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ASHRAE Software helps predict consistent thermal comfort.
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers    Atlanta, GA 30329
September 15, 2011 ASHRAE Thermal Comfort Tool, Version 2, maintains consistency with ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 55-2010, Thermal Environmental Conditions for Human Occupancy. Standard specifies combinations of indoor thermal environmental factors and personal factors that will produce thermal environmental conditions acceptable to majority of occupants. Making thermal comfort predictions using adaptive and predicted mean vote models, software tool lets engineers fine tune comfort analysis to occupant needs.
AIA Campaign will educate public on indiscriminate budget cuts.
Aerospace Industries Association    Arlington, VA 22209-3928
September 15, 2011 Designed to defend U.S. aerospace and defense industry, AIA's Second to None public education initiative will provide information about industry, potential job losses, and national security risks. Marion C. Blakey of AIA noted that Budget Control Act cuts could cost "hundreds of thousands of direct and indirect jobs." While Blakey recognized the need to find ways to address national debt, she warned policymakers against making further cuts that could jeopardize national/economic security.
ASABE to revise agricultural speed identification symbol.
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers    Saint Joseph, MI 49085
September 15, 2011 ASABE has initiated a project to revise ANSI/ASAE S584.1, Agricultural Equipment: Speed Identification Symbol standard, which was adopted by ASABE in January of 2005 and revised in August of 2006. In the latest periodic review of the document, several outdated references were identified. Proposed revision will address all identified and needed updates.
Manufacturing Technology Orders are up 102.9% from 2010.
AMT - The Association For Mfg. Technology    McLean, VA 22102
September 14, 2011 July U.S. manufacturing technology orders totaled $506.97 million. This total, reported by companies participating in United States Manufacturing Technology Orders (USMTO) program, is up 7.3% from June and 92.7% compared with totals reported for July 2010. With $2,975.10 million year-to-date total, 2011 is up 102.9% compared with 2010. Report provides regional and national U.S. orders data of domestic and imported machine tools and related equipment.
NIST's Michael Molnar kicks off inaugural imX summit.
National Institute of Standards & Technology    Gaithersburg, MD 20899-1070
September 14, 2011 Michael Molnar delivered his first public address as Chief Manufacturing Officer for NIST at U.S. Department of Commerce at inaugural Interactive Manufacturing Experience (imX) industry summit. Specifically, Molnar spoke about U.S. Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (AMP) and Advanced Manufacturing Technology Consortia (AMTech). Molnar's new position makes him NIST's central point of contact with the White House, the Department of Commerce, and other agencies related to manufacturing.
AASHTO Applauds Congress for supporting transportation funding.
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials    Washington, DC 20001
September 14, 2011 AASHTO supports efforts by both houses of Congress to advance proposal to extend current surface transportation program as well as aviation programs at current funding levels. According to AASHTO's John Horsley, this extension will let state DOTs "continue to deliver jobs for our nation's economy while maintaining the funding continuity needed to operate and maintain a national transportation system." Sen. Boxer and Rep. Mica were congratulated for their leadership and support.
NTSB makes safety recommendations to NHTSA.
National Transportation Safety Board    Washington, DC 20594
September 14, 2011 According to NTSB, the NHTSA should develop stability control system performance standards for commercial vehicles and buses with GVW rating greater than 10,000 lb. Administration should also establish minimum rollover performance standards, based on least stable condition operated, for all new cargo tank motor vehicles with GVW greater than 10,000 lb, and evaluate effect of emergency maneuvers on sloshing and surging of bulk liquids with various densities in partially filled US DOT cargo tanks.
ICUEE 2011 Advance Registration is extended to September 23.
Association of Equipment Manufacturers    Milwaukee, WI 53214
September 14, 2011 ICUEE 2011 advance registration saves 50% of onsite fee and offers reduced advance education session fees as well. To be held in Louisville, KY from October 4-6, ICUEE (International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition) is already set to offer nearly 1.12 million net ft² of exhibit space taken by 800+ companies. While downloadable reports group together exhibits and education sessions by key industry segments, online interactive show planner and map.
DOE Transmission Corridor Authority Transfer supported by NEMA.
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)    Rosslyn, VA 22209
September 14, 2011 Citing commitment to improving regulatory environment for planning, development, siting, and construction of transmission infrastructure, NEMA supports transfer of certain directives regarding transmission corridors authorized under Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct05) from Department of Energy (DOE) to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). NEMA supports draft proposal that would put into one agency all EPAct05 authorities related to improving interstate transmission infrastructure.
PMMI's Online Forums foster industry-specific connections.
PMMI Inc.    Reston, VA 20190
September 13, 2011 PMMI's Connected Communities provides online forum where professionals with packaging- and processing-related responsibilities in range of core industries can connect year-round. Connected Communities will launch with 4 community sites tailored to specific industry markets: confectionery, baking and snack, pharmaceutical, and general packaging and processing. Each will include features that connect industries with tailored news, insight, and discussions.
NTSB Safety Recommendations aim to decrease vehicle rollover.
