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September 2016
Engineer (00137758);Sep2016, Vol. 297 Issue 7879, p27
The article reports that racing companies like Land Rover BAR, are searching for the help in industry for getting a competitive edge and mentions that current holder of the America's Cup, Oracle Team USA, has been working with aerospace giant aerospace company Airbus on a host of innovation.


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