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Designing Smart Medical Devices with Force Sensing Technology

This session will explore the exciting new trend toward designing smart medical devices that provide critical force feedback to eliminate guesswork, improve outcomes, and increase consistency.

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Thermal Management: Heat Pipes, HiKTM Plates, and Vapor Chambers – Selection and Modeling

Heat pipes, high conductivity (HiK™) plates, and vapor chambers are two phase technologies that are often considered for electronics cooling.  All three devices rely on the very high evaporation and condensation coefficients of two phase fluids to reduce the ΔT between the source and the sink for a given power.  When properly engineered for power and mission duration, all of these devices provide passive, reliable cooling.

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Technical Webinar Series from the Editors of SAE: Next-Generation Advanced Combustion/Aftertreatment

In Conjunction with SAE The proven, reliable, and still low-cost internal-combustion engine continues to evolve to meet more stringent global vehicle emission and fuel economy regulations, driven by ongoing technology developments by OEMs, engineering consultancies, national labs, and research universities.

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Smart Enclosures using RFID for Inventory Management

The NASA Johnson Space Center has developed a method for tracking collections of items in a smart container using radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags with a high level of read accuracy. Automating the tracking of a collection of items (particularly small items) represents a major industrial hurdle due to both tag size and cost. This technology promises to successfully address these hurdles. The smart enclosure innovation can track individual items in the smart containers or receptacles regardless of item placement. The NASA-developed patent-pending technology is available for licensing.

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Build and Deploy Simulation Apps for Heat Transfer Analysis

Heat transfer, including multiphysics phenomena such as Joule heating and thermal expansion, is fundamental to the design of reliable products and systems. Through modeling and simulation, gain a better understanding of how temperature changes impact the performance of a device or process. With simulation apps based on your models, colleagues and customers can also perform heat transfer analysis through the use of highly specialized user interfaces.

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Active Safety Solutions for Next Generation Automobiles

As automotive technology advances, so do the number and complexity of electronically controlled “safety critical” functions inside of a car. These functions include: front lighting, ADAS, viewing, electronic power steering, and rear lighting to name a few. The challenge and risk that all designers face is that of a critical failure occurring and safety critical functions not working as intended.

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Technical Webinar Series from the Editors of SAE: Cybersecurity for the Life of the Car

In conjunction with SAEConnectivity is making cybersecurity a must-have obligation from initial designs through end of life. Automakers and suppliers have several unique challenges as they attempt to provide connectivity in vehicles that have burgeoning amounts of software that must remain secure and efficient over long vehicle lifetimes. Throughout the industry, there is a race to leverage safeguards used in other industries in ways that meet automotive safety and reliability requirements.

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