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Ford sued over fuel injection patent infringement in the F-150 pickup truck


TMC Fuel Injection Systems LLC filed a lawsuit in Philadelphia claiming that Ford Motor Company infringed its patent regarding a fuel injection technology. The technology in question allegedly improves performance while cutting fuel consumption by up to 35 percent. According to the complaint quoted by Bloomberg, the technology addresses performance and fuel waste by increasing the fuel injection dynamic range. The system ...
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TMC and Denso Developed CAN-Gateway ECU Communications Network Device
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Ford Sued for Stealing Technology of the F-150 Fuel Injection System
Ford was sued for stealing a patent for a fuel-injection system it uses for the F-150 truck. The federal complaint was made on Thursday, August 30th, and it states that TMC ...
Toyota Develops Mutual Power Supply System for EVs and Homes
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