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2010-06-15
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Power supplies from Omega Engineering provide a reliable dc power source for any industrial control system.
2010-06-15
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Shimadzu Scientific Instruments’ EMT series Servopulser fatigue testing machine operates exclusively on electrical power and does not generate waste oil or contaminate surrounding lab areas.
2010-06-15
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Buehler’s OmniMet 9.5 image acquisition and quantitative analysis software improves lab efficiency and increases operator appeal via improvements including browsing the database using a typical PC-style folder interface, the ability to store multimedia files (such as instruction files, written procedures, and measurement reports), a preview pane to view thumbnail images of files within a folder, and the ability to flip and rotate images.
2010-06-15
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VSG’s Avizo version 6.2 brings improvements in performance and usability with the addition of advanced tools and feature enhancements.
2010-06-11
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FARO Technologies Inc. and Airbus have signed a five-year agreement for FARO to be a key supplier of laser trackers and measurement accessories for the new Airbus A350 project assembly line. This agreement includes 62 FARO Laser Tracker ION units and also covers Airbus' key system providers for fixtures and production systems.
2010-06-11
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Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. and RUAG agreed to explore aerospace industry cooperation that would assist in introducing the Cyclone multimission helicopter into Germany. RUAG's experience in building, completing, modifying, upgrading, and maintaining military and civil aircraft and helicopters make it a competent partner to the German and leading international aviation industries.
2010-06-11
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Goodrich Corp. has acquired Crompton Technology Group Ltd. (CTG), a designer and manufacturer of advanced carbon-fiber composite products for the aerospace, defense, advanced vehicle, and clean energy markets.
2010-06-11
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Bombardier has agreed to purchase the Saint-Laurent, Quebec, facilities of ExelTech Aerospace Inc., following the latter’s bankruptcy. The acquisition will increase Bombardier’s Global Completion Centre (GCC) capabilities for its Global 5000 and Global Express XRS business jets.
2010-06-11
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Insurance companies are beginning to join in the telematics movement, using connectivity to determine how many miles vehicles are driven. Their interest in gathering data that will help them set rates based on usage may become an important factor spurring the growth of independent telematics.
2010-06-11
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The University of Maryland and Lockheed Martin Corp. signed an agreement that provides a strategic framework for current and future cooperation. The agreement leverages the resources of both institutions to produce innovative solutions for global and national security challenges.
2010-06-11
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GM has created new venture-capital and global alliances groups to accelerate the acquisition and development of new technologies.
2010-06-11
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Fairstar Heavy Transport NV has entered into a contract with Guangzhou Shipyards International Co. Ltd. (GSI) to build two 50,000-DWT open-stern, semi-submersible vessels at a fixed cost of close to $102 million per ship.
2010-06-10
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Engineers involved in the program believe that the X-51A has the potential to be the bridge for several applications, including global reach and commercial transportation, but will particularly pave the way to hypersonic weapons and future access to space.
2010-06-09
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The U.S. FAA spells out the performance requirements for aircraft-tracking equipment that will be required under the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen).
2010-06-09
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Collegiate engineering students design and build open-wheel racecars with visions of demonstrating blazing speed on the acceleration pad, superior vehicle handling on the autocross course, and reliability in the endurance event. But safety overrides everything.
2010-06-09
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With the release of NX 7, Siemens has added new features to bring product and manufacturing information to downstream applications.
2010-06-09
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The iP60-50R water-jet pump from Jet Edge has two intensifier systems. If one system should fail or require service, the second can continue operating until the pump can be shut down for service.
2010-06-09
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Cognex offers an option to deliver the VisionView operator interface to any video graphics array (VGA) display.
2010-06-09
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Sherborne Sensors’ DSIC series of robust, high-precision single- and dual-axis digital servo inclinometers offers RS485 ASCII digital output and built-in active temperature compensation, with a total error band of just 0.08° from true input angle, for high-precision tilt measurements over an operating range of -20 to +70°C.
2010-06-09
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NCL multi-axis machining software from NCCS runs smoothly on a 64-bit workstation with a Windows 7 operating system with no compatibility issues.
2010-06-09
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The Spectroline FC-150 ultrahigh-intensity UV inspection lamp from Spectronics has a built-in fan that reduces operating temperatures and prevents the lamp from becoming too hot to handle.
2010-06-09
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The U.S. FAA awarded Boeing a research and development support contract worth up to $1.7 billion for the Next-Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen). Focus areas of the contract include air traffic management modeling and simulation as well as the full integration of ground and airborne technologies and operations across all vehicle types, including commercial and military aircraft, general aviation, unmanned aerial systems, and rotorcraft.
2010-06-09
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Freescale Semiconductor offers two airbag system solutions for the emerging Peripheral Sensor Interface 5 (PSI5) protocol, including an inertial satellite sensor family and a mixed-signal analog IC.
2010-06-08
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Abaqus 6.10 from Dassault Systèmes is the latest version of the unified finite-element analysis (FEA) and multiphysics product suite for realistic simulation from SIMULIA.
2010-06-08
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General Dynamics was selected as one of three large-business contractors for the U.S. FAA’s System Engineering 2020 Research and Development/Mission Analysis Support program. The 10-year contract has a maximum potential value of $1.2 billion if all options are exercised.
2010-06-08
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Trimble and Russian Space Systems signed a definitive agreement to form a 50-50 joint venture in Russia. Called Rusnavgeoset, the JV will be responsible for selling commercial Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) geodetic network infrastructure systems localized for Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
2010-06-08
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NASA is soliciting proposals for studies designed to identify advanced vehicle concepts and enabling technologies for commercial airliners to fly more economically, quieter, and cleaner by 2025. NASA will select up to four teams for 12-month studies beginning in fiscal year 2011, which will define preferred concepts for advanced vehicles that can operate within the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen).
2010-06-08
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The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) awarded Zebra Imaging Inc. a Small Business Innovation Research Phase II award. Under Full Multiplex Holographic Display (FMHD) Phase II, the company will integrate its interactive 3-D holographic display system, the Dynamic 3-Dimensional Display (D3D), with a USAF warfighter mission application related to air, space, or cyberspace warfare.
2010-06-08
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Navistar Defense, LLC and Tatra, a.s.—a Czech Republic-based manufacturer of heavy-duty, all-wheel-drive, off-highway trucks and chassis cabs—will team for the upcoming Canadian Department of National Defence (DND) Standard Military Pattern (SMP) vehicle program.
2010-06-08
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Curtiss-Wright Corp. signed a definitive purchase agreement to acquire Hybricon Corp., a supplier of high-performance electronic packaging for the aerospace, defense, and commercial markets, for $19 million in cash.
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