Truck & Off-Highway Engineering

June 2020

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IN THIS ISSUE:

Embedded systems help drive autonomy forward

Kontron provides high-end knowledge for image processing, analysis with fewer control modules.

Open approach to propulsion

Deutz CEO sees combination of sustainable-fuel combustion engines and electric drive systems powering the off-highway market.

Increasing connectivity, leveraging intelligence

Parker Hannifin expert discusses IoT for mobile equipment and moving beyond standard telematics by integrating systems controllers and smart components.

Cummins, Tula test ‘dynamic’ cylinder deactivation

Tula’s Dynamic Skip Fire technology already used in light-duty gasoline engines shows potential in heavy-duty diesels to significantly reduce NOx emissions.

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Truck & Off-Highway Engineering, SAE’s industry-leading magazine for the commercial vehicle market, is a leader in delivering informative, relevant technical information. Published six times annually, Truck & Off-Highway Engineering, focuses on key off-highway sectors and technologies; commercial trucks and buses; and defense and specialty vehicles.
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