SAE Off-Highway Engineering 2005-02-01

SAE Off-Highway Engineering 2005-02-01
    • Undercarriage undergoes overhaul
      Caterpillar believes that a total revamp of its track-type tractors should trim operating costs by 30 to 70%.
    • Machine control
      Off-highway equipment is being dragged along the technology curve toward autonomy.
    • The diesel solution
      SAE 100 Future Look: The future of commercial vehicles is a subject that Navistar International focuses on every day.
    • Emissions regulations uphold 'technological excellence'
      The automotive and transportation industries are some of the most regulated due to the strict emissions requirements in the development of diesel engines, which affect the future of all powertrains.
    • Tomorrow's powertrain technology: 100 years in the making
      SAE 100 Future Look: The SAE's 100th anniversary has all of the engineering community reflecting on past accomplishments, as well as focusing on what will happen in the future.
    • Introducing Ted Robertson, SAE President for 2005
      ASC's product and technology chief made his name at General Motors, but is now putting his mind to work for SAE.