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Mecel Introduces Mecel Populus 3.0, an Effortless and Cost-Effective Way to Design Human Machine Interfaces for Vehicles   Print  
Thursday, 8th October 2009

Göteborg, Sweden – Mecel AB, a subsidiary of Delphi Corporation, releases its Populus Suite in version 3.0. Mecel Populus is a complete software solution that gives vehicle manufacturers more flexibility, shortens time-to-market and drastically reduces the cost of designing Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) for vehicles.


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Silencer breathes new life into speedway   Print  
The Prodrive 115 Silencer meets new noise regulations without any loss of power Thursday, 8th October 2009

British motorsport specialist, Prodrive has developed a new exhaust silencer, which should help keep speedway racing alive.

In recent years, noise complaints have increasingly led to the closure of speedway tracks.  As a result, the sports governing body, the FIM (International Motorcycling Federation), has introduced a noise limit of 115 db from 1 January 2010.


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ACQUISITION OF DELPHI COMPLETED   Print  
Wednesday, 7th October 2009

Product Portfolio Focused on Innovation for Customer Challenges

Commitment to Technology and Strong Portfolio Among Top Priorities

Troy, Mich., — Delphi Holdings LLP announced today it had completed the acquisition of substantially all of Delphi Corporation's global core businesses as part of the consummation of the Delphi Corporation Modified Plan of Reorganization.


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Mechanical hybrid paper to challenge conventional thinking at SAE Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress (Oct 6th)   Print  
Torotrak?s full-toroidal traction drive is the vital link between the flywheel energy store and the base powertrain Wednesday, 7th October 2009

New approach based on F1 technology claims lower cost solution than electric hybrid powertrains, with smaller package and simplified integration

As manufacturers strive to reduce CO2 emissions from buses and urban commercial vehicles, numerous trials have been carried out using electric hybrid powertrains with regenerative braking. Such systems have a significant cost penalty; in some cases doubling the cost of the base vehicle. At the SAE Commercial Vehicle Congress on October 6-7, full-toroidal traction drive specialist, Torotrak, will present a paper advocating a more cost effective approach using flywheel hybrid technology based on the KERS (Kinetic Energy Recovery System) developed for F1 racing. As well as saving cost, the system is claimed to offer more than 30 percent fuel saving over the London bus test cycle and to package around the existing transmission.

 


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DELPHI AFTERMARKET APPOINTS DIRECTOR FOR THE DELPHI SERVICE CENTRE   Print  
Philippe Desnos, newly appointed Global Delphi Service Centre Director, Delphi Product & Service Solutions. Tuesday, 6th October 2009

In line with the expansion of its Delphi Service Centre strategy, Delphi Product Delphi Product & Service Solutions names a Global Delphi Service Centre Director

Warwick, UK — Delphi Corp. announces the appointment, effective immediately, of Philippe Desnos as Global Delphi Service Centre Director, Delphi Product & Service Solutions (DPSS).  Desnos will be developing and implementing the aftermarket expansion strategy on the Delphi Service Centre worldwide.


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NEW DELPHI DIESEL TEST EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE HELPS TO INCREASE SERVICE DEALER PROFITABILITY   Print  
Tuesday, 6th October 2009

Test Equipment Enhances Workshop Productivity
Extended Range Helps Nework To Embrace New Service Opportunities
Web-Based Advances To Information Technology

Warwick, UK — Workshops need increasingly sophisticated equipment and technical support to be able to offer a professional and profitable service to their customers. In recognition of this, Delphi is demonstrating at Equip’Auto 2009, a new range of high tech diesel test equipment and software that will enable its service dealer network to maximise performance in three key areas:

- Workshop productivity
- Service opportunities
- Information technology


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Allison Transmission displays innovative transmission systems for airport ground vehicles at inter airport Europe   Print  
The Panther of Dresden?s airport fire brigade:1000 PS, maximum speed 140 km/h, 100 metres throwing throwing range ? full power for powertrain and extinguishing equipment with the Allison transmission M6610. Monday, 5th October 2009

Allison Transmission will present its complete range of fully automatic transmissions for airport ground vehicles at the inter airport Europe show in Munich

Mainz, Germany - Allison Transmission, the leading global provider of commercial duty automatic transmissions and hybrid propulsion systems, is displaying its innovative transmission technology for airport ground vehicles at October’s inter airport Europe in Munich. International airport operators are increasingly looking to Allison for reliable transmission solutions in their ongoing drive to improve safety and comfort for staff and passengers, increase operational efficiency and ensure the smooth running of air traffic. Allison caters for a wide range of airport ground vehicles, including fuel tankers, airport buses, fire-fighting vehicles, aircraft tractors, toilet service units, de-icer and winter service vehicles.


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Busworld debut for new Allison T375 transmission   Print  
?Maximising efficiency? message from Allison at Busworld  will include a new transmission as well as solutions for alternatively powered and conventional buses Monday, 5th October 2009

Busworld Hall 8, stand 817, Busworld, Kortrijk 16th-21st October

“Maximising efficiency” message will include a new transmission alongside a range of solutions for alternatively-powered and conventional buses

KORTRIJK, BELGIUM – Allison Transmission, the world’s leading provider of commercial duty automatic transmissions, will present its latest Torqmatic® gearbox at Busworld, Kortrijk (16th -21st October in Hall 8, stand 817). Specific to bus and coach applications, the T375 is ideal for the newer EURO5 engines delivering increased power (up to 360bhp) and 1450Nm torque in the medium-duty range of Allison bus transmissions. The new T375 continues Allison’s committment to offer fuel efficient and durable transmissions to the global bus market.


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DELPHI FURTHER STRENGTHENS ITS CHASSIS RANGE WITH SEVERAL FIRST TO MARKET APPLICATIONS   Print  
Monday, 5th October 2009

Delphi focussed on delivering close to 1000 new Chassis part numbers in 2009

Warwick, UK — Delphi is further strengthening its Chassis portfolio, which includes Braking, Steering and Suspension products, by recently introducing nearly 620 new part numbers with plans for an additional 350 new part numbers by year end.


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All-student race team gears up for Britcar 500   Print  
Team Lunar Racing, an educational motorsport project run by Bedford College, is powering an all-student entry in the Britcar 500 endurance race Friday, 2nd October 2009

Team Lunar Racing, an educational motorsport project run by Bedford College, is powering an all-student entry in the Britcar 500 endurance race

Team Lunar Racing’s student mechanics are being given a chance to shine as the team gears up for the Britcar 500 endurance race. The crew of Lunar Racing’s 2.5 litre MG ZS entry in the Britcar 500 is among the country’s most successful student motorsport teams. Their two MG ZS cars are currently running second place in the MG Car Club’s Peter Best Insurance Challenge and fifth in the Britcar Series production class. Joining them on her first night race is the team’s latest addition, Cassey Watson, herself an 18-year old student. Together with drivers Rob Hedley, Peter Fairbairn and Paul McLean, she has high hopes for the team as they prepare for their most challenging race to date.


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