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Content tagged with Automotive
posted in August 2008
Detroit Slow to Add Eco-Features, Study Says
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Sudden rise in gas prices caught American automakers off guard
Electronics Module Could Bring Tolling to All Roads
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Unit combines GPS and GSM communications
New Medical Designs Power Metal Injection Molding
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8/25/2008  1 comment
Parmatech gear cuts costs 70 percent compared to machined metal
Mechatronics 2.0 Conference and Expo in Detroit Sept. 9
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8/21/2008  Post a comment
Free all-day conference will help engineers tackle automotive mechatronic problems
The Highs and Lows of Automotive Power Management
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8/11/2008  Post a comment
Hybrids require higher voltages, ignition off requires lower current
General Motors R&D Chief Larry Burns Sees 'Electric Drive' across Product Line
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GM's Larry Burns is in the hot seat to develop vehicles that run on renewable energy
New Media Center Stops 'Blue Screen of Death'
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Using Neutrino operating system, Harman Kardon media server delivers reliability of a high-end router




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