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  • 5 Alternative Start-Up Ideas For 2019

    Thinking of setting up your own business in 2019? Stuck for ideas? To help set the wheels in motion, here are five alternative start-up businesses for you to consider. RELATED POST :  5 STEPS TO COME UP WITH A BUSINESS IDEA ALSO READ:  ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF RIGID FLEX PCBS 1....
  • Drones Ready To Tackle Traffic And Deliver Medical Supplies In UK Cities

    The fleet of Drones of non-military sectors could soon dart through the skies of UK cities, delivering emergency medical supplies, easing traffic congestion and helping emergency services, as per the Government-maintained scheme. Local authorities are being made a demand to empower come up with proposals for how drones can...
  • FAA tests drone detection system at DFW Airport

    The Federal Aviation Administration says it received about 1,800 complaints in 2016 — and expects that number to grow. It’s why the agency is now spending time at DFW Airport, testing new technology to help airports better detect drones. As the popularity of drones continues to soar, so has...
  • Anti DRONE Guns are brought for combat UAVs

    The ministry of defence of an undisclosed country in the Middle East has bought the DroneGun tactical unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) jammer from DroneShield, in the first such sale to the region. DroneShield said that the country is closely allied with the West and bought a test unit with...
  • Faraday Future impressed all the right people at CES2017

    The world got its first look at the Faraday Future FF 91 SUV during a Las Vegas drag race last week. It was a fitting debut for a car that was designed and built in less than two years: It flew off the line in an event building, only...
  • New Bracelet Technology aims to help all children get birth certificate

    A new tech start up has set themselves a massive task: to register all newborn babies digitally. iCivil Africa, a company based in Burkina Faso, has developed a birth certificate system which involves a smartphone, a bracelet and encoded text messages. The company hopes the new system will make...
  • Airbus and Local Motors Complete the Cargo Drone Challenge

    In early 2016, Airbus, the giant European aerospace company, and Local Motors, a USA-based company that operates a growing global network of microfactories, launched the Cargo Drone Challenge. Until now, Airbus had focused all of their drone efforts in a military context, but with this initiative, Airbus seems to...
  • Japan to build world’s fastest supercomputer

    Japan wants to build a superefficient supercomputer that could also well become the world’s fastest supercomputer by the year 2017. The project may soon provide a platform for research that could give the areas of robotics, driverless cars and medical diagnostics a boost. Building this new supercomputer is part of...
  • Pune police granted permission for DRONE civilian use: INDIA

    Ever since the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) gave the green light for civilian use of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) in April this year, police stations have been merrily making their own ground rules, leading to disparity. Quashing their right to grant permission to fly drones, the Pune...