Articles by Austin Weber

State of the Profession 2002: Happier Days Here Again?

June 1, 2002
With the economy showing signs of a recovery, assemblers are cautiously optimistic.
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Down the Line: Finger Pointing

May 1, 2002
Last year’s terrorist attacks have sparked new interest in biometric technology. Biometric access controls compare the biological traits of a user with information stored in a computerized file of authorized individuals.
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Down the Line: GM Sees Fuel Cells in the Near Future

May 1, 2002
General Motors Corp. (Detroit) recently unveiled the first vehicle in the world designed from the ground up around a fuel cell propulsion system.
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Down the Line: Heads Up!

May 1, 2002
Head-up display (HUD) technology is coming soon to a car near you.
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Wood + Water = Speed

May 1, 2002
Before World War II, wooden speedboats were a common sight on the nation’s lakes and rivers.
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Guidelines Help Reduce ErgoConfusion

May 1, 2002
The lack of black-and-white answers can make ergonomic implementation a frustrating task for engineers.
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Down the Line: Robot Eats Dirt

May 1, 2002
AB Electrolux (Stockholm, Sweden) recently unveiled what it claims is the first automatic vacuum cleaner in the world for domestic applications.
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Down the Line: What an Adorable PC You’re Wearing!

May 1, 2002
Fashion may never be the same again. Within 5 years, cyber visors, e-vests, memory glasses, wrist computers and other electronic devices are expected to be as much a part of the fashion scene as jewelry or neckties are today.
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Flexible Factory Reveals Future of GM

April 1, 2002
The new Lansing Grand River plant blends state-of-the-art technology with 100-year-old tradition.
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Retooling a Legend

April 1, 2002
The first car to roll off the Lansing Grand River assembly line is the Cadillac CTS.
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