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Vibration damper
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Grounding device
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Riegl's LMS-Z420
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Tactile switch
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Rain Sensor
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Linking Cars and Consumers
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Automakers strive to link consumer electronics to cars
POWER OVER ETHERNET
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Power supplies
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Adding New Functionality
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Number of sensors in vehicles could increase significantly by 2012
Mounting option
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Bio-additive
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Long bore cylinders
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Vacuum pumps
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Composite Decisions
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How do Airbus engineers decide which materials to use? They let the best materials compete against one another.
Hydraulic hose
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SATELLITE NETWORK
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