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SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering: February 2019

  • Magazine Issue
  • 19TOFHP02
Published February 01, 2019 by SAE International in United States
  • English

  • Over-the-air affair
    Remote updating of software and firmware on commercial trucks and off-highway machines is on the rise, not only for maintenance functions but also to add new features like operator-assist technology.
  • Developments in engine-based gensets
    With demand for generator sets steady and regulatory change settling, suppliers can rationalize their offerings and push improvements in areas like noise abatement and economy.
  • Testing, testing and even more testing
    The commercial-vehicle market is eager to adopt more ADAS and automated-driving innovations, but before those technologies get to the road they must first pass rigorous testing practices that prove their efficacy.
  • Smart and connected powertrains
    FPT Tech Day reveals multi-power Cursor X concept, other "4.0 innovations" for hydrogen fuel cell, electric and natural gas propulsion.
  • Editorial
    Medium-duty trucks make headway- and headlines
  • Volvo CE, Skanska demonstrate concept electric site
  • Argus responds over-the-air to combat new cyber threats
  • SAE updates J3016 automated-driving graphic
  • Tekscan goes fast-track with its high-speed tire scanning
  • Emerson proposes electric-powered heat pumps for school buses
  • Caterpillar Ventures invests in Fisker for electric future
  • Deere displays ag equipment at CES to tout software, AI tech
  • Q&A
    Tenneco talks 'clean air' tech, trends