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2017-09-25
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The 2018 CT6 PHEV is an engaging and efficient luxury sedan aimed primarily at China’s burgeoning New Energy Vehicle market.
2013-05-14
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After a period of relative calm and budding partnerships, OEMs appear to be returning to the bad old habit of squeezing their suppliers over piece price.
2017-09-19
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Materion Corp.'s real world testing of new piston ring technology to help reduce downsized engines' emissions enters new phase.
2008-06-02
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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s proposed CAFE (corporate average fuel economy) standards for MY2011-2015 announced in late April are “aggressive but achievable,” said Transportation Secretary Mary Peters.
2009-01-15
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There are still a lot of unanswered questions about the engineering costs that can be paid for with the federal funds to be dispatched to the auto industry via the Department of Energy's advanced technology vehicles loan program. The transition from the Bush to Obama administration only heightens the uncertainty.
2016-01-06
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The $1 billion venture, funded for five years, will focus on autonomous vehicle technologies, artificial intelligence, materials science, robotics, and more.
2011-03-15
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Work between the groups is already under way, with completion targeted for next year when ZigBee Smart Energy version 2.0 is scheduled for completion.
2008-06-02
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U.S. government officials are disappointed by the slow rate at which ethanol is being introduced info the U.S. automotive fuel infrastructure.
2013-12-20
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The U.S. EPA is close to releasing its final Tier 3 emissions provisions, a comprehensive regulation package that will align with the California Air Resources Board's LEV-III standards.
2009-07-06
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The 367 mpg that Nissan has mentioned for its all-electric 100-mi-range car won't be on the window sticker, but it will reflect DOE calculations for CAFE. Electric-car window stickers will have numbers in the 100-mpg range. Plug-in hybrid measurement procedures are still in development.
2009-11-17
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Although the engineering/technology community has and will have a large impact regarding the problem of driver distraction—with that impact having negative and positive poles—it’s the vastly larger community of typical drivers who will determine whether the problem grows or dissipates.
2015-05-26
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The mobility industry is encouraged to get on board quickly and work with other sectors toward common solutions related to the Internet of Things including increasing vehicle safety and reliability, improving the user experience, and exposing new revenue streams for manufacturers and service providers.
2017-01-19
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SAE Ground Vehicle Standards teams are working on a growing list of cybersecurity areas and collaborations.
2014-08-12
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AC17 test reporting begins in 2015. Initially it "gifts" applicable CAFE A/C efficiency credits, but leads to mandatory use. Industry also looks to reduce A/C-induced EV range loss from solar loading using films, glass, pre-ventilation.
2015-01-05
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The group will classify attack methods, propose preventative strategies, define levels of security by criticality of system type, and identify architecture-level strategies for mitigating attacks.
2008-05-14
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The Abaqus 3D BioRID II (Biofidelic Rear Impact Dummy II) finite element model, created by Dassault Systèmes’ Simulia brand, simulates the crash dummy used for rear testing.
2008-05-19
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Ricardo and partners have completed testing on a prototype engine designed to switch between two- and four-stroke modes.
2008-08-06
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Testing is not just about proving or improving vehicle mechanical integrity and capability. It is also about saving money for OEMs and suppliers. A significant example of that is the outcome of the initial program for SUV crash testing using a newly designed “dipping sled” system at the Millbrook research and development facility in the U.K.
2008-10-10
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A startup in the project management software field hopes to gain a foothold in the automotive and aerospace industries by making it simpler to handle remote programs. Clarizen is offering Web-based tools that help companies link remote offices or communicate with contract suppliers.
2008-03-31
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Last October at its annual conference in Boston, Comsol released the latest version of its engineering and scientific software environment for modeling and simulating physics-based systems, Comsol Multiphysics 3.4.
2008-09-18
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Building a three-dimensional physical buck to evaluate a future production vehicle interior is virtually history at Ford Motor Co. now that designers and engineers are relying on near-reality.
2008-09-05
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National Instruments has beefed up its design and testing tools, making it simpler for engineers to create and test prototypes. Its upgrade of the LabVIEW graphical system design software will help engineers move to multicore architectures and utilize wireless technologies.
2008-05-15
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With model-based design continually taking on greater importance in the automotive-engineering community as a way to improve time to market, communication, and cost-efficiency, The MathWorks came to the world’s largest annual gathering of automotive engineers to make a couple of key announcements.
2010-10-20
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The need to improve the aerodynamic performance of a class 8 truck has become a higher priority for manufacturers with the constant increase in fuel costs and implementation of stricter governmental regulations on emissions. To meet these requirements, the ability to predict the aerodynamic performance and hence evaluate the impact of new designs and evaluate add-on devices is of critical importance.
2009-09-17
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The On-road Vehicle NVH Simulator takes the evaluation out of the test lab and enables edited and modified vehicle sounds to be listened to, evaluated, and compared while driving on an actual road and on a variety of surfaces.
2009-04-20
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Argonne National Laboratory increased the speed of its simulations built with the Powertrain System Analysis Toolkit by leveraging The Mathworks' parallel computing tools.
2009-04-06
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While engineering groups are bringing together different disciplines to solve the growing need for mechatronics solutions, they may also need new interdisciplinary engineering tools to capture multiphysics.
2012-02-23
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While the blades need periodic replacement, the wiper system itself is considered one of the most reliable of vehicle devices, with a design life average of 1.5 million wipes. Reliability and motorist safety are key tenets of Hyundai Motor Co., so it comes as no surprise that the windshield wiper has been the focus of considerable attention at the company’s R&D center.
2014-01-22
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Software company rFactor Pro developed software for a major F1 team to overcome the problem of driver-in-the-loop simulator dynamics reaction lag (latency); now it is cascading the solution into production vehicle simulators.
2011-10-03
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Toyota's Collaborative Safety Research Center (CSRC) puts university researchers and other investigators at the forefront of several projects whose findings will lead to the development of next-generation safety technologies.
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