May 11, 2018
The expanded and updated MarineLink™ proprietary database of global boat builders developed by Power Systems Research is ready for distribution.
MarineLink™ now contains data on more than 400 boat builders and marine OEMs in Europe, Eastern Europe, Russia, and North America. It covers the power range from smallest sail drive at 10 kW to super yachts up to 10 MW.
Launched in 1990, MarineLink™ originally included information on all types of European pleasure boats powered with an inboard, sterndrive or sail drive diesel engine (motor boats and yachts, sports >Read more
Apr 13, 2018
Katie Hendricksen, a senior at First Baptist High School, Eagan, Minnesota, is the recipient of the 2019 Power Systems Research $2,500 academic scholarship.
Hendricksen will use the scholarship to study computer science at Bethel University, St. Paul, MN.
"My favorite subject is computer science," says Hendricksen. "It's fun and I can share what I have learned through community outreach."
She participates in the school's robotics program, and she says she loves to ice skate and play the ukulele in her free time.
Power Systems Research has been supporting >Read more
May 30, 2017
MOSCOW--This is second Construction Equipment and Technologies (CTT) fair which has been conducted here under the Bauma brand. More than 500 exhibitors from 27 countries are participating in the show, which covers about 62,000 sq.m. Show officials expect 21 000 visitors from 60 countries to visit the fair.
This 17th annual CTT show is the world's fifth largest fair of construction machinery and equipment, according to show officials >Read more
May 28, 2017
Eagan, Minnesota--The St. Thomas Academy (STA) high school Experimental Vehicle Team (EVT) that's sponsored by Power Systems Research, won its class in the International Shell Eco-Marathon Driver's World Champions held May 28, 2017, in London.
The race was cancelled after the first of four laps due to rain, but STA had the fastest lap in the time trial and was in first place by a wide margin when the race was called. Our team's good fortune this year makes up for our bad luck last year when the STA car crashed while leading the race. >Read more
Nov 25, 2016