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2009-01-05
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Crystalline automotive window film from 3M uses multilayer nanotechnology with hundreds of precise layers that are less than the thickness of a Post-it Note.
2009-01-05
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QuesTek Innovations LLC has been awarded three Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) projects to develop new metal alloys for the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force. The design and development of a new titanium alloy, for the U.S.
2009-01-05
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The Keyence VK-9700 color 3-D laser scanning confocal microscope combines the capabilities of SEMs and noncontact profilometry with the simplicity of a conventional microscope.
2009-01-05
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The EOS P 800 is a high-temperature system for laser sintering high-performance polymers.
2009-01-05
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dSPACE’s SystemDesk version 2.0 lets users model and simulate software architectures and systems directly on a PC, allowing software functions to be tested and verified at the early stage of the development process.
2009-01-05
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RoboForm from DV Automation is a robotic system for forming a variety of edge conditions on metal components used in a wide range of engineering applications.
2009-01-05
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Micronas’ HAL 880 programmable linear Hall-effect sensor uses digital technology to deliver performance while offering a linear analog output for compatibility with existing sensor designs.
2009-01-05
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A rugged 25 A dc motor controller from Axiomatic offers speed, torque, or proportional-integral-derivative (PID) control of a unidirectional or bidirectional brushed dc motor for machine control.
2009-01-05
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Adchem features a high-performance adhesive transfer tape for bonding to thermoplastic polyolefins and other low-surface energy materials such as powder-coated metals and polypropylene.
2009-01-05
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The ADAU144x SigmaDSP audio processor family from Analog Devices handles multiple input signals to ease design constraints and increase processing speed in multifunction automotive audio designs.
2008-12-31
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Beru f1systems has revealed details of a new infrared (IR) sensor called DigiTyre IR that it claims can record accurate tire-carcass temperature.
2008-12-31
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As part of the Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group’s efforts to upgrade fuel efficiency and real-world benefits to those driving in urban heavy-traffic conditions, Kia was to begin producing its Cee’d cars armed with ISG (idle stop and go) beginning in mid-December at its Slovakia plant.
2008-12-31
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The environmentally friendly and alternative fuel movements, commonly known as “green” initiatives, have reached a new audience—that of the American Le Mans Series. Called Green Racing, the new protocols were brought to fruition from cooperation between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, SAE International, the American Le Mans Series, and the U.S. Department of Energy.
2008-12-31
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The company’s advance technology research and development strategy called the Orchard Concept is comprised of three parts: enrich R&D soil, seed and grow, and harvest. The concept is applied to four strategic technology fields: environment, safety, life onboard, and dynamic performance, on the definitive foundation of quality and cost.
2008-12-31
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“I might have gone absent without leave today had we lost Le Mans,” said Masao Furusawa, Executive Officer of Yamaha Motor Co. and Senior General Manager of Engineering Operations, Motorcycle Headquarters, when telling the secret of Yamaha’s winning formula in the MotoGP racing series.
2008-12-30
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Parallel parking will get easier for owners of Lincoln's MKS flagship sedan and the new MKT crossover thanks to a new technology from Ford Motor Co. called Active Park Assist. The option, available in mid-2009, uses an ultrasonic-based sensing system developed with Valeo and Electric Power Assisted Steering developed with TRW to position the vehicle for parallel parking, calculate the optimal steering angle, and steer the vehicle into a parking spot.
2008-12-30
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The central government of the People's Republic of China (PRC) has approved China BAK Battery Inc.'s lithium-phosphate project for electric and hybrid-electric vehicles as a key project in the PRC's prestigious National High Technology Research and Development Program or 863 Program.
2008-12-30
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Honda Motor Co. and GS Yuasa Corp. have agreed to create a joint venture for the production of lithium-ion batteries for applications with a central focus on hybrid-electric vehicles. The new company, which the two partners hope to officially establish by spring 2009 with a capitalization of about ¥15 billion, will also conduct research into Li-ion technology.
2008-12-29
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The U.S. NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) is delaying by one year implementation of a major upgrade to its light-vehicle crash-rating program. Changes to the agency's New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) will take effect for MY2011 instead of MY2010.
2008-12-23
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Averna’s tight synchronization of a few nanoseconds for phase diversity applications performed on its universal receiver tester (URT) represents a step forward in the generation, capture, and playback of RF signals.
2008-12-23
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Atmel offers its AVR microcontroller-based RF transmitter family ATA577x for remote keyless entry (RKE) applications.
2008-12-23
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Jet Edge's waterjet cutting systems feature SigmaTEK Systems' SigmaNEST Companion, which uses a wizard-based approach to allow waterjet operators with little or no CAD/CAM experience to design, edit, and nest parts quickly with little training.
2008-12-23
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Dyne-A-Mite IT Elite from Enercon etches, cleans, activates, sterilizes, and functionalizes a wide variety of difficult-to-treat conductive and non-conductive material surfaces.
2008-12-23
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Grote Industries’ ultra-nose-box is part of a series of the company’s products that addresses the trucking industry’s lighting and electrical needs.
2008-12-23
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Laser Design's 3-D laser scanning technology will be integrated with CMM systems from Wenzel-Xspect.
2008-12-23
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Designed for automatically dispensing room temperature vulcanizing (RTV) silicone, epoxy, lubricants, and adhesives, Dispense Work’s long stroke (LS) series dispensers can automate manual operation.
2008-12-23
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The Microballon Meter, Mix, and Dispense machine from Fluid Research Corp. dispenses microballons with little or no breakage.
2008-12-23
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Interlaken provides turnkey, fully automated hot stamping press systems to help meet the demand for stronger and lighter materials for volume manufacturing of automotive components.
2008-12-23
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NHTSA (U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) plans to issue a final rule on vehicle roof strength next spring, according to InterRegs. The rule as proposed would increase the load that could be withstood from 1.5 times the vehicle's own weight, as currently required, to 2.5 times its own weight. 
2008-12-23
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When the Chevrolet crossover debuts next summer, it will be offered with two new direct-injected (DI) engines—a 2.4-L four-cylinder and a 3.0-L V6. The 2.4-L is expected to deliver an estimated 30 mpg in highway driving, though EPA certification is pend­ing, placing the Equinox at the top of its segment in highway mileage.
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