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        Almost 50,000 join the Tomorrow's Engineers Week Big Assembly

        Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, now in its sixth year, has come to a close following a record-breaking week of activity – including its Big Assembly, where ~50,000 students simultaneously all took part in the same school assembly, connected by a live video stream and social media.

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        Human gaze-inspired autonomous sensing wins innovation award

        World-leading LiDAR solutions provider RoboSense have announced their being named a CES 2019 Innovation Awards honouree for their human vision-inspired sensing technology: the RoboSense Intelligent Perception LiDAR System (RS-IPLS).

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        The first Mars helicopter – and the motor tech involved

        In 2020, NASA will send a new rover to the Red Planet, which will involve a small helicopter taking the first aerial photos of Mars. This piece from Maxon Motor describes the mission and the Switzerland-built DC motors that control the helicopter’s rotors.

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        EPDT's November 2018 issue is now available!

        This month’s issue contains features on Electromechanical technologies and Medical applications. Our cover story (p6) explores how medtech wearables are transitioning to ‘invisibles’.

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        Clean e-mobility: new battery range for efficient urban scooters

        Forsee Power, the expert in smart battery systems for urban mobility solutions, have announced the market launch of three scooter batteries to support the accelerating growth of clean mobility in Europe and Asia.

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        Editorial: Brief answers to big questions…

        Stephen Hawking’s final book has recently been posthumously published, following the book launch that took place at London’s Science Museum, with a panel of Stephen Hawking's family and peers. Here, EPDT Editor Mark Gradwell discusses the legacy and messages that the Professor has brought to the world...


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