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Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)  
The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) is the premiere world resource for the design, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of automobiles, aircraft, space vehicles, off-highway equipment, trucks, buses, trains, marine craft, engines, and self-propelled vehicles.
Submitted: Jun 24, 2000
College of Engineering - Center for Environmental Research and Technology  
The College of Engineering-Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT) at the University of California Riverside, brings together academia, the regulatory community, and industry for cooperative research on the environment.
Submitted: Jun 25, 2000
ARC - Automotive Research Center  
Automotive Research Center, a U.S. Army TACOM Center of Excellence for Modeling and Simulation of Ground Vehicles at the University of Michigan.
Submitted: Jun 25, 2000
Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles: Fourth Report  
The PNGV program is a cooperative research and development program between the federal government and the United States Council for Automotive Research (USCAR), whose members are Chrysler Corporation, Ford Motor Company, and General Motors Corporation. One of the aims of the program, referred to as the Goal 3 objective, is to develop technologies for a new generation of vehicles
Submitted: Jun 24, 2000
Quality Engineering & Manufacturing Association Home Page  
Quality Engineering & Manufacturing Association is dedicated to Aerospace, Military, Automotive and Commercial Industry and business professionals.
Submitted: Jun 25, 2000
American Automotive Design Engineering Expert Witness Center  
Auto engineering expert witness-crash safety-occupant protection-accident reconstruction-failure analysis-design forensics-reliability-litigation supt
Submitted: Jun 24, 2000
Automotive Recyclers Association  
The Automotive Recyclers Association is the only global organization dedicated to the efficient removal and reuse of automotive parts, and the safe disposal of inoperable motor vehicles.
Submitted: Jun 25, 2000
Using MATLAB® and Simulink®, automotive engineering organizations speed up embedded controller development and calibration, and deliver vehicles that meet market requirements for safety, comfort, functionality, fuel economy, and vehicle performance.
Submitted: Mar 29, 2010

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