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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in June 2000
These tires serve as sensors
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6/19/2000  Post a comment
Critical information about road conditions and handling performance can be obtained by monitoring tire deformation.
2001 Cadillacs to offer in-car PCs
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Cadillac announced that it will bring the Information Age to the automobile this fall, as it becomes the first production carmaker to incorporate PCs in its new models.
Engineers opt for systems, motion supplier says
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6/19/2000  Post a comment
To meet demand for linear motion systems, HEPCO is partnering with Bishop Wisecarver Corp. to provide a wide range of linear motion systems.
Sensors make wipers hands-free
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6/19/2000  Post a comment
Starting with model year 2002, a new generation of automatic rain sensors will turn on windshield wipers in luxury and family vehicles.
A new twist in bearing design
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6/19/2000  Post a comment
The way design engineer Dave Kayser figures it, he would have paid more for the mounting block to retain a needle bearing than he would have paid for the bearing itself in a new machine he
Software finds, organizes engineering information
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Phillip George is a man on a seemingly impossible mission. His mission is helping engineers overcome information overload.
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