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Electric vehicle pioneer favours wireless test rigs

A company that has been at the forefront of electric vehicle design and development for over 20 years has supplied a test rig based on a wireless torque sensor to a world renowned UK University automotive research facility.

Testing times for hydrogen

Rapid assessment of new fuelling stations accelerates them coming online

More charging points to come in Europe

BMW, Ford, Daimler and VW combine to rollout 400 HPC stations by 2020

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Sensor technologies to transform driving techniques

Rising interest in autonomous vehicles creates vast growth opportunities for sensor developers, finds Frost & Sullivan

Improving driver safety and efficiency with smart technologies

Peter Tillotson discusses the top three technologies set to revolutionise HGV safety in the next year

Fluid solutions for future commercial vehicles

Mark Klein-Hietpas and Jacques Malfroy discuss hoses and lines for new drive systems and alternative fuels

Space and planet-saving cleaning

Alcohol-free window wash solutions for both commercial and business vehicles

Low extractable fuel line

The multilayer tubing 4800 supplements the proven 4000 series through a system with a low extractable inner layer

56% of mechanical engineers back UK staying in the EU

Survey shows two to one support for UK remaining in the EU rather than leaving, with a significant number still undecided

Broken screws a thing of the past

New extraction system targets broken screws, studs and bolts

Virtually drive automotive CAE models

Anyone can evaluate the potential noise, vibration and harshness impact of CAE component designs

Make do and mend

Darren Halford examines the benefits of remanufactured automotive parts

Staying safe against extreme corrosion

Lead-free coating resists corrosion at extreme temperatures

New rotary position sensor

Protects against water, dust, shock, vibration and temperature

Transforming transport

With transport tradeshow Solutrans happening later this month, global water, energy and maintenance solutions provider NCH Europe is calling for an improved environmental efficiency focus in commercial vehicles

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