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posted in September 2008
Lear Stops Whiplash with Dynamic Head Restraint
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9/30/2008  Post a comment
Lear uses custom system to meet new U.S. and European standards
Engineers Will Still Be Needed
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9/22/2008  Post a comment
Because the U.S. has higher birth rates than Germany or Japan, competitors will put facilities here
Designing and Testing Autonomous Automobiles
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9/22/2008  Post a comment
UAVs provide increased safety and flight time at a reduced cost
Mechatronics 2.0: Redesigning the Motor City with Mechatronics
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9/22/2008  Post a comment
As the auto industry falls, out of the rubble mechatronics rises, possibly becoming the key to the area's redevelopment
MEMS Price to Fall As Production Rises
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9/22/2008  Post a comment
New breed of MEMS sensors could enable integration of more safety features
Electric Steering That Feels Right
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9/22/2008  Post a comment
Danaher's steer-by-wire system relies on a unique torquefeedback device that simulates the feel of conventional steering
GM Rolls out Volt, Continues Work on Battery
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9/16/2008  Post a comment
Engineers using accelerated life tests to test lithium-ion battery packs
Thinking Beyond the Automobile
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9/11/2008  Post a comment
Tom Watson, vice president of light vehicle systems at ArvinMeritor and former lead engineer of the Ford Hybrid Escape rides the mechatronic EasyGlider, an electric scooter that reportedly weighs and costs less than the Segway.
2011 Chevy Volt Production Photos Leaked
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9/9/2008  Post a comment
First production photos of the 2011 Chevy Volt electric car vary significantly from those familiar concept car images
Machine Tools Talk Amongst Themselves at IMTS
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9/8/2008  Post a comment
A new open-source communication standard called MTConnect allows machine tools and other types of equipment to share process data without the need for proprietary software




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