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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in January 2008
USC Researchers Use Analysis, Simulation Software to Model Tsunami Behavior
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1/29/2008  Post a comment
Researchers are using modeling techniques, simulation software to visualize possible tsunami activity in the Indian Ocean
PTC Launches Wildfire 4.0 Upgrade
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1/18/2008  Post a comment
Mechatronics, digital rights management modules headline new CAD release
Design Flaw Identified in Minnesota Bridge Collapse
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1/15/2008  Post a comment
A serious error in sizing parts of the I-35W bridge may have lead to the deadly collapse last year
DEWE 3208Industrial LaptopFeatures Three PCI Slots
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1/10/2008  Post a comment
New industrial-grade laptop features three PCI slots
Microsoft Publishes Kids' Book about Home Servers
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1/9/2008  Post a comment
Servers go in houses, book explains
SolidWorks Labs Approaches One Year
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1/9/2008  Post a comment
The R&D site continues to add applications
Microsoft System Calls 9-1-1 When Airbag Deploys
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1/8/2008  Post a comment
System is built atop Ford Sync and Microsoft Auto
Military Broadens Use of Virtual Reality
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1/7/2008  Post a comment
The military’s use of VR touches applications in training, product development and command and control platforms
DARPA Race’s Robot Cars Could Benefit Soldiers and Civilians Alike
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DARPA’s Urban Challenge highlights how the progress in robot technologies could improve driver assistance systems in passenger cars and trucks
Manufacturing Improvements with 3-D Simulation
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Simulation tools lead to advancements in quality and safety




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