COMVEC 17 is committed to providing new industry professionals support in developing skills, identifying new focuses, and building key professional relationships and networks in the commercial vehicle industry. Discover how you can build your career at this ground-breaking event.
The new and improved COMVEC 17 is the central forum for the community influencing the future of the commercial vehicle industry. This year's event features full mix and match access to three key symposia, expanded programing, networking opportunities for experts and young professionals alike, interactive and dynamic technical displays, and more! Visit sae.org/cve to learn more.
Hear what the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration had to say at the 2016 SAE Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress regarding some of the challenges and opportunities of autonomous commercial vehicles. Members can view the full version by logging into the Member Connection here. Not a Member? Join us today at connection.sae.org.
Highways aren't the only place for automated driving. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Editor-In-Chief Lindsay Brooke looks at the Case IH Autonomous Concept Vehicle. SAE Eye on Engineering also airs Monday mornings on WJR 760 AM Detroit's Paul W. Smith Show. Access archived episodes of SAE Eye on Engineering.
Listen to experts in the field share how SAEs Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress has helped advance the industrys trends and technologies while positively impacting their professional development. Register today at sae.org/cve.
Low Voltage Electric Drives are becoming very attractive for various applications in the Turf, Construction and Agricultural products being engineered today. Determining what the Customer Support Requirements are for Maintenance and Repair for the Life Cycle of the products is critical to the initial design process. Presenter Russell Christ
Comparing Dolly Rollover Testing to Steer-Induced Rollover Events for an Enhanced Understanding of Off-Road Rollover Dynamics
The field of motor vehicle rollover research and testing has been one of multiple and varied approaches, dating back to at least the 1930's. The approach has been as simple as tipping a vehicle over at the top of a steep hill ( Wilson et al., 1972 ), to as complex as releasing a vehicle from an elevated roll spit mounted to the rear of a moving tractor and trailer ( Cooper et al., 2001 and Carter et al., 2002 ). Presenter Peter Luepke, P Luepke Consulting