1 million cars globally due to a faulty engine control system, in one of its biggest ever single recalls, and more than half a million over a steering column ahead of the recall announcement.
What does ECS stand for?
ECS stands for Engine Control System (clean air system)
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We have 608 other meanings of ECS in our Acronym Attic
- Encapsulated Coordinate System
- Encarta Class Server (Microsoft)
- Encryption Control Signal
- Endocannabinoid System Network (lipids)
- Energy Charter Secretariat (Energy Charter Treaty)
- Energy Community Secretariat (Energy Community Regulatory Board)
- Energy Conservation Services (various locations)
- Energy Control System
- Energy Conversion Subsystem
- Engagement Control Station
- Engineering & Computer Simulations, Inc (Orlando, Florida)
- Engineering and Computer Science
- Engineering Center Steyr (Austria)
- Engineering Change Support
- Engineering Control System
- Enhanced Chip Set (Amiga)
- Enhanced Chukka Shoe (Navy Boondocker)
- Enhanced Comfort System (Thomasville furniture)
- Enhanced Control Server (Lucent)
- Enterprise Car Sales
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] System Components An electronic engine control system has a number of new components you won't find in a cable control engine setup.
July 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Engine Control Systems Limited (ECS), a Catalytic Solutions, Inc.
Colin Smith, Director - Engineering & Technology, Rolls-Royce plc said: "This proposed joint venture would allow us to align our activities more closely, and reflects the importance we attach to the engine control system in optimising engine performance.
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, August 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Goodrich Corporation (NYSE: GR) has appointed Marc Duvall President of its Engine Control Systems business, reporting to Cindy Egnotovich, Segment President, Engine Systems.
If you look at what we have done with ultrasonic welding, for example, or engine control systems and the way we have adapted NeuroNet throughout our electronic controls, we are doing things that small manufacturers simply could not do--so it's very healthy.
Rolls-Royce said the US-based Goodrich Corporation, which has engine control systems operations in Birmingham, would become a risk and revenues haring partner on its Trent 1000 engine project for the 7E7 aircraft.
Army to develop a single part number common control with the processing power to contain multiple application software packages, address electronics obsolescence issues, provide a work station-like platform for improved engine health condition monitoring, and reduce engine control system recurring and logistics costs.