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2010-03-08
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Onward Technologies offers body-side framing station optimization through CAE simulation to improve body in white (BIW) tolerance.
2010-03-05
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NSK’s miniature, large-lead series of ball screws is designed with small shaft diameter (6 and 8 mm), to reduce the load on motors, and the largest lead of its class (8, 10, 12, and 15 mm).
2010-03-05
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The sigPOD 1302 two-channel process monitor from Sciemetric Instruments comes loaded with templates for common test applications such as press; torque; and noise, vibration, and harshness.
2010-03-05
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The Spectroline AccuMAX XRP-3000 from Spectronics uses a dual-wavelength sensor detector to measure both ultraviolet and visible light.
2010-03-05
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The Model 8447 six-channel A/B switch from Electro Standards Laboratories has two channels with RJ45 Cat5e connectors and four channels with MIL-STD-1553B concentric twinaxial connectors.
2010-03-05
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Semelab’s ceramic diode leadless chip carrier packages provide drop-in replacement for metal electrode leadless face-type devices.
2010-03-04
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CFM International has opened a new CFM56 Training Center in Hyderabad, India. This facility, the fourth such engine maintenance training center for CFM56 customers worldwide, has the capacity to train 500 engineers annually and mirrors those in China, France, and the U.S.
2010-03-04
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A Texas Congressmen said he plans to introduce legislation mandating the fitment of black boxes, also called event data recorders, to new cars and trucks. General Motors Co. has endorsed the proposal of U.S.
2010-03-04
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The Airports Authority of India awarded Raytheon Co. a contract to automate air traffic control services at the Chennai International Airport. Raytheon will install AutoTrac III, its next-generation air traffic management system, to help reduce delays in aircraft arrival and departure.
2010-03-04
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Advanced Integration Technology (AIT), an industrial automation and tooling company delivering fully integrated plant floor systems to the aerospace industry, has expanded its manufacturing capabilities with the opening of a new subsidiary, Advanced Integrated Tooling Solutions (AITS) in Chesterfield Township, MI.
2010-03-04
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Emhart Teknologies, a Black & Decker Co. specializing in fastening and assembly technologies, has acquired Fastener Innovation Technology Inc. (FIT), a designer and manufacturer of critical, highly specialized aerospace fasteners based in Gardena, CA.
2010-03-04
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Bell Helicopter has acquired Aviation Service, a provider of modifications and upgrades, avionics, and special mission packages, based in Prague, Czech Republic. The acquisition allows Bell to more rapidly provide support and service to its European customers.
2010-03-04
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Alcoa has been appointed by the U.S. Army Tank Automotive, Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) to collaborate on the Army’s Fuel-Efficient Ground Vehicle Demonstrator (FED) project. In partnership with Ricardo Inc., Alcoa Defense will produce a tactical wheeled vehicle structure with the aim of significantly improving fuel efficiency while maintaining survivability, performance, and payload capability.
2010-03-04
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Scientists at the U.S. Army Tank Automotive, Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) have been awarded military funding to develop technology that could enable “smart-armor” vehicles that tell occupants when damage has occurred.
2010-03-04
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Northrop Grumman Corp. awarded Curtiss-Wright Corp. a $25 million contract to provide the Advanced Mission Management System (AMMS) for the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance unmanned aircraft system (BAMS UAS) program.
2010-03-04
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Orbital Sciences Corp. awarded GS Yuasa Lithium Power (GYLP) a contract to supply batteries for its Cygnus maneuvering space vehicle. Cygnus will be used to provide cargo delivery services to the International Space Station.
2010-03-04
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BAE Systems is developing the mission computer system suite for the P-8I aircraft for the Indian Navy. Developed by a Boeing-led team, the P-8I is a variant of the U.S. Navy's P-8A Poseidon that offers a broader range of capabilities to operate over land or water while performing anti-submarine warfare; search and rescue; and long-range intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance.
2010-03-04
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Next-generation automotive systems will increasingly require microcontrollers (MCUs) with more computational performance, better power efficiency, and greater memory content to meet new requirements in areas such as safety, emissions, and driver-assistance systems, according to STMicroelectronics.
2010-03-04
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Bombardier Aerospace has announced plans to open a regional support office (RSO) in Mumbai, India. This will be the company’s fifth new support office to open in the past three years worldwide, and it's expected to begin operation in the second quarter of FY2010-11.
2010-03-04
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The withering national publicity focused on Toyota's handling of complaints about sudden acceleration has prompted congressional concern about the capability of NHTSA. Among the issues being debated is the agency's engineering know-how.
2010-03-04
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The new sedan takes the company’s aluminum design and manufacturing philosophy a step further.
2010-03-04
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Cambustion’s diesel particulate generator is a stand-alone testing system for diesel particulate filters.
2010-03-04
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The latest Kia Sportage was unveiled at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, signaling a completely new design direction for the third generation of Kia’s compact five-seat SUV. As well as the new body shell, Kia will use a range of new diesel and revised gasoline engines for the model.
2010-03-04
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Standards are going to play a significant role in the evolution of automotive connectivity. There will be plenty of flux in the specifications used for the U.S. Department of Transportation IntelliDrive program, for telematics, and other wireless links, which may help drive a push to new standards in the modules that link cars to the outside world.
2010-03-04
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Nissan unveiled two new B-segment cars at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show: the Juke, based on the Qazana concept shown at Geneva in 2009, and the new Micra. The Juke joins the growing number of small crossover models available with a four-wheel-drive option. Its all-wheel-drive system features torque-vectoring technology.
2010-03-04
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Among the plethora of alternatively powered vehicles on the Hyundai stand in Geneva was the i-flow, the Korean company’s latest concept vehicle, and one that fits into the European D-segment-sized offerings.
2010-03-04
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The fourteenth research vehicle introduced by Mercedes-Benz since 1980s, and the second in two years following last year’s ESF 2009, has debuted in Geneva at the 2010 Motor Show.
2010-03-04
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Lotus took along its very new Evora 414E Hybrid to the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. A technology demonstrator, it was the first project sanctioned by Lotus Engineering’s Director Dr. Robert Hentschel after he joined the company in January.
2010-03-04
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A digital projector and an infrared camera pairing could change how a driver interacts with vehicle controls. Visteon engineers are working on a rear projection touch-capable Integrated Center Panel (ICP) that senses human touch differently from today's resistive or capacitive touch systems.
2010-03-04
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Cellular service providers are making significant changes as they ramp up for the widespread takeoff of telematics. One of the key challenges is a change in the subscriber identity modules that identify users and link them to the network.
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