National Transportation Safety Board    Washington, DC 20594
September 13, 2011 With articles H-11-18 through -20, NTSB made several recommendations to AASHTO. These recommendations concern working with Federal Highway Administration to evaluate vehicle design characteristics specific to rollover thresholds of heavy trucks, developing best practices in highway design, developing and implementing best practices to aid identification of locations that pose rollover hazard, and developing guidance for bridge pier protection program.
NTSB Details Recommendations to Motor Carrier Safety Admin.
National Transportation Safety Board    Washington, DC 20594
September 13, 2011 For H-11-2, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is to work with Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, as appropriate, to develop and disseminate guidance that will assist hazardous materials carriers in implementing comprehensive cargo tank motor vehicle rollover prevention programs. Recommendation H-11-3 requires all in-use cargo tank trailers with gross vehicle weight rating greater than 10,000 lb to be retrofitted with rollover stability control system.
IAM&AW and AIA oppose cuts to aerospace and defense.
Aerospace Industries Association    Arlington, VA 22209-3928
September 13, 2011 On Sept 1, International Association of Machinists and AIA sent a letter to President Obama urging him to preserve aerospace and defense industry and its high-skilled workforce. Letter argued that the contribution of aerospace to the national bottom line - $214.5 billion in sales and $51.2 billion trade surplus in 2010 - cannot be taken for granted. Cuts to defense, the end of shuttle program, and delays to FAA's Next Generation Air Transportation System all threaten America's global leadership.
Emergency Fuel Waiver has been approved for Pennsylvania.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)    Washington, DC 20460
September 13, 2011 Resulting from Buckeye Pipeline shutdown caused by severe flooding, U.S. EPA exercised its authority under Clean Air Act to temporarily waive certain federal clean gasoline requirements for parts of Pennsylvania. This will promote flexibility, allowing fuel distribution system to support adequate supply until normal supply can be restored. Specifically, waiver concerns 7.8 psi low RVP requirements that apply in Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area.
I Make America announces winners of photo contest.
Association of Equipment Manufacturers    Milwaukee, WI 53214
September 13, 2011 AEM and I Make America campaign announced 4 winners of the Picture a Better America Photo Contest designed to make a visual case to Congress for urgently needed infrastructure investment in the U.S. Winners included One Bumpy Ride by Julia Hoskins of Dexter, OR; When We Work, Things Work by Nicholas Klisch of Rapid City, SD; Our Many Faces by Christine Perkins of Manitowoc, WI; and America Grows Here by Macie Perry of Moreland, GA.
Consumer Retail Experience to debut at PACK EXPO Las Vegas.
PMMI Inc.    Reston, VA 20190
September 12, 2011 To demonstrate how package design influences consumer buying decisions at the point of purchase, PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2011 will introduce the Consumer Retail Experience. Interactive feature, created by Clemson University and sponsored by Kodak, will use digital eye tracking technology to track what participants look at or were persuaded by as they walk through simulated retail environment against what they purchase. Following EXPO, Clemson University will release reports summarizing findings.
Mind-Controlled Bionic Limbs hold promise and are in demand.
Institute Of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Inc., The (IEEE)    Piscataway, NJ 08855
September 12, 2011 According to bionic limb experts at IEEE, distinction between science fiction and reality is increasingly becoming blurred. Bionic limbs, powered by the brain itself, are now giving patients ability to regain use of amputated limbs via prosthetics. Given recent advances in wearable mechanical technology, IEEE experts believe that within 15 years doctors will be able to create full mechanical limb that replicates majority of natural movements.
NASA Radio Program to feature highlights and inspire innovation.
NASA    Moffett Field, CA 94035
September 12, 2011 NASA and National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) are launching national radio program and podcast series that features stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies, and people behind concepts shaping future. Comprised of 90 sec radio segments, Innovation Now series debuts September 1 online and on WHRV 89.5 FM in Norfolk, VA. Program producers draw upon expertise within NASA and NIA and tap into creativity of strategic partners such as NASA's Office of the Chief Technologist.
Hand Soldering Competition will determine best of Midwest.
IPC-Association Connecting Electronics Industries    Bannockburn, IL 60015
September 12, 2011 First Annual IPC Midwest Soldering Competition, taking place in Schaumburg, IL from September 21-22, will pit competitors against each other to build functional electronics assembly within 30 min time limit. So far, 21 competitors from 15 companies have responded, and only 3 slots remain open for additional participants. Assemblies will be judged on soldering in accordance with IPC-A-610E Class 3 criteria, speed at which assembly was produced, and overall electrical functionality.
LION Senior Vice President presenting at MESA Conference.
MESA International    Chandler, AZ 85226
September 12, 2011 The 2011 MESA Conference, scheduled for Sept. 19-21, revolves around the theme "Cloudy with a Chance for Profits." LION subsidiary LVI and MESA International have announced that Andrew T (Terry) Smith will present at 11:00 am on Sept 21 to discuss the approach LVI used to reinvent its supply chain to achieve "Best of Breed" capabilities. Results changed LVI's competitive position in the marketplace by dramatically increasing throughput, decreasing costs, and enhancing customer satisfaction.

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