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After two years of on-the-ground testing, the Fuel-Efficient Ground Vehicle Demonstrator from Van Buren Township-based Ricardo Inc. has proven to be as good as the simulation models projected, according to data analyzed by the multi-industry consultancy for engineering, technology, project innovation and strategy.
VAN BUREN TWP. — Ricardo Inc., the United States subsidiary of the United Kingdom-based engineering technology provider Ricardo plc, announced that it succesfully administered the Fast Adaptable Next-Generation Ground Vehicle (FANG) Mobility-Drivetrain Challenge for the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the first of three planned FANG competitions.
The Yankee Air Museum wants to make its new home at a former World War II B-24 bomber plant, and officials have kicked off a $6 million campaign to make that happen.
Visteon Corp. (NYSE: VC) will be represented by two of its businesses in technical sessions at the SAE 2013 World Congress, April 16-18 at Cobo Center in Detroit.
Van Buren Township-based Ricardo Inc. and East Lansing-based Red Cedar Technology Wednesday under which Ricardo will embed Red Cedar’s design system exploration technology into Ricardo’s new vehicle driveline system modeling and simulation tool, called Ignite.
The Ricardo-engineered Fuel Efficient Ground Vehicle Demonstrator vehicle is featured in a Web video posted Monday on “Jay Leno’s Garage.”
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Visteon Corp. spent a rare sunny February afternoon showing off some of the automotive high technology it showed off last month at the International Consumer Electronics Show, and it was just as impressive the second time around.
Dassault Systèmes, a provider of three-dimensional design and mockup technology, announced that Visteon Corp., the Van Buren Township-based auto supplier, is applying the 3DExperience platform’s 3DSwYm social application on the cloud to its recently unveiled e-Bee vehicle concept.
The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences Tuesday announced a collaboration with the Michigan Economic Development Corp. to establish the first advanced manufacturing laboratory in what will be a national network to accelerate manufacturing by providing easy access to digital modeling and simulation tools.