"In the twenty-first century we are faced with a basic rule. When someone has their survival strategy based on knowledge of a single technology is doomed to failure. Nevertheless, if this strategy is based on constant updating and lifelong learning so it's easier to augur success." João Greno Brogueira, January 2012
"The Aerial Reconfigurable Embedded Systems (ARES) is a vertical takeoff and lift (VTOL) flight module that could adapt to multiple missions with interchangeable payloads, offering new capabilities and enabling new operational concepts."
Singapore government launches GIS-based property app FutureGov Magazine Singapore's Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has launched a new map-based app using Geographic Information System (GIS) technology to ease information search on general...
SKC project bringing Salish place names to Google Earth, virtual reality Ravalli Republic Or strapping on a virtual reality headset and feeling like you're standing at the Place of the Sleeping Baby, now known as Sleeping Child Hot Springs, in the...
A total of 780 million JPY (7.6 million USD) has been sourced from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) while over 310 billion VND (14.5 million USD) has been granted by the Vietnamese Government.
The resources needed to support a future global population of more than nine billion people requires near-term action. At Lockheed Martin, we are in the business of protecting nations and providing vital citizen services; we are also in the business of engineering solutions to protect our planet.
The 3D printed canine knee implants — to repair cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) damage — have already started to receive attention in the North West of England with sales ahead of targets already in the first month of operation.
A team of computer scientists and engineers at Harvard University has created an autonomous robotic construction crew. The system needs no supervisor, no eye in the sky, no blueprint, and no communication: just simple robots—any number of robots—and a very smart algorithm.
3D printing: 10 factors still holding it back TechRepublic Yes, 3D printing stands to completely transform the way we make, replace, and transport products and will disrupt nearly every major industry.
"In promotion of the box office hit The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Warner Bros. UK and Ireland partnered with Microsoft on an innovative campaign that allowed consumers to download a 3D printer blueprint of The Key to Erebor. Native 3D printing support in Windows 8.1 allowed fans of the series to create their very own relic from The Hobbit Trilogy."