Two engineers from West Virginia University (WVU) are involved in creating new robotic technologies for coal waste storage units that will sense and stop probable failures such as leakage of harmful materials into the environment.
Inovaxe, a world leader and provider of innovative material handling and inventory control systems, is pleased to announce that Surf-Tech Manufacturing Corporation utilizes six Inovaxe SR Series Mobile Smart Racks at its facility in Ronkonkoma, New York. A multi-faceted provider of contract manufacturing services since 1989, Surf-Tech delivers BOMs to its Smart Racks to deliver many parts at a time.
In a world formed by climate change, wildfires are a rising threat. Scientists from Aalto University have now designed a neural network model that can precisely forecast fire occurrences in peatlands.
Numerous maritime tasks involve the employment of underwater robots as tools. One such bionic submerged vehicle is the RobDact, which was modeled after a species of fish called Dactylopteridae distinguished by its expanded pectoral fins.
The body image is not always precise or realistic, but it is a crucial piece of information that affects how individuals behave in the world, as any athlete or fashion-conscious person can attest to.
Mangrove forests are capable of storing vast amounts of carbon. However, it is challenging to figure out how much is stored worldwide. Currently, scientists from Japan have created a new model that utilizes remote sensing of environmental conditions to establish the mangrove forests’ productivity.
For the 20th time in its history, the MATE remotely operated vehicles (ROV) World Championship is bringing students together from around the world to collaborate and compete in an underwater challenge from June 23 to 25 at Long Beach City College in Long Beach, California.
Engineers at Northwestern University have created the tiniest-ever remote-regulated walking robot in the form of a miniature, attractive peekytoe crab.
In a big step toward better monitoring of the biodiversity of ocean ecosystems, a new research recently published in the journal Environmental DNA details how Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) scientists are employing unmanned underwater robots to sample environmental DNA (eDNA).
In the wake of storms, safe and uninterrupted road movement is critical so that individuals can get medical treatment, fallen power lines can be removed, and communities can go back to normal.