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Content tagged with Automotive
posted in October 2001
Safe, secure, convenient
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Technology protects cars from theft, while giving owners safety and comfort features
Ford defends its title
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In our annual auto survey, readers pick safety and price over speed and gadgets
Plastics will survive high-volt jolt
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42V systems may require some materials changes-but nothing too shocking
Baby Jaguar blends technology and tradition
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Engineers turn to driveline details, new bearings, and fiber optics to fashion a competitive cat
Lean burn lives!
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Coupling a 42V ignition with flow field
Non-contacting sensor measures steering angle and force
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Transceiver and DSP technology for position sensing reduce size, weight, and power consumption
The target: Electronics 'sweet spot'
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The promise of greater power and its more efficient distribution requires component redesign and attention to potential arcing
Flex sensor mat to aid smart airbags
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Pressure sensors and vision systems will likely be used to meet wide ranging safety needs




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