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2011-05-17
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With companies relying more than ever on CAE and simulations to reduce cost and time of product development, the unique challenges of managing simulation data has spawned a new look at technologies for managing that data.
2017-08-09
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A recent Engineering program at the University of Michigan’s Dearborn campus jettisoned lectures and text books and replaced them with a fresh Design, Build, and Test curriculum including new lean-Startup courses addressing customer discovery techniques.
2010-01-13
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David Richards runs two tech-intensive U.K. automotive firms and sees unique opportunities for both moving forward.
2017-08-18
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Delphi positions itself for wider access to emerging autonomous-driving technology with an investment in Israel-based Lidar developer Innoviz Technologies.
2009-04-20
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The economy, politics, and the electric vehicle were hot conversational points during a Monday afternoon panel discussion among automotive industry thought-leaders.
2016-07-08
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Using Exa's latest simulation software, Jaguar is aiming to achieve full-vehicle verification exclusively through digital simulation by 2020, going straight from a virtual model to the final physical production vehicle.
2016-02-03
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Britain has established a real-world test highway for connected and autonomous vehicle technologies. JLR is one of the companies investing in the 66-km-long R&D route.
2017-05-08
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Artificial intelligence has the potential to vastly advance automated driving and other aspects of automotive safety. But developers must determine how to mitigate undesirable side-effects.
2017-07-26
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Is Automotive ready for the inevitable? Cybersecurity experts talk defense strategies.
2009-04-21
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What the automotive industry will look like in 30 days is difficult enough to know; so trying to conceive what it will entail 30 years from now seems downright impossible. But “impossible” is not in the lexicon of those visionaries who participated in the Green Mobility – The Long View panel at the AVL Technology Leadership Theater on opening day of the SAE 2009 World Congress.
2016-09-10
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The connected car’s emergence is as disruptive for insurance companies as it is for automakers. Usage based insurance (UBI) holds a major role in future plans, prompting insurers to partner with OEMs and create apps that provide services that make UBI more attractive to customers.
2009-02-17
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Electron Energy Corp., a leading U.S. producer of rare earth magnets, has been awarded a $750,000 Small Business Technology Transfer Research (STTR) contract by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, Argonne, IL. The Phase II research contract, which runs from August 2008 through August 2009, is for the development of high-performance magnets and magnet technologies for advanced motors used in hybrid-electric vehicles.
2009-02-25
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Roush expands its propane-fueled vehicle lineup this year with the Ford F-250 pickup truck, a follow-up to the propane-fueled F-150.
2011-06-22
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The recently released “Engineer Employment Study for Mobility Industries, 2011-2016” offers encouraging news for mobility-industry professionals on the job hunt.
2015-04-21
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In advance of the 2015 SAE World Congress, Controlled Power Technologies said it could triple its current 50-person workforce as its portfolio of advanced technologies edge closer to commercialization reality.
2017-06-16
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It's possible to thwart most, but not all, cyber incidents.
2017-06-27
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JLR and virtual band Gorillaz are working together to recruit the next generation of electronics and software engineers with a code-breaking challenge found in the band’s app.
2010-03-10
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Electric-vehicle advocacy group pushes an accelerated plan to free America from oil imports.
2010-04-23
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An all-electric SUV under development by an American company and a Chinese automaker made its public debut at an EV eco-challenge competition in South Korea.
2008-08-11
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Chinese automaker Great Wall has only just begun producing cars. Its brand new engine facility will supply three new models with up to 300,000 Euro 4- and 5 -compliant engines a year.
2008-09-04
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The first official test house for the Euro NCAP rear impact (whiplash) ratings program will be the U.K.-based Motor Insurance Repair Research Center (Thatcham).
2009-07-14
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Seven single-occupant vehicles logged four-digit mpg numbers at the 30th running of the SAE Supermileage competition for college teams.
2009-05-08
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A panel of experts at SAE 2009 World Congress discussed the topic on the mind of everyone in the automotive community. The difficulty may be in predicting what those fuel prices might be. Given uncertainty, no new technology from lightweighting to hydrogen fuel can be ruled out. Can companies afford to develop them all?
2009-12-16
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A technical center for testing and evaluating electric-drive systems, batteries, and infrastructure options has functioned for more than 20 years as a partner to industry, government, and research organizations.
2009-08-07
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Forty-eight projects will receive $2.4 billion in U.S. federal grant monies after being green-lighted by the U.S. Department of Energy as a way to fast-track next-generation automotive technology.
2012-04-30
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Ford invited SAE Magazines to its German crash-test center to witness a B-Max side-impact demonstration to show that the car's Easy Access Door System "is as safe as it is innovative”.
2011-12-13
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Continental tests 120,000 tires a year globally; the company's Scott Armstrong reveals technology and techniques.
2016-03-06
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Cambustion’s DPG, an automated particle filter testing system, can be used to load diesel particulate filters (DPFs) and now gasoline particulate filters (GPFs) with ash over a matter of hours, the company claims. This is a new application of the DPG for studying the effects of ash build-up in particulate filters.
2015-06-09
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The AUTOSAR standard is all about improving embedded electronic systems in vehicles, but did you know that it also promotes the early testing of software code? The early testing and validation of embedded software reduces the number of ECU prototypes and additional test systems needed down the road, and it benefits the whole development process.
2009-01-16
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Antonov, developer of a revolutionary new type of automatic transmission, has just announced that Chinese carmaker Lifan Motors has expressed formal interest in assessing the Antonov TX6 transmission for installation in its 2010 late-model-year sedans. AEI contributor Mark Wilkinson went to Chongqing to examine the transmission.
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