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8-in color display

MTA’s Sea Hawk 8-in color display has been chosen to be fitted on all seven models of CASE Construction Equipment’s new G-series wheel loaders, recently introduced on the market.

Kubota goes 'big' with first-ever 200-hp diesel engine

Known for its compact diesel engines below 100 hp (75 kW), Kubota unveils its first diesel engine above that threshold, the 5-L V5009 with an output of 210 hp (157 kW). The new 4-cylinder engine will be Tier 4 Final and EU Stage V ready when mass production begins in 2020.

Accumulator design and assembly process

To address the disadvantages mainly in the traditional manufacture of diaphragm accumulators, Freudenberg Sealing Technologies developed a new approach—one that the company says requires fewer process steps, fewer components and shorter installation times.

Wave spring series

The Crest-to-Crest Wave Spring Series from Smalley, which features the company’s C (imperial) and CM (metric) Series, has been expanded.

Wärtsilä virtualizes marine engine design and testing

The costs of building and running prototype engines are high, but they’re extremely daunting when each cylinder of a marine engine provides more than 1000 kW (1340 hp). That’s prompted Wärtsilä to invest heavily in hardware and software so modeling, simulation and virtual testing can be used to shorten development time and ensure that all design requirements are met.

Seeking a common language for vehicle automation

In late March, SAE had a unique opportunity—a first, according to the record books: Testifying before Congress about an SAE Standard. More specifically J3016—Levels of Vehicle Automation.

Core Ford, New Ford…One Ford?

Engineers don’t get credit for simply delivering safe, durable and in many ways fun vehicles that delight customers. This is one root of the frustration that’s been growing within Dearborn’s “Core Ford” engineering groups.

U.S. sues FiatChrysler over diesel emissions

The U.S. Justice Dept. files suit against FiatChrysler, alleging the company used Volkswagen-like emissions "defeat devices" for 2014-16 diesel-engined Jeep and Dodge vehicles.

DARPA's ALIAS successfully lands a Boeing 737 simulator

Aurora Flight Sciences demonstrated DARPA's ALIAS automated flight technology in a Boeing 737 simulator. ALIAS showcased its ability to utilize the existing 737 auto-landing system to autonomously land the aircraft safely in the event of pilot incapacitation.