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15 Mar, 2013

John Day …http://www.sae.org/congress/ April 16-18 at Detroit’s Cobo Center I hope you’ll block out time for the session I’m coordinating, Automotive Electronics Design and Systems Reliability, at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 18, in room D0-07B. This is the first time I’ve coordinated an SAE session or, for that matter, done anything at Convergence or an SAE World Congress other than interview exhibitors to … Read More

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., Jaguar Land Rover, SAE World Congress, Automotive Electronics Technology, Cobo Center, automotive E/E reliability, University of Warwick, GM technical center, Ilmenau University of Technology, Convergence, Delphi Diesel Systems

30 Apr, 2012

John Day One of the more significant obstacles to automotive start-stop systems is how to keep the car comfy with the engine off. Saving fuel is great, but not if the infotainment system, HVAC et al were to shut down at every red light. At the SAE World Congress in Detroit last week, Delphi Automotive introduced a Phase Change Material (PCM) Evaporator that it said will keep start/stop vehicle cabins cooler … Read More

phase change material evaporator, hybrid vehicles CO2 emissions, SAE World Congress, Delphi automotive, Delphi Thermal Systems, Delphi, start-stop systems, heat pump air conditioner, HVAC, exhaust gas heat exchanger

27 Apr, 2012

John Day It stands to reason that range anxiety would lessen – at least a little – among current and prospective owners of electric vehicles (EV) if charging stations were ubiquitous as gas stations are today. Since they are not, there is value in the ability to locate charging stations and reserve time on them via smartphone. At the SAE World Congress, GE Energy Industrial Solutions introduced WattStation™, … Read More

WattStation Connect, WattStation, electric vehicles (EV), EV charging station, Ecotality, SAE World Congress, Smartphone, EV Project, GE Energy Industrial Solutions

17 Apr, 2010

John Day Veterans of SAE World Congresses in decades past said the event held in Detroit last week was significantly smaller than it used to be – no big surprise – but the folks in charge said that was by design. Apparently, not everyone who wanted to exhibit was accepted, and SAE execs touted the innovative technology offered by those who made the cut. Small does have its advantages: less exhibit space left … Read More

Electrification, Powertrain, Ecollaboration, Ride-n-Drive, SAE World Congress

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