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Bevel box design is a step up with upgraded sealing capabilities

Bevel box design is a step up with upgraded sealing capabilities
Launching a next-generation of bevel boxes for commercial vehicles, Coventry-based system specialist, Pailton Engineering is developing this generation, three design, as a step up from previous generations, with reduced torque characteristics and upgraded sealing capabilities. As this bevel box is equipped to handle extreme conditions, this product launch will benefit the military, bus, coach and construction sectors, which all rely on robust steering systems.  
27th April 2017

Sound processor performs volume adjustment & audio mixing

Sound processor performs volume adjustment & audio mixing
ROHM has recently announced the availability of a sound processor capable of high resolution audio playback that performs volume adjustment and audio mixing for car audio and navigation systems requiring high sound quality. In recent years the proliferation of quieter cabins and higher resolution sound sources resulting from the introduction of EVs and PHVs has increased demand for more accurate audio representation – even in the car audio sector.
26th April 2017

Formula E team prepares for tough race in Mexico

Formula E team prepares for tough race in Mexico
  The Mouser-sponsored Faraday Future Dragon Racing team is preparing for the fourth leg of the 2017 Formula E championship series set for April 1st in Mexico City.
29th March 2017


European project aims to reduce climate impact of HDVs

European project aims to reduce climate impact of HDVs
  A European project, optiTruck, focusing on reducing the impact of Heavy-Duty Vehicles (HDV) on greenhouse gas emission kicked off its activities in September 2016. 
23rd December 2016

E-Steering offers efficiency in commercial vehicle applications

E-Steering offers efficiency in commercial vehicle applications
  Now offering complete E-Steering solutions to the commercial vehicle market, Parker Hannifin can work with bus, coach and truck OEMs to develop complete, easy-to-install pre-wired systems featuring Parker’s Electro-Hydraulic Pump (EHP) technology at their core.
6th December 2016

Live test featuring truck and paraglider to be premiered

Live test featuring truck and paraglider to be premiered
A paraglider and a Volvo FH are about to go on a breath-taking journey in Volvo Trucks’ Live Test - ‘The Flying Passenger’. The truck needs to keep the paraglider in the air while giving it a lift uphill, on winding mountain roads, so to succeed the truck must maintain speed. ‘The Flying Passenger’ will premiere on November 29th on Volvo Trucks’ digital platforms.
24th November 2016

ECUs miniaturised for deployment in extreme environments

ECUs miniaturised for deployment in extreme environments
The AEC-Q100 Grade-0 op amps and comparators in the space-saving MiniSO8 package, giving automotive designers twice the freedom to miniaturise ECUs deployed in the most extreme temperature environments and safety-critical systems has been introduced by STMicroelectronics.
30th September 2016

Diesel engine development sees collaboration of Ricardo and Quanchai

An agreement between Ricardo and Anhui Quanchai Engine has been signed to support the development of a new generation common rail diesel engine platform for commercial applications.
31st August 2016

"Ultimate" project to produce ultra-efficient aero engines

"Ultimate" project to produce ultra-efficient aero engines
The EU is investing over EUR 3 million in innovative aero-engine technologies in the three-year "Ultimate" project, short for "Ultra Low emission Technology Innovations for Mid-century Aircraft Turbine Engines". The project targets radical concepts for new aero engines, in line with the EU's long-term emissions reduction target for 2050. The project is being presented at a conference in South Korea.
13th June 2016

Technique enhances the control of self-driving vehicles

Technique enhances the control of self-driving vehicles
A Georgia Institute of Technology research team has devised a novel way to help keep a driverless vehicle under control as it maneuvers at the edge of its handling limits. The approach could help make self-driving cars of the future safer under hazardous road conditions. Researchers from Georgia Tech's Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering (AE) and the School of Interactive Computing (IC) have assessed the technology by racing, sliding, and jumping one-fifth-scale, fully autonomous auto-rally cars at the equivalent of 90 mph.
24th May 2016


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