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Delphi to provide communications link for Caterpillar   Print  
Delphi will supply telematics transceivers to Caterpillar which enable two-way data flow to help reduce operation costs and improve productivity. Friday, 30th January 2009

Delphi’s Telematics enables two-way data flow to help reduce operation costs and
improve productivity

TROY, Mich. — Delphi Corporation (PINKSHEETS: DPHIQ) announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Caterpillar, Inc. (NYSE: CAT) to supply telematics transceivers for heavy construction machinery starting in 2010. Delphi’s telematics technology will help connect worksites with a web application using machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. M2M communications will give users a convenient way to track, monitor and manage machinery at remote sites. It will also help reduce costs and increase efficiency at these operations.


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Allison Transmission Breaks Ground on New Chennai Operations Facility   Print  
Artist rendition of Chennai facility. Thursday, 29th January 2009

New plant will help Allison expand its global reach, better serve its Indian OEM’s and other international customers

CHENNAI, INDIA, January 28 – Allison Transmission, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of commercial duty fully automatic transmissions and hybrid propulsion systems, broke ground today on a new India facility designed to meet the growing global demand for Allison automatic transmissions. 


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Delphi extends glow plug range   Print  
 Delphi has expanded its glow plug range to include an additional eight references. Thursday, 15th January 2009

Warwick, UK — Delphi, a leading global diesel specialist, has announced an expansion of its diesel aftermarket glow plug range to provide parts that meet the increasing demand for diesel components across the aftermarket.

The expanded Delphi Diesel Aftermarket glow plug range includes eight additional references, with coverage for the Citroën Berlingo and C3, Peugeot 207 and 307 1.6HDI; Mazda 626 Mk V and 323 F/P Mk VI; Hyundai H1 Box; Kia Sorento; Fiat Croma, Doblo, Stilo and Ducato; Ssangyong Rexton, Rodius and Kyron; Chrysler 300 C; and Mercedes Benz A, B, C, E, M and R Class.


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Skiers cut accident risk by driving abroad on safe tyres   Print  
When setting off on a skiing trip, motorists should take care to adjust the tyre pressure to support the weight of heavy skiing equipment and extra passengers Thursday, 15th January 2009

When heading to European skiing destinations, motorists should ensure they use correctly inflated tyres with sufficient tread depth to perform on icy, snow-covered roads

British skiers driving to Europe can significantly reduce the risk of an accident by making sure their tyres are safe to tackle sub-zero weather conditions. During the 2007-08 season, over 175,000 skiers travelled to their holiday destination by car. Skiers risk an abrupt end to their trip if driving heavily laden cars with incorrect tyre pressures or low tread depth on icy, snow-covered roads.


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Karl Ludvigsen wins prestigious award for automotive technology journalism   Print  
Karl Ludvigsen collects his Guild of Motoring Writers award for Automotive Technology Journalism from Richard Gotch, managing director, Market Engineering.  Picture by Geoff Bloxham Tuesday, 13th January 2009

Author recognised for outstanding writing on Porsche engineering
Special commendation for Charles Armstrong-Wilson

Suffolk based historian and author Karl Ludvigsen has won the Market Engineering Award for Automotive Technology Journalism, presented by the Guild of Motoring Writers during its annual dinner at the Royal Automobile Club in London. The award recognises excellence in writing interesting and insightful articles on automotive technology that will be enjoyed equally by specialists and non-specialists alike and is the only major prize of its type in the UK.


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Legendary designer chooses resilient and flexible ARPRO? for Design Show   Print  
Ron Arad, the designer and architect, has chosen ARPRO? for his design show, ?No Discipline?. Thursday, 8th January 2009

Paris exhibit uses ARPRO for concepts display

Ron Arad, the designer and architect, has chosen ARPRO® for his design show, ‘No Discipline’. The show required functional ‘eyeballs’ to hold and angle digital picture frames towards the viewer, with ARPRO being selected for its flexibility in this challenging task.

“For ‘No Discipline’, we want our portfolio retrospective of 2D concept work on display, and digital photo frames would be the ideal format for this,” explains Ron Arad, founder of Ron Arad Associates. "As the main display is made up of a wall of tubes, we decided on an eyeball design to contain the frames and sit within the tube. The design had to be light and robust enough to hold the picture frame in place.”


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Rugged new High Density connector solves packaging issues for motorsport   Print  
The new high density power connector offers 43 contacts within a size 12 shell and is a lightweight solution to connecting power and signal lines within space-critical areas. Thursday, 8th January 2009

NEC, Birmingham, 8-9th January, 2009. Hall 19 Stand E1340

Ease of assembly and excellent vibration performance for highest density connector

A harsh environment connector that packages almost twice the number of contacts has been announced by Interconnect specialist, Souriau. Designed for the toughest motorsport environments and with the functionality requirements of race and rally engineers firmly in mind, the market’s highest density connector – offering 43 contacts within a size 12 shell – is a lightweight solution to connecting power and signal lines within space-critical areas.


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Cool ceramic coating eliminates air locks in fuel tank   Print  
Cooling effect of Zircotec?s thermal barrier prevents air locks to increase tank capacity by 16 litres. Thursday, 8th January 2009

Cooling effect of Zircotec’s thermal barrier prevents air locks to increase tank capacity by 16 litres

A thermal barrier ceramic coating used on a Honda Civic race car has allowed its team to realise the true capacity of its petrol tank, helping it achieve a best ever 6th place in the Britcar 24 hour race. Using Zircotec’s exhaust coating permitted the team to fill the car with an extra 16 litres of fuel per stop. This in turn, allowed the car to run for an incredible three hours between stints, resulting in a class win and be the first front wheel drive car home.


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ARPRO? improves impact resistance in motorsport   Print  
Createc uses ARPRO? for its impact resistance, lightweight and durable properties in NASCAR and IRL applications. Monday, 5th January 2009

Safety enhanced with ARPRO for NASCAR and IRL

At almost half the weight of traditional materials, ARPRO absorbs 30 percent more energy on the first impact and 60 percent more during the second impact.  Bald Spot Sports (BSS) has selected ARPRO for impact-resistance and energy absorption in its NASCAR and IRL crash pads.  The ARPRO head and side impact protection measures deliver increased crash protection and a 45 percent weight reduction.


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Alpine develops software toolkit for validating MOST architecture components   Print  
System toolkit allows infotainment supplier to validate messaging without the other system hardware. Monday, 5th January 2009

System toolkit allows engineers to validate messaging without other suppliers’ hardware.

A software toolkit that allows in car infotainment suppliers to validate their hardware independently of the other system components, has been developed by Alpine Electronics. The kit solves a long standing issue of validating parts when other components on the fibre optic ring are not available or to the correct software level.


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