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  1. Sateliot Partners With Sensefinity To Launch 5G IoT Satellite Technology

    Jan
    27
    2023

    The introduction of the Internet of Things (IoT) plays a significant role in ensuring that devices operate smoothly and consistently. We may now picture cranes and specialized vehicles or containers being connected to the internet. Sateliot, a worldwide satellite operator, announced a collaboration with Sensefinity, an AI-focused IT solution provider, to deploy 5G IoT technologies. […]

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  2. AI-enabled Devices Will Be the Future Of Cancer Treatment

    Jan
    23
    2023

    Researchers have developed various Ai systems in recent years that can diagnose cancer from photos with greater speed, accuracy, and even more information. This has sparked a lot of interest in the sector. Novocure, a global oncology business, announced earlier this week the completion of a successful trial using tumor-treating electric fields in the treatment […]

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  3. Ground-Breaking Shock-Absorbing Material Can Withstand Supersonic Impacts

    Jan
    12
    2023

    Researchers at the University of Kent have developed an innovative shock-absorbing material capable of absorbing supersonic projectile impacts. Scientists foresee this material could revolutionize both the defense and planetary science sectors. Led by Professors Ben Goult and Jen Hiscock, the team has explored the natural shock-absorbing abilities of a protein called talin for this research. […]

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  4. IATA Sets Positive Expectations For Profitable Goals In 2023

    Jan
    10
    2023

    As nations around the world mull easing limitations imposed by the Covid-19, global tourism is projected to resume this year, suggesting revenue growth in the aviation industry. After three years of upheaval, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) is anticipating favorable shifts in the aerospace industry as we head into the new year. In an […]

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  5. Stuttgart Airport Now Offers Driverless Valet Parking Service

    Jan
    03
    2023

    The Stuttgart Airport in Germany now offers complete, fully-autonomous valet parking services for customers that are using the P6 parking operated by APCOA. The “Automated Valet Parking” service started after the German Federal Motor Transport Authority granted approval to Bosch and Mercedes-Benz. Vehicles that are able to use this service are the Mercedes EQS, and […]

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  6. BMW Now Builds the iX5 – A Hydrogen-Powered SUV

    Dec
    09
    2022

    The German car manufacturer BMW Group begins with a low-volume production and testing of the iX5 – an X5-based SUV with a fuel-cell system and an electric motor. The SUV was preliminarily presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2019, but will start with actual testing in real-life conditions in 2023 in selected regions. As […]

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  7. Robots Can Now Sew Your Jeans

    Dec
    09
    2022

    The development of sewing robots, which are now capable of literally sewing your jeans, marks a significant step forward in the movement toward automation that is taking place in the apparel industry. The American clothing company Levi’s is developing robots in charge of sewing its notorious jeans. When put into practice, these robots, however, are […]

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  8. Qatar: Expansion of Hamad International Airport

    Dec
    02
    2022

    Ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, the Doha Hamad International Airport (HIA), the country’s largest airport, unveiled a beautiful and massive indoor forest-like garden at the center of the new terminal. This expansion will contribute to a beautiful, breathtaking, and unique passenger experience during their stay at this airport. Additionally, the new […]

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  9. NASA’s Artemis Blasts Off: A Return to The Moon

    Nov
    29
    2022

    NASA’s Artemis Moon mission, the most powerful and inspirational space mission in 2022, was successfully launched on November 16. The Artemis 1 mission, carrying out the Space Launch System (SLS) and the Orion spacecraft lifted off the launchpad at Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 1:47 a.m. Eastern time Wednesday. The launch is part of […]

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  10. Waymo to Offer Driverless Taxis in San Francisco

    Nov
    22
    2022

    Waymo recently launched a round-the-clock driverless passenger transport service in San Francisco. The launch of the service was presented after the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) permitted Waymo to participate in the Driverless Pilot program for autonomous passenger transport services. Therefore, Waymo can deliver such services in San Francisco, as well as in parts of […]

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  11. H2FLY: New Milestone for Zero-Emission Flying Achieved

    Nov
    18
    2022

    The German company H2FLY with its partners successfully passed the vibration and Leakage Test at Air Liquide. H2FLY is a developer of fuel cell technology and integrated a liquid hydrogen tank into the HY4 aircraft. This presents an important step for their Project HEAVEN program and for achieving zero-emission commercial flights operation. The company is […]

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  12. Delving into The Popular Heat-Treating Methods of Specialty Alloys

    Oct
    27
    2022

    Heat treating boosts a metal’s workability, which helps manufacturers modify metals to meet the specific requirements of an application. Critical in manufacturing high-quality products, this thermal process involves heating a metal to near or just above its critical temperature, holding it there for a time, and then cooling the metal in a medium, such as […]

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  13. Supply Chain Recovers But Weather Poses New Threat

    Oct
    21
    2022

    According to new supply chain data, a long-standing supply chain disruption is showing indications of recovery. The cause for this is a decline in demand in European countries as a result of the global economic crisis. According to CNBC, maritime container freight prices, which reached record highs during the pandemic’s peak, are gradually declining. Furthermore, […]

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  14. RAM 1500 EcoDiesel: Last Opportunity to Purchase the V6

    Sep
    28
    2022

    Loyal diesel RAM lovers have the last opportunity to buy the innovative diesel version of the RAM 1500 Pickup, as the company announced the production stop of the turbocharged EcoDiesel V6. The production is expected to stop in January 2023, after almost 10 years of manufacturing. However, customers can still place orders for the diesel […]

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  15. EU North Seas Summit: A New Ambitious Offshore Wind Goal

    Sep
    22
    2022

    In a recent Summit in Dublin, ministers and officials from 9 European countries signed a declaration for fast deployment of offshore wind energy in the North Seas, as well as the Irish and Celtic Seas, that will accelerate Europe’s energy independence. The North Seas Energy Cooperation (NSEC) has 9 member countries: Belgium, Germany, France, Denmark, […]

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