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Sime Darby Auto ConneXion (SDAC) introduces a quick update for the Ford Ranger XLT Plus variant.
Ford has just unveiled the all-new, fourteenth-generation 2021 Ford F-150 in the US.Starting with the
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Sime Darby Auto ConneXion (SDAC), the sole distributor for Ford vehicles in Malaysia, announced their
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Sime Darby Auto ConneXion (SDAC) is proud to present the smarter and feature packed new Ford Ranger XLT
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A heavily camouflaged Ford Ranger Raptor has been spotted in Thailand amidst testing.
Ford Motor Company and Volkswagen AG signed agreements that expand their global alliance on 10 June 2020
May 2020, Sime Darby Auto Connexion (SDAC) is offering massive savings of up to RM 9,000 for their Ford
Sime Darby Auto ConneXion (SDAC), the sole distributor for Ford in Malaysia, has announced a service
(Model | Gallery)The Ford Ranger is a 4x4 pickup truck that made a global debut back in 2015.
Sime Darby Auto Connexion (SDAC), the official distributor of Ford vehicles in Malaysia has just introduced
The sole distributor of Ford in Malaysia-Sime Darby Auto Connexion, introduced the Ford Ranger Wildtrak
When Ford Performance unleashed the Ford Ranger Raptor, many were disappointed that the pick-up truck
(Model | Gallery) The thinking mans Ford Ranger Raptor Same powertrain as the Ford Ranger Raptor, 213
Last week, we reported that Ford is working together with Volkswagen to develop the next-generation Ranger
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Sime Darby Auto ConneXion (SDAC) is offering attractive savings on selected Ford Ranger Raptor and Ford
Sime Darby Auto ConneXion (SDAC) is offering up some awesome ang pao money when you purchase a Ford Ranger
Sime Darby Auto ConneXion (SDAC), the sole distributor of Ford vehicles in Malaysia, introduced a new
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In the lead-up to its 13-July launch, Ford has released information about the upcoming Bronco.
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I'm not going to lie to you. Most AE programs barely touch on systems engineering, and in any industry job you go in with a BSAE, you will most likely be re-trained to perform the specific tasks your employer wants you to do. With that said, there are plenty of industries that are beginning to see the benefits of Model-Based Systems Engineering, and as a recent graduate you could help them with transforming their older practices by doing a lot of the “grunt work”. Oftentimes this is not very glamorous type of work, but it is crucial, and those who do it can gain a deep understanding of the principles at hand. Understanding why and how to do this new form of SE is likely to be very valuable in the future. Non-AE corporations that are investing considerably in MBSE are (just to name a few) John Deere, Ford, Caterpillar, Volvo, P&G, UTC (UTC is divesting of most of their Aerospace holdings). If you look at who is attending and presenting at INCOSE and similar venues, you may find other companies. These are just the ones I can think of off the top of my head. And just to be clear, many of these companies are implementing world-class capabilities and processes, sometimes leading the charge, so it is not like you will necessarily be sitting in the sidelines while the big AE OEMs are forging the path forward and you are left in the dust. For an interesting application, look at what P&G did for their Pringles manufacturing. To give you some context, they used HPCs to do CFD analysis of their chips about 15 years ago. Why you ask? Because they make so many of them, and those things come out so fast, that they are practically flying down the production line. They need to maximize the speed at which they make them without having them all fly off the conveyor belt. So they have a serious value proposition problem to optimize, and therefore are willing to spend some serious effort in understanding the properties of the chips. They also do serious engineering analysis of their packaging. And that is just what heard in passing many years ago, so I'm sure they are doing even cooler things these days. Update: fixed typos and added carriage returns.