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The Monospinner, developed at ETH Zurich’s Institute for Dynamic Systems and Control (IDSC), boasts being the “mechanically simplest controllable flying machine in existence,” integrating only one moving part: the rotating propeller...
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5.2.2016
3:05pm
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Inside the clean room at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, the golden James Webb Space Telescope is viewed from overhead with its secondary mirror booms stowed. In the next few months, engineers...
by NASA
5.2.2016
11:02am
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Raindrops attenuate propagation of electromagnetic waves. This physical phenomenon is now made use of by meteorologists of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT): Using a specially developed software...
by Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
5.2.2016
10:55am
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Cybersecurity researchers at the University of Michigan were able to hack into the leading "smart home" automation system and essentially get the PIN code to a home's front door...
by University of Michigan
5.2.2016
10:52am
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SV Microwave manufactures a large variety of solderless precision RF connectors in high frequency bands including the mmWave frequencies. SV offers a variety of cost effective coaxial PCB...
5.2.2016
10:47am
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Ask any wireless engineer what their ideal environment would be for deploying a network of wirelessly-connected devices, and you’ll get an answer that doesn’t exist in the real world: A completely open space...
by Bob Monroe, Director of Field Applications Engineering, Laird and Kris Sidle, Product Development Engineering Manager, Laird
5.2.2016
10:40am
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As part of an international experiment to prepare for human-robotic missions to the Moon, Mars and beyond, British ESA astronaut Tim Peake today successfully controlled, from the ISS, a UK-built rover located ...
by United Kingdom Space Agency
5.2.2016
10:33am
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After launch in June 2012, Carat has helped over 850,000 users, of which 41 per cent have been Android and 59 per cent iOS users, respectively. The new user interface follows modern application design guidelines and presents...
by University of Helsinki
5.2.2016
10:13am
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A powerful combination of observations and computer simulations is giving new clues to how the moon got its mysterious "tattoos" -- swirling patterns of light and dark found at over a hundred locations across the lunar surface...
by NASA
5.2.2016
10:05am
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Earlier this month, the City of Beverly Hills, California passed a resolution to create a program that will use autonomous vehicles as public transportation. The autonomous vehicles will be a part of the planned Purple Line,...
by Jon Dipierro, Sarah Goncalves, Janine E. Mooney, Timothy Morgan
5.2.2016
9:38am
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