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2009-09-30
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Bobcat's seventh compact track loader was designed to work in residential backyards or other areas difficult for other equipment to access.
2009-09-30
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Known as the 0i-D SA, GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms' stand-alone version of the 0i-D CNC includes all the features of the LCD-mounted 0i-D but with the advantages of using a FANUC panel I PC front end.
2009-09-30
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The U.S. Air Force awarded Environmental Tectonics Corp.'s (ETC) Training Services Group a contract, valued at more than $35 million, to provide a high-performance training and research human centrifuge.
2009-09-30
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NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD, selected the Aerospace Corp. of El Segundo, CA, for the Specialized Engineering Evaluation and Test Services contract. Under this contract, valued at $35 million over 18 months, the Aerospace Corp. will provide specialized programmatic engineering and evaluation test services in its role as a federally funded research and development center of the U.S.
2009-09-30
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Hawker Beechcraft Corp. (HBC) and Lockheed Martin are teaming up to compete for the opportunity to provide a solution to address U.S. Air Force (USAF) needs for a Light Attack and Armed Reconnaissance (LAAR) aircraft.
2009-09-30
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AgustaWestland signed an agreement with Heli-One for the establishment of a Repair & Overhaul Centre in Vancouver, Canada. Under this agreement, the center will provide repair and overhaul services for the AW139 fleet of the CHC Helicopter group of companies as well as for third-party AW139 operators.
2009-09-30
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Orbital Sciences Corp. recently opened a new 83,000-ft² building adjacent to its current facilities in the Ocotillo area of Chandler, AZ. The building will house approximately 300 employees in the company’s launch vehicle design, engineering, manufacturing, and program management operations.
2009-09-30
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U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) awarded Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) a contract to provide technical analysis and risk assessments in support of SMC's Independent Readiness Review Team (IRRT).
2009-09-30
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Lockheed Martin awarded Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne a 10-month contract for preliminary design of the high-speed accelerator for a turbine-based combined-cycle (TBCC) propulsion system, which could support flight up to Mach 6.
2009-09-30
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BAE Systems will provide identification-friend-or-foe (IFF) digital transponders, upgrade kits, and spares to the U.S. Navy and Army under a $20 million contract. The IFF systems increase situational awareness and help to positively establish the identity of friendly forces, reducing the risk of fratricide or "friendly fire."
2009-09-30
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ZF is looking into new material options for chassis designs. At the Frankfurt Motor Show, the company revealed studies that use fiber composite materials to bring down the weight of the rear axles and dampers.
2009-09-30
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Due to the lack of waste heat, electric vehicles need an auxiliary heat source; however, this should not impact vehicle range. During the Frankfurt Motor Show, Eberspächer presented options for diverse thermal management solutions. So far all technologies have strengths and weaknesses.
2009-09-25
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A Class 8 commercial truck loaded with 159,080 lb (72,160 kg) of concrete and iron was at a standstill two-thirds of the way through a 15% incline, but the upward climb resumed without the tractor-trailer backsliding.
2009-09-25
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Electric linear actuators have moved beyond applications where they merely apply force to perform work and are making substantial progress in electronically controlled systems while eliminating hydraulic lines and improving safety by performing what used to be manual tasks.
2009-09-25
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Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp. (FCCC) and Enova Systems intend to jointly develop an all-electric commercial chassis and have already begun initial capability demonstrations for potential customers.
2009-09-24
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Collier Research has released an interface between its HyperSizer structural sizing software and Abaqus FEA from Dassault Systèmes’ Simulia brand that it claims streamlines the composite design optimization process.
2009-09-24
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Following an extensive amount of customer input and feedback, Komatsu America Corp.'s new D375A-6 crawler dozer includes a number of technological enhancements for improved productivity.
2009-09-24
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The TCC-750, designed and built from the ground up in Lexington, KY, has many of the same features and "bulletproof hydraulics" as Link-Belt’s other telescopic cranes.
2009-09-24
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Advances in sensors, CPUs, and software help in the drive to eliminate drivers.
2009-09-23
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AVIC Aircraft Corp. and Nexcelle have signed an MOU for a new joint venture that will design and manufacture engine nacelle and components for a full range of aircraft applications. AVIC Aircraft is responsible for the development of medium/large transport, commercial aircraft, landing gear systems, and nacelle in China, while Nexcelle is the nacelle JV company created by GE’s Middle River Aircraft Systems and Aircelle, a Safran group company.
2009-09-22
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Kineo CAM’s KWS-UAF software library is the first commercial solution created, says the company, to develop efficient interactive features for assembly/mounting and servicing/dismounting of complex systems.
2009-09-22
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Creating a successful “world car” is difficult to achieve. Twenty or more years ago, such a concept was seen as ideal for achieving phenomenal economies of scale, but the reality proved different.
2009-09-22
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“We designed every component from scratch to meet the extreme goals of the 12C and avoid any compromise,” said McLaren Automotive Managing Director Antony Sheriff of the company’s newly revealed, advanced technology MP4-12C sports car.
2009-09-22
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Carlos Ghosn, Chief Executive of Renault and head of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, revealed four electric concept vehicles at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, each of which he says will make it to production within the next four years
2009-09-22
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Peugeot’s surprise at the Frankfurt Motor Show was the BB1 ZEV with electric hub motors. Although designed to seat four people, it is only 2.5 m (8.2 ft) long.
2009-09-22
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The 852 series ethernet switches from Wago offer an alarm contact switch to signal an error condition on the switch.
2009-09-21
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Last May, the U.S. Department of Energy slashed the federal budget request for hydrogen fuel-cell research in 2010 by $100 million to $68 million. As the DOE changes its posture toward fuel-cell research, Congress considers a move to restore funding.
2009-09-21
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Legislators around the globe are taking aim at the small engines used in scooters, lawn equipment, and other small products. Freescale Semiconductor is responding with an analog part that reduces the size of control units so they can be added to small engines more easily.
2009-09-21
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Neptec's TriDAR computer vision system, space-tested on the last NASA shuttle mission, may help pave the way for astronaut-free docking in the future.
2009-09-21
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The classic 300SL has become the modern day SLS AMG—and an electric version is in development.
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