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2013-09-24
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Texas Instruments (TI) expands its automotive motor driver family, which is intended to help customers design automotive applications to meet the functional safety requirements of ISO 26262, with three new devices.
2013-09-24
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Allegro Multisystems announces production of programmable multi-output LED driver.
2013-09-24
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Atmel Corp.’s new maXTouch family enables single-layer shieldless designs in automotive center stacks, navigation systems, radio interfaces, or rear-seat entertainment systems.
2013-09-24
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TDK Corp.’s two new series of narrowly toleranced EPCOS NTC thermistors in EIA 0402 and 0603 surface-mounted device case sizes feature a rated resistance of 10 kΩ in tolerance classes ±1%, ±3%, and ±5%.
2013-09-24
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As an expansion of its Stac64 product family, Molex Inc. offers the 14-circuit hybrid connection system designed to meet the increasing terminal requirements for expanding in-vehicle functionality in automotive and commercial vehicles.
2013-09-23
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Southwest Research Institute says it has deployed the first electric-vehicle aggregation system using SAE International’s J1772 standard for dc fast charging. The system, part of the Smart Power Infrastructure Demonstration for Energy Reliability and Security (SPIDERS) Phase II program, is controlling five fast-charge stations at the Fort Carson Army Base in Colorado Springs, CO.
2013-09-23
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NASA has selected six companies to participate in a government/industry partnership to advance composite materials research and certification; the project seeks to reduce the time for development, verification, and regulatory acceptance of new composite materials and structures.
2013-09-23
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BASF basecoats' XSpark, a new automotive OEM special-effect coating, contains very fine glass particles that reflect light with greater precision, thus creating a pronounced sparkle.
2013-09-23
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A new BorgWarner manufacturing facility is under construction in the zone of Lanheses, Viana do Castelo, Portugal. The new facility is 31 mi (50 km) away from the facility it currently rents in Valença.
2013-09-23
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“It starts with the sketch. You have to have the killer sketch,” explained GM Europe Vice President of Design Mark Adams, for the car that is destined to inspire future cars from Opel and Vauxhall.
2013-09-20
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Japan’s status as the leading Asian economic driver may have been overshadowed in recent times by China, but it has been the major regional aerospace manufacturer for decades, producing license-built U.S. aircraft.
2013-09-19
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Optical engine studies carried out at Sandia National Laboratories' Combustion Research Facility are helping engineers fine-tune combustion to avoid NOx and soot emissions.
2013-09-19
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Autoliv’s adaptable seatbelt features improved safety for all occupants, especially children.
2013-09-18
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Rising system complexity and shortened development cycles have led to the need for an extension of the existing, classical test methods. The Airbus High Lift Test Department is pursuing virtual testing as an additional, equivalent test means besides existing, established physical means of compliance.
2013-09-18
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On display at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, the cars adopt similar electrical architecture with the same basic electric motor design and similar battery technology.
2013-09-17
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Lubrizol Corp. has announced the opening of an additives manufacturing facility in Zhuhai, Guangdong, China. The new plant is part of Lubrizol’s 10-year phased investment plan, launched in 2010. The plant is 400,000-m² (4,3 million-ft²), and construction began in October 2010.
2013-09-17
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Ruukki expands its range of Ramor protection steels with Ramor 550 grade, designed for ballistic protection.
2013-09-17
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Napoleon Engineering Services (NES) announces a custom test rig design and manufacturing service for OEMs to perform rigorous bearing testing in-house.
2013-09-17
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Hirschmann Solutions introduces the Iridium Transceiver Antenna System (ITAS) for fleet and asset management.
2013-09-17
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No other sports car can match the C7's combination of performance, value, and overall efficiency. Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter provides insight on executing a masterpiece.
2013-09-16
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During the IAA 2013 Motor Show in Frankfurt, Germany, Valeo launched the Valeo Innovation Challenge. The contest is open to engineering students across the globe. In teams of two to five members, students will present an innovative project focused on the automotive industry.
2013-09-16
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The GE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory team is developing a water-based, flow battery capable of more than just traditional, stationary energy storage. The battery derives its power from a novel electrochemical reaction that all resides safely in a bath of water.
2013-09-13
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ABB’s robotic car body framing system GateFramer controls all motion in the system through the company’s robust robot controller, the IRC5.
2013-09-13
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The U.S. Department of Energy recently opened what it describes as a "one-of-a-kind national secure data center" at its National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, CO. The National Fuel Cell Technology Evaluation Center (NFCTEC) allows industry, academia, and government organizations to submit and review data gathered from projects to advance cost-effective fuel-cell technology.
2013-09-11
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The curvy Q30 Concept, which debuted Sept. 10 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, serves as the design precursor for Infiniti’s future compact premium entry, production of which is expected to start in Sunderland, U.K., in 2015.
2013-09-11
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At the Frankfurt IAA International Motor Show on Sept. 10, Continental and IBM announced an agreement to collaborate on fully connected mobile vehicle solutions for car manufacturers around the world.
2013-09-10
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The French company is pursuing electrification via so-called “E-aircraft” projects, which include an electric general-aviation training aircraft, a serial hybrid-electric motor glider, and a hybrid propulsion system for larger aircraft.
2013-09-09
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Mercedes-Benz, using networked electronic systems (sensor fusion), is introducing on its new S-Class a step-change suspension system that can “see” (via a stereo camera) the road surface ahead and make ultrahigh-speed decisions on how to deal with it.
2013-09-09
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In an effort to stay competitive with a car that has been on the market for 47 years, Toyota will offer an all-new Corolla for 2014 with a CVT with intelligent shifting and standard LED headlamps.
2013-09-09
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The all-new premium sedan is the Korean automaker’s "most powerful and technologically advanced" vehicle ever for the U.S. market.
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