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2010-02-08
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The U.S. Air Force awarded IBM a contract to design and demonstrate a secure cloud computing infrastructure capable of supporting defense and intelligence networks. The 10-month project will introduce advanced cyber security and analytics technologies developed by IBM Research into the cloud architecture.
2010-02-08
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At the recent SAE International Government/Industry Meeting in Washington, representatives of the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and National Resources Defense Council seemed to bury most of the hatchet.
2010-02-08
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The DT Series of strain sensors from Columbia Research Laboratories allows critical undercarriage structures and surfaces to be monitored more accurately than with counting accelerometer methods.
2010-02-08
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The Ashcroft GC35 digital pressure sensor provides remote signaling, local reading, and pressure control in a small, rugged design.
2010-02-08
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Peugeot's future plan is to incorporate new technology in a broad family of new models and sister company, Citroen is taking a similar course.
2010-02-05
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Even the new, lighter Audi A8 structure is not completely aluminum, and that is testament to the developments in steel—more specifically, high-strength steel. Corus is busy working on new products that will further aid the automotive industry.
2010-02-05
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New models may be larger than the vehicles they replace, but automakers are combating potential weight gains by turning to clever aluminum structures.
2010-02-05
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NASA has awarded $50 million through funded agreements to further the commercial sector's capability to support transport of crew to and from low Earth orbit. Through an open competition for funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, NASA has awarded Space Act Agreements to Blue Origin of Kent, WA; the Boeing Co. of Houston, TX; Paragon Space Development Corp. of Tucson, AZ; Sierra Nevada Corp. of Louisville, CO; and United Launch Alliance of Centennial, CO.
2010-02-05
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Wyle signed an agreement with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, OH, to develop formal flight and sensor operator-training courses designed to enhance the proficiency and competence of AFRL small unmanned aircraft systems flight operations with the goal of minimizing unmanned aircraft mishaps.
2010-02-05
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Russia's Irkut Corp. and Aviapribor selected Goodrich Corp. to design, develop, and produce primary and secondary flight-control actuation systems for all variants of the MC-21 single-aisle commercial aircraft.
2010-02-05
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Singapore Polytechnic (SP) and Pratt & Whitney signed a three-year memorandum of understanding allowing SP's students to embark on their Overseas Industrial Training Program at P&W's Customer Training Center in Beijing, China.
2010-02-05
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Ultimately intended for use as a single, integrated unit fitting in the user’s garage, Honda’s next-generation solar hydrogen station produces enough hydrogen for an 8-h overnight fill to accommodate daily commuting—based on 10,000 mi/year (16,000 km/year)—for a fuel-cell-electric vehicle.
2010-02-05
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Intermap Technologies and Hella KGaA Hueck & Co. have agreed to collaborate on a predictive front lighting system that directs the headlamp before the driver steers the vehicle into a bend or up or down a slope.
2010-02-05
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Government-funded research programs, large-scale computing, and nanotechnology are a few of the areas that experts believe will drive the deployment of new energy technologies.
2010-02-05
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Materials science and engineering will continue to play a major role in realizing new energy opportunities such as solar, wind, and biofuels, as well as making advances in energy storage.
2010-02-05
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ArvinMeritor has invested nearly $10 million in Xuzhou Meritor Axle Co. Ltd. (XMAL), a 60:40 joint venture between ArvinMeritor and Xuzhou Construction Machinery Group, to increase XMAL’s overall annual production capacity by more than 20% and upgrade the plant’s manufacturing technology to world-class standards.
2010-02-05
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Toyota sees the full hybrid as the high-volume choice for years to come, which gives NiMH, with its proved durability and lower cost, a clear advantage despite lithium-ion's greater power density for plug-in hybrids and all-electrics.
2010-02-05
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Sukhoi claims its new Superjet 100 will allow "its passengers to experience the mainline level of comfort." The fourth aircraft recently made its first flight toward completion of the plane's Flight Certification Campaign.
2010-02-02
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Mercedes-Benz now features on the E-Class Cabriolet convertible a “world first” technology with the AIRCAP system.
2010-02-02
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Mercedes' BlueTEC V6 diesel enables heavier vehicles such as the 2010 GL350 to meet stringent U.S. NOx emissions standards with greater fuel economy than a gasoline engine.
2010-02-02
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Denso has developed a blower that is about half its previous size, allowing the air-conditioning unit to be 20% smaller. Unlike traditional systems that place the blower separate from the main unit, the new system allows them to be integrated into one piece and located behind the center console.
2010-02-01
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The Woodbridge Group's WhisperTech sound-management foam components are used in vehicles to help deliver a more targeted vehicle sound profile.
2010-02-01
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Britain’s Ricardo and QinetiQ pursue a cheaper and safer lithium-ion battery by targeting an iron-sulfide formulation with a high theoretical energy density.
2010-01-28
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JTAG Technologies has updated its ProVision boundary-scan development tools suite to include the continuity test module Buzz.
2010-01-28
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The FMC-XCLK2 from Curtiss-Wright Controls is a field-programmable-gate-array mezzanine-card clock generator card that features low jitter and phase matched outputs.
2010-01-28
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EAO Switch’s push buttons and indicators in Series 04, 14, 56, 61, 71, and 84 feature aluminum lenses and front bezels, making them suitable for a range of interior and exterior applications.
2010-01-28
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Cooper Tools’ Quackenbush Adaptive Drilling System automatically controls drill speeds to match specific materials, regardless of layer thickness.
2010-01-28
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Grades S30T and S40T from Sandvik Coromant enable users to tackle the extreme demands of titanium milling.
2010-01-28
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Late last year NASA chose three candidates for its next venture to another celestial body in the solar system. One in particular involves studying the similarities and differences between Earth and Venus, and what took the latter down a "hellish path."
2010-01-28
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Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp. (UTC), opened its new Precision Components Technology Center in Stratford, CT, which will produce major dynamic components of the CH-53K helicopter.
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