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2015-08-19
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The 2017 GT development program has begun testing in southeastern Michigan, with the exotic American supercars running “naked” as they rack up miles amid daily commuter traffic. Automotive Engineering encountered and photographed one of the off-tool prototypes recently.
2015-08-14
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Huge factories and technical improvements are slowly pushing battery pack costs down toward the $100/kW·h turning point that's expected to democratize electrified vehicles.
2015-08-13
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Why did BMW, Audi, and Daimler recently get together to buy Nokia's digital map unit for $3.1 billion? In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Senior Editor Lindsay Brooke looks at the map technology recently purchased by the three German automakers. 
2015-08-12
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TE Connectivity’s aluminum COPALUM Lite sealed terminals and splices provide fast, easy terminations for aerospace applications, while reducing weight up to 60%. The company's INSTALITE RoHS-compliant braid, which offers high electrical performance over a range of frequencies, is up to 50% lighter than traditional braid.
2015-08-11
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For a window into how 3D printing is revolutionizing manufacturing, look no further than the aerospace industry.
2015-08-11
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Ian Callum joined Jaguar in 1999, where he and his team created, among others, the R-Coupe, RD-6, C-X75, and C-X17 concepts. His Jaguar production model list spans, chronologically, the last generation XK (2006), followed by the XF, XJ, and the F-Type, in coupe and convertible forms. Now, Callum has led his team to create the new XF and future Jaguars.
2015-08-11
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A $2.5 million upgrade turns an existing climatic cell into one of the industry's most capable facilities for 4x4 and AWD vehicle development.
2015-08-10
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Tucked within the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus is a glimpse of the automotive future. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Senior Editor Lindsay Brooke looks at Mcity, a new proving ground that will help automakers and suppliers develop automated and driverless car technologies.
2015-08-06
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The PD400 has a common electronic control architecture that supports the full suite of JDES advanced motor control software to optimize performance of permanent magnet or induction motors in hybrid electric applications.
2015-08-06
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New PL72, PL83, and PL87 pipelayers feature differential steering and an electronically controlled hydraulic system that places total control of lifting functions into a single joystick. A dash-mounted LCD display provides onboard diagnostic information for the operator.
2015-08-06
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The new crawler dozer offers automated dozing from rough cut to finish grade with no blade-mounted sensors.
2015-07-31
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Can a supercharger with a mechanical variable speed drive give a downsized engine the performance “feel” of a larger-displacement, naturally-aspirated unit without sacrificing efficiency? A joint U.K. research project aims to find out.
2015-07-31
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The company is beefing up its use of cameras and expanding their roles. Imagers can help drivers peer around corners and help back up trailers in addition to basic functions like lane keeping.
2015-07-31
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With an electromagnetic clutch located between the drive pulley and supercharger rotors, the blower can be disengaged during idle, light throttle, and cruising situations.
2015-07-31
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Cars today are where phones were before the iPhone came along. They're not very "smart." In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Senior Editor Lindsay Brooke looks at AT&T's Drive Studio Laboratory where new smart car technologies are developed.
2015-07-29
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SAKOR Technologies supplies a test system for the Dream Chaser atmospheric flight control system, serving as a spacecraft emulator to test overall system performance.
2015-07-29
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Exhaust from a car's tailpipe is usually considered a bad thing. But exhaust is also used to make engines burn cleaner. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Senior Editor Lindsay Brooke looks at a technology called Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) and its environmental benefits.
2015-07-28
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The lightweight, open-architecture FlightPro Gen III mission computer integrates advanced mission, weapons, and video-processing capabilities into a conduction-cooled, high-performance airborne computer capable of driving four independent, multi-function displays.
2015-07-28
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The 6DX PRO for gathering kinematic data for research and engineering validation was designed by DTS specifically for occupant dynamics and human injury assessment.
2015-07-27
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Walther Trowal’s new continuous feed tumblast machines have been specially adapted for shot blasting of light metals like aluminum and magnesium.
2015-07-27
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Coldwater Machine’s new SpotMeld system is based on Refill Friction Stir Spot Weld technology. The system enables spot welding of aluminum (1000-7000 series), magnesium, non-ferrous, and dissimilar sheet materials.
2015-07-24
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For the first time since the Second World War, the Japanese aerospace industry has demonstrated a new defense air program overseas in an attempt to interest potential export customers.
2015-07-23
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Porsche, Audi, Toyota, and Nissan each chose a different path for its hybrid-electric prototype racer at Le Mans, but one solution rose to the occasion.
2015-07-23
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Based in Frankfurt, Pierre Juan manages sales and technical teams across 19 countries as the Global Automotive Vice President at Styrolution. The company describes itself as the leading global styrenics supplier. He discusses the future of plastics in the automotive industry, including opportunities and challenges.
2015-07-23
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Physics-based robot simulation leveraging stochastic optimization and game theory will support new NASA missions.
2015-07-23
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The system is based on Elbit’s ClearVision EFVS for fixed-wing platforms and provides helicopter pilots with increased situational awareness.
2015-07-23
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The company is looking at adjacent markets for its large video screens and sees the truck industry as a potential opportunity. The Safety Truck prototype was developed with the aim of improving road safety.
2015-07-23
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The companies have partnered to jointly develop and commercialize a next-generation exhaust system for heavy trucks that incorporates thermoelectric waste heat recovery.
2015-07-21
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Small robots are beginning to handle tasks inside automotive production facilities that require human-like dexterity.
2015-07-19
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L-3 Aviation Products announced that Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) has selected its Tactical Airborne Navigation System, TACAN+, for its new Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) program. The TACAN+ transceiver is a small and light tactical airborne navigation system capable of tracking up to four ground stations simultaneously in range and two in bearing.
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