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World Rally Championship drivers benefit from ARPRO side impact protection   Print  
Thursday, 14th February 2008

ARPRO® helps World Rally Championship cars meet FIA mandate for side impact protection.

JSP, the leading supplier of ARPRO expanded polypropylene (EPP), is supplying a number of leading WRC teams with side-impact protection measures in line with the FIA’s safety mandate for 2008. The FIA has delivered an improved safety package for World Rally Championship cars, where a new Advanced Side Impact System will aim to reduce side impact injuries to drivers and co-drivers.

 


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Allison Transmission to announce new OEM releases at SMOPYC 2008   Print  
Tuesday, 12th February 2008
Allison will reveal new OEM contracts and present its latest automatic transmission products at their SMOPYC debut on 22nd to 26th April.

SLIEDRECHT – Leading commercial duty automatic transmission manufacturer Allison Transmission will mark its SMOPYC debut, the main trade fair in the Spanish construction and public works, with the announcement of two major OEM releases. In addition, visitors to stand G-H/1-6 will have the opportunity to see their latest 4000 Series gearbox and talk to application engineers about their requirements in this specialist sector.


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Innovative truck tyre pressure monitoring system gives instant, in-cab warning of tyre problems, handles trailer changes automatically   Print  
Thursday, 7th February 2008
Motor sport proven technology from BERU f1systems gives operators real time data on tyre conditions for better safety, economy and environmental performance

Tyres are the second or third largest expense for most truck fleet operators. Proper management of tyre pressures has been demonstrated to play a significant part in reducing this cost. Tests by tyre manufacturers have shown that under-inflation by 15% reduces fuel economy by 2.5%. Incorrectly inflated tyres also wear faster and are more prone to premature failure. Now automotive engineering specialist BERU f1systems is helping truck fleets to improve safety on the road and economy across the fleet with its new Truck Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).


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DVD expands to show more support to operations   Print  
Monday, 4th February 2008
DVD 2008 at Millbrook, June 25th and 26th

DVD 2008 is to be bigger and better, making it one of the most important events in the defence equipment calendar. It provides a unique opportunity for the defence community to meet, discuss, learn about and experience the equipment and support that is critical to the success of the UK’s Armed Forces.


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Delphi renews partnership with British Truck Racing   Print  
Wednesday, 23rd January 2008

Following an exciting season of truck racing in 2007, Delphi is once again pleased to confirm its sponsorship of the British Truck Racing Championship in 2008. As manufacturers of diesel technology for heavy duty vehicles, Delphi’s position as sponsor will help to raise the profile of both UK truck racing and Delphi’s developments in the commercial vehicle sector.


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Innovative tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system minimises integration complexity in Prevost coaches   Print  
Wednesday, 16th January 2008
When many systems would struggle, motorsport proven technology from BERU f1systems can monitor nine wheels using just three antennae.
 
Automotive engineering specialist BERU f1systems has created a customised tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system (TPMS) for Canadian firm Prevost, a division of the Volvo Bus Group. Cleverly overcoming unique engineering challenges, the firm has delivered a robust and reliable solution with minimum complexity in component composition and configuration.


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Souriau's quick release battery connector wins 2008 Autosport International Best Products   Print  
Wednesday, 16th January 2008

Souriau’s innovative quick release battery connector chosen as “Best Product” at the world’s largest motorsport exhibition

Interconnect specialist, Souriau’s new quick release battery connector solution has been awarded “Best Product” at the 2008 Autosport International exhibition.  The technology, an industry first, eliminates damage to battery studs and dramatically speeds up battery change times. In addition, the battery can be replaced quickly without the need for any tools.


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Delphi offers hub for connecting multiple vehicle systems and consumer interfaces   Print  
Friday, 11th January 2008
Options Are Virtually Unlimited with Number and Variety of Interfaces Available

TROY, Mich. – Fulfilling consumers’ insatiable demand for an ever-increasing array of entertainment and communication options in their vehicles, Delphi Corp. (PINKSHEETS: DPHIQ) offers a hub to accommodate multiple vehicle systems or consumer interfaces.


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Delphi shows new dual-view navigation at CES   Print  
Friday, 11th January 2008
Delphi Entertainment and Navigation System Features Enhanced Satellite Radio with 3-D Graphics and Local Weather

LAS VEGAS, -- Delphi Corp. is demonstrating a concept dual-view integrated navigation radio system with advanced navigation and enhanced satellite radio features at the 2008 International Consumer Electronics Show at its exhibit (#5206) at the Las Vegas Convention Center North Hall. 


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Independent tests demonstrate significant reductions in underbonnet temperatures possible using flame-sprayed ceramic coating   Print  
Thursday, 10th January 2008
With surface temperature reductions of up to 136ºC, reduced heat, weight and package space in OE, aftermarket and classic car applications  

Independent testing conducted by one of the UK’s leading automotive test and development centres has confirmed that the use of advanced flame-sprayed ceramic coatings can reduce heat transfer by up 26.7 percent, leading to a surface temperature reduction at the exhaust manifold of up to 136ºC.  The technology, developed by specialist coating company Zircotec, offers not only benefits to performance and classic car owners looking to reduce heat but also to engineers working on new vehicles who struggle to successfully package the increasing number of heat-sensitive components in a restricted space.


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