Content tagged with Automotive
posted in July 2011
How Do We Engineer Autos for 54.5 MPG?
Wolfe's Den 7/29/2011
Lighter automotive materials and hybrid engines are two engineering approaches towards meeting the Obama administration's goal of 54.5 mpg CAFE standards for automakers by 2025.
Design Tool Sector Soars
CAD/CAM Corner 7/27/2011
The product lifecycle management (PLM) and design tool sector has returned to peak growth levels, according to a new CIMdata report.
Embedded Multicore Goes Mainstream
Multicore designs of four or more processors on a single chip are cheap enough for embedded and industrial applications, but not all multicore processors are appropriate for the task.
Local Motors Shifts Crowd-Sourcing Into High Gear
CAD/CAM Corner 7/21/2011
Billing itself as an open-source car company, Local Motors is challenging the traditional automotive design paradigm with a new model that leverages the collective design power of a community to "co-create" limited-run vehicles.
Old Tires & Soy Seed Ford's Gaskets
Engineering Materials 7/20/2011
Ford continues its leadership in development of natural automotive materials with use of recycled tires and soy oil to make seals and engine gaskets.
NHTSA Wants Hybrids & EVs to Be Louder
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) plans to propose regulations that would call on manufacturers of electric cars and hybrids to add special sounds to their vehicles to make them safer for pedestrians.
Terrafugia Transition Inches Closer to Flight
CAD/CAM Corner 7/18/2011
The so-called flying car reached another milestone, having been granted key exemptions by government safety agencies that were critical due to the engineering challenges around a dual-purpose design.
A panel on cybersecurity at ARM TechCon called for regulations to protect the security of connected devices.
Do you wear your ugly Christmas sweater while fighting zombies, or simply chill in front of your homemade entertainment center while your automated cat feeder keeps your feline friend at bay? Whatever you prefer, one of the following gadgets is sure to get your DIY motor running.
The design of products has been altered altogether through 3D printing. Parts that couldn’t be produced at all before 3D printing came along are often superior to conventionally produced parts.
Marine mussels and their interaction with the ocean environment has inspired a breakthrough in developing a nontoxic coating for organic electronic components that also could speed up the manufacturing process.
The Innovation Challenge Awards had one run-away winner at ARM TechCon 2016. Of the six awards presented, one company walked away with four.
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