UCSD: Underwater robots developed by researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego offer scientists an extraordinary new tool to study ocean currents and the tiny creatures they transport. Swarms of these underwater robots helped answer some basic questions about the most abundant life forms in the ocean—plankton. Scripps research oceanographer Jules Jaffe designed and built the miniature autonomous underwater explorers, or M-AUEs, to study small-scale environmental processes taking place in the ocean. The ocean-probing instruments are equipped with temperature and other sensors to measure the surrounding ocean conditions while the robots “swim” up and down to maintain a constant depth by adjusting their buoyancy. The M-AUEs could potentially be deployed in swarms of hundreds to thousands to capture a three-dimensional view of the interactions between ocean currents and marine life. Cont'd...
3rd Annual Drone World Expo to Be Held October 3-4, 2017 in San Jose; Speaker Proposals Now Be Accepted for Educational Program
Outstanding Advisory Board to Guide Development of Conference
TraceParts publishes its annual activity report on the use of pneumatic components in design projects
In 2016, industrial design professionals downloaded thousands of CAD files of pneumatic components from the TraceParts Publishing Network.
The logical question arises then--if the thing is going to pick me up and take me from point A to Point B; why even buy a car, since 90 plus percent of the time it's just sitting and losing value?
Clearpath Robotics is recognized by IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS) for Jackal mobile robot
Winners of global virtual hackathon announced
The Moral Machine takes lessons from global leaders at Davos
Join Tesla, Caterpilla & Mercedes-Benz at the Machine Intelligence in Autonomous Vehicles Summit in San Francisco
The global connected car market size is expected to reach $180 billion by 2022. The RE•WORK Machine Intelligence in Autonomous Vehicles Summit will showcase the opportunities of emerging trends in sensors, connected devices, virtual assistants, and vehicle-to-vehicle communications to create connected and cooperative cars.
Liu Zheng for China Daily: A China-made mobile robot is set to begin mass production for consumers later this year. Ninebot (Beijing) Tech Co Ltd, backed by Smartphone maker Xiaomi, unveiled its self-balancing two-wheeled robot on Thursday in Beijing. Named "Loomo", the robot was transformed from the Ninebot Mini series scooter, which was first launched in October 2015, months after the company made an announcement to acquire the 12-year-old US-based balancing-scooter pioneer Segway Inc, and became one of the largest patent holders in the industry. The acquisition followed an $80 million investment in Ninebot by Xiaomi, Sequoia Capital and other investors. Cont'd...
As innovation in agriculture technology continues to accelerate, AgFunder is highlighting twenty companies and three accelerators for their leadership in innovation.
Alma Mundi Ventures is a venture capital firm focused on technology-based companies, which emphasizes business to business models that are raising their series A or B rounds. They invest between $500,000 and $5 million in each company through their first fund.
Demand for Automated Vision Guided Vehicles Continues to Drive Seegrid's Rapid Expansion
Robart Wows the North American Market and Partners with Its Low Cost Artificial Intelligence Robotic Unit at CES 2017
Robart Demonstrated its Innovative Artificial Intelligence "Brain" Created for the Production of Mass Market Robots at CES 2017
New Study Reveals Self-Driving Cars Could Open 2 Million Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities
Ruderman White Paper on Self-Driving Car Technologies: The Impact on People with Disabilities shows that mitigating transportation-related obstacles for individuals with disabilities would also save $19 billion in annual healthcare expenditures
Companies are reinventing themselves, looking at their business in a new way with regards to how can they be a disrupter, and how they can prevent being disrupted - and this opens up deal flow.
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