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Eberspaecher Vecture: Intelligent battery solutions for Industry 4.0 and logistics

Eberspaecher Vecture DAQ

Precise 12 channel digital acquisition system for forklifts Battery Management Systems for warehousing automation High-performing lithium-titanate-batteries for industrial usage In logistics and warehousing forklifts are the driving force. Eberspaecher Vecture’s Battery Management Systems (BMS), digital acquisition systems (DAQ) and battery chemistries ensure their optimal functioning. One year after Eberspaecher acquired ...

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BorgWarner presents highly adaptable P2 hybrid modules and innovative Variable Spring absorber at CTI Symposium in Berlin

BorgWarner P2 hybrid modules

Broad solution portfolio for combustion, hybrid and electric vehicles shown at international transmission expo BorgWarner experts present high-performance hybrid technologies Transmission technologies enable higher efficiency and performance for all propulsion architectures BorgWarner is presenting its advanced transmission technologies at the 16thInternational CTI Symposium in Berlin from December 4 to 7, ...

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Nissan Group reports November 2017 U.S. sales

Nissan Group North America logo

Nissan Group announced total U.S. sales for November 2017 of 135,985 units, an increase of 18.1 percent over the previous year. This marks a November record. November 2017 November 2016 % Change Nissan Group Total sales (units) 135,985 115,136 +18.1 Nissan Division sales 122,959 103,024 +19.3 INFINITI sales* 13,026 12,112 ...

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Honda invests in revolutionary driving simulator for future R&D activities

Honda driving simulator based on DiM250 architecture

Honda will become the world’s first car manufacturer to adopt new state-of-the-art driving simulator technology, based on a revolutionary architecture called DiM250 (Driver-in-Motion). Most driving simulators make use of motion technology derived from flight simulators, and typically use six actuators to deliver six ‘degrees of freedom.’ However, to accurately reproduce ...

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