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Content posted in October 2008
Electronic Train Management System in Action
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10/20/2008  Post a comment
ETMS is a pilot program that integrates new technology with existing train control and operating systems to provide a safety overlay.
Syncing Music and Fireworks
Gadget Freak 
10/19/2008  Post a comment
Advanced AC Drives Coming Soon
DNTV 
10/8/2008  Post a comment
Yaskawa is poised to bring its matrix converter technology to the North America for the first time.
BigBelly Takes A Bite out of Trash
DNTV 
10/7/2008  4 comments
Operating solely off of solar energy, the Big Belly trash compactor holds up to five times the volume of ordinary trash receptacles.
Obama Representative Jason Grumet in Energy Debate
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10/6/2008  Post a comment
Energy representatives for presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama met at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to debate their candidates’ policies on energy supply, security and alternative fuels.
McCain Representative R. James Woolsey in Energy Debate
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10/6/2008  Post a comment
Energy advisors for presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama met at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, MA to debate their candidates’ energy policies on issues including supply, security and alternative fuels.
Gadget Keeps Suspension Even
Gadget Freak 
10/5/2008  Post a comment
New Compensation Method Improves Machine Tool Accuracy
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10/5/2008  Post a comment
Siemens Energy & Automation has developed a new volumetric compensation system that battles the thermal and geometric errors that can plague even the best machine tools.
New Compensation Method Improves Machine Tool Accuracy
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10/5/2008  Post a comment
Siemens Energy & Automation has developed a new volumetric compensation system that battles the thermal and geometric errors that can plague even the best machine tools.




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