This rubber-jointed hand can pick up a telephone and use a drill
PR2 can now pick up dirty clothes, put them in a basket, and load a washing machine
By Tekla Perry
But does Tesla’s fleet of superheroes pass the diversity test?
The UK’s smart meter rollout is facing a major set back after the central data office says it cannot meet a start date of 2015.
UK newspaper The Daily Telegraph reported yesterday that Data Communications Company (DCC), which is in charge of gathering and processing smart meter data, has admitted there …read more
Energy companies in the US were hacked 79 times last year according to a survey by ThreatTrack Security.
The study of 200 IT and security managers at energy companies and financial services companies found that financial companies have “a slight edge in their security readiness over their energy sector counterparts, but …read more
This is an excerpt from the May/June 2014 issue of InTech magazine and was written by Hunter Vegas, ISA author and an engineering manager and lead project engineer with Avid Solutions, Inc.
In the January/February 2013 issue of InTech, Donald Gillum wrote an excellent article …read more
By Tekla Perry
Restoration Robotics’ ARTAS system harvests hair follicles for later implantation
By Mark Harris
Two of Google’s signature innovations, Street View cameras and self-driving cars, were actually developed by 510 Systems, a small start-up that the tech giant quietly bought in 2011