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2009-11-09
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Smart route-finding technologies could enable future intelligent driver assistants to better manage fuel efficiency, activate turn signals or directional headlights automatically when entering turns, engage automated glare-reduction systems, or provide other help depending on the location.
2009-11-06
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The increased adoption of electronics and electrohydraulic systems in off-highway equipment is driven both by legal requirements—including stricter Tier 4 engine emissions standards in the U.S. as well as sound-emissions regulations—and increased customer demands on machine performance and productivity, says The MathWorks.
2009-11-06
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The FixLogix modular part-holding system from partners NVision and FixLogix uses a t-slot fixture plate with integrated components to stage the part on the machine.
2009-11-06
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Anthony Best Dynamics’ SR60 Torus model is designed to decrease test setup time, aid vehicle operation, and enhance the safety of vehicle handling tests.
2009-11-05
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At a recent SAE meeting on ADS-B (automatic dependent surveillance - broadcast), former FAA Administrator Marion Blakey urged the U.S. government to make funding of it a higher priority.
2009-11-05
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The impact of Tier 4 interim regulations goes well beyond engines, stretching to the infrastructure needed for new aftertreatment techniques and to human-machine-interface issues.
2009-11-04
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2010 Taurus SHO doors feature spray polyurethane skins that mimic hand-wrapped leather down to the surface, stitching, and draping details.
2009-11-04
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PKMs are not widely used in the aerospace industry, but a paper presented at the Nov. 10-12 SAE 2009 AeroTech Congress & Exhibition in Seattle features test results that show ABB's Tau PKM could deliver advantages over industrial robots, gantry robots, and contemporary PKMs.
2009-11-04
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Delphi designed the new solenoid-type Multec injectors to deliver piezo-type performance. The Multi-Charge Ignition is aimed at spray-guided stratified-charge combustion strategies as well as HCCI development.
2009-11-03
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The gold rush to produce green vehicles includes Bright Automotive, a start-up company planning to produce 2000-lb (907-kg) payload capacity plug-in hybrid-electric delivery vans for fleet customers in 2012.
2009-11-03
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The European Commission on Oct. 28 published a proposal to limit CO2 emissions from light trucks and vans. According to InterRegs, an online resource for global vehicle safety and emissions regulations, the proposed regulation follows the same format as EC Regulation No. 443/2009 on passenger car CO2 emissions.
2009-11-02
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Whether it’s temperatures up to 220°C (428°F) or chemicals in the paint shop, Schreiner LogiData’s ((rfid))-HighTemp Label resists the harshest ambient conditions undamaged, according to the company.
2009-11-02
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Using the 1608 module, Sciemetric Instruments’ expanded modular sigPOD hardware platform supports up to 24 analog channels and six encoder input channels.
2009-11-02
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Ashcroft’s A-series pressure switches are designed for tough OEM and industrial applications that require a durable, high-quality miniature switch.
2009-11-02
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Small-car specialist Suzuki is building at its Esztergom, Hungary, plant three of its own models (Swift hatchback, SX4 SUV, and the latest Splash ultracompact MPV) plus GME’s Opel/Vauxhall Agilas (rebadged Splash) and Fiat Sedici.
2009-10-29
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Automakers, suppliers, and venture-capital companies are heavily investing in the potential paybacks associated with electrified vehicles.
2009-10-29
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The LEDs that are transforming vehicle lighting are expanding into a new area: bus advertising. Lighted displays installed on buses can change messages often, even linking to GPS systems to pinpoint ads as buses travel into different neighborhoods.
2009-10-29
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Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. and Thales Alenia Space have agreed to work jointly on the next-generation satellite constellation Iridium NEXT program. Ball Aerospace's possible roles and responsibilities include assembly, integration, and test.
2009-10-29
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The U.S. FAA awarded Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) a contract to provide program management and technical services in support of the agency's NextGen transformation program efforts. The contract has a total value of more than $106 million if all options are exercised.
2009-10-28
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Though the pundits are declaring that the recession is over, the markets aren’t reflecting their optimism just yet. Prices for many key commodities, and the energy used to convert them into finished goods, are at two-, three-, and in some cases four-year lows.
2009-10-28
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Boeing, Mexico’s Airports and Auxiliary Services agency (ASA), and Honeywell’s UOP formed a collaboration to identify, research, and further the development of a market for Mexico-sourced sustainable aviation biofuels.
2009-10-28
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Parts assembly has followed the same successive steps since the early 1900s, but in early 2010 the traditional production process marches in a new direction with Comau's SmartCell for powertrain and other automotive assembly tasks.
2009-10-28
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Goodrich Corp. signed a research agreement with Rolls-Royce to develop the next generation of fuel nozzles for "lean-burn" combustion technology systems, which would be used on future environmentally responsible gas turbine aircraft engines.
2009-10-28
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The University of North Dakota (UND) John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences has become the first educational institution in the U.S. to offer an undergraduate major in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operations.
2009-10-28
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The U.S. Air Force Space Command awarded Raytheon Co. a $3 million contract to develop an enterprise sensing prototype architecture for space situational awareness (ESP-SSA). ESP-SSA will prototype an open, service-oriented architecture to integrate Space Command space surveillance sensors with Missile Defense Agency sensors into a single-sensor enterprise.
2009-10-28
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EADS and Eurocopter signed a cooperation agreement with the sovereign wealth fund SAMRUK-KAZYNA to create a public-private joint venture in Kazakhstan to develop helicopter activities. The project was launched as part of the strategic partnership agreement signed between France and Kazakhstan.
2009-10-28
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The U.S. Army Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) office awarded Northrop Grumman Corp. a $6.2 million contract to move the Army's Hunter UAS training and engineering test facilities from Cochise College Flight Line, Douglas, AZ, to the new Rapid Integration and Acceptance Center (RIAC), Michael Army Airfield, Dugway Proving Grounds, UT.
2009-10-28
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Bombardier Aerospace selected Lufthansa Technik to develop the all-composite Learjet 85 aircraft’s cabin management system (CMS). The digital, Ethernet-based CMS and in-flight entertainment system will integrate all passenger entertainment and cabin environment management functions in a single system.
2009-10-27
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Mahle offers to lessen burden of data overload for calibration engineers with its system for validating robustness of powertrain controls.
2009-10-27
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Automotive engineers face a constant challenge to produce designs that are both high in quality and cost-efficient.
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