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2008-06-10
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The pace of research into low-carbon technology is growing, with significant financial inputs by governments. In the U.K., sixteen low-carbon vehicle-development projects are being funded by the Government's Technology Strategy Board.
2008-07-11
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OPUS A5 is the latest addition to Wachendorff Elektronik’s OPUS product family.
2008-06-09
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Work by the Innovatial project, which is supported by the European Commission through the Sixth Framework Program for Research and Development, involves 24 high-profile European partners in the automotive and aerospace sectors focused on developing innovative processes and materials for components such as diesel injection.
2008-07-11
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Designed to provide key data for automated steering, stability, and vehicle controls in a variety of agricultural, construction, and material-handling equipment applications, Honeywell provides the HG1171 series six-degrees-of-freedom inertial measurement unit sensor.
2008-07-11
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C&K Components offers a versatile silent detect switch with a variety of orientations for increased design flexibility.
2008-07-11
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Part of AMETEK’s NGI vehicular instrumentation system, CAN-Communicator (C-COM) is a compact 2-in graphic display module.
2008-07-11
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Sure Power's family of dc/dc converters and battery equalizers is designed for 24-V vehicle applications.
2008-07-08
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Because of its performance and flexibility, the Inter Control digsy mobile turbo controller (MTC) process and communication controller is suitable for use in various mobile applications with a need for mathematical calculations in real time.
2008-07-11
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Programmable vertical Hall-effect technology used by Piher is only sensitive to the flux density coplanar with the integrated-circuit surface enabling low-cost contactless sensors to be manufactured for extreme enviroments.
2008-07-11
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Carling’s multiplex solutions feature the sending of simultaneous multiple parallel digital signals or information streams on a carrier in the form of a single, complex signal, and then recovering those separate signals at the receiving end.
2008-06-19
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Mack Trucks is beefing up its engine line with the MP10 engine, a big-block diesel with up to 605 hp (451 kW). It is the most powerful engine Mack has produced.
2008-06-19
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The Construction and Forestry Division of John Deere is employing model-based design on several 2008 production programs, including a crawler tractor program. One hundred percent of the application code is automatically generated using The MathWorks’ Real-Time Workshop embedded coder.
2008-06-19
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Celebrating its 25th year of operation, ASV Inc. unveiled its newly enhanced PT-Series rubber-track loaders during ConExpo 2008, continuing the evolution that began in 1983 when the company first introduced its rubber-tracked machinery.
2008-06-19
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Cooled EGR is the key technology John Deere Power Systems will carry over for meeting the Interim Tier 4 (IT4)/Stage III B off-highway emissions regulations set to begin in 2011 for engines 130 kW (174 hp) and above. By increasing the flow of exhaust gases by almost double what they were with Tier 3, JDPS says they will achieve the 50% reduction in NOx gases needed for its engines to meet the new regulations.
2008-06-19
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A new counterweight technology is being deployed on a 2300-t (2535-ton) crawler crane that Manitowoc Co. plans to begin shipping in 2010. The new balancing technique reduces the amount of ground that needs to be prepared for the crane’s operation.
2008-06-19
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The number of electronic elements on today’s vehicles is soaring, and operators are being challenged to manage the many functions they bring. Bosch Rexroth is addressing each of these trends with controllers that offer high I/O counts and advanced graphics capabilities.
2008-06-19
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QinetiQ operates a variety of test and evaluation facilities across the U.K. that offer life-cycle system analyses to increase equipment reliability and durability. Such facilities include electromagnetic compatibility chambers; various real-time simulators; test and vibration rigs; land, sea, and air test and evaluation ranges; a suite of human physiology testing facilities; and specialist materials and physical testing capabilities.
2008-06-19
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Compact Power Inc. unveiled its new 700 Series compact utility loaders—including the 726DT, 732DT, and 749DT models—during ConExpo 2008. Targeting the construction, landscaping, utility, and rental markets, the new series—part of the company’s Boxer line—features hydrostatic transmission, a telescopic arm, and low ground pressure.
2008-06-10
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PSA’s R&D Director, Pascal Henault, talks about super-efficient new powertrains in development, and the challenge of an OEM doing niche vehicles.
2008-06-09
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The Tau V8 engine powering Hyundai’s Genesis sedan is the first in a family of “premium” engines up to 5.5 L.
2008-06-09
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“World firsts” are rife in the automotive industry and BMW M has come up with another, claiming the accolade for its new seven-speed double-clutch gearbox (M DCT) with Drivelogic control.
2008-06-10
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Reinert, that is. And he has not yet joined the plug-in-electric bandwagon.
2008-07-10
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Caterpillar offers undercarriage systems to propel machinery over various terrains and through operational challenges.
2008-07-08
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Undercarriage propel systems from Caterpillar provide hydraulic power and electronic controls for track motion control and were designed for improved performance when integrated with the company’s undercarriage models.
2008-07-08
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Capable of monitoring various filters, Filter Minder’s variable output pressure sensors provide an output proportional to filter restriction and can monitor vacuum, pressure, and differential pressures.
2008-06-17
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If only vehicles could run off the steam being created by the fevered reaction of consumers to high fuel prices. For now, though, the spotlight is on ethanol and other altern­ative fuel choices.
2008-06-19
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The designers of a diesel-electric locomotive that Vossloh Locomotives debuted in 2007 reduced the chassis weight by 25% by using high-strength steels. The result is a locomotive that the company says provides better transport economics, more evenly distributed axle loads with lower wear of the rails, and better protection for the driver, due to improved deformation properties in the event of a crash.
2008-06-19
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The TAD1650VE diesel engine from Volvo Penta is based on the company’s 9- and 12-L engines. The engine features Volvo Advanced Combustion Technology (V-ACT), which includes a flexible high-pressure fuel-injection system, an air management system with internal exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), and an enhanced electronic controller.
2008-06-19
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Danaher Motion’s Torque Feedback Device combines tactile and position or velocity feedback with a steering wheel interface in a compact, IP66 rated package. This combination allows designers of electronic vehicle systems, personal mobility equipment, and other off-highway equipment to deliver the performance and maintenance benefits of electric or steer-by-wire systems, with the tactile response of a hydraulic system.
2008-06-19
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Hydraulics may not seem to be at the forefront of the green movement, but the transition from fossil fuels to alternative power sources is creating many challenges for hydraulics companies. Evidencing the uncertainty that’s arising during this changeover, some equipment makers are looking at hydraulic technology as an alternative to electric-motor hybrids, while some hydraulic vendors are looking at electric motors.
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