In the chaos of a crisis, time is the enemy! The longer it takes to assess a dangerous situation and deploy the appropriate action, the greater the chance of the incident escalating.
Successfully navigating the oceans has allowed humankind to explore the world and make countless new discoveries that have contributed to the advancement of civilization. However, pinpointing exact locations and wading through ever-shifting tides and currents has always been a challenge.
As festivities fire up this holiday season, so do the dangers to people and property. Holiday decorations, heating, winter storms and candles all contribute to an increased risk of fire during the winter months, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
Kongsberg Geospatial and SFL Scientific, a Boston-based data science consulting company announced that they will be demonstrating an Artificial Intelligence-driven system to allow autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles equipped with sensors to detect and recognize a range of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive threats (CBRNE) from the air.
To conduct ocean surveys, sensors mounted on underwater robotic devices are typically used in communication with sea-surface base stations.
“It’s a place of limitless imagination.” This was the comment made by Professor Burak Kantarci from the University of Ottawa (uOttawa) regarding the Faculty of Engineering’s new Smart Connected Vehicles Innovation Center, which was inaugurated in October.
Aquiline Drones, an American drone manufacturer and cloud technology company, is now catering to tech enthusiasts by offering a complete, ready-to-assemble commercial drone kit to the public.
American farms increasingly rely on technology to manage the unpredictable aspects of crop and herd operations. However, many farming tasks are still done manually, wasting valuable time and money.
A research team led by the University of Zurich has designed a new technique to autonomously fly quadrotors through unknown complex environments at high speed using onboard sensing and computation.
Apple and Siri. Amazon and Alexa. Microsoft and Cortana. Aquiline Drones and Spartacus. Artificial Intelligence has gained increasing popularity across industries.