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Content tagged with Automotive
posted in October 2004
E2E Webcast Probes Hot Motion Control Trends
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Online seminars feature leading-edge ideas
DSPs Go Off-Highway to Control Hydraulics
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Latest chips come with CAN ports and Flash memory
Online On Cars
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Here is a tour of some interesting automotive websites
Event Pushes Collaboration
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Users group to hear from experts
Students Take a Turn at Designing a Better Car
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Challenge X provides software to refine SUV
It is 2005 Already For This Design Team
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Childress Racing gets early start on design regs
Automation Fair
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Design and Win
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Fuel Economy Still Hot
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It is the biggest auto trend. As for safety: Teach drivers
Smart Sensing
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Smart tires may change shape to respond to varying road conditions, thanks to embedded piezoelectric materials that Nader Jalili is developing
Side Impact
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How hard is it to take what you know about front airbags and design a side airbag? It is not easy
New and Notable Product Design
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Six products go wireless with Bluetooth.
The Key to Speed
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Fast turnarounds make injection molding the best prototyping choice for a maker of automotive locksets
Safety Rules the Road
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Vision, LEDS, electronics, and sensors help design engineers improve auto safety




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