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Advanced Technology in Medical Device Manufacturing

The development and use of new and novel materials and processes has allowed quantifiable increases in product performance and patient safety. Custom developed materials for medical device implants. Superfinished and engineered surfaces for medical implants. Additive manufacturing and personalized medical implants.

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SIFT-MS: The Single Solution for Rapid Vehicle Interior Air Quality (VIAQ) Testing

In Conjunction with SAERegulators and consumers demand increasingly lower levels of harmful volatile emissions in motor vehicle passenger cabins, pushing manufacturers toward more comprehensive testing – from component level to finished vehicles – to ensure conformance and avoid costly tear-out. However, conventional analytical technologies are expensive, complex, and slow, since they are based on chromatographic methods.

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Additive Metals: An un-Conventional Approach

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) technology increasingly garners the international attention of manufacturing, business, and scientific communities as a new industrial frontier for production manufacturing. A select group of early adopters, primarily aerospace OEM’s, have realized significant savings in design time, assembly labor, part count/inventory levels, product weight, and ultimately product performance.

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Technical Webinar Series from the Editors of SAE: Advanced Emissions Strategies

In Conjunction with SAE No one ever claimed, or dared believe, that Tier 4 Final was final. Stage V emissions regulations in Europe already have been announced, and some industry insiders expect the U.S. EPA to implement a Tier 5 in the next few years. This 60-minute Webinar will take us from where we were in terms of the major advances in emissions solutions over the past couple of years, to where panelist experts think we need to be, and what will get us there. Topics can range from the latest in advanced combustion and emissions control, to alternative power solutions, to advances in materials, simulation tools, and sealing technologies.

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Overcoming Automotive Sensor Challenges Using Breakthrough Technology

In Conjunction with SAETraditional wired sensors need to be connected to control panels and must be connected to electrical power. This situation is not improved with a traditional wireless sensor where, over the life of the sensor, battery change costs are equally painful. Innovative battery-free, micro controller-free wireless Smart Passive Sensors operate in places where you would never consider deploying a traditional sensor.

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Quality Driven: Automotive Display Testing

Instrumentation, information, navigation and entertainment systems have moved to fully graphical, touch-enhanced displays, and customers expect the quality of these displays to be on par with that of their consumer electronics. Makers of in-vehicle displays must keep pace with improvements in display quality, increasing screen sizes, and higher resolutions. Quality inspection of these displays faces a unique set of challenges. They will be viewed in widely varied lighting and must withstand harsh environmental conditions. Detection of subtle flaws that could worsen as a result of these circumstances is critical to ensuring a high quality display throughout the lifespan of the vehicle.

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Automotive Industry Cybersecurity Assurance Testing Methods and Tools

In Conjunction with SAEIn 2015 the automotive industry began discussing the need for consistent cybersecurity testing requirements for verifying and validating that the security controls being implemented in modern automobiles are indeed providing a measurable level of cybersecurity assurance. These discussions eventually led to the formation of the Cybersecurity Assurance Testing Task Force under SAE, which is comprised of members from the automobile OEM community, suppliers, cybersecurity testing experts, government officials, and general security experts. Since inception the task force has worked diligently and has drafted multiple working documents. This 30-minute Webinar provides an overview of the working group’s activities and progress.

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