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Society of Automotive Engineers

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    • us: S.A.E. (Society of Automotive Engineers : -November 2006)
    • us: SAE International (Society : -November 2006)
    • us: SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers : -November 2006)
    • us: Society of Aerospace Engineers ( -November 2006)
    • us: Society of Automobile Engineers (U.S. : -November 2006)
    • us: Society of Automotive Engineering ( -November 2006)
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  • Sources

    • found: Its Transactions, June 24, 1912.
    • found: Rider-passenger protection in motorcycle collisions, c1990: t.p. (Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc.) p. 4 of cover (SAE International)
    • found: Advances in safety technology 1999, [1999]: title page (Published by: Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. ... Warrendale, PA) title page verso (© Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc.) page 4 of cover (SAE International ® The engineering society for advancing mobility - land, sea, air, and space)
    • found: Society of Automotive Engineers. Organizational identity and branding manual, 2002: page 1 (Public perception and feedback over the years, however, has indicated that the word "automotive" in most English-speaking regions connotes automobile-related and therefore does not adequately represent all of our constituents and activities. Today, the name SAE International stands for a global organization that includes a number of customer groups in all forms of mobility. We will therefore use the name SAE International in lieu of the outdated Society of Automotive Engineers format. ... The Society's name has three forms*: SAE (no periods), SAE International, Society of Automotive Engineers. *The official name "Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc." exists only in legal documentation for incorporation purposes, but this format should never be used in any business context by any employee. It is essential to always use the correct name when referring to the organization. Below are some common incorrect descriptions of our brand: The SAE, The Society of Automobile Engineers, The Society of Automotive Engineering, The Society of Aerospace Engineers) page 2 (References to copyright on all new publications and web pages should read, © [current year] SAE International. All rights reserved. Many existing publications spell out the full name Society of Automotive Engineers in this context. Changes should only be made to new documents and those being reprinted) {}
    • found: Accident reconstruction 2004, 2004: title page (SAE International. Published by: Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc.) title page verso (copyright ©2004 SAE International)
    • found: SAE International (Society). Annual report, 2007: page 44 (SAE International (SAE) is a not-for-profit corporation originally organized and incorporated in 1905 under the laws of New York and reincorporated in 1986 under the laws of Pennsylvania. In November 2006, SAE changed its name from the Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. to SAE International. SAE is a technical society aimed at developing, collecting, and disseminating on a worldwide basis the knowledge of mobility technologies in order to advance these fields and their practitioners in a manner which serves humanity) {}
    • found: Electronic engine controls 2009, 2009: title page (SAE International. Published by SAE International ... Warrendale, PA) title page verso (© 2009 SAE International) page 4 of cover (SAE International)
    • notfound: Society of Automobile Engineers (U.S.). Transactions, Vol. 5 (1910), surrogate:t.p. (Society of Automobile Engineers; New York);E-mail sent to SAE International on 2/27/14 asking for information about the history and usage of its corporate name(s). No response received as of 4/28/14.
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Unused subdivision: Maintenance Methods Coordinating Committee of Transportation and Maintenance Activity]
    • [AACR 1 form: Society of Automotive Engineers]
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-09-30: new
    • 2014-12-19: revised
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