The professional association of transportation-industry engineers. The SAE sets most auto-industry standard for the testing, measuring, and designing of automobiles and their components.
S. A. E. An organization of professional engineers and others which sets standards for such things as lubricants, fasteners, etc., and promotes research in automotive science.
SAE) A professional association that among other things establishes industry "standards" for tools and repairs, including A/C service procedures, recovery, recycling and leak detection equipment, refrigerant purity, etc.
A group known for publishing research papers and defining various standards of measurement.
(SAE) A one-stop resource for technical information and expertise used in designing, building, maintaining and operating self-propelled vehicles for use on land or sea, in air or space.Â Standard positioning service (SPS) A civilian version of the GPS.
Provides standards for wiring of most low voltage DC systems in the U.S. (i.e. autos & RVs). Automotive type fusing, battery cables, & batteries are usually SAE approved, but may not be UL listed.
A professional organization that set the standards that the EPA adopted for OBD and OBDII.
SAE International (SAE) is a professional organization for mobility engineering professionals in aerospace, automotive and the commercial vehicle industries. The Society is a standards development organization for the engineering of powered vehicles of all kinds, including cars, trucks, boats, aircraft and others.