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2009-03-10
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Boeing and Bharat Electronics Ltd. will jointly develop an analysis and experimentation center in India to offer customers the ability to make better-informed decisions in modernizing India’s defense forces.
2009-03-10
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Goodrich Corp. has been selected to provide optical subassemblies for a new space-based telescope as part of Japan’s Advanced Satellite with New system ARchitecture for Observation (ASNARO) project. Work will be performed by Goodrich’s ISR Systems team in Danbury, CT.
2009-03-10
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Honeywell’s LTS101-700D-2 engine has been selected by Changhe Aircraft Industries of Jingdezhen, China, to power the Z-11 helicopter. The new engines will mark a restart of LTS101 production in Honeywell’s Greer, SC, facility.
2009-03-10
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Rolls-Royce and PZL-Swidnik Aircraft signed a memorandum of understanding to discuss future applications of the RR500 engine family, which was launched last month at Heli Expo in Anaheim, CA. Rolls-Royce and PZL-Swidnik will work together to determine how the new RR500 engine family can be applied to the company's existing and future helicopter models.
2009-03-10
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Moog Inc. has acquired Fernau Avionics Ltd., a U.K.-based supplier of ground-based air-navigation systems for military, naval, and civil aviation. Ground-based air-navigation systems transmit signals that are used to calculate bearing and range information to aid pilot navigation. 
2009-03-10
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Process solutions provider Dasi Solutions has teamed with Objet Geometries to sell the Alaris30 desktop rapid prototyping 3D printing machine, which delivers a combination of detailed models in a compact system to decrease design cycles.
2009-03-10
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IMH 8-mm (0.315-in) shuttle valves from The Lee Co. feature a compact, nondetented, selective design and improved flow capacity over existing models.
2009-03-10
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InductoScan systems from Inductoheat feature a modular design that provides flexibility for a range of power supplies, controls, and components to be integrated onto a common base.
2009-03-10
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The HyHIL by D2T, in partnership with IFP, Renault, the Laboratoire de Génie électrique de Grenoble, and LMS Imagine, is a virtual hybrid test platform that uses a suite of generic tools to reproduce and assess the complex architectures of hybrid vehicles.
2009-03-10
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The drift-pull steering measurement system from Sensor Developments allows vehicle manufacturers to accurately measure the effects of drift pull caused by wheel alignment errors.
2009-03-10
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The TGAR transient generator system from AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation provides the flexibility to adapt to varied and ever-changing specifications for automotive conductive immunity testing.
2009-03-10
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A new high-precision dual-output rotary position sensor for motorsport applications was launched by Penny­+Giles at Autosport International 2009.
2009-03-10
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British company JJAD initially had envisaged using an internal-combustion engine for its all-wheel-drive P1-E but instead opted for electric drive. Other advanced technologies include composite materials for the chassis and body.
2009-03-10
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It has usually been the rule that monitoring another para­meter meant adding another sensor. The advent of virtual sensing has changed that.
2009-03-10
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One way to get the utmost in precision is to place sensors right in the middle of the activity they are observing. That is simple for jobs such as airflow, but it is extremely difficult when engineers want to place sensors deep inside the engine.
2009-03-10
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The company has inked its second contract to develop human-machine interfaces for Ford. The German compone­nt supplier will produce the center stack panel for the 2010 Lincoln MKZ sedan employing designs and manufacturing techniques previously used only on European luxury vehicles.
2009-03-10
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The USB interface is being rapidly adopted by automakers who like its universality, but the consumer interface is about to change.­ A faster version is moving into production, underscoring the difficulty of matching automotive design cycles with rapidly changing consumer technologies.
2009-03-06
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In the hopes of reducing the number of people killed or injured by backovers, NHTSA (U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) is seeking input from the automotive industry and the public at large as it crafts an update to the regulation addressing rear vision.
2009-03-06
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Several Southeast Asian countries use live elephants to collect fallen trees. In Finland, they prefer large machines such as Ponsse's largest forwarder named the Elephant. Available in six- and eight-wheel layouts, the Elephant can collect prepared logs in all terrains and conditions.
2009-03-06
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John Deere has released two new hybrid fairway mowers for the golf industry. The reels, previously powered by hydraulics that risked leaking on the greens, are now electric, giving quieter, more efficient performance.
2009-03-06
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Twisted frames, cracked bumpers, and crinkled hoods serve as the physical prompters for developing specific repair procedures to get wrecked vehicles back to precrash operating condition.
2009-03-06
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The latest Boart Longyear drill rig combines a patent-pending mast with a stable tracked crawler base for varied applications.
2009-03-06
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Two new telehandlers from Cat, the TH406 and TH407, offer versatility with many attachments for applications as varied as agriculture and construction. Four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering enable the new models to move easily in tight and difficult conditions.
2009-03-05
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The T275A from Rayco is a brush removal and stump grinding machine designed for site preparation. With two primary attachments, it removes even the largest obstacles, saving expensive removal of wood waste.
2009-03-05
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A small new indoor aerial platform from Genie, the GRC-12, handles tight spaces to assist in construction and remodeling projects.
2009-03-05
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American Honda Motor Co. Inc. has introduced a Class 8 hybrid diesel-electric truck into its fleet at its Alpharetta, GA, parts center. The SmartWay-certified Peterbilt Model 386 hybrid truck is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by almost 10,000 ton (9070 t) per year, compared to its diesel counterpart.
2009-03-05
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The newest in Volvo's line of short-swing excavators, the ECR305CL is comparable in performance to standard-overhang configurations but can work in narrow confines and takes up just a single road lane for flexibility on the job.
2009-03-05
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Head restraints began as one of the first passive safety systems in 1969, but they’re now becoming a tool for automakers that employ active safety systems. TRW Automotive is entering this growing market with a head-restraint system said to be faster and less complicated than competing systems.
2009-03-04
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AutomationDesk 2.2 from dSpace provides a comprehensive environment for performing automated hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing.
2009-03-04
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Enfield Technologies designed the C2 proportional system controller to work with its high-speed proportional pneumatic valves in various applications, including intermediate positioning of air cylinders, precision pressure regulation, variable flow control, and force control.
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