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ITS

Abbreviation for:
Independent Tribunal Service (now, the Appeals Service) 
inferior temporal sulcus
Initial Tracing Service  
insulin-transferrin-selenium
intertubercular sulcus
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We designed the facility with a high degree of vertical integration by incorporating the most sophisticated technology for production of aluminum systems and an exceptional high level of finishing," said Tyrone Jordan, President and Chief Operating Officer at DURA Automotive Systems.
In addition to Hitachi Automotive Systems and Hitachi Automotive Systems Asia, PT.
Hitachi Automotive Systems is focusing on the development of its four system businesses; engine management systems, electric powertrain systems, drive control systems, and car information systems, by utilizing its superiority and expertise in electronics technologies.
Now, after a four-year legal battle, the 47-year-old, who worked for KD Freight - a subcontractor of TRW Automotive Systems - has won undisclosed damages after TRW admitted health and safety breaches.
The software will help engineers and designers--often located in different offices around the world--share their product knowledge, said Rolf Hauger, CAx team leader of Fischer Automotive Systems. They can also pass CAD designs back and forth, regardless of platform.
John Taylor, director & general manager Schaeffler (UK) Automotive commented on the acquisition: "The acquisition of Renold Automotive Systems is important because it means the Schaeffler Group now becomes a Tier One supplier of complete chain systems to automotive manufacturers.
A division of Swiss-owned Rieter Group, Rieter Automotive Systems has built a reputation for 'making cars quieter' by providing integrated trim and sound absorbing solutions.
Lord, also a worldwide supplier of commercial magneto-rheological (MR) fluid, devices and systems, has announced a long-term strategic collaboration agreement with MillenWorks, a designer, developer and producer of advanced mobility and automotive systems.
And while native automotive systems will be easier to add and upgrade due to common standards, Infotainment will be a continuing problem because standards change at light speed, automotive is a small and demanding market for consumer electronics companies, and consumers expect their devices to work seamlessly in a vehicle environment that may have been designed years before the device they are using.
DUPONT AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES CONSOLIDATION OF COATINGS LABORATORIES
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