Army for Phase I research into the development of advanced electrochemical ultracapacitor systems for use in hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs) for high-power military applications.
2011-02-09
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In early February officials of the Euro NCAP, the European car-safety assessment organization, announced the five best performing cars of 2010. To be selected as safest cars in their categories, the vehicles had to achieve a high overall score and attain the coveted five-star rating.
2011-02-09
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New government regulations for shorter stopping distances, updated regulations for vehicle emissions, and the rising cost of fuel are causing both military customers and fleet customers to look at weight reduction in their vehicles.
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