Content tagged with Automotive
posted in January 2009
The Future of MEMS
1/29/2009  Post a comment
The venerable motion sensors and actuators push beyond their initial industry strongholds
GM Forges ahead with Volt Despite Money Problems
1/28/2009  Post a comment
Engineers select forged aluminum wheels to reduce vehicle weight
Automotive Engineering Still Shines in Detroit
1/28/2009  Post a comment
The crossover Ford Flex is one example of how American engineers continue to innovate
Sakor Rolls out Tester for Hybrid Vehicle Batteries
1/21/2009  Post a comment
Designed for the high voltages and variable loads of hybrid cars
Gasoline's Dismal Future
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1/15/2009  Post a comment
GM Selects LG Chem to Build Volt Batteries
1/13/2009  Post a comment
Decision ends two-year manufacturer selection process
The Vision for New Products
1/5/2009  Post a comment
Imaging sensors provide new functionality for many applications
Faster Processors Pave Way for Vision, 3-D TV
1/5/2009  Post a comment
Multi-core microcontrollers and DSPs will boost vehicle safety, improve entertainment
A Smoother Ride Ahead
1/4/2009  Post a comment
Electronically controlled air suspension systems now available for passenger cars

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