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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.
2017-06-27
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Recently NASA researchers were officially cleared to begin formal feasibility studies on advanced Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) concepts under NASA’s Convergent Aeronautics Solutions (CAS) project. The investigations, three in total, are expected to take between 24 and 30 months to complete.
2017-06-27
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Automotive suppliers and companies from other fields are jockeying to team up with the right group of partners to provide services for the growing "ecosystem" of connected vehicles and smart cities.
2017-06-26
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Automatic Emergency Braking, or AEB, uses radar to monitor a vehicle's closeness to the vehicle ahead.
2017-06-24
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Used for pedestrian safety testing, Diversified Technical Systems’ pedestrian headforms (which emulate a human head) embedded data acquisition solution are instrumented with a triaxial accelerometer and miniature SLICE NANO data recorder inside and then launched at a vehicle’s hood and windshield to test for potential injuries that may be sustained by pedestrians.
2017-06-20
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Under their new non-exclusive cooperation, ZF and Hella have begun jointly developing camera, imaging and radar systems, with the goal of entering production by 2020.
2017-06-19
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The ILPS-45 series inductive, contactless linear position sensors from The Sensor Connection use linear variable inductance transducer (LVIT) technology and are specifically designed for measuring applications requiring rugged devices.
2017-06-19
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The LTC7800 from Analog Devices, Inc. is a synchronous step-down DC/DC controller that operates at up to 2.25 MHz for reduced circuit size and increased power density.
2017-06-16
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It's possible to thwart most, but not all, cyber incidents.
2017-06-16
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Soon, new vehicles will be able to communicate back and forth with each other and with traffic signals.
2017-06-16
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In a production vehicle that Tula tested, conventional operation yielded what was termed an “objectionable” audible boom at 47 Hz with production calibration. However, under DSF operation all firing patterns resulting in frequencies between 44 Hz and 48 Hz were avoided.
2017-06-14
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LCDTERM.com’s new programming-free LCD user interface (UI) allows seamless and code-free integration onto any embedded platform, eliminating the need to write software to control the display.
2017-06-14
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Infineon Technologies AG has expanded its 1200-V discrete IGBT product portfolio by offering up to 75 A.
2017-06-14
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MTA’s Sea Hawk 8-in color display has been chosen to be fitted on all seven models of CASE Construction Equipment’s new G-series wheel loaders, recently introduced on the market.
2017-06-13
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Multi-disciplinary teams from three global software-engineering facilities model the system’s physics and graphically create control algorithms to embed into a microprocessor.
2017-06-10
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Metamaterial Technologies looks to enter the solar power market by providing advanced photovoltaic technology to the aerospace and defense industry.
2017-05-22
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New tools and technologies are helping engineers reduce vehicle Noise, Vibration and Harshness.
2017-05-21
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Aurora Flight Sciences demonstrated DARPA's ALIAS automated flight technology in a Boeing 737 simulator. ALIAS showcased its ability to utilize the existing 737 auto-landing system to autonomously land the aircraft safely in the event of pilot incapacitation.
2017-05-17
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FEV's Stephan Tarnutzer sees heavy-duty trucks, off-highway equipment and passenger vehicles driving on the network and becoming a key part of the Internet of Things (IoT).
2017-05-15
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The head-up display (HUD) has already logged more than 27,000 km during testing in the Continental InnovationTruck. Augmented-reality HUDs for heavy trucks are also on the way, says Continental's Jennifer Wahnschaff.
2017-05-10
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Microchip Technology Inc.'s advanced motor control software plug-in for MPLAB X Integrated Development Environment (IDE) features auto tuning and self-commissioning capability.
2017-05-10
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A new line of axial-lead aluminum electrolytic capacitors from Cornell Dubilier Electronics, Inc. is available for applications that require very high-performance under all operating conditions.
2017-05-08
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Many autonomous driving plans call for deploying a handful of solid state Lidar sensors on each vehicle, but the Lidar modules used on today’s prototype vehicles are all mechanical systems with moving parts. That’s prompted huge interest in solid-state Lidar, with OEMs and suppliers racing to invest in non-mechanical technologies.
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.
2017-05-08
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Detroit Engineered Products (DEP) Inc. offers a commercial prototype of an Engine Ion Sensor that increases fuel economy, lowers hazardous emissions, and can enable multiple fuel types for use.
2017-05-08
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The CAN bus splitter from Trombetta provides a cost-effective and space-efficient way of connecting multiple devices to the J1939 CAN bus.
2017-05-08
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The newly redesigned 2-pole DEUTSCH connector (MDC06-2S) from Murrelektronik, Inc. is an extremely compact connector—18 mm (0.71 in) long when plugged in—making it easier than ever to make connections, even in confined spaces.
2017-05-08
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POSIHALL is ASM Sensors’ (Elmhurst, IL) new magnetic multiturn encoder technology.
2017-05-08
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Connectivity in regard to hydraulic systems involves the utilization of “smart” components, which communicate with one another on a common system. The commonality of being connected—from using Wi-Fi, cellular or satellite connection wherever we go to syncing all our devices—is an expectation in the off-highway equipment industry, says Danfoss' Henrik V. Joergensen.
2017-05-05
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Heavy-duty trucks have been using telematics for years to communicate a relatively narrow view of engine status. Manufacturers and fleet operators are now looking at the Internet of Things (IoT) to provide an expanded view of truck health, says Bsquare's Dave McCarthy.
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