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  1. A visit to the EcoCAR team at the Center for Automotive Research at The Ohio State University describing the dSPACE Hardware In the Loop (HIL) system.

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  2. The EcoCAR team from Waterloo, Ontario opened up it's campus to showcase the student challenges towards a greener vehicle technology.

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  3. PSAT is a software tool that will help the automotive engineers of the future build vehicles that are enviromentally friendly and use less fossil fuels

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  4. Over 5000 High School students were introduced to the EcoCAR program at the Detroit Auto Show. Representives from 17 universities talked to the students about advanced vehicle technologies.

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  5. A visit to the EcoCAR team at the Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, FL describing the National Instruments Hardware In the Loop (HIL) system.

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Rising fuel prices, combined with a national obsession for going green are creating fundamental changes in what people expect from their cars. The issues of energy efficiency, global climate change and cleaner air pose challenges across the globe.
To address these concerns the United States Department of Energy, the Government of Canada and General Motors have developed a three-year collegiate advanced vehicle technology


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Rising fuel prices, combined with a national obsession for going green are creating fundamental changes in what people expect from their cars. The issues of energy efficiency, global climate change and cleaner air pose challenges across the globe.
To address these concerns the United States Department of Energy, the Government of Canada and General Motors have developed a three-year collegiate advanced vehicle technology engineering competition to demonstrate and extend the progress toward a common goal: sustainable mobility. More information is available at ecoCARchallenge.org
The competition challenges 17 universities across North America to explore vehicle solutions to minimize energy consumption and reduce emissions. Students use a real-world engineering process, modeled after GM's Global Vehicle Development Process (GVDP) and integrate their advanced technology solutions into a Saturn Vue

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