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.
The next evolutionary step of IoT will lead to the omnipresence of high-performance voice control, and Infineon Technologies AG wants to further develop its capabilities to shape this market segment.
Leading IT security company Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity have announced the availability of its new Bitcoin protocol classification capabilities, provided by the deep packet inspection (DPI) engine R&S PACE 2.
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.
Lighting specialist Glamox has helped glamorise two Color Line cruise ships, Color Fantasy and Color Magic, by supplying environmentally-friendly AL45 LED strip lighting, installed in the upper deck railings.
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.
Enabling the clearest contrast effect for pattern recognition of the iris, the NIR-C19M series from EVERLIGHT Electronics offers a precise and quick process with very strong heat dissipation.
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth module series provide unmatched connectivity, and improve network efficiency and spectrum use – while enabling optimal mobile device performance.
Segway has announced two new self-balancing personal transporters to be added to their consumer product line: the Segway miniLITE and the miniPLUS.
Renewable Energy experts are developing a new technique that could accelerate the widespread introduction of net-zero energy buildings through the latest Building Integrated Photovoltaics.
Researchers are developing an app that could allow self-screening for pancreatic cancer and other diseases – at the snap of a selfie.
Suggesting a strong future for retail operations, this drone can safely and speedily read RFID tags throughout large warehouses, with more reliability than current stock control methods.
Researchers have applied origami paper-folding principles to construct and actuate mechanisms and machines for potential integration with scalable robots and adaptive structures.
A New Frontiers-class mission concept: as proposed to NASA, the instrumented, radioisotope-powered, dual-quadcopter Dragonfly could search for habitable sites where life could be developed on Titan.
Made in the Midlands has launched the Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) as an online help desk and signposting service, supporting Britain’s manufacturing industry and helping businesses access the right information to grow.
Gatwick's 'Airport Community' app has been shortlisted for seven national awards, including the Digital Impact Awards. Here’s why.
In keeping with the cricket season, University of Bath researchers have helped develop a virtual reality game in which cricket fans can try out their batting skills.
Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and Google have presented a new system that can automatically retouch images in the style of a professional photographer.
As selected by marine intelligence tools developer OpenROV, Trident – the commercially-available underwater drone – uses RTI Connext DDS as its connectivity platform.
Vanderbilt University engineers have found an effective, electromechanical alternative to the often impractical (or just plain ungainly) wearable products that treat back pain.