Monthly Archives: May 2014

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    2016 Raptor™ Training

    What: Raptor™ Training, led by our team of experienced system engineers, provides a hands-on training experience which enables the new practitioner to gain familiarity with the tool chain by building, deploying, calibrating, and refining a real world control application example. The purpose of this course is to introduce users to Raptor ECU-Based Rapid Prototyping and general… read more

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    MathWorks Automotive Conference 2014

    May 13, 2014 The MathWorks Automotive Conference 2014, ST. Johns Inn, Plymouth, MI Please visit us at the MathWorks Automotive Conference to discuss the launch of the Raptor™ Platform, a new product line for complex, “Intelligent Machines”. Raptor includes the tools and products to build a better system.  Highlights of Raptor include our new Parker… read more

  • 2014 2Q eNews

    2014 2QNews

    Spring is finally here, and with it, opportunities to solve your control system development needs. This edition highlights automated testing, training opportunities, and new controller, display, and telematics products. Next week, come see us at ACT Expo 2014 (Booth #960) in Long Beach, CA or at The MathWorks Automotive Conference  May 13th, in Plymouth, MI to see demonstrations of our… read more

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    ACT Expo 2014

    May 5-8, 2014 Alternative Clean Transportation Expo, Long Beach Convention Center, CA Please visit us at the ACT Expo Booth #960 to discuss our control solutions for Alternative Fuel Systems, Electric Propulsion Systems, and the launch of the Raptor™ Platform, a new product line for complex, “Intelligent Machines”. Raptor includes the tools and products to… read more

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    MAY 2014 WEBINAR: AUTOMATED TESTING

    In this webinar New Eagle presented the automated testing platform New Eagle Automated Testing (NEAT) for Motohawk and Raptor™ models that greatly improves the effectiveness and speed of software verification. This webinar was originally presented May 15, 2014. Please find this presentation here: