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2014-03-24
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Massachusetts will be the home, and MIT the beneficiary, of a new FAA-designated unmanned aircraft test site just an hour and a half from campus. MIT classes and researchers developing unmanned aerial vehicles and their associated systems will be able to take advantage of the facility located at Joint Base Cape Cod, according to MIT Professor Jonathan How of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
2014-03-24
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Radwin adds to its FiberinMotion portfolio with the vehicular mobile unit installed to enable high-speed video, voice, and data transmissions in vehicles.
2014-03-24
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The technology organization has developed an innovative process to help reduce the cost of composite component use. Features normally added in a separate operation, such as clips and inserts for threaded fasteners, can now be molded directly onto the back of high-quality composite panels, producing a more cost-effective part than a conventional bonded assembly.
2014-03-24
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Product Manager and former Formula One engineer Phil Harnett talks about the Wraith development program and vehicle highlights in conjunction with a test drive by Automotive Engineering magazine.
2014-03-24
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Confined to private road courses to date, Toyota's tilting three-wheeler takes to regular roads beginning today (March 24). Ten units of the single-seat i-Road are undergoing a roughly eight-week public trial in Tokyo for evaluation of the vehicle's suitability for city driving and of its impact on how users decide what journeys to make with it.
2014-03-24
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The new mid-engine V10 model has enormous tire tracks to fill. It replaces the Gallardo, which, with 14,022 units produced over a decade, was far and away the most successful Lamborghini model in the company’s history.
2014-03-24
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The modular, torque-dense motor revs to 15,000 rpm, weighs only 13 kg, features new-generation power control and offers ample systems-engineering and vehicle packaging opportunities.
2014-03-22
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Type MEP is the latest electronic pressure switch for off-highway equipment from Danfoss.
2014-03-22
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MEN Micro offers the flexible G51 3U CompactPCI Serial session border controller with a QorIQ processor and eight standard I/O interfaces.
2014-03-22
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A direct-acting, normally closed control proportional valve family is being piloted from Comatrol.
2014-03-22
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Molex's vertical configuration version of its DuraClik 2-mm (0.08-in) pitch wire-to-board connector was designed for various space and installation needs with onboard instrumentation.
2014-03-22
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Rota Engineering’s position sensors for hydraulic cylinders were designed for robust environments requiring a small footprint to maintain critical pin-to-pin dimensions of existing cylinders.
2014-03-22
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Adding thermocouple and analog signal input to the Axiomatic CAN controller line improves flexibility for these rugged I/O controllers.
2014-03-22
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Amphenol improves the AT Series circular thermoplastic connectors by incorporating AT contact technology.
2014-03-22
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Crystek’s coaxial resonator oscillator is a coaxial-based voltage controlled oscillator with an internal proprietary frequency doubler.
2014-03-22
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American Aerospace Controls offers a line of reliable ac and dc standard and custom electrical transducers for rail, heavy locomotive, high-speed train, and light rapid transit monitoring.
2014-03-22
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Juniper Systems’ latest rugged handheld display is the Archer 2.
2014-03-21
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AGC Chemicals Americas Inc.’s new Sunbesta-ZV multi-layer fuel hose features a three-layer tubing system, making them highly resistant to temperature, chemicals, and fuels, and are free of oligomers, claims the company.
2014-03-21
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Marilyn Vala, HMI Lead, LC/LA/LD/LX Program, Chrysler, and organizer of the “Mobility Issues for an Aging Population” technical session at SAE 2014 World Congress, has been researching the issue of an increasing aging population for the past 15 years and has a comprehensive understanding of the landscape and its challenges.
2014-03-20
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Using new hydrostatic drives and hybrid solutions, Rexroth’s hydraulic start-stop system helps customers meet Tier 4 emissions standards and reduce fuel consumption.
2014-03-20
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GM has revealed technical and development details of its all-new Modular Ecotec family of long-stroke 1.0- to 1.5-L three- and four-cylinder gasoline engines that the company expects will eventually power about 25% of the automaker’s global vehicle production in the A through C/D segments.
2014-03-20
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A new family of 3-cylinder gasoline engines from Peugeot, called PureTech, employs optimized combustion to offer what the automaker calls a breakthrough in terms of fuel economy, CO2, and drivability.
2014-03-19
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Bridgestone's M854 wide-base radial all-position tire is fabricated for severe on/off highway applications.
2014-03-19
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Dana Holding updates technology to support the Spicer central tire inflation system with a mechatronic control unit option.
2014-03-19
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Solar Flex GP-FLEX series panels from Go Power use monocrystalline cells to increase energy per square foot when powering tools, lighting, lift gates, and truck-mounted equipment.
2014-03-19
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Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. offers a new series of power MiniLEDs in ultra-compact surface-mount device packages.
2014-03-19
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Goodyear G731 MSA and G751 MSA tires for mixed-service applications enable construction, dump, cement mixers, and other fleets to travel across challenging surfaces.
2014-03-19
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Meritor’s P600 Series planetary axles, including the P610 and P614, are engineered for global heavy-haul, oil field, logging, and mining applications.
2014-03-19
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Jeffrey Lux has been named by Chrysler Group LLC as Head of Transmission Powertrain, effective immediately. As part of Chrysler Group's Leadership Team, he is responsible for the design, development, and release of all transmission and driveline systems for the company.
2014-03-19
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Ford is using a highly engineered lens with 16 precision optical surfaces and 80 facets in the upcoming 2015 F-150's headlamp to re-create as much as possible a daytime quality of light after the sun goes down. The automaker says no other light-duty pickup truck on the road today uses LED headlamps.
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