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2010-01-20
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The Air Force Research Laboratory awarded Raytheon BBN Technologies a $2.9 million contract to develop new approaches to better protect U.S. Department of Defense Service-Oriented Architectures against malicious attacks.
2010-01-20
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Xi’an Aircraft International Corp. selected Advanced Integration Technology (AIT) to design, develop, and build two automated guided vehicle (AGV) systems for use at its facility in Tianjin Xingang, China.
2010-01-20
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Harbin Hafei Airbus Composite Manufacturing Centre, a joint venture between Airbus and a group of Chinese partners, signed a contract for the work package of A350 XWB elevators with Spain-based Aernnova Aerospace SAU (ANN), which is a major supplier of aerostructures to Airbus.
2010-01-20
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January marks an annual tradition at SAE International that has been taking place since its beginning in 1905—the end of one president’s tenure and the beginning of another’s.
2010-01-20
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The emphasis on reduced emissions is not about to affect the attention given to the desired levels of comfort and refinement in heavy-duty vehicles.
2010-01-20
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The company is planning to develop advanced systems that it hopes will make vehicle parallel parking completely automatic.
2010-01-20
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The company's engineers are working to develop products that help to reduce complexity, weight, packaging, and ultimately cost. “The industry needs to find smarter ways to further integrate active and passive systems...as the rate of electronics growth continues to accelerate,” said Martin Thoone, Vice President of Engineering, Global Electronics, at TRW.
2010-01-20
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Beru f1systems, working in partnership with interconnect specialist Souriau, has revealed a process that facilitates the use of 30 AWG lightweight wiring systems in harsh Motorsport environments—and brings a 12% weight savings.
2010-01-20
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Suppliers are forging mergers and building new facilities to position themselves for growth in emerging markets such as electrified vehicles, LED lighting, and versatile infotainment. Manufacturers in various industries see the chance to expand their shipments to OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers as the industry makes dramatic changes in powertrains, lighting, and infotainment, opening the doors for new suppliers.
2010-01-20
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The company's larger model will share some of the same features as the Roadster; however, the additional packaging freedom afforded by the larger dimensions allowed engineers to re-evaluate the placement of components.
2010-01-20
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ON Semiconductor’s NCV840x family of low-side protected MOSFETs feature high levels of integrated protection.
2010-01-20
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The Thermo-String temperature sensor from Murata Electronics North America combines a cost-effective epoxy-coated tight tolerance chip thermistor with long flexible wire leads.
2010-01-20
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C&K Components provides OEMs complete packaged switch solutions for automotive and marine industry applications.
2010-01-20
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MacSTANDARD off-the-shelf linear actuators and belt drives from Macron Dynamics offer the same quality, reliability, and features as the firm’s engineered actuators and provide a readily available actuator for industrial automation or linear motion.
2010-01-20
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SMW Autoblok’s Live Tools for Haas lathes feature a 1:3 speed increasing ratio and a maximum speed of 12,000 rpm.
2010-01-20
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Henkel’s Loctite 2047 is designed to ensure maximum performance of fasteners greater than 7/8-in diameter.
2010-01-20
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IMSEAL-800, a high-strength epoxy resin from Impco, applies easily to make permanent repairs in any industrial maintenance, production, and tooling application.
2010-01-20
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Seat Design Environment (SDE) 2009 from Vistagy automates the seat-cover process and features improved capabilities for streamlining communication among engineering, manufacturing, and the supply chain.
2010-01-20
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The transition to hybrid and electric vehicles is helping push another change as product developers move to model-based design tools. Engineers in Detroit and China are both making the move, saying it’s a necessity as engineers strive to stay in the forefront of the shift to electrification.
2010-01-20
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Laying claim to the title of having the fastest, most fuel-efficient car on the planet will take competitors to a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racing venue to battle it out.
2010-01-20
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The company has developed what it claims as a unique chemical immersion process that offers motorsport-vehicle-preparation companies quick and effective removal of unnecessary paint, rust, grease, oil, underseal, adhesives, and sound-deadening from a body shell.
2010-01-20
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Video on demand, Internet radio, and other wireless broadband services are some of the in-vehicle realities shown on a demonstration car that connects to the LTE (Long Term Evolution) or "4G" network.
2010-01-19
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To prevent deaths, injury, and repairs from accidents occurring when snowmobilers fail to detect when sleds in front are decreasing speed, Powersport Innovations introduces Safe Ride.
2010-01-19
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The XHA 6600 series tapes were added to a range of high-performance acrylic foam tapes in Avery Dennison's Specialty Tape Advantage Solutions portfolio.
2010-01-19
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The company has integrated two ESP sensors within its latest AB plus airbag control unit as well as improving packaging and reducing cost.
2010-01-19
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A compact concept hybrid unveiled by Toyota at Detroit's 2010 North American International Auto Show foreshadows a vehicle for the new initiative.
2010-01-19
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Zero-Max overhung load adapters provide load support to eliminate premature hydraulic motor or pump bearing failure.
2010-01-19
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Renesas Technology America unveiled a powertrain controller that has 3.75 Mbytes of flash memory, underscoring a growing demand for storage capacity. The CPU also boosts memory speed in order to improve throughput.
2010-01-19
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Low-cost onboard navigation—at about 25% the price of existing OE-supplied systems—is being introduced in 2010 by Nissan on two North American-market entry-level econocars, Sentra and Versa. At $400 U.S., the system will be about the same price as Ford's Sync, which uses the driver's cell phone to obtain navigation and other data.
2010-01-19
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The joint partnership between Freescale Semiconductor and STMicroelectronics has unveiled a dual-core microcontroller that is focused on safety applications and meets international safety standards.
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