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2016-03-30
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The 0.24-Cd body was designed for electrified propulsion only, and the propulsion system eliminates the 12-V lead acid battery in favor of a "tap" on the Li-ion battery for hotel loads and accessory power.
2016-03-27
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Self-driving car project CEO John Krafcik discussed Google's work underway toward fully autonomous vehicles, at a recent NY forum. First likely market: the elderly and impaired.
2016-03-19
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An "electronic assistant" with the capability to determine if the driver is capable of receiving information under safety critical conditions.
2016-03-19
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Vehicle OEMs have pledged to make automatic emergency braking standard by 2022, a move that is likely to alter electronic architectures and increase collaboration between module suppliers.
2016-03-19
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There are no exceptions or limitations to where innovations in advanced sensors and other technologies can be introduced in modern aircraft.
2016-03-18
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Lighter than traditional metallic wiring, with much higher bandwidths, fiber optic cables are integrated throughout an aircraft in systems that include taxi aid cameras, head-up displays, in-flight entertainment, cockpit systems, and other key components.
2016-03-16
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As telecoms firm up plans to upgrade from 4G to 5G cellular networks, automotive Tier 1s are beginning to incorporate this 5th-generation wireless technology into their plans to enhance safety and push towards autonomous driving.
2016-03-14
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As airlines strive to move more and more people faster and faster, the talk of a future supersonic aircraft for commercial purposes is getting louder and louder.
2016-03-12
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Cloud service providers are playing an increasingly growing role in the drive to provide more features, functions and services. Companies are working on strategies that provide "cloud" access without compromising safety.
2016-03-07
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We all marvel that our latest electronic devices are faster and more powerful than the ones they replace, and for that we can thank Gordon Moore, who founded computer chip maker Intel. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Editor-In-Chief Lindsay Brooke looks at the current state of Moore's Law.
2016-03-07
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The AMPSEAL 16 hybrid lever connector system from TE Connectivity is a heavy-duty environmentally sealed system that withstands the harsh conditions of agricultural, construction, trucking, marine, and off-highway industries.
2016-03-06
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The CL-712 from HED is a solid-state Cortex A8 ARM microcontroller-based display and member of the HED CANLink multiplexed control family.
2016-03-06
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Dana Holding Corp.’s Spicer Smart Suite technology is a platform of fully integrated, connected-vehicle features that converts operating data from the drivetrain into actionable insights for enhancing productivity, improving operator and machine safety and reducing total operating costs.
2016-03-06
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ZF TRW has enhanced the capabilities of its electronic stability control (ESC) system—in addition to its wide range of advanced braking functionality, the technology can act as a “black-box” integration hub, hosting software algorithms to control automated driving, safety, chassis and drivetrain functions.
2016-03-04
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Microchip Technology has introduced a development kit for integrated 2D projective capacitive touch and 3D gesture recognition on displays.
2016-03-04
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The TMPV7602XBG image recognition processor from Toshiba America Electronic Components is suitable for monocular cameras used in advanced driver assistance systems and will help designers implement ADAS applications using a cost-optimized camera system with a small form factor.
2016-03-01
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The growing role of electronics and software is altering the design process, requiring a greater focus on validation and verification, particularly to meet the stringent demands of off-highway environments.
2016-03-01
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Fuji Electric has introduced its 7th generation IGBT (insulated-gate bipolar transistor) modules which offer an increased current rating for reduced package sizes and improved power cycling capability for enhanced reliability.
2016-03-01
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New Vishay Intertechnology bidirectional single-line ESD protection diodes in the compact SOD-323 package save board space in automotive applications.
2016-02-26
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With the success of the SYERS-2 flight, Northrop Grumman plans to fly an optical bar camera sensor and an MS-177 multi-spectral sensor later in the year.
2016-02-19
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At the recent 2016 SAE Hybrid & EV Symposium in California, Automotive Engineering talked with Tim Grewe, GM’s Director of General Electrification, about the role of controls in the electrified vehicle space.
2016-02-17
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As OEMs and Tier 1s expand their view of personal mobility, and its potential profit centers, they're rolling out battery-powered electric bikes that let drivers park cars in less congested areas and pedal the remaining distances.
2016-02-16
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Engineers are considering a range of electrical power storage devices, including ultracapacitors and even the venerable lead-acid battery, to handle the demands of new vehicle stop-start systems.
2016-02-09
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Carnegie Mellon University and Sikorsky recently participated in a joint autonomy demo that proved the capability of new, ground-air cooperative missions, using a UH-60MU Black Hawk helicopter enabled with Sikorsky's MATRIX autonomy kit and CMU’s Land Tamer unmanned ground 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.
2016-02-02
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Sensata Technologies introduced its smallest micro-fused strain gauge technology for next-generation brake systems especially designed for hybrid and electric vehicles.
2016-02-02
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An automotive platform solution from Renesas Electronics and TTTech provides an electronic control unit development platform for advanced driver assistance systems.
2016-02-02
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24 million cars already have their own wireless connections. But now that most people have smart phones, why would anyone need wireless service in their car? In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Editor-In-Chief Lindsay Brooke looks at three important features of the connected vehicle.  
2016-02-02
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In the IDD, acoustic signals are used to detect exterior damage; the connected vehicle then alerts the driver's smartphone that the vehicle has sustained a dent, scratch, or other harmful hit.
2016-01-29
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Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the University of Tokyo have taken a keen interest in origami, which they believe may soon provide a foundation for antennas that can reconfigure themselves to operate at different frequencies.
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