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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.
2009-10-27
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DASYLab 11 from IOtech is the latest version of the company’s graphical programming environment for test and measurement projects.
2009-10-27
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COMSOL offers the beta edition of its Multiphysics version 4.0 modeling and simulation environment.
2009-10-27
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A U.K. consortium is developing a modular hybrid system that could span micro-hybrid to full plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.
2009-10-23
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Cummins Inc. launched a new marine center in Dordrecht, the Netherlands, to support Cummins distributors and their marine business in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The center’s capabilities include project management, application engineering, design engineering, technical support, commissioning engineering, distributor order, and supply order management.
2009-10-22
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Andy Eastlake, Head of Laboratories at the U.K.’s Millbrook Proving Ground, wants to see greater reality introduced for environmental test regimes.
2009-10-22
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Coskata Inc. has announced the successful start-up of its semicommercial flex ethanol plant in Madison, PA. "This facility is demonstrating that our efficient, affordable, and flexible conversion technology is ready for commercialization," said Bill Roe, President and CEO of Coskata.
2009-10-22
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The U.S. EPA is proposing to approve HFO-1234yf (also known as R-1234yf, HFC-1234yf, and 2,3,3,3-tetrafluoroprop-1-ene) as a substitute for CFC-12 in the air-conditioning systems of passenger cars and light-duty trucks.
2009-10-22
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Vossloh has acquired a majority interest in the Marlin, TX-based railroad automation company Global Rail Systems. With 4700 employees spread out over 70 companies and 30 countries, Vossloh focuses on its core businesses of rail infrastructure, rail vehicles, signaling systems, and electric buses.
2009-10-22
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Underwriters Laboratories, a safety testing and certification company, has developed a new set of requirements for indoor/outdoor cord sets for plug-in hybrids and pure-electric vehicles. The safety standard is one of a growing number UL is developing for electric vehicle product categories, including electric cords, charging stations, connectors, and motors.
2009-10-22
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ArvinMeritor recently opened a new technical center in Bangalore, India, which will lead the company's advanced product development initiatives for its portfolio of axles and brakes for commercial and other vehicle applications in Asia Pacific and will support the company's engineering needs in North America, South America, and Europe.
2009-10-22
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CNH and heavy truck manufacturer Kamaz JSC formed an industrial and commercial alliance to strengthen CNH’s position in Russia's agricultural and construction equipment sectors. As part of the alliance, the companies will set up an industrial joint venture aimed at initially localizing the production of CNH brands' combines, tractors, implements, and specific construction equipment models.
2009-10-22
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NC2 Global LLC and Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Co. Ltd. (JAC) signed a framework agreement to potentially establish a joint venture in China that would develop, manufacture, and sell trucks and truck parts primarily in China and certain export markets.
2009-10-22
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MAN SE has partnered with Chinese heavy truck manufacturer Sinotruk. MAN is to hold a direct interest of 25% plus one share in the Chinese manufacturer by purchasing Sinotruk’s ordinary stock and by means of a capital increase.
2009-10-22
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The U.S. National Guard awarded a $2.4 million contract to Polaris Defense for the purchase of Polaris Ranger 800 Crew Side-by-Sides. The Side-by-Sides will support the Guard in conducting missions abroad and at home including disaster relief.
2009-10-22
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BAE Systems signed a teaming agreement with Huta Stalowa Wola (HSW), a Poland-based producer and builder of construction machines and artillery equipment, that will form the basis of collaboration that may ultimately see production of the RG31 mine-protected vehicle take place in Poland, should it be selected to protect members of the Polish armed forces involved in international peace-keeping and security operations.
2009-10-22
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DARPA awarded Raytheon Co. a $5.5 million contract to design, fabricate, and test self-healing mixed-signal integrated circuits (HEALICS) technology. Raytheon's HEALICS effort incorporates self-healing into a complex system-on-chip (SOC) design, providing the capability for the chip to sense undesired circuit behaviors and correct them automatically.
2009-10-22
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Oshkosh Corp.’s Defense Segment received a $33 million award from the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command Life Cycle Management Command (TACOM LCMC) to supply a rear-mounted camera system on more than 2200 MRAP All Terrain Vehicles (M-ATV) to provide improved situational awareness for vehicle occupants.
2009-10-22
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National Technical Systems Inc., a provider of engineering and testing services to the defense, aerospace, telecommunications, automotive, and high technology markets, has been awarded a five-year contract with maximum potential revenues of $10 million from the U.S.
2009-10-22
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The Toro Co. has acquired certain assets from Rosedale, British Columbia-based TY-CROP Manufacturing Ltd., a manufacturer of topdressing and material-handling equipment for golf course and sports field applications.
2009-10-22
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The U.S. Army TACOM Lifecycle Management Command awarded General Dynamics Land Systems a $647 million contract for 352 Stryker vehicles. Work will be performed in Anniston, AL; Sterling Heights, MI; Lima, OH; and London, Ontario, Canada, with vehicle deliveries expected to begin in July 2010.
2009-10-22
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Komatsu Ltd. recently expanded production capacity of the Shonan plant in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, which manufactures key components for hybrid-hydraulic excavators. Komatsu is working to expand the market for the PC200-8 hybrid-hydraulic excavator in China, where demand for construction equipment is growing.
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