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2013-12-05
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A*STAR Institute of Microelectronics (IME), GLOBALFOUNDRIES Singapore Pte. Ltd., and Masdar Institute of Science and Technology entered into a collaboration to develop and advance micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) technologies for automotive, aerospace, consumer, health care, industrial, and mobility applications.
2013-12-05
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Hyundai promises Tucson-based model for $500/month lease by next Spring, and is prepared to make as many as it can lease. Honda and Toyota have conservative projections for near-term, but will market FC cars in 2015.
2013-12-04
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While shifting the manufacturing process of a composite part from pre-impregnated to a new liquid resin injection process, the Composites Development team at Bombardier Aerospace had to redesign the component to a new set of design allowables. The Integrated Product Development Team was able to quickly provide a turnkey solution that resulted in a positive business case for both weight and cost.
2013-12-04
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Siemens’ NX9 software includes new capabilities and technological developments that deliver enhanced product development flexibility, and, according to the company, up to five times higher productivity across multiple industries such as automotive, aerospace, shipbuilding, and others.
2013-12-04
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Base-station cordless EV battery charging is only in the early stages of development, but already some are researching the possibility of charging on the go.
2013-12-04
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Boeing sought a solution that would reduce the amount of manual drilling, improve hole quality, and increase overall productivity. Not for the first time, Electroimpact was key in developing an automated solution.
2013-12-04
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Engineering simulation software provider ANSYS has signed an agreement to acquire Reaction Design. San Diego, CA-based Reaction Design provides chemistry simulation solutions that enable transportation manufacturers and energy companies to achieve their clean-technology goals by automating the analysis of chemical processes via computer simulation and modeling solutions.
2013-12-03
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An SAE International volunteer task force working on a standard for wireless charging of electric vehicles has agreed on the frequency (85 kHz) and the power levels that should be used. “After three years of international collaboration and investigation within the team, consensus has been reached on a nominal common frequency of operation for the light-duty vehicle guideline,” said Jesse Schneider, Chair of the J2954 Task Force for Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) of Light Duty, Electric, and Plug-in Vehicles.
2013-12-02
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Facing tighter global noise and emissions regulations, Harley has employed full liquid cooling on its all-new 500- and 750-cc Revolution X global engines, while engineering "strategic" liquid cooling into its fabled Twin Cam 103 series.
2013-12-02
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The Edge Concept that Ford introduced at the recent Los Angeles Auto Show reveals the automaker’s vision not only for what the next production version of the crossover may look like, but also what semi- and, later, full-autonomous driving may look like.
2013-12-02
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As quick and nimble as the i3 stablemate is, BMW promises an even better driving experience with the i8 plug-in hybrid-electric sports car.
2013-12-02
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VIA Motors says it has begun retrofit electric vehicle production of vans at plant in Mexico, using General Motors commercial vehicles, with pickups based on Chevy Silverado to follow in 2014. Traction motor replaces OE transmission. Lithium-ion battery pack has 21.4 kW·h rating for 40 mi (64 km) all-electric range for truck, 35 mi (56 km) for van.
2013-12-02
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Millbrook Proving Ground in the U.K. has introduced a Portable Emissions Measurement System (PEMS).
2013-11-29
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Citing biofuel production constraints and an ongoing decrease in demand for gasoline usage, the U.S. EPA is proposing in today's Federal Register to lower the amount of renewable fuel that refiners must blend into gasoline and diesel in calendar year 2014.
2013-11-26
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UniWest has expanded the EddyView family with three portable eddy current testing instruments: the Prime, Pro, and Premium instruments are off-the-shelf and readily available.
2013-11-26
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Asylum Research’s blueDrive photothermal excitation is available on its Cypher atomic force microscopes.
2013-11-26
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New GT replaces GT350 and includes two supercharged versions. Top model is rated at 624 hp and has claimed 0-60 mph of 3.7 s, quarter-mile time of mid-11 s. Conversions are made to customer's 2011-14 Mustang GT at Shelby's Las Vegas, NV, facility.
2013-11-26
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“Beneath the outer skin is a brand new car with state-of-the art technology. As always, we want our new Mini to offer that famous go-kart feeling,” said company boss Peter Schwarzenbauer of the latest generation hatchback.
2013-11-26
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Palmer Wahl Instrumentation Group's custom dial faces—its BiMetal and Direct Drive Dial thermometers, as well as its pressure gauges with screw-on bezels—may be customized, no matter the dial size.
2013-11-26
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W. L. Gore & Associates’ Shielded Twisted Pair Cables reduce weight while maintaining reliable signal integrity.
2013-11-26
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The current Banks Super-Turbo Freightliner Cascadia that tore up Pikes Peak earlier this year features plenty of technology, notably a souped-up 14-L Detroit Diesel 60 series engine and a water-methanol injection system. But the future involves hybridization and alternative fuels, said Gale Banks and racer Mike Ryan at the 2013 SEMA Show.
2013-11-26
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ARPA-e targets "robust" batteries that not only bear loads but also absorb crash-impact energy to save weight.
2013-11-26
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Made with silver-coated nickel filler, Master Bond EP79FL is a two-part, electrically conductive epoxy for bonding, sealing, and coating applications.
2013-11-26
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Methods Machine Tools, Inc. introduces Yasda Precision Tools' YBM 640V3 three-axis CNC vertical jig borer, which provides high-speed, precision boring and milling operations for high-accuracy mold, die, and complex component manufacturing.
2013-11-26
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The new DSS-7000 Battery Service Diagnostic System from Midtronics is designed to address challenges posed by several new and future vehicles, including capabilities for new battery and system types and a generation of service technicians familiar with app-based technology.
2013-11-25
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A "stretchy" polymer developed by scientists at Stanford University and the U.S. Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park, CA, could open a path to self-healing electrodes in the lithium-ion batteries of future electric vehicles.
2013-11-25
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Though the electronics industry changes quickly, it’s rare to see a new device category emerge. Texas Instruments said its inductance-to-digital converter combines the basic benefits of inductance sensing while adding conversion capabilities, which will help automakers trim costs and improve reliability.
2013-11-25
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Panasonic Corp.'s high-precision, wide field of view (FOV) millimeter-wave technologies are able to separately detect cars, pedestrians, and bicycles in less than 0.1 s on the condition that they are separated by 20 cm (0.7 ft).
2013-11-25
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The MAX16984 automotive dc-dc converter with USB charge emulator from Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. offers the capability to recognize and charge any portable device directly from a vehicle battery over USB with a single integrated circuit.
2013-11-25
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As telecom suppliers and insurance companies strive to leverage connected-car technologies and increase revenues from autos, they’re also attempting to reduce the dangers of distracted driving. Sprint has focused on texting while driving, coming out with a tool that will block texting functions when the vehicle is in motion.
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