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Content posted in May 2001
Foreign markets challenge U.S. engineers
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From time zones and currency exchanges to electric current and metric units, international markets make domestic designers think twice
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Joint Strike Fighter gains through global collaboration
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Boeing engineers prototype aircraft with a little help from its friends worldwide
Deere, Hogs, and International Design
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Although John Deere construction and forestry equipment and Harley-Davidson HOGS (motorcycles) are very familiar in the U.S., introducing them and other products into foreign lands presents engineers with tremendous design challenges
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Ethernet reaches beyond the bulkhead
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Hardened field-interface components take Ethernet from the enclosure onto factory equipment
Ease the jump over global design hurdles
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Doing homework allows designers to use in-house and out-sourced expertise to meet challenges and opportunities
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Made In Everywhere
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There are few purely American, European, or Asian products any more. Engineers are increasingly designing for global markets
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Dimensions on demand
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Embedded technology enhances portable 3D-measurement technology for racing, aerospace, and manufacturing applications
Ferrari designs a winner
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In-house know how in engines, aerodynamics, and chassis, along with help from technology partners, enables the legendary automotive builder to fashion a top Formula One contender
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The complex motion of standing still
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Hydraulics, sensors, and human modeling data-unified by proprietary software-may help diagnose degenerative neuromuscular conditions
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Servos key to managing multiple motions
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A 3-axis robotic palletizer performs complex pick-and-place operations
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