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2010-03-26
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Volkswagen's Spanish brand shows future styling direction combined with battery power.
2010-03-26
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MiniE field tests, and ActiveE developments, pave way for eventual production Mega City Car electric car.
2010-03-26
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Hyundai's flagship sedan is redesigned with a "fluidic look," lower Cd, and weight reduction. It gets a direct-injection version of 2.4-L four-cylinder engine for 35 mpg EPA highway fuel economy, with turbocharged and hybrid versions to come later this year.
2010-03-26
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At the 2010 SAE World Congress, BorgWarner will display its 31-03 eGearDrive electric-drive transmission, the next generation of its technology developed for the emerging, higher-volume, lower-cost vehicle-electrification market. The first application will be in the all-electric CODA Automotive sedan scheduled for introduction in California in 2010.
2010-03-26
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An automotive supplier with a decades-long history of designing and producing transmissions is gearing up to service existing gearboxes used by wind energy providers.
2010-03-24
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Cognex offers the VisionPro Surface vision software package for material surface inspection.
2010-03-24
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Fox Electronics offers the compact FXO-LC33 version of the 3.3-V XPressO XO LVDS oscillator, featuring a frequency range of 0.75 MHz through 1.35 GHz.
2010-03-24
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Aerodynamic performance is an essential consideration in UAV design. It is necessary that UAVs cruise close to the best lift-to-drag ratio, which means flying at a constant angle of attack. A variable camber wing may provide a solution. Smart materials, especially shape memory alloys, are suitable for adaptive airfoil design since they can be customized to generate a specific response to a combination of inputs.
2010-03-24
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Sciemetric Instruments has added the sigPOD 1302 two-channel process monitor to its sigPOD family of process-monitoring tools.
2010-03-24
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Single-axis joysticks from Otto include the JHS-RC0001 and JHS-F0001. The former is a return-to-center joystick tested to 4 million cycles with no sign of boot wear and no degradation of electrical performance.
2010-03-22
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Complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) imagers are gaining popularity in vehicles as active-safety systems expand their roles. Now that they have proven their mettle in backup systems, cameras built upon those imagers are being used to look at all kinds of things in front of the vehicle.
2010-03-22
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Knobs and push buttons continue to evolve, providing innovative ways to provide simple control functions while giving stylists and engineers a broader palette of options. Touch-sensitive displays are moving to the fore as LCDs (liquid crystal displays) transform infotainment systems and capacitive switches also provide new capabilities.
2010-03-22
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Radar technology is undergoing major changes as the high volumes of automotive applications drive more innovation. This is changing the mix between short- and long-range technologies, driven partially by government regulations aimed at reducing interference.
2010-03-22
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The shift to 32-bit microcontrollers has been dramatic, but there is still a solid market for 8-bit devices. Compact, inexpensive chips are being used to drive light-emitting diodes and motors remotely, using the Local Interconnect Network protocol to provide low-cost links to centralized 32-bit electronic control units.
2010-03-22
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Ford's exclusive rights to the specialized Microsoft automotive consumer electronics platform that powers Sync have expired. Kia is the first to capitalize, introducing its UVO (for "Your Voice") system, but Ford is upgrading its offering including the addition of Internet-based upgrades.
2010-03-22
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While technology provides very significant advances in reducing fuel consumption and with it the associated benefits of lower exhaust emissions, driver training can also help with savings.
2010-03-22
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After 32 years in Ford engineering, Keith Takasawa came out of retirement to join THINK where he's Director of North American Product Development. He was lured by technical challenges and the chance to work at a small OEM.
2010-03-19
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The Niton XL2 series XRF analyzer from Thermo Fisher Scientific is an instrument for metal alloy analysis that helps users instantly regain lost material traceability.
2010-03-19
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Linear Technology’s LTC3616 is a high-efficiency, 4-MHz synchronous buck regulator that incorporates a constant-frequency, current-mode architecture.
2010-03-19
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Crystek’s CVCO55CC-2580-2650 voltage-controlled oscillator operates from 2580 to 2650 MHz with a control voltage range of 0.5-4.5 V.
2010-03-19
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Brady Worldwide’s B-345 PermaSleeve wire markers are a heat-shrink sleeve made from an irradiated PVDF that excels in high-temperature and low-vacuum outgassing applications.
2010-03-19
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SAE International continually responds to a rapidly changing marketplace. We're reinventing, re-engineering, and refocusing our programs, products, and services to ensure that we deliver maximum value to the mobility engineering community.
2010-03-19
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Federal-Mogul’s MicroTorq low-friction crankshaft seals can directly replace existing seals to provide improvement in fuel economy and CO2 emissions.
2010-03-19
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Throughout the SBIR development program, TDI used various engineering and manufacturing services from CN, including periodic design audits of the engine’s turbomachinery components.
2010-03-19
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IBM is addressing two aspects of the auto industry’s design challenges at its 2010 SAE World Congress booth. One includes software that helps engineers better understand the product life cycle of vehicles. The other offers AUTOSAR compatibility and auto-code generation.
2010-03-19
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By gaining an early understanding of producibility challenges, Kaman Helicopters hopes to ensure a smooth hand-off of composite manufacturing data to the shop floor.
2010-03-19
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At its SAE 2010 World Congress booth, the company will be showcasing a number of hot high-tech products including its new internally developed seven-speed hybrid transmission.
2010-03-19
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Smaller, more reliable components made from high-temperature materials with excellent strength and flow characteristics have risen in demand. This demand can be met by producing thinner-wall parts made from high-performance thermoplastics. Industry standards for materials today need to perform at 150°C (302°F) or higher. A new high-performance line from Victrex Polymer Solutions has a melting temperature of 389°C (732°F).
2010-03-19
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Boeing received a $39.6 million contract from the U.S. Department of Defense to provide 85 Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing Systems (JHMCS). Boeing will deliver JHMCS aircraft hardware and pilot equipment for U.S.
2010-03-19
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gPROMS Fuel Cell from Process Systems Enterprise (PSE) helps reduce time to market and optimize fuel stack and system design and operation through the application of high-fidelity predictive modeling.
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