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2016-10-13
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COMSOL made its name with an emphasis on multiphysics CAE simulation in an era of single discipline codes. Advancing the size of models and a specialized Rotordynamics module, the company is continuing to emphasize power along with convenience in solving complex, difficult simulation problems.
2016-10-10
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The new Endevco model 7264H from Meggitt Sensing Systems is an optimally gas-damped accelerometer for automotive safety testing with target applications that include pedestrian safety, military vehicle and sled testing.
2016-10-10
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Engineers are ironing out the kinks in 48-V hybrids poised to handle greater in-vehicle power demands.
2016-10-06
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Alliance Sensors Group has expanded its sensor product offering with the addition of the LR-27 LVIT (linear variable inductance transducer) Series Inductive Linear Position Sensors.
2016-10-06
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Littelfuse, Inc.’s new series of SIDACtor protection thyristors in DO-214AB (surface-mount) packages are designed to protect low-data-rate interfaces and outdoor data interfaces in general industrial applications.
2016-10-06
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New braking and cruise control systems and pedestrian-detection sensing are in Continental's product pipeline.
2016-10-05
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An EU consortium aims to tackle the challenges of increasingly complex vision-based systems.
2016-10-04
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At the recent Paris Motor Show, Volkswagen unveiled its all-electric I.D. concept, a signal of VW's heightened effort to shift from diesel-engine scandal to electric-car competitiveness.
2016-09-29
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As vehicle owners begin to move seamlessly between homes, offices, and vehicles, the auto supply chain must focus on how to adopt rapidly changing consumer technologies.
2016-09-29
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As self-driving "robot" vehicles begin to enter the roadways in a few years, the technology's ethical issues are being discussed.
2016-09-28
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A nationwide survey about vehicle autonomy indicates younger people better understand and trust the technology, while given the choice among the six SAE levels of autonomous driving, SAE Level 4 is the "sweet spot."
2016-09-22
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The automotive cyber wars are just getting started. Regardless of what side of the battle you’re on, there are valuable insights into the other guy’s strategies and tactics in an excellent new book, The Car Hacker's Handbook .
2016-09-22
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GM has taken a lesson from Tesla's Autopilot driver engagement problems and its new Super Cruise driving system will be different.
2016-09-20
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An expert panel at SAE Convergence noted that many factors are making the next few years one of most disruptive eras the automotive industry has ever seen--with dynamics that will reverberate throughout the supply chain.
2016-09-20
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While OEMs wait for NHTSA's V2X mandate they are discussing whether broad usage can be achieved without regulations.
2016-09-20
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Highways aren't the only place for automated driving.
2016-09-19
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The debate seems settled about when self-driving vehicles are coming: bet on sooner. But the industry is also debating whether to skip SAE Level 3 entirely and move directly to Level 4 autonomy.
2016-09-16
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Eaton’s (St. Louis, MO) new Bussmann series electric vehicle (EV) fuses are specifically designed to protect sensitive electric and hybrid automotive equipment, including high-voltage, high-capacity batteries, power-conversion equipment, contactors, cabling and other auxiliary circuits.
2016-09-16
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Manipulator position sensing is a key issue in the study of hydraulic excavator automation. A neural network-based vision system was developed to estimate the boom, arm, and bucket cylinder displacements of an excavator manipulator during a grading operation simulation.
2016-09-14
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Increasing its presence in a region some are beginning to refer to a “Silicon Valley – East,” Germany-based auto supplier Bosch this week opened an expanded technical center in Pittsburgh, PA, doubling the size of its longstanding technical facility at another site in the city that has become a hotbed of autonomous-vehicle and robotics development.
2016-09-14
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A high-fidelity test bed is used to conduct cyber assurance testing for commercial vehicles including long-haul trucks.
2016-09-10
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The G-Vectoring Control name is a bit of a misnomer. It is not a torque-vectoring system aimed at dramatically improving race-circuit lap times. Rather, the purpose of the system is to endow the vehicle with refined and natural smoothness in normal day-to-day driving environments.
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.
2016-09-09
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Mahindra & Mahindra recently launched DiGiSENSE, an open-architecture solution that connects Mahindra vehicles, tractors, trucks and construction equipment to the cloud, providing real-time data about the performance and location of the vehicles.
2016-09-06
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Model ASUH miniature hybrid high-integrity pressure transducer from KA Sensors is designed for use in rugged environments from -65 to +300ºF (-54 to +149ºC) and vibration levels of more than 20 g.
2016-09-01
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Time of flight (ToF) cameras are ready to let drivers control some of the many options of today’s infotainment systems with a mere wave of their hand. ToF-based systems can also monitor drivers to see if they’re drowsy or not watching roadways.
2016-08-25
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Autonomous driving and machine system automation continue to increase productivity and convenience in farm production.
2016-08-17
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Able to withstand harsh environments, Positronic’s new power connector family provides IP65/IP67 sealing capability.
2016-08-16
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Get ready for the “pod” car: Ford announced today that it intends to mass-produce a driverless, fully autonomous vehicle for commercial ride-sharing or ride-hailing service in 2021. The vehicle apparently will be the embodiment of today’s notion of the driverless-vehicle extreme: it will have no steering wheel, brake or accelerator pedals, said president and CEO Mark Fields during the announcement at the company’s Palo Alto, CA, research campus.
2016-08-15
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Developed for connecting in-vehicle LED lamp modules to control boards, Panasonic Corp.’s connectors improve designing in-vehicle LED lighting.
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