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2009-02-09
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The U.S. EPA will hold a public hearing March 5 on California's request to set its own standards for greenhouse-gas emissions. The California Air Resources Board's 2005 waiver request was denied by the Bush administration in 2006, but President Barack Obama has instructed the EPA to reconsider it.
2009-02-06
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A new mini excavator from JCB is designed to be easily transportable to meet new European towing regulations.
2009-02-06
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Finland-based Valtra's new S-Series tractors come in five forms and offer a list of options designed with usability in mind.
2009-02-06
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Boeing has implemented the Presagis Lyra image generator solution as part of the next-generation Apache helicopter simulator (AH-64D) at its Mesa, AZ, facility.
2009-02-06
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Engineers at Georgia Tech Research Institute are investigating the sources of noise in UAVs to quiet the aircraft and give them an additional form of stealth.
2009-02-06
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Goodrich Corp.'s Sensors and Integrated Systems team in Burnsville, MN, has donated an icing wind tunnel to Iowa State University. The tunnel will be the university's first wind tunnel to be able to perform icing physics research and will be housed in Iowa State's wind simulation and testing (WiST) laboratory.
2009-02-06
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Rolls-Royce Corp. selected Eaton Corp. for two applications on the engine for the Airbus A350 XWB program. Eaton will design, develop, and supply both the main engine fuel pump and the engine build-up subsystems for the next generation of Trent engines. 
2009-02-06
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Eurocopter UK announced plans to build a helicopter service center in Dyce, Aberdeen. The facility will offer logistical and technical support and flight simulator training for the U.K.’s main heliport for the offshore oil industry.
2009-02-06
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Honeywell selected Hamilton Sundstrand's Kidde Aerospace & Defense business unit to supply the overheat detection system (ODS) for the Airbus A350 XWB platform. The A350 XWB ODS will monitor the aircraft environmental control system's bleed air ducts for overheat conditions caused by failures.
2009-02-06
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Lockheed Martin is partnering with Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center to accelerate the introduction of innovative technologies into new systems engineering concepts. The corporation will fund $640,000 of research and development projects at Carnegie Mellon in 2009.
2009-02-06
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Sikorsky Aircraft awarded BAE Systems contracts for development and initial deliveries of CH-53K cockpit seats and cabin armor systems. The first deliveries of both seats and cabin armor are scheduled for 2010. 
2009-02-06
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Knowing that an appropriate electrical power infrastructure is necessary for the success of its Chevrolet Volt, General Motors Corp. announced Feb. 3 that it will work with communities around the country to ensure that there will be plenty of charging stations for its plug-in hybrid vehicle when it goes to market next year.
2009-02-06
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Rolls-Royce selected Parker Aerospace as its partner on the Trent XWB engine program. Parker estimates that the agreement will generate approximately $2.5 billion in revenues over the life of the program.
2009-02-06
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LMI Aerospace Inc., a provider of design engineering services, structural assemblies, kits, and components to the aerospace, defense, and technology industries, has acquired Everett, WA-based Integrated Technologies Inc.
2009-02-06
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Honeywell received an order via Foreign Military Sales for six T-Hawk micro air vehicle (MAV) systems from the U.S. Navy, which is the contracting agency for the U.K. Ministry of Defence (MOD) for the T-Hawk MAV system procurement.
2009-02-06
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Kubota has introduced four new models in its B-Series of tractors, designed for ground care and light construction.
2009-02-06
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Kawasaki has years of experience building loaders, and the newest, the 70TMV-2, comes with power and options to meet a number of uses.
2009-02-06
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Three models in the new T4000F series of row tractors are available, each balancing power with available space. Power and maneuverability are most important for the row tractor; low branches and compact spaces force the series to be long, low, and thin.
2009-02-06
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Colfax’s intelligent concept pump offers the ability to monitor its performance, adjust to changing conditions, and order its own replacement parts without human supervision.
2009-02-06
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Electro Standards Laboratories’ Model 4124 DB9 A/B automatic fallback switch with contact control remote port includes mounting with steel pass-through bolts through the bottom of its desktop enclosure, making it suitable for onboard ship use.
2009-02-06
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The ZXMS6004FF from Diodes is the newest addition to the company’s IntelliFET product line.
2009-02-06
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To earn a "good" rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, a roof must be able to withstand four times the vehicle's weight. The rating program begins with the 2010 model year.
2009-02-05
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WABCO offers a second-generation compressor series for electronically controlled air suspension (ECAS) systems for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
2009-02-05
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Hoping to expand it global reach, U.S.-based lithium-ion battery maker Ener1 has signed a memorandum of understanding with Itochu Corp., a diversified global trading company that leads the world market in distribution of specialized equipment and materials needed to produce Li-ion battery cells, Ener1 said in a Feb. 2 press release.
2009-02-05
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The Research and Innovative Technology Administration, a unit of the U.S. Department of Transportation, has established a partnership with the European Commission to conduct cooperative research on intelligent transportation systems (ITS) applications for surface transportation.
2009-02-05
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Assembly of the fifth Boeing 787 Dreamliner began at the end of January, marking the first new unit to enter the company's plant in Everett, WA, since late last summer. "This airplane signifies our return to a steady production rhythm," said Jack Jones, Vice President of 787 Final Assembly and Change Incorporation.
2009-02-05
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Meridian Automotive Systems Inc. on Feb. 4 announced plans to install sheet molding compounding (SMC) capabilities at its plant in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. At peak production, the recently constructed plant will be capable of producing approximately 75 million lb (34 million kg) of SMC annually.
2009-02-05
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The U.S. Army awarded EADS North America a contract for five additional UH-72A Lakota light-utility helicopters in January, bringing the total number of aircraft on contract to 128. Under production at the American Eurocopter facility in Columbus, MS, the UH-72A is a multirole helicopter for missions that range from homeland security and medical evacuation to drug interdiction, support, and logistics operations.
2009-02-05
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Expanding its line of fastening solutions, Emhart Teknologies offers the POP brand high-strength (HS) blind rivets for performance in structural applications.
2009-02-05
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Elsevier's illumin8 is a web-based semantic text-mining solution designed to help corporate research professionals answer complex R&D questions with greater speed and effectiveness.
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