• Microsoft retrieved its underwater datacenter after two years of deployment

    The datacenter was retrieved from the seafloor off Scotland's Orkney Islands. Algae, barnacles and sea anemones grew on the datacenter. (Image Credit: Jonathan Banks)   Microsoft completed its years-long experim...
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  • Microsoft reveals findings from Project Natick, its experimental undersea datacenter

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  • Sloths Inspired A Breakthrough in Environmental Study

    Another robot was built to help scientists deepen their study of climate change, and this time they want to slow down the process. Team of researchers surrounding the Slothbot. (image credit: Georgia Tech) Most people...
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  • Georgia Tech deploys SlothBot in Atlanta Botanical Garden

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  • Pepper: A Robot To Reduce Loneliness

    Scientists created a robot that can hold basic conversations, and a study discovered that when the robot is put in care homes, it improved the mental health of the residents. This is the robot "Pepper," the new robot ...
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  • Delta HMI RS485 Floating Point for Guage(Meter)

    Hello Members, Asking hello to all after a long time break from the forum. I am back here after almost 2-3 years. Now onward I am going to reactive in the blog. Today's question is about the HMI Screen design and sh...
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  • Is Industrial Automation Ready for 5G?

    5G is starting to being rolled out on telecom networks so consumers can take advantage of faster speeds and low latency is they can see and do amazing stuff on their treasured smartphones. But what about 5G in the ind...
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  • Waymo prepares to roll out self-driving trucks in Texas

    Waymo is ready to deploy its autonomous trucks on Texas interstates. Is this the future of trucking? (Image credit: Waymo)   Don't be surprised the next time you see a semi-truck on the road, and there's no driv...
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  • Japan’s first manned flying car takes flight

    SkyDrive’s flying eVTOL car stayed airborne for 10 minutes, lifted ten feet in the air. (Image credit: SkyDrive)   It’s 2020, and we still don’t have the flying cars and hoverboards as promised...
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  • Researchers develop an army of microscopic robots that could move inside a human body

    The microscopic robots measure just 5 microns thick, 40 microns wide and 40 to 70 microns long, which are too small to be seen by the naked eye. (Image Credit: Criss Hohmann)   Researchers at Penn Engineering an...
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  • March of the microscopic robots

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  • World’s tiniest robot, RoBeetle, runs on methanol

    RoBeetle is the world’s lightest and smallest microbot that can run on alcohol to move forward. (Image Credit: University of Southern California)   Batteries usually power robots, but this can be problema...
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  • RoBeetle: A Micro Robot Powered by Liquid Fuel

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  • NoTraffic deploys AI-based traffic platform in Phoenix

    NoTraffic's system ensures the driver has a safe and efficient journey on the road by detecting blind spots, pedestrians and other road assets. (Image Credit: NoTraffic, YouTube)   I want to see this everywhere....
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  • Introduction to NoTraffic

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  • CaseCrawler carries a smartphone to a wireless charging pad for you

    CaseCrawler scampers over to a wireless charging pad whenever it’s placed on a desk. (Image Credit: SNU BioRobotics Lab/YouTube)   Until now, we usually wouldn’t expect our phone to get up and scampe...
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  • CaseCrawler: A Lightweight and Low-Profile Crawling Phone Case Robot

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  • Are we reaching the limits of artificial intelligence?

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is so obtainable for anyone these days. Take a look at the “AI at the edge” series from element14 here.   Some researchers believe we’re approaching the limits o...
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  • Are You Interested in IoT Sensors? Then Take a Look at the STWIN SensorTile Wireless Node Dev Kit

    Sensors are the ears, eye, noses, fingers and taste of IoT systems. No one could build cyber physical systems without them.   Many dev kits are based around environmental sensors, e.g., Build your Weather stati...
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  • Japan’s gigantic 60-ft Gundam robot took its first steps

    This colossal Gundam robot, which is 60-ft tall, took its first steps in a test walk. The robot is expected to weigh 25 tons and has 24 degrees of freedom once it’s complete. (Image Credit: Gundam Factory Yokoha...
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