Criteria

Text:
Content:
Display:

Results

Viewing 5971 to 6000 of 10229
2010-09-08
Article
As Internet became more common in homes and offices, it was widely expected that it would also be common in light vehicles. Yet Internet access in light vehicles remains relatively rare in most countries today.
2010-09-08
Article
OEM and aftermarket consumer telematics systems continue to gain momentum in both developed and developing regions due to growing popular awareness of their many benefits related to safety, security, maintenance, convenience, infotainment, and cost savings.
2010-09-08
Article
Foton and Freescale Semiconductor announced the establishment of the Automotive Joint Lab during Foton Motor’s 14th anniversary celebration in August. The lab is Foton’s first formal cooperation project in automotive electronics, providing evidence of the enhanced R&D investment and development Foton is making in this area.
2010-09-07
Article
The continually expanding role of electronics in vehicles has prompted two consortia to focus on common technologies. A new German automotive group plans to improve diagnostics for electronics while a consortium promoting communication standards for wireless sensor networking recently formed an automotive group.
2010-09-07
Article
Racing technology has the reputation of being a rich source of innovations that find their way into commercial passenger vehicles. Fuel injection, turbochargers, and carbon-fiber materials are among the racing-originated developments that make today’s passenger cars more efficient and agile. But, surprisingly, mainstream automotive OEMs might be able to teach racing teams something about vehicle design.
2010-09-07
Article
To maximize combat survivability and crew effectiveness, air crews need an effective means of protecting their eyes from the risk of injury from lasers. The U.S. Air Force Research Lab recently began using Optis’ OptisWorks light and color simulation software to simulate the performance of various manufacturers’ proposed designs of anti-laser eyewear.
2010-09-07
Article
Freescale Semiconductor and the BMW Group teamed up to jointly develop a dual-core microcontroller that is being used in BMW’s 2010 luxury sports activity vehicles, highlighting a growing trend for automakers and suppliers to collaborate. A growing number of automakers and suppliers are collaborating to shorten design times and help engineers take a broader vehicle view of systems.
2010-09-07
Article
Meggitt Sensing Systems’ Endevco Model 8530B miniature, high-sensitivity absolute piezoresistive pressure transducers offer high-output measurement capabilities with high linearity and thermal transient stability in a compact (3.86-mm face diameter) and lightweight (2.3 g) package.
2010-09-07
Article
TDK-EPC develops compact dc-link circuit power capacitor chips (PCCs) for electromobility.
2010-09-07
Article
Kurt self-centering vises can improve machining center productivity by positioning and clamping workpieces precisely and quickly on a defined symmetrical axis.
2010-09-07
Article
ETP shaft-locking bushings from Zero-Max produce accurate and concentric mounting compared to mechanical shaft-locking bushings.
2010-09-07
Article
The 2200 high-voltage, 40-W amplifiers from Trek incorporates a number of high-performance features.
2010-09-07
Article
The QuickSwitch Model 6297 Optical Multimode 3 switch from Electro Standards Laboratories is suited for laser-enhanced 10-Gbit laser applications.
2010-09-07
Article
Narda’s Model 4797 miniature variable attenuator provides attenuation of 0-45 dB, with low insertion loss and operation over an extended temperature range.
2010-09-07
Article
Ford is the first automaker to use Wi-Fi provisioning on the assembly line to wirelessly equip driver-connect software to vehicles as they are being built, reducing manufacturing complexity and saving cost.
2010-09-07
Article
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has been awarded a Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) to provide research and development support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane Division.
2010-09-07
Article
Raytheon Technical Services Co. LLC (RTSC) received a contract valued up to $120 million to support facilities and operations for astronaut training at NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC) and Sonny Carter Training Facility in Houston.
2010-09-07
Article
Lockheed Martin has received a $111.4 million contract modification from the U.S. Air Force for sustainment of the F-22 Raptor fleet, resulting in a contract value of $709 million. This modification is for the 2010 Follow-On Agile Sustainment for the Raptor (FASTeR) contract, which was issued initially in 2008 and extended in 2009.
2010-09-07
Article
The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s (UAB) School of Engineering has opened a new center with both a composite materials laboratory and a metals laboratory. The UAB Materials Processing and Application Development Center, or MPAD, is a facility where UAB will help industry design and test new materials, technologies, and applications.
2010-09-07
Article
Northrop Grumman Corp.'s Europe-based air traffic management systems subsidiary, Northrop Grumman Park Air Systems, has been awarded contracts by NATS Services to provide surface movement radar and air traffic monitor systems for Heathrow airport's virtual contingency facility (VCF) and instrument landing systems (ILS) for regional airports around the U.K.
2010-09-07
Article
Masten Space Systems has signed a contract with NASA's new Commercial Reusable Suborbital Research (CRuSR) program. The initial contract is for four flights of test payloads on Xaero, Masten's next-generation vehicle currently in assembly.
2010-09-07
Article
Following development of DARPA's daytime persistent surveillance system, BAE Systems has been awarded an additional $49.9 million contract to develop the advanced processor for the agency's nighttime, IR system—the Autonomous Real-time Ground Ubiquitous Surveillance–Infrared (ARGUS-IR).
2010-09-07
Article
GE Aviation announced plans to create an environmental coatings facility for advanced military jet engine components in Alabama. GE Aviation is in the final stages of selecting a location for creating an Environmental Coatings Center of Excellence, which will enhance components for the GE/Rolls-Royce F136 jet engine for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) F-35 program.
2010-09-07
Article
Eurocopter signed a cooperation agreement with China’s Tongji University that integrates the Shanghai-based institution into the company’s family of university partners, with the goal of training future technicians and engineers in helicopter technology and reinforcing the international exchange in research and development.
2010-09-01
Article
As the global engineering labor market continues to fluctuate, how can you be adequately prepared? Tim McAward of Kelly Engineering Resources tells you how.
2010-09-01
Article
Deborah Walker, a Certified Career Management Coach with extensive experience as a headhunter and corporate recruiter, gives advice on what will capture the attention of employers and win you interviews.
2010-08-31
Article
Hyundai's growing R&D activities are at the core of the automaker's rapid product development and technical maturation. AEI recently toured the Namyang, South Korea, facility and spoke with Hyundai's top R&D engineer, Dr. Woong-chul Yang.
2010-08-31
Article
Tata's $2500 Nano delivers bang for the buck with “frugal engineering.”
2010-08-31
Article
HBM’s RY61M strain gage hole-drilling rosette is used to determine residual stresses in components.
2010-08-31
Article
The PTAM27L series inclinometers from ASM Sensors, based on microelectromechanical systems technology, provide linear output for single- and dual-axis tilt angle measurement.
Viewing 5971 to 6000 of 10229