Augmented reality company Edgybees has been providing its AR software for drones, which are being used by first responders in the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
SMB Bearings discuss how we are looking towards a manual labour-friendly future, what exoskeletal technology can do for us, and how to help equip ourselves for its industrial and medical applications.
Dialog Semiconductor announce a Bluetooth low energy TPMS sensor: an electronic subsystem for monitoring the air pressure and temperature within automobile tyres, alerting drivers of improperly-inflated tyres or other safety information in real time.
Stretchable electronics can now serve as an artificial skin: this robotic hand can sense the difference between hot and cold, while also offering advantages for a wide range of biomedical devices.
Researchers have designed a novel organic material of superior electrical conductivity and energy retention for battery applications, paving the way for the development of ultra-stable, high capacity and environment-friendly rechargeable batteries.
BAE Systems engineers have developed a low cost, lightweight, flexible system that can block dangerous laser light, protecting pilots and flight crew from hostile attacks.