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2010-04-26
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EADS North America and its industry team of American Eurocopter and Lockheed Martin are independently funding and developing three AAS-72X helicopters to demonstrate the performance, capabilities, and maturity of the rotary-wing aircraft for the U.S.
2010-04-26
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The U.S. Navy's Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) awarded Raytheon Co. an $18.9 million contract to produce LAU-115D/A and LAU-116B/A missile launchers, which are used on Navy F/A-18E/F and E/A-18G aircraft.
2010-04-26
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Herley Industries Inc. received the fifth award for $3.4 million under a five-year contract to supply Tactical Instrument Landing Systems (TILS) for both the F/A-18E/F/G and E-2D U.S. Navy aircraft. The AN/ARA-63 TILS is a microwave landing system that provides precise elevation and azimuth guidance information necessary for critical aircraft carrier landings.
2010-04-26
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Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. is collaborating with the U.S. Army to develop an optionally piloted demonstrator Black Hawk helicopter. Sikorsky Innovations, Sikorsky Aircraft’s technology organization, is leading the development program and plans to fly the optionally piloted demonstrator aircraft this year.
2010-04-26
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The pairing of turbos with increasingly sophisticated exhaust-gas recirculation strategies help both diesel and gasoline engines meet more stringent upcoming CO2 regulations. But technology challenges must be overcome.
2010-04-26
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The new tool enables engine-development teams to visually map out the combustion process and see characteristics, profiles, and phenomenon that previously could not be measured and visualized.
2010-04-26
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The innovation consolidates the four major components of a typical diesel aftertreatment system—the De-NOx catalyst, diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC), soot filter, and the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system—into two major elements: a DOC/lean-NOx trap (LNT) and an SCR catalyst integrated with the soot filter substrate.
2010-04-26
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Among recent advances in the area of U.S. battery development and manufacturing, Toda America on April 20 officially broke ground on its first U.S. manufacturing plant to produce lithium-ion cathode materials for battery cells.
2010-04-23
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The V3500A RF power meter from Agilent is a palm-sized device that includes a built-in display and integrated power sensor.
2010-04-23
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Grote Industries expands its product offerings with the Trilliant infrared (IR) high-output WhiteLight LED lamp featuring two high-intensity IR light engines integrated into the bezel.
2010-04-23
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Kistler’s Type 8688A integral electronics piezoelectric triaxial accelerometers feature an optional Transducer Electronic Data Sheet and measure vibration simultaneously in three orthogonal axes.
2010-04-23
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Eaton’s CM120 modular hydraulic valve offers configuration options for various mobile applications and combines modular design features with the company's screw-in cartridge valve technology.
2010-04-23
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Freudenberg-NOK’s energy saving seal (ESS) is designed to reduce friction-related energy losses by up to 25% compared with conventional radial shaft seals.
2010-04-23
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Atmel’s AT42QT1110 is an off-the-shelf automotive-qualified capacitive touch controller.
2010-04-23
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Techwell’s TW8823 is an advanced LCD controller for center console and rear-seat entertainment applications.
2010-04-23
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With one of her two engineering degrees in packaging engineering, Patti Kreh, Manager of Engineering Meetings for SAE International, knows how to take many elements and put them together into one cohesive package. And that is what is required to put together an SAE World Congress.
2010-04-23
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LPKF Laser & Electronics’ laser hybrid welding technology is an expansion upon transmission welding of plastics.
2010-04-23
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An all-electric SUV under development by an American company and a Chinese automaker made its public debut at an EV eco-challenge competition in South Korea.
2010-04-23
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MTA says its PDU allows a simplified wiring harness layout in the engine bay, keeping harnesses safe from the water and dirt associated with typically harsh environments.
2010-04-23
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Chrysler, General Motors, and 55 suppliers took the bankruptcy reorganization route as some 200 suppliers liquidated their business or simply left the automotive industry in the past two years. The ripple effect is still creating waves.
2010-04-23
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A new Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) study shows that Ford's Sync voice-activation system helps drivers minimize electronics-related visual distractions. The study, results of which were released April 15 in Detroit at the SAE 2010 World Congress, compared the Sync system to manual operation of handheld cell phones and music devices. 
2010-04-23
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General Motors now has a bigger design presence in Korea. The company recently opened the Seoul Advanced Design Studio, which is the base for GM's global mini and small vehicles. The 30 designers and other employees there specialize in exterior and interior styling, as well as research on trends in colors and materials, advanced electronics, digital design, and studio engineering. 
2010-04-23
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The European research project called Large-Eddy & System Simulation to predict Cyclic Combustion Variability in gasoline engines (LESSCCV) recently was launched. Part of the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development, the LESSCCV project aims to significantly improve the understanding and the modeling of cyclic variations in some major types of spark-ignition engines.
2010-04-23
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Daimler and Renault-Nissan recently announced an equity exchange and a "broad strategic cooperation" that is expected to produce benefits in short order. One area of cooperation will be a jointly developed common architecture for small cars.
2010-04-23
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The Lockheed Martin-led team developing the Orion crew exploration vehicle has completed fabrication of the world’s largest heat shield structure. The high-temperature composite material system, which is also suitable for commercial applications such as automobiles and heavy vehicles, was developed by the Lockheed Martin Orion thermal protection system team in partnership with TenCate Advanced Composites.
2010-04-23
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“Later this year, we expect to announce some significant programs in the off-highway side—off-highway is essentially all the construction, material handling, mining, and specialty. There is a lot of discussion right now on building infrastructure in the U.S.
2010-04-22
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While everything about Hyundai’s Equus flagship premium sedan is conventional except its owner’s manual—an Apple Co. iPad, that conventionality may well mark a success for an upstart contender in the luxury-car market like Hyundai because there are no obvious shortcomings or corners that were cut to produce the car’s aggressive $55,000 (approximate) price tag.
2010-04-22
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Mercedes-Benz jump-started its press conference at the 2010 New York International Auto Show, which included the world debut of a restyled R-Class family hauler and the U.S. introduction of the E-Class wagon, by unveiling the racing version of its already racy gull-winged SLS AMG sports car.
2010-04-20
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The M85 high-speed machining center from Datron Dynamics features a solid concrete-polymer machining table with 40- x 30-in work area and a 1.2-kW spindle operating at 30,000 rpm.
2010-04-20
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The explosion of functions provided by electronic controls continues to force the developers of manual controls to adopt new technologies.
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