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DFI Chapter 85: A Change of Seasons
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10/31/2011   Post a comment
How does the Volt perform when we shift suddenly from fall to winter?
Hunting Noise - Examples from David Saar
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10/31/2011   Post a comment
Hunting Noise 48W-27182-0
DFI Chapter 86: Freight trains in the sky
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10/30/2011   Post a comment
Bob Newgard, director of advanced radio systems with Rockwell Collins, describes fascinating civilian uses for unmaned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
DFI Chapter 81: Startup on Battle Road
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10/29/2011   Post a comment
Adapteva CEO and founder Andreas Olofsson talks about his startup processor company in a small office on a famous Revolutionary War road.
DFI Chapter 84: John Santini's EV
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10/29/2011   Post a comment
TDI Power VP of engineering offers a tour of his sporty red belt-driven electric vehicle.
DFI Chapter 82: The 2 million-dollar man
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10/27/2011   Post a comment
Adapteva CEO Andreas Olofsson describes how a small company can build a power microprocessor for far less than $100 million.
DFI Chapter 83: Four score and 64 cores
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Andreas Olofsson, founder and CEO of Adapteva, describes his company's Epiphany processor architecture.
Cool-ORing® Product Overview
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10/25/2011   Post a comment
Active ORing solutions offer industry leading response time and efficiency.
DFI Chapter 79: Not just a ticket writer
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10/25/2011   Post a comment
Two Technologies Inc. president Eric Eckstein demonstrate's the company's HandGear ruggedized computing platform.
DFI Chapter 78: Theater of the student engineers mind
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10/23/2011   Post a comment
UMass Amherst engineering student Matt Hunt and Professor Baird Soules give us a tour of a collaborative robotics project that involved the theater department.
DFI Chapter 80: The satellite bicycles
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10/23/2011   Post a comment
Engineering students don't usually get to work with satellites, unless you come up with a novel, terrestrial version of them.
DFI Chapter 77: A space of their own making
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10/20/2011   Post a comment
UMass Amherst professors and administrators have created an outstanding space to nurture and inspire creativity in young engineering and computer science students.
DFI Chapter 99: Bringing back arcade sounds from the 1980s
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10/20/2011   Post a comment
UMass Amherst engineering professor Baird Soules talks us through student project that uses an Arduino board to recreate arcade sounds from bygone days.
DFI Chapter 76: MARC 5, the robot that tweets
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10/20/2011   Post a comment
UMass engineering Professor Baird Soules describes a student robotics projects that checks IDs, tracks inventory and, yes, tweets.
DFI Chapter 87: Music makes the lights go round
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10/20/2011   Post a comment
UMass Amherst EE student Patrick Estabrook shows off his creation that turns MIDI data into light.
M5 engineering the beat of your own drum
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M5 engineering the beat of your own drum
DFI Chapter 101: Emma 5 the other robot
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10/20/2011   Post a comment
UMass Amherst engineering professor Baird Soules describes Emma 5 a robotic, remote-controled, WiFi-enabled wheelchair.
DFI Chapter 76: Cooking with gas
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10/18/2011   Post a comment
On long, busy road trips, eating out gets old. So we decided to go all Rachael Ray and cook up a feast once weekend.
DFI Chapter 75: Helmet shock
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10/18/2011   Post a comment
ADI engineer Rob O'Reilly talks about making football safer for players using a high-g-force accelerometer.
DFI Chapter 74: Rugged individualism
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10/18/2011   Post a comment
Eric Eckstein, president and COO of Two Technologies Inc., talks about how to build hardware platforms that make the best (and longest) use of software
TI’s E2E Community Overview Design Support Across the Board
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10/14/2011   Post a comment
Explore TI's engineer-to-engineer (E2E) Community, an open network of more than 50,000 engineers and TI experts who collaborate by asking and answering technical questions, sharing knowledge, discuss new ideas and solving problems.
DFI Chapter 71: A sticky situation
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10/13/2011   Post a comment
Thoughts on improving the Volt are put down on paper and stuck to the Chevy Volt at an Analog Devices reception during The Drive for Innovation.
Attack of the mad videographer
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DFI Chapter 70: What makes a good engineer-part 2
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10/10/2011   Post a comment
TE Connectivity engineers talk about the key qualities needed to be a successful engineer.
DFI Chapter 72: How to stay nimble and compete globally
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TE Connectivity vice president of engineering Steve Jackson describes how a large company throw over "not invented here" to move forward.
DFI Chapter 73: Smaller, lighter, cheaper
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TE Connectivity's Galen Martin talks about how his company is helping design out weight in cars, one small but important connector and cable at a time.
DFI Chapter 69: Light touch
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10/10/2011   Post a comment
University of Pennsylvania mechanical engineering professor Katherine Kuchenbecker talks about her school's haptics and robotics research
DFI Chapter 67: Crystal power
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10/6/2011   Post a comment
David Bull with Vectron talks about optimizing the use of crystal oscillator technology by leveraging semiconductor technology and lowering phase noise.
DFI Chapter 66: Rocks that wiggle
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10/6/2011   Post a comment
David Bull with Vectron talks about the state of crystal oscillator technology.
DFI Chapter 98: Not all quiet on the innovation front
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10/6/2011   Post a comment
TE Connectivity vice president of engineering Steve Jackson and product engineer Galen Martin identify the biggest challenges to innovation.
DFI Chapter 65: Manufacturing mojo
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10/5/2011   Post a comment
A family-run company shows how electronics manufacturing is thriving in New Jersey. You gotta problem with that?
DFI Chapter 68: Renegade
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10/4/2011   Post a comment
University of Pennsylvania engineering students give us a tour of Renegade, their electrical drag racing car that was six years in the making.
DFI Chapter 62: Improving on 5 percent
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10/3/2011   Post a comment
University of Pennsylvania mechanical engineering professor Katherine Kuchenbecher talks about how to get more young women involved in engineering.
DFI Chapter 63: Charge it
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10/3/2011   Post a comment
Staying at an Element Hotel, we learn the joys of green living and free juice from the ChargePoint station in the parking lot. But first, we have to get the lid open.
DFI Chapter 64: Jersey (On) shores
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10/3/2011   Post a comment
Swemco is a nearly 50-year-old family-run company near Philadelphia demonstrating that mid-volume manufacturing can be done in the United States.


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