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2010-02-17
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Just as in-vehicle audio systems are production staples, exterior sound systems may become standard fare on hybrid-electric and electric vehicles.
2010-02-17
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The two-year test program aims to demonstrate Ricardo's new spark-ignition flex-fuel engine technology, designed to provide diesel-like attributes with improved package efficiency and reduced cost.
2010-02-17
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The patented Plasma Transfer Wire Arc process has been widely used in aerospace turbines. It offers significant mass savings.
2010-02-17
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Honeywell executives say their company is aggressively developing turbocharger technologies designed specifically for smaller-displacement gasoline engines. They note that engines of up to 1.4-L displacement are part of a "rapidly growing sector expected to reach up to 4-6% penetration in all U.S. light vehicle sales by 2014."
2010-02-17
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Freudenberg-NOK's new ESS radial shaft seals feature a proprietary elastomer for reduced parasitic losses.
2010-02-17
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To a number of OEMs, electric-drive design, engineering, and manufacturing are considered strategic to future business. GM will launch its new interior permanent-magnet motor for hybrids and EVs in 2013.
2010-02-16
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Development of the novel "air hybrid" engine and combustion process continues, and a turbocharged version is being modeled.
2010-02-15
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More details of the all-new 1M2C hybrid system surfaced at SAE's Hybrid Technology Symposium.
2010-02-15
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Remy International recently launched a new business unit, Remy Electric Motor Technologies, to accelerate its efforts at supplying high-output electric drive motors for electrified vehicles and equipment.
2010-02-15
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Engineers and scientists from General Motors Co. and NASA are working together through a Space Act Agreement at the agency's Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX, to build a new humanoid robot capable of working side by side with people.
2010-02-15
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Business as usual will not be enough if industry is to reach the U.S. production target of 36 billion gal (136 billion L) of biofuel by 2022, according to a recently issued report by the Biofuels Interagency Working Group.
2010-02-15
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A January report by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation calls on the U.S. Congress to increase funding for intelligent transportation systems (ITS) to prevent the U.S. from further “falling off the pace of world leadership” in ITS.
2010-02-15
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The California Department of General Services (DGS) has selected Gridpoint Inc.'s data-logging solution for a two-year trial of plug-in hybrid-electric vehicles. The Gridpoint solution will be used by the DGS to capture performance data from 50 converted Toyota Prius models used in the state fleet.
2010-02-15
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The U.S. Army's Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation awarded Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) a delivery order to develop the first integrated crew member simulators for CH-47 and UH-60 helicopters under the Non-rated Crew Member Manned Module (NCM3) program.
2010-02-15
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SPAL USA expands its SBL300 product range to include both higher and lower power brushless motors to fit a variety of additional applications.
2010-02-15
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The Tamagawa Seiki MEMS gyro yaw rate sensor distributed by AdvanTech International uses LiNbO3 to achieve high resolution and high stability under the harshest environments.
2010-02-15
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The U.S. Army’s Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) showcases its electronic power control and conditioning (EPCC) module.
2010-02-15
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Delphi’s multimode electronically scanning radar (ESR) offers an affordable technology that enables adaptive cruise control (ACC) with collision warning, brake support, and more.
2010-02-15
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Balqon Corp. has successfully completed four weeks of cold-weather testing on its lithium-ion battery-powered electric tractor, the Nautilus XE20. The performance of the tractor was demonstrated in actual warehouse applications at temperatures below 10°F (-12°C) under loads exceeding 25 ton (23 t).
2010-02-13
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Lambda Research's OSLO 6.5 lens design software, which includes 12 program enhancements and improvements to the previous release, is Windows System 7 and Vista compatible.
2010-02-13
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C&K Components has developed a Hall-effect push-button switch with life cycles to 10 million actuations.
2010-02-13
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The RX-TX/W01 wireless video kit from Spal USA converts cameras and monitors to wireless mode using 12 V or RCA jacks.
2010-02-13
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The U.S. Air Force awarded Raytheon Co. a $37.9 million delivery order to modify weapons data link equipment used in pilot training for F-15s. This is the second delivery order under a 2007 contract for the USAF Training Frequency Relocation (TFR) program.
2010-02-13
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Based on the technology of the hybrid stepper motor, Sonceboz offers the 6600 motor, specifically designed for applications operating in harsh environments.
2010-02-13
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Terex Aerial Work Platforms is offering four new Genie telescopic boom models that will feature restricted platform capacities from 1000 to 1250 lb (454 to 567 kg), what Terex claims is the highest in the industry.
2010-02-12
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JCB and Volvo Construction Equipment (CE) have entered into a framework agreement to cooperate on the engineering and manufacturing of skid-steer and compact tracked loaders for distribution under their respective brands and through their respective global dealer networks.
2010-02-12
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The expiration date for nickel metal-hydride batteries may be getting closer as lithium-ion gains favor for full and partial electric vehicles.
2010-02-12
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PTFE convoluted, open-pitch, heavy-wall hose assemblies from Parker PAGE International Hose have a heavier wall than a typical convoluted hose and can handle vacuum applications in temperatures up to 500°F.
2010-02-12
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Snap-in aluminum electrolytic capacitors from Cornell Dubilier provide extended voltage rating to 450 V dc and high ripple current performance.
2010-02-12
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Saelig’s QuickUSB is a customizable system that implements a bus-powered, high-speed USB2.0 endpoint terminating in a single 80-pin target interface connector.
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