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2014-04-17
Delphi launches a comprehensive diesel particulate filter (DPF) program that includes a retrofit aftertreatment system and cleaning process.
Article
2014-04-15
Cybersecurity was a red-hot discussion topic at the SAE 2014 World Congress as digital components and car-to-cloud communications become an ever-growing part of the vehicle package.
Article
2014-02-17
The four-year, $15 million development program with UW-Madison and Wayne State University aims to achieve diesel levels of efficiency and torque, with lower emissions and cost—in an advanced gasoline-fueled engine.
Article
2014-02-03
How are heavy-duty diesel fuel systems likely to evolve in Europe, now that Euro-VI, the tightest yet emissions regulations applied to heavy trucks and buses in the European Union, have come into force for all new vehicles? Delphi's Heavy-Duty Diesel Systems Engineering Director, David Draper, offers his insights.
Article
2013-10-28
Lower emissions and component mass are on the front burner at Delphi's new advanced diesel technology center in Luxembourg.
Article
2013-07-02
Partitioned evaporator and heater cores, unique case airflow pattern, and in-dash welded ductwork aid packaging and eliminate the need for rear HVAC in the three-row crossover vehicle. Performance is claimed to be equal to the previous dual HVAC. The system was developed at Honda R&D Americas and is supplied by Delphi.
Article
2013-06-14
Enhanced safety systems are getting more sophisticated, prompting many design teams to start monitoring drivers to help determine what actions should be taken. The ability to watch drivers will play a role in the transition to autonomous driving.
Article
2013-06-14
Active safety systems rely on input from a number of on-board sensors to monitor driving conditions and watch for situations that may cause accidents. A number of design teams are beginning to consider external inputs as a way to augment these sensors or even replace some of them.
Article
2013-04-16
As powertrain engineers race to improve mileage by about 50% over the next decade, linking many sensors and controllers together so they operate in coordination shines the spotlight on the networks that provide these links. Though bandwidth requirements will soar, the ubiquitous CAN network should meet powertrain requirements for several years.
Article
2012-09-07
Audible, tactile, and/or visual driver warnings can be provided in Delphi's lane-departure warning system.
Article
2012-08-20
Delphi’s diesel exhaust emissions sensor portfolio includes its ammonia sensor and a new particulate matter (PM) sensor.
Article
2012-06-27
Inductive power-transfer coils—in the roadbed and on board—could help unleash EV use in the U.S., so the government is spurring wireless charging development.
Article
2012-06-25
EuroNCAP says that from 2014, new cars in Europe will almost certainly need to be equipped with autonomous emergency braking (AEB) to gain a 5-star safety rating. From November 2013, the European Type Approval of new commercial vehicles will require AEB to be fitted.
Article
2012-06-18
With the goal of reducing the amount of energy consumed in manufacturing and creating high-quality jobs on American soil, the U.S. Department of Energy has awarded more than $54 million in grants to companies in automotive and other industries for special energy-saving projects.
Article
2012-05-31
Among the technologies company engineers are working on are wireless charging of electronic devices and electric vehicle batteries.
Article
2012-05-15
Idle-stop may add to city fuel economy and is eligible for 2.9 g/mi carbon credits, so it is starting to appear as a U.S. option. Need for A/C operation leads to evaluation of evaporators with thermal storage in waxes. Delphi promises U.S. OE installation for 2015, following low-volume Behr system in European BMW 7 Series.
Article
2012-04-30
U. S. roads could become a web of vehicles communicating with each other automatically by 2025, bringing about improvements in safety and congestion.
Article
2012-04-24
With continuing pressure to increase fuel economy with ever lower emissions, industry specialists and researchers presented key findings in new, combustion schemes and research.
Article
2012-03-16
As smart phones become a mainstay in the strategies throughout the infotainment industry, suppliers are racing to create techniques that let drivers use apps safely. This effort works on two levels: minimizing distraction and ensuring that apps don’t carry viruses that impact the vehicle.
Article
2012-02-20
The number of communication channels coming into vehicles is growing as digital radio expands and automakers show more interest in vehicle-to-vehicle communications. That’s sparking more interest in software defined radio (SDR), which uses a single chipset to handle all these inputs.
Article
2011-11-17
The trend to independent shops reflects the aging of car fleets, independents' improved access to OE service information and real-world “fix” data, plus a lower operating cost structure. Dealers counter with “quick service” lanes and older-car service discounts, but some prefer finding profit in selling parts and discounted reflashing of modules to independents.
Article
2011-11-01
RACam combines radar with a camera system and processing capability, with its fusion of data enabling a suite of active safety systems including adaptive cruise control with stop-start and autonomous braking, headlamp control, traffic-sign recognition, and pedestrian detection also with autonomous braking.
Article
2011-10-10
Delphi is developing an SCR dosing system scheduled for production in 2014 and will also introduce an ammonia sensor in 2012 to control the level of ammonia present in the exhaust as a consequence of using urea dosing in the SCR systems.
Article
2011-06-01
U.S. EPA five-cycle tests for fuel economy encourage stop-start systems, but loss of air-conditioning operation may be unacceptable.
Article
2011-04-18
Regardless of what legislators and safety experts say, motorists are going to divide their behind-the-wheel time between driving and searching for MP3 tunes, talking on cell phones, and texting. It’s up to automotive engineers to come up with techniques that let drivers safely do the things they want to do.
Article
2011-03-25
The EPT-350 series of inverter/motor testers, to be on display at the SAE 2011 World Congress, is believed to be the first test platform built for the testing of inverters for a dual-mode hybrid vehicle.
Article
2011-03-23
2:15 p.m. Wednesday March 23, Indianapolis: This morning’s session was full of useful takeaways. It kicked off with a panel that outlined the technical issues driving e-motor development. David Fulton, Director of Advanced Engineering at Remy Inc., laid out the pros and cons of the three main types of electric machine used in autos—induction (IM), permanent magnet (PM), and switched reluctance (SR).
Article
2011-03-21
The move to hybrid powertrains adds a new level of complexity to powertrain development, forcing engineers to control the electric components and mesh them seamlessly with an internal-combustion engine. ICE and electric systems are now managed by dedicated controllers, and there’s little plan to integrate them in the near term.
Article
2011-01-24
European regulations on solder are causing engineers to take another look at lead-free solder.
Article
2010-11-07
Changing how smart phones are used inside a car could obsolete certain in-vehicle electronics and data storage units as early as 2015, according to a Delphi executive.
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