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2010-11-07
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Cessna Citation Ten marks the debut of the Garmin G5000 avionics suite and a Cessna-exclusive advanced cabin management system, as well as new, more powerful and efficient Rolls-Royce engines.
2010-11-07
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Changing how smart phones are used inside a car could obsolete certain in-vehicle electronics and data storage units as early as 2015, according to a Delphi executive.
2010-11-07
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A European Commission project has led to the development of a tractor that operates on solar power. Meanwhile, a zero-emissions tractor has debuted in North America.
2010-11-07
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Among the many trends discussed by industry leaders during the Global Executive Leadership Panel at the recent SAE Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress was the challenge—and importance—of attracting young people to the engineering profession and, more specifically, to the military and defense businesses.
2010-11-07
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With its built-in, high-precision dc and constant current supply, Dewetron’s DAQP-STG module enables direct connection of quarter, half, and full bridges as well as piezoresistive bridges, resistors, potentiometers, and Pt100 to Pt1000 sensors.
2010-11-07
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FS-480 Series flow switches from Gems Sensors & Controls feature port sizes up to 3/4 in (19 mm) and are suitable for monitoring processes that push excessive fluid through their systems and require low pressure drop.
2010-11-07
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Minnesota Rubber and Plastic has custom-molded a complex, three-piece assembly into a single part of high-performance polyetherimide (PEI) plastic to increase operating life for a radiator sight gauge on a skid steer loader.
2010-11-07
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Fallbrook Technologies’ NuVinci Delta Series accessory drives and primary transmissions feature continuously variable planetary drive technology.
2010-11-07
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Part of its flexible termination product lines, Kemet’s tin/lead end metallization provides flex performance and improved reliability while minimizing the risk of a catastrophic and potentially costly failure event.
2010-11-07
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Continental’s pedestrian protection system fundamentally enhances the protection of pedestrians on the roads.
2010-11-07
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Larson Electronics' Magnalight high-power LED emitter was designed to control dimming and strobe functions and features a separate control wire.
2010-11-07
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W. L. Gore & Associates’ lighter-weight RG coaxial cables for aircraft communication and navigation systems provide weight savings without compromising performance.
2010-11-07
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Pioneer Magnetics’ 32-V, 780-A, PM37223-10P power supply features 25 kW in a 2U package that yields a power density of 19 W/in3.
2010-11-07
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DARPA awarded Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne a contract, with a value up to $1 million, to design an engine for the Transformer (TX), a vertical takeoff and landing, road-worthy concept study vehicle. The engine design will use technology from the EnduroCORE engine developed by P&WR.
2010-11-07
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The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) awarded the Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI) a $9.299 million cooperative agreement, which will fund cooperative research in computational aeronautical sciences to be carried out by OAI researchers working in collaboration on site with researchers in the Computational Sciences Center in the Air Vehicles Directorate at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Dayton, OH.
2010-11-07
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The U.S. Navy awarded ATK a $67-million contract for the production of AAR-47 Missile Warning System Weapon Replaceable Assemblies (WRAs), encompassing the production of new and retrofit components, optical sensors, control indicators, and computer processors.
2010-11-07
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The U.S. Navy awarded Honeywell a one-year, $34 million contract extension for performance-based logistics (PBL) supply support for auxiliary power units (APUs). Honeywell will provide PBL support for the F/A-18, P-3, and C-2 aircraft.
2010-11-07
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Sikorsky Aircraft announced plans to design, build, and fly two prototype light tactical helicopters as the follow-on advancement to the X2 Technology demonstrator aircraft that unofficially shattered the helicopter world speed record in September with a flight speed of 250 kt.
2010-11-07
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Augusta Systems Inc., a provider of technologies that power the intelligent convergence of devices, systems, and networks, has been awarded a $1.4 million contract from the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) for the continued testing and enhancement of a distributed, intelligent network of unmanned vehicles, unattended ground sensors, video cameras, and other devices.
2010-11-07
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Enflite Inc. signed an agreement to provide interior cabin mechanisms and galley appliances to Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. for its new G650 business jet aircraft. The G650 cabin mechanisms will include electrically operated console tables, pocket doors, and monitor lifts.
2010-11-07
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Plasan, a provider of armor solutions, and TPI Composites Inc., an innovator in the field of composites manufacturing, have formed Armored Chariots LLC, a new joint venture. Armored Chariots, based in Warren, RI, will design and produce next-generation crew compartments for military vehicles.
2010-11-07
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Ford Motor Co. plans to invest an additional $850 million in Michigan between 2011 and 2013, adding up to 1200 new full-time jobs in manufacturing and engineering operations. The company expects approximately 300 jobs to be salaried positions within its engineering and manufacturing operations and the remaining 900 will be hourly positions in its manufacturing facilities.
2010-11-07
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Hitachi Ltd. and Johnson Controls Inc. have signed a memorandum of understanding to work together on several fronts in the field of advanced energy storage for motive and nonmotive applications. Areas of cooperation include lithium-ion battery technology, R&D, procurement, production, marketing, sales, and standardization.
2010-11-07
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Standards Testing Laboratories Inc. (STL), the world's largest independent testing facility for tires, wheels, and related automotive components, has expanded its Rolling Resistance capabilities to test tires with up to 10,000 lb (4536 kg) of radial force.
2010-11-06
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Oshkosh Corp. announced the opening of a new manufacturing plant in Tianjin, China. The state-of-the-art facility produces access equipment made by Oshkosh subsidiary JLG for China and other Asian markets.
2010-11-06
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Polaris Defense, a division of Polaris Industries Inc., has been selected for a contract award to provide ultralight utility vehicles to the Army National Guard. The five-year contract includes the Polaris RANGER CREW 800 and Polaris RANGER 6x6 800 Side-by-Side vehicles as well as accessories and training.
2010-11-06
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Komatsu will produce HD785 large dump trucks with maximum payload of 91 ton (83 t) at Komatsu Manufacturing Rus LLC (KMR)—which opened in Yaroslavl, Russia in June—to capitalize on demand for dump trucks for use in mines in the mid- to long-range future in resource-rich Russia.
2010-11-05
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The U.S. EPA and the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) are proposing the first national standards for greenhouse gas emissions and fuel efficiency for heavy-duty trucks and buses.
2010-11-01
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The growing complexity of electronic systems is prompting a major change in design processes. Whether they’re probing deeply into fuel combustion or integrating many control modules used in passive entry systems, engineers are doing more development in virtual environments.
2010-11-01
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Shutting off the engine at stoplights, rail crossings, and other places where drivers stop for a while can provide solid improvements in fuel economy. Most European carmakers have adopted this technology, and components suppliers such as Hella and ZMD are predicting that U.S. automakers will follow suit as they push to meet new fuel economy requirements.
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