IoT Day Slam 2019 Conference Agenda Announced by the IoT Community

Speakers will include experts from Uber, Microsoft, IBM, Amazon AWS, Zebra and Spirent.

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NUMECA Brings Massive Boosts to CFD Simulation Speeds

Combined CPU+GPU acceleration brings multiple factor increase in simulation speeds.

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This Robot Was Inspired by a Gymnast

Engineers are working on a humanoid robot with extended human-like movement range.

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MSC Releases Dytran 2019.0 Simulation Software

Dytran 2019.0 is the latest version of MSC’s explicit dynamics platform.

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Boeing’s Starliner Preps For a Launch Of Its Own

The spacecraft will soon take its own test flight to the ISS to demonstrate its readiness to transport astronauts into space.

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Smart Stop Sign Could Help Prevent Crashes on Rural Roads

Self-powered stop sign lights up when it detects an oncoming vehicle.

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Researchers Predict Machine Sounds Could Potentially Pose a Threat to Biosecurity

New technology can successfully read sound patterns of a DNA synthesizing machine, raising questions of its pros and cons.

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The Military-Technological Complex: How the US Army Works With the Civilian Tech Industry

Microsoft's US Army deal has been getting a lot of press—and a lot of heat. But it’s hardly unique.

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Palm-Sized Robots Form Intelligent Swarms with a Long Battery Life

Hybrid application-specific integrated circuit has the potential to increase the operating time of intelligent swarm robots from minutes to hours.

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Winning Design Freedom with Long Life Lubricants

Fluorinated lubricants can reduce maintenance costs and change the way engineers design for manufacturing.

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DARPA Awards Raytheon a $63.3 Million Contract for Hypersonic Weapons Research

Raytheon’s contract is for developing the Tactical Boost Glide System

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New Technology Makes 3D Displays Easier for the Eyes

Carnegie Mellon University researchers develop technology that enables natural accommodation cues in 3D displays.

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Working Together for Better Electromechanical Design

How electrical and mechanical designers can work together more effectively.

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What’s a Frigate, and Who’s Sailing Them

The Royal Canadian Navy has recently decided to upgrade its frigate fleet, but what is a frigate after all, and who owns the most advanced systems?

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