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Euro NCAP to adopt autonomous vehicle ratings

2017-03-04
Euro NCAP will establish a separate category for autonomous vehicles, but there is not likely to be one for cars that are claimed to protect all occupants from serious injury or death.
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Ricardo’s Prof. Neville Jackson elected an SAE Fellow

2017-02-24
During almost 34 years with Ricardo, Prof. Neville Jackson has been—and continues to be—responsible for a wide range of new technologies and innovations. Now he has added SAE Fellow to his many achievements.
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Recoated and ready

2017-02-23
Lockheed Martin completed recoating the first of a dozen F-22 Raptors at the company’s Inlet Coating Repair Speedline facility, accelerating the aircraft's maintenance cycle.
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One-piece fully molded fan

2017-02-22
The Truflo SDS39 molded fan from Phillips & Temro Industries (Eden Prairie, MN) is a one-piece, fully molded fan for engines in the off-road and power generation markets.
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Fresh air for the passenger experience

2017-02-21
The increased use of humidity-control and anti-condensation systems help to prevent moisture problems in aircraft and to enhance the in-flight comfort of crew and passengers.
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Probing FAST processing for high-tech ceramic components

2017-02-20
Researchers from Purdue University are studying the fundamental mechanisms behind a method that uses electrical fields to enhance ceramics-sintering processing, which could aid R&D of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and fuel cells. The research also could shed light on a phenomenon called electromigration, which can affect the performance of electronic devices.
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Sharpening the focus on OBD-II security

2017-02-17
At NHTSA’s urging, SAE International has launched a working group that is looking to explore ways to "harden" the OBD-II port against hackers.
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Military system designers aren’t resting on COTS deployment

2017-02-17
As ground vehicles employ more electronic sensing, control and communication systems, design engineers are increasingly utilizing more commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) modules. Though COTS slashes development time and costs, it’s still difficult for many military users to find COTS boards that meet their low-volume demands for ruggedization and redundancy.
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Signal conditioning, filter and instrumentation amplifier

2017-02-14
Alligator Technologies (Costa Mesa, CA) offers x10000 amplifier gain enhancement for the company’s USB controlled USBPIA-S1 single channel programmable signal conditioning instrumentation amplifier and the USBPGF-S1 instrumentation amplifier with low pass filter.
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High-power wireless charging technology

2017-02-14
Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s 20-kw wireless charging system has achieved 90% efficiency at three times the rate of the plug-in systems commonly used for electric vehicles today.
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