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Charles Murray
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posted in May 2012

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LED Streetlights Have Bright Future
5/30/2012  21 comments
Cree Inc. is marketing a series of lights designed to compete directly with products that use sodium vapor technology.
MCU Market Boosted by Driver Aid Features
5/29/2012  22 comments
A study predicts rapid growth in the automotive driver assistance market. This will be good news for microcontroller providers.
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Indy Aerodynamics the Difference Between Victory & Defeat
5/24/2012  29 comments
At this year's Indy 500, team engineers will be focusing on the airflow of their race cars, not just the engines.
Indy 500 Drivers Sweat the Tech Details
5/18/2012  16 comments
This year, when Indy teams search for a competitive edge on the track, they're going to have to dig deeper into the mechanical aspects of the car than ever before in the history of the race.
Why Is EV Battery Development So Hard?
Automotive News 
5/17/2012  39 comments
Why aren't we getting better performance out of the current crop of EV batteries? The answer is simple. Battery development is hard, slow work.
Comment:Re: 3D fun - Charles Murray-5/16/2012
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Smart Meters Create Opportunity for Electronics Suppliers
Electronics News 
5/14/2012  29 comments
A dramatic increase in demand for smart meters is going to create a big growth opportunity for makers of embedded electronic products.
Indy Engines Still Pack a 700HP Punch
5/11/2012  39 comments
This year, when the Indy cars line up in the grid, they'll be using engines with less displacement than that in a Volkswagen Golf or a Toyota Camry.
Comment:Cylinder - Charles Murray-5/10/2012
Video: Football Helmet Airbags Target Concussion Issues
5/10/2012  44 comments
A startup company in Colorado wants to take the concept of the smart football helmet a step further by enabling it to pop open dozens of tiny airbags and cushion the blow of a hard hit to the head.
NHTSA to Brake Unintended Acceleration
Automotive News 
5/9/2012  61 comments
The debate over unintended acceleration, having lingered around the periphery of the auto industry for more than two decades, may be about to receive a fatal blow.
Slideshow: Smarter Cars Paving Road to Intelligent Highways
Electronics News 
5/8/2012  44 comments
Experts say that the intelligent highway will save more lives than seat belts, airbags, and electronic stability control. For sheer lifesaving capacity, nothing in the history of the auto industry will come close to it.
At Indy 500, Rules Make It Tough to Gain Competitive Edge
5/7/2012  17 comments
A miniscule engineering adjustment may make all the difference at this month's Indianapolis 500.
Slideshow: Long Beach Grand Prix
5/2/2012  12 comments
More than 200,000 spectators lined the downtown streets of Long Beach, Calif., in April as 26 drivers battled for dominance in the 2012 IndyCar circuit.
Comment:Re: EV's - Charles Murray-5/1/2012

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