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Automated Driving Takes a Significant Step Forward with Delphi   Print  
The Path to Automated Driving Friday, 21st November 2014

 

Delphi and Ottomatika partner to offer industry-leading solutions for automated driving


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Concurrent partners with rFactor Pro to offer unrivalled DIL simulator performance   Print  
Concurrent partners with rFactor Pro to offer unrivalled DIL simulator performance, allowing realistic simulation of vehicle ride and handling Wednesday, 23rd April 2014

 

Powerful new combination delivers real-time response and high-performance for realistic simulation of vehicle ride and handling


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AVL chooses new rFactor Pro DIL simulator technology to test pre-prototype road car powertrains   Print  
Thursday, 28th November 2013

 

New high bandwidth technology allows drivers to assess subjective feel in a virtual environment, complimenting existing simulators


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Ultra-fast response software enables advanced vehicle dynamics simulation   Print  
rFactor Pro’s ultra-fast response software enables vehicle manufacturers to accurately simulate the entire field of vehicle dynamics Thursday, 10th October 2013

New high bandwidth technology means car makers can extend their use of simulators into new areas including handling, stability and refinement


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Ground-breaking multi-voltage DC-DC technology wins funding to develop technology for manufacture using silicon carbide   Print  
The new, flexible converter handles multiple voltages simultaneously on both the input and output sides. Silicon Carbide technology cuts its size to around one third that of traditional Silicon technologies. Thursday, 22nd November 2012

Flexible multiport converter may replace multiple separate DC-DC converters on future hybrid & electric vehicles, saving cost, weight and space and increasing EV range by up to 20%

 

The success of a research project to develop a multi-voltage DC-DC converter has led to funding from the UK government's Technology Strategy Board (TSB) to develop the technology for manufacture. The converter, which provides a variety of voltages across the vehicle, uses silicon carbide to increase efficiency while significantly reducing the weight and packaging volume required compared to alternative solutions. Silicon carbide technology also has the potential for high temperature operation and reduced system cost.


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Young engineers can improve their prospects by becoming professionally registered, advises leading recruitment specialist   Print  
Simon Roberts says that The best way for graduates to kick-start their careers is by making a clear commitment to gaining the appropriate professional qualifications Thursday, 19th July 2012

Jonathan Lee Recruitment offers five tips to recession-proof your career plan

 

Science and engineering graduates are being advised to prioritise professional registration as a means of recession-proofing their careers. As the employment market for graduate engineers with limited experience becomes increasingly competitive, candidates need to offer more than a degree to ensure a successful application.  An engineer who is progressing towards Chartered or Incorporated status shows a commitment to career development and an enthusiasm for the profession which is highly valued by employers.    


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Mecel Betula, a Cost-Effective Mobile Bluetooth Development Product is now available for PC-evaluation   Print  
Thursday, 8th October 2009

Göteborg, Sweden – Mecel Betula is a comprehensive software product that enables the addition of Bluetooth functionality to vehicles. Mecel Betula provides an easy way for manufacturers to adapt to the ever-changing market of consumer devices. Since April, 2009, Mecel Betula has been available in a PC-version at no cost. The PC-version comes as a simulated head unit with an attractive HMI and allows key features to be tested. In addition, the Mecel Betula Interoperability program helps vehicle manufacturers ensure that more cell phones are compatible with their vehicles.


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Mecel Announces Launch of Mecel Picea, an Efficient Automotive Software Suite that Supports AUTOSAR 3.1   Print  
Thursday, 8th October 2009

Göteborg, Sweden – Mecel AB, a subsidiary of Delphi Corporation, announces the launch of its Picea Software Suite supporting AUTOSAR 3.1.  Mecel Picea contains both tools and embedded software and covers the AUTOSAR 3.1 standard. The Mecel Picea Suite comes with full implementation of CAN, LIN and Flexray. The tool chain provides an efficient and seamless configuration framework for creating AUTOSAR-compliant software. Mecel Picea will help to strengthen automotive suppliers’ competitiveness with enhanced quality, shorter time-to-market and reduced cost.


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Mecel Introduces Mecel Populus 3.0, an Effortless and Cost-Effective Way to Design Human Machine Interfaces for Vehicles   Print  
Thursday, 8th October 2009

Göteborg, Sweden – Mecel AB, a subsidiary of Delphi Corporation, releases its Populus Suite in version 3.0. Mecel Populus is a complete software solution that gives vehicle manufacturers more flexibility, shortens time-to-market and drastically reduces the cost of designing Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) for vehicles.


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All seeing buses and coaches improve safety   Print  
Innovative camera system improves safety for seeing around corners, manoeuvring, lane changing and parking. Inset shows the view the driver can see in the cab. The blue areas are the fields of vision for the cameras. Tuesday, 1st September 2009

Innovative camera system improves safety for seeing around corners, manoeuvring, lane changing and parking

A device to see around blind corners and provide a “top view” will help drivers to manoeuvre buses and coaches more safely. Alpine’s Multi Camera technology is linked with a navigation database offering the ability to see all aspects of the vehicle and its surroundings, eliminating dangerous blind spots.


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