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Unusual Christmas Gifts from the Last Flying Vulcan   Print  
This superb cutaway is at the centre of a historic 1993 poster available in limited numbers from the Vulcan to the Sky Store. It can also be signed by legendary Vulcan 607 pilot Martin Withers and Black Buck AEO Barry Masefield. Friday, 2nd November 2012

Fly a name in the bomb-bay of Britain's most iconic jet
Copies of Vulcan 607 signed by Black Buck 1
Fabulous posters, DVDs, books, clothing, toys and games


A range of unique Christmas gifts has been launched to help raise money for the last flying Vulcan. For just £75, the historic bomb-bay doors could swing open to reveal your name, or that of a loved one, celebrated as one of the supporters who are helping to fund vital preparations for the 2013 display season. Every name added will also receive a commemorative certificate, making it an ideal Christmas gift. Other unusual gift ideas include Vulcan clothing, books, toys, games and up-close DVDs that take the viewer into the cockpit for a pilot's eye view.

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Gian Maria Olivetti appointed Chief Technology Officer, Federal-Mogul powertrain segment   Print  
Gian Maria Olivetti ? chief technology officer, Federal-Mogul Powertrain segment Monday, 29th October 2012

SOUTHFIELD, Michigan, October 29, 2012 ... Federal-Mogul Corporation (FDML: NASDAQ) announced today that Gian Maria Olivetti has been appointed chief technology officer, Federal-Mogul Powertrain segment, effective immediately. Olivetti will oversee global coordination of all engineering, research and product development activities for Federal-Mogul's powertrain technologies. He will also serve as the company's chief technical spokesperson at industry and professional association events. He will report directly to Rainer Jueckstock, co-CEO, Federal-Mogul and CEO Powertrain segment.

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Four new European electric vehicles will feature Delphi?s innovative Vehicle Sound Generator by the end of the year Monday, 29th October 2012

Delphi technology presented ‘Best of 2012 Innovation Award' from ‘Initiative Mittelstand' in Germany

MUNICH (Germany) - With the addition of another major contract, four new European electric vehicles will feature Delphi Automotive's (NYSE: DLPH) innovative Vehicle Sound Generator by the end of the year with another vehicle in Asia including the technology during 2013.

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Manufacturing and logistics managers increasingly focus on reputation management as market competition heightens for 2013 models   Print  
OEMs are increasingly calling upon emergency logistics to prevent final delivery delays and protect brand value. Tuesday, 16th October 2012

Cup holders delivered by four aircraft highlights increased value of emergency logistics as premiumisation spreads to customer service

An emergency delivery of cup holders by four aircraft charters has underlined OEMs' commitment to the premiumisation of customer service to support increased vehicle quality. As drivers hold onto their cars for longer and the gaps between vehicle segments reduce, OEMs have to work harder for each sale. A key part of automotive marketing is now brand experience. Regardless of the segment, each touch point has to resonate with quality if the consumer is to build a positive image of the company and ultimately its products. This challenge does not stop once the order has been placed; customer retention is now a major part of sales strategies. An increasing amount of thought and investment is made to ensure that customers feel valued throughout the process and car delivery is the most emotive element.


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Final season announced for last flying Vulcan   Print  
Cutaway (available in very high resolution with high detail) showing the structure of XH558, the last flying Vulcan. Captions showing the areas relevant to the end-of-flight decision can be seen at www.tinyurl.com/558FAQ Friday, 12th October 2012

Vulcan to the Sky Trust prepares to make 2013 a spectacular final flying

season but £400,000 needs to be raised within months to fund winter service



Vulcan to the Sky Trust, the charity that operates the last flying Vulcan bomber, today told its supporters that it is planning for 2013 to be the much-loved aircraft’s final flying season. Following an award-winning restoration that many feel is the most technically complex ever undertaken, Vulcan XH558 was granted a technically-determined number of flying hours. At the end of next year’s display season, six years after the return-to-flight, XH558’s current cleared flying life will have been almost completely consumed.

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Delphi presents technologies for greener gasoline, diesel and hybrid vehicles at Aachen colloquium   Print  
Monday, 8th October 2012

Innovations include gasoline direct injection with compression ignition and light-weight power electronics for hybrids


AACHEN, Germany – Delphi Automotive (NYSE: DLPH) engineers will outline innovative solutions to the emissions challenges facing both gasoline and diesel vehicles in technical papers presented at the 21st Aachen Colloquium (October 8-10). Delphi’s papers describe the company’s near production-ready Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) dosing system that provides a uniquely cost-effective approach to urea injection, and a Gasoline Direct Injection Compression Ignition (GDCI) engine that is currently in advanced development. The papers will be complemented by extensive hardware displays at the Delphi booth (Upper floor, stand 61) that include a range of new, light-weight power electronics products for hybrid and electric vehicles.

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Thatcham becomes the Autonomous Emergency Braking centre of excellence   Print  
The steering robot developed by Thatcham to assure accurate assessment of Autonomous Emergency Braking systems is shown here installed in a Mazda CX-5. Tuesday, 2nd October 2012

UK insurance research centre devises new standards for test procedures and equipment as car manufacturers introduce Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) systems


The research effort that went into convincing UK insurers to reduce insurance premiums for motorists buying cars fitted with leading edge collision avoidance technology, has turned Thatcham into a world leader in the development of test systems and qualifying procedures for Autonomous Emergency Braking - or AEB.

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Association of British Insurers signals potential for reduced premiums with the introduction of Autonomous Emergency Braking into group ratings   Print  
Peter Shaw - Chief Executive, Thatcham Tuesday, 2nd October 2012

UK insurance industry adopts findings and adjusts group ratings to reflect the significant potential to prevent collisions and reduce accident repair costs


Following pioneering accident risk assessment work by Thatcham, the UK motor insurance repair research centre, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) is introducing important changes to the Group Rating system. As a result, motorists who buy cars fitted as standard with Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) technologies could immediately benefit from a one to five group drop in insurance rating and potentially a lower premium.

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Monday, 1st October 2012

Broader availability of active safety technologies
Delphi's charge air coolers enhance engine performance and lower exhaust emissions
USB connectivity

PARIS - Delphi Automotive (NYSE: DLPH) is supplying innovative technologies to several vehicles being introduced at this year's Paris Motor Show. From diesel and gasoline engine management systems to active safety technology and thermal innovations to electrical/electronic distribution systems, Delphi is helping drivers stay safe and remain connected while lessening the environmental impact of the vehicle they drive.

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Millers Oils rally star looks to end season on a high Callum Black, BRC Challenge contender, looking for a top result in season finale   Print  
Photographs of Callum Black in his Millers Oils 586 Team Citroen DS3 will be eligible to win 5 litres of the company?s award-winning lubricants Friday, 28th September 2012

Yorkshire, England - British Rally Championship Challenge Contender, Callum Black, is hoping to end the season on a high note with a strong result on the International Rally Yorkshire, this weekend (29-30 Sept). After crashing his car beyond repair in the Rallye Sunseeker earlier this year, the support of Millers Oils the rising star has enabled him to get his new car competition ready again for the remaining stages of the season. 

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