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2009-07-28
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SAE's CEO explains need for reinventing the world's premier mobility engineering society and encourages members' comments and input.
2009-07-28
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The third evolution of the MoTeC advanced dash logger, the ADL3, is suited for cars and marine applications.
2009-07-28
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Telematics suppliers remain optimistic that their market is poised for a solid takeoff, but a number of questions still surround this nascent market. Vendors are searching for the right mix of functions and services as well as for the best technology to bring those services into vehicles.
2009-07-28
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The telematics field is beginning to transform the way some governments are charging for vehicle ownership and activity. NXP and IBM have teamed up to devise a system that lets The Netherlands charge drivers for their road usage.
2009-07-28
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Reliable automatic cabin pressure control, which is of vital importance to the occupants of any plane, is first and foremost a safety-critical functionality that must function without errors at all times. Nord-Micro has been using dSPACE’s production code generator, TargetLink, to develop and autocode controller software since 2000.
2009-07-28
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Emerson Industrial Automation received accreditation from the Nadcap Management Council in Heat Treating, Chemical Processing, and Nondestructive Testing for its McGill aerospace bearings, manufactured at Emerson Power Transmission’s Valparaiso, IN, facility.
2009-07-28
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Can an automo­tive telematics system deliver the services a motorist wants without call-in centers staffed by trained operators? Eliminating the "human touch" imposes some limits, but Ford's Sync continues to­ be all-electronic yet provides features that Ford feels are most-wanted, in customer-friendly ways, and at lower cost.
2009-07-28
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An aluminum, magnesium, and composite alloy body shell, panoramic glass roof, wide span of gasoline and diesel engines, adaptive dynamics, active differential control, Cd of 0.29, virtual instrumentation, and an aesthetic revolution make up Jaguar’s next generation XJ.
2009-07-28
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Many professionals in mobility industries view laser-cutting machines as unable to meet production and quality requirements. Spartanics, on the other hand, says the technology is now the best solution for cutting a range of components.
2009-07-27
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The thermal-management specialist company has developed what it believes is the first flexible ceramic heat-shield material.
2009-07-27
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The new instrument-cluster platfor­m features two- and three-dimensional graphics in a reconfigurable driver's information-display prototype developed by the company's technical specialists in six months.
2009-07-27
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Solar Gard offers five additional shades in its ultraperformance (UP) series of sun-blocking automotive window films.
2009-07-27
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Agilent Technologies offers an interference analyzer option and spectrum analyzer features for its handheld FieldFox RF analyzer.
2009-07-27
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Series 3991/3501 MEMS shock accelerometers from PCB Piezotronics are capable of measuring long-duration transient motion as well as responding to and surviving extremely fast rise times typical of high-g shock events.
2009-07-27
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InterTech’s M-1075-Y mass flow leak detectors provide accurate, high-speed leak testing of parts ranging in volume from several cubic centimeters to several liters in various methods.
2009-07-27
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MTC Transformers has formed a subsidary, Evatran LLC, to provide plugless charging of electric vehicles and partial-electric vehicles. Plugless Power is the name of the company's inductive charging system.
2009-07-27
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The AutoVision OV9715 camera from OmniVision Technologies is specifically tailored for advanced automotive imaging applications.
2009-07-27
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Agilent Technologies offers miniature, passive oscilloscope probes and accessories with bandwidths from dc to 1.5 GHz.
2009-07-27
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Some elements of feel can be regarded as emotion, but Aston Martin applies a formula to define what it terms a product’s PFI (Performa­nce Fee­l Index), and it has done so for its new 6.0-L V12 Vantage, an extensive development of the current 4.7-L V8 Vantage.
2009-07-27
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Toyota recently deployed the Media Oriented System Transport (MOST) network as the infotainment network in its Lexus RX and Prius lines, highlighting a new battle in network design. Ethernet, 1394, and MOST are vying for a slice of the rapidly expanding infotainment market.­
2009-07-27
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Athena Controls offers the APWM series pulse control converter.
2009-07-27
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OS-CON from Sanyo Electronic Device acquires low equivalent series resistance (ESR) and noise reduction capability at high frequencies.
2009-07-24
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Sabic Innovative Plastics introduced a new shield made of Lexan polycarbonate (PC) sheet and coated with Exatec’s E900 plasma technology at Exatec’s facility in Wixom, MI, to enhance the protection of transit operators.
2009-07-24
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Ford Motor Co. has selected Goodyear’s new Assurance Fuel Max tire in size P205/60R16 as original equipment for the 2010 Fusion S. The Assurance Fuel Max features a fuel-saving tread compound that helps reduce energy loss as the tire rolls.
2009-07-24
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Velozzi has released an image and a few more details of its plug-in hybrid-electric Solo ­crossover, which the California-based startup OEM and Progressive Automotive X-Prize competitor says will demonstrate its modular and lightweighting capabilities and capitalize on new ways to manufacture vehicles.
2009-07-23
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Version 3.1 of Icona Solutions’ aesthetica provides new import capabilities for existing variation data and stack-up models as well as new geometry tools.
2009-07-23
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According to ATX Group, recent studies show that one in four drivers admit to texting while driving. As text messaging rapidly continues to be adopted as a mainstream communication method, concerns are growing of the potential of texting while driving to cause distraction and accidents.
2009-07-22
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Wabco’s ESCsmart system has been certified by TÜV Nord Germany, an accredited technical service, leading to approval by the German Federal Authority for Road Transport. It is now approved for use in all 27 countries in the European Union and in 20 other countries worldwide (the U.S. is not yet one of them; no timeline has been set for when it might approve the system).
2009-07-22
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Engineering services company FEV Inc. has opened a tech center in Pune, India, to offer customers low-cost sourcing options. The center, staffing of which is anticipated to reach 70 employees by year's end, will focus on powertrain and vehicle development.
2009-07-22
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By converting 92 delivery vans to hybrid-electric propulsion, FedEx expects a 44% fuel economy improvement with significantly reduced emissions.
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