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  • Unmanned Submersibles deployed by the Navy in Argentine Submarine Search

    NAVAL STATION MAYPORT, Fla., Nov. 21, 2017 — The Navy has sent unmanned submerged vehicles to take an interest in the search for the Argentine navy submarine A.R.A. San Juan, which is missing in South Atlantic waters. The equipment involves one Bluefin-12D (Deep) UUV and three Iver 580 UUVs,...
  • Galaxy S9 Probably Won’t Comprise Samsung’s Most Prominent New Technology

    SAMSUNG’S Galaxy S9 looks set to be launched appropriate on time one year from now and could be the smartphone to beat however there’s one new advancement it in, all likelihood won’t include. Samsung’s Galaxy S9 will be a champion among the most predicted smartphones in 2018. The futuristic...
  • Space Nation ‘Asgardia’ just launched its first satellite

    In the event that you’re getting to be plainly exhausted of Earth with all its breathable air and gravity, there may soon be a home for you among the stars. Everything considered, at any rate in a soul. Asgardia has successfully gotten a satellite into orbit, in this way...
  • FAA Approves application of Drone As ‘Cell Phone Tower In The Sky’ For Puerto Rico

    The FAA revealed it has approved a drone that can act as a flying cell phone tower to help restore cellular service in Puerto Rico. The Drone is known as the Flying COW, for Cell on Wings. Made by AT&T, it flies up to 200 feet above the ground...
  • Boston Dynamics’ Atlas Ready To Execute Backflips

    ATLAS, THE HULKING humanoid robot from Boston Dynamics, now does backflips. I’ll reiterate that. It’s an unwieldy humanoid that reverses backflips. Take a look at the video underneath, in light of the fact that it shows a hulking humanoid doing backflips. Additionally, that is after it bounces from platform...
  • Toronto firm X-Matik plans to implement self-driving technology to older cars

    Upcoming time is going to draw a virtual line between the car owners, one who desires to purchase the autonomous vehicle and one who plans to purchase manually operating a vehicle, a driverless car. Nima Ashtari desires to empower that second group to welcome the upsides of self-driving automobiles,...
  • A little-known Chinese company is purchasing up London taxis, luxury sports vehicles, and now—flying cars

    On the creating once-over of Chinese acquisitions of US-based companies, one late course of action scrutinizes like something from a science fiction novel. Geely, an automaker from Hangzhou, China, announced on Nov. 13 it had eaten up Terrafugia, a Massachusetts-based startup developing a “flying car.” Ordinary customers likely haven’t...
  • New Player Lands on the Tactical UAV Platform

    The Horlytsya UAV, a tactical UAV, developed by the Ukrainian Antonov state enterprise for reconnaissance missions in support of the country’s ground forces. The first flight has been completed by its prototype. It is informed by the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov...
  • Brazilian banks pioneer in artificial intelligence planning

    The plenty of Brazilian banks that see artificial intelligence (AI) as an imperative need is higher than many mature markets, as demonstrated by investigating. According to GFT Technologies’ Digital Banking Expert Survey, about 30% of local institutions judge AI playing a vital role in their innovation plans. RELATED POST:  SOPHIA...