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With 3D, Seeing Without a Hangover Is Believing
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TDVision pushes out suite of new 3D products
Itís the Luggage that Flies at Siemensí Mock Airport
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Siemens opens a mock airport in Germany to showcase the latest in automation systems for high-speed baggage handling, passenger screening and more
Mercredes-BenzCompletes Eco-Drive from Paris to Beijing
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36 Mercedes-Benz E-Class cars complete a 9,000 mile transcontinental drive to Beijing.
Testing Positions to 4 Millionths of An Inch
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Air-bearing stages and high-resolution scales drive extreme accuracy and repeatability
Processor Family Aims to 'Future-Proof' Autos
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Incorporates peripherals to plug-in of external handheld devices such as cameras, MP3 players and digital radios in autos
Exa Upgrades CFD Software, Adds Two Tools
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Heat transfer, conduction simulation tools provide more functions in a single environment




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