Coming Soon - Autonomous Vehicle Standards – A Comprehensive Discussion

In Conjunction with SAE

Vehicle Connectivity, including the real prospects of hands-free and fully autonomous driving, is revolutionizing personal mobility as profoundly as the invention of the automobile did 130 years ago. Cars, light trucks, and commercial vehicles equipped with vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P), and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technologies will reduce crashes, energy consumption and pollution, as well as mitigate the costs associated with traffic and parking congestion.

Posted in: Upcoming Webinars, Automation
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Coming Soon - Selecting the Right Tapered Roller Bearing for Your Application

In Conjunction with SAE

Tapered roller bearings are widely used throughout the North American market as an economical solution for friction management in machine design. While there are many standard catalog bearings available in the marketplace, demanding applications often require engineered solutions in order to optimize machine performance and minimize downtime.

Posted in: Upcoming Webinars, Automotive, Mechanical Components
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Coming Soon - Modeling Thermal Effects in Processes and Products

In Conjunction with SAE

If you are interested in modeling the thermal behavior of devices and manufacturing processes, then tune into this webinar with guest speaker Kyle Koppenhoefer of AltaSim Technologies.

Posted in: Upcoming Webinars, Simulation Software, Software
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Coming Soon - Specifying & Achieving Desired Extrusion Performance

In Conjunction with SAE

Since 2012, the usage of extruded aluminum shapes in North American light vehicles has grown by more than 50%, to over 25 pounds per vehicle. Today, aluminum extrusions can be found in applications as varied as crush cans, trim members, rocker sections and seat backs – each with a unique set of performance requirements. As automotive aluminum extrusion applications continue to grow, engineers seeking optimized performance are increasingly going beyond the “shorthand” of alloy and temper designation and specifying the desired microstructure for the final component.

Posted in: On-Demand Webinars, Upcoming Webinars, Automotive, Materials, Metals
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Coming Soon - What is Measurement Risk?

Do you think your measurement is "In-Tolerance" if the measured value is within the manufacturer's accuracy specification? If the calibration provider is not considering the test uncertainty ratio, chances are your measurements are not what you think they are and it is very likely that you may be making bad measurements.

Posted in: Upcoming Webinars, Instrumentation, Test & Measurement
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Rapid Application Development with NXP AUTOSAR Software

In Conjunction with SAE

Being an AUTOSAR Premium partner since its inception, NXP supports this industry standard by offering production intent AUTOSAR Microcontroller Abstraction Layer (MCAL) and Operating System (OS) software for use on our automotive microcontrollers and processors.

This software is developed to comply to Automotive SPICE® and Functional Safety ISO 26262 standards.

Posted in: Upcoming Webinars, Automotive, Electronics & Computers, Software
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Rapid Vehicle Interior Air Quality (VIAQ) Analysis Using Direct Mass Spectrometry

In Conjunction with SAE

Regulators and consumers demand increasingly lower levels of harmful volatile emissions in motor vehicle passenger cabins, pushing manufacturers toward more comprehensive testing – from raw materials to components 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.

Posted in: Upcoming Webinars, Automotive
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OEM Body Shop ADHESIVE & SEALANT Selection Guide

A comprehensive industry-authored guide detailing the type and function of adhesives and sealants used in bodies and cabs (body-in-white, BIW) of light vehicles and heavy trucks, common test methods, and selection considerations for OEM’s.

Posted in: White Papers, Automotive, Manufacturing & Prototyping, Materials
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Breathalyzer Replaces Blood Test

In the future, breathalyzers will not just be used by police checking for alcohol intoxication, but also for testing the condition of athletes, and for people who want to lose weight. When exactly the body begins burning fat can now be determined by analyzing, for example, biomarkers in the blood or urine. Scientists have now developed a method for the real-time monitoring of lipolysis by testing a person’s exhalations during exercise.

Posted in: INSIDER, Data Acquisition, Sensors
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Measuring Volcanic Emissions from Space

Before volcanoes erupt, there are often warning signs. Using remote sensing to detect rising carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide emissions without endangering people or equipment would greatly increase human understanding of volcanoes.

Posted in: INSIDER, Measuring Instruments, Test & Measurement
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