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SAE International is a global association of more than 138,000 engineers and related technical experts in the aerospace, automotive and commercial-vehicle industries. The SAE Oregon chapter is the local, grass roots implementation, catering to the specific, unique attributes of the Northwest.
Come join us at our next SAE Oregon event!
The EV Roadmap Conference has established itself as one of the leading electric vehicle conferences in the United States and provides a graduate course in electric vehicle deployment and business strategy. Widespread electric vehicle adoption requires a supportive ecosystem of stakeholders, from utilities and local governments to vehicle OEMs, charging providers, interest groups, and[…]
DESCRIPTION Join SAE Oregon for an evening with PolySync as a continuation of our evening technical event series (meal included with ticket purchase). There are numerous discussions currently orbiting the idea of the “brain” of an automated driving vehicle (ADV). Machine learning and the neural networks required to perform decision making in real time are[…]
DESCRIPTION “The Ecosystem for Engineering Design is developed herein as an immersive CAE tool for comprehensive design process support that facilitates the elimination of these sources of design inefficiency. In addition, the Ecosystem promotes rigid adherence to phase-appropriate design process activities increasing productivity.” – 2017-01-1324 excerpt Our speaker, Baldur Steingrimsson, holds the position of Research[…]
DESCRIPTION Advanced and Additive Manufacturing (AM) has seen an explosion in investment, growth, and development in the last decade. For metals alone, AM means a shift from mold-based component concepts and the constraints that go with them to rapid iteration, development of ideas with full geometric freedom. Advantages include faster processing times, lower-cost components, and a level[…]
flyer version! GD&T Seminar(s) Level 1 – GD&T Fundamentals Seminar, 2.5 days | March 6th – 8th 2017 Level 2 – GD&T Applications Seminar, 2.5 days | April 10th -12th 2017 Level 4 – Tolerance Analysis Seminar, 2.5 days | May 8th -10th 2017 Instructor Bryan R. Fischer of Advanced Dimensional Management LLC (a division of Sigmetrix[…]
DESCRIPTION Matt Pfaffenbach, the Director of Telematics at Daimler Trucks North America, will discuss how tractor-trailers are becoming a part of our connected world and the overarching implications this has on transportation as a whole. “WE’RE MOVING INTO the age of the connected vehicle. And as excited as we might be to have cars[…]
What: Jaguar Land Rover Tech Incubator When: Tuesday, November 29th, 6:00-8:00pm Where: JLR Tech Incubator (guests enter along Quimby, just east of 15th) 1418 NW 14th Avenue Portland, Oregon 97209 Details: Danielle Alexander, General Manager at the Jaguar Land Rover Tech Incubator will talk about the Incubator program that launched this last January and what’s ahead. Magnus Feuer, Head[…]
Students of all ages, advisors, faculty, team sponsors, CDS alumni, and SAE members are invited to come experience the CDS vehicles and speak with the people who made them. Please see the PDF below for details on the event! Student Night Flyer
Our Speaker – Matt Cummins Date: Friday – November 11th, 2016 Where: Daimler Trucks North America – 4555 N. Channel Ave. Portland Or Event Description: This is Matt Cummins’ second scaled radio controlled boat project. He will take us through the steps to build a 1/32 scale radio controlled model of a US fleet submarine: Contour drawings[…]
Date: Thursday, June 16 FLIR Systems, Inc., headquartered in Wilsonville, Oregon, is the world leader in design, manufacture, and marketing of thermal imaging infrared cameras. Bruce Ellison will be discussing thermal imagining theory and applications which are used at FLIR for their wide variety of thermal imaging equipment, ranging from handheld personal use devices[…]