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    WHY CONSTRUCTION WORKERS MISSED GOVERNMENT WELFARE BENEFITS FOR 23 YEARS

    Apr 20, 2019

    I am at the naka or at a site working all day. I can’t take care of her from there, so I prefer she come with me and earn a bit for the house, said Meena Ben Rathwa, holding her 14-year-old daughter Jhini’s hand, as they stood at Harinagar Naka, Vadodara, hoping to find wage work for the...

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    RECOGNISING WOMEN IN ENGINEERING 2019 AWARDS OPEN FOR ENTRIES

    Apr 19, 2019

    The event aims to recognise women - at all levels and from all areas of work - who have made remarkable achievements within the realm of civil engineering. Last year, six women were recognised at a prestigious dinner in London, where their colleagues and the wider industry got to hear their inspirat...

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    UT ALUMNI, LINDA AND LEE NORRIS, SUPPORT WOMEN IN ENGINEERING AND LOW-INCOME STUDENTS WITH $1 MILLION GIFT

    Apr 18, 2019

    Linda and Lee Norris, UT class of 1970 alumni, have made a $1 million gift to UT to go toward scholarships for women in engineering and need-based scholarships. The need-based part of the gift will support students in the University Leadership Network, some of whom come from low-income backgrounds a...

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    HOW SQUISHY ROBOTICS CREATED A ROBOT THAT CAN BE SAFELY DROPPED OUT OF A HELICOPTER

    Apr 18, 2019

    If you want to build a robot that can fall hundreds of feet and be no worse the wear, legs are pretty much out of the question. The obvious answer, then, is a complex web of cable-actuated rods. Obvious to Squishy Robotics,  anyway, whose robots look delicate but are in fact among the most dura...

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    INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS GIANT FANUC IS USING AI TO MAKE AUTOMATION EVEN MORE AUTOMATED

    Apr 18, 2019

    Industrial automation is already streamlining the manufacturing process, but first those machines must be painstakingly trained by skilled engineers. Industrial robotics giant Fanuc wants to make robots easier to train, therefore making automation more accessible to a wider range of industries, incl...

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    UNDER THE SEA: DRONE STARTUP BOXFISH HELPS ANTARCTIC RESEARCHERS

    Apr 18, 2019

    Robots and drones have long tackled tasks that are dangerous for humans, and now they can add another item to the list – exploring the waters under the ice shelf in Antarctica. A team from New Zealand startup Boxfish Research completed a five-week stay in Antarctica, assisting Dr. Regina Eiser...

    ROBOTICS BUSINESS REVIEW
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    WHAT JOBS WILL BE REPLACED BY ROBOTS IN THE NEAR-FUTURE?

    Apr 18, 2019

    In the coming 30 years, advanced robots and automated machines could potentially replace tens of millions of jobs. But what jobs are actually on the line and which ones will continue to flourish while our future robot overlords slowly gather strength?  This sleek infographic, created by Titlema...

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    BLACK MIRROR ANXIETY IS REAL WATCHING 10 ROBOTIC DOGS PULLING A TRUCK

    Apr 18, 2019

    Generally speaking, any squadron marching in formation delivers a visceral fright, and is intended to do so, but that fright is exponentially increased when that squadron is comprised of robotic dogs. Or is that just because we saw that Black Mirror episode, Metalhead?
    Regardless, we can&rsqu...

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TRENDING NEWS


    US STATES DRONES INSPECT BRIDGES, HELP PREDICT AVALANCHES

    May 20, 2019

    In Utah, drones are hovering near avalanches to watch roaring snow. In North Carolina, they're searching for the nests of endangered birds. In Kansas, they could soon be identifying sick cows through heat signatures. Public transportation agencies are using drones in nearly every state, accordin...

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    GO-ANYWHERE HYBRID DRONE QUICKLY SWITCHES FROM FLIGHT TO GROUND TRAVEL AND BACK

    May 20, 2019

    Staircases, tight gaps, vertical walls, rubble – conventional robots might traverse one or two of these, but struggle with the others. A new hybrid quadcopter and driving robot can tackle all of them, according to its creators. Developed at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel, the...

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    3 WAYS INDUSTRY 4.0 WILL CHANGE ENGINEERING

    May 20, 2019

    The most promising emerging technologies of Industry 4.0 are improvements in operational processes, computational workflows, and new design tools that help engineers in manufacturing see the future more clearly than ever before. Previously unimaginable structures can now be created, sometimes from c...

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    ANDROID’S VICE PRESIDENT OF ENGINEERING CONFIRMS AN ANDROID R FEATURES

    May 20, 2019

    Android Q is still few months away from being rolled out to everyone and the news of next-gen Android OS has already started hitting the web. This time the company’s executive has himself stated about it in a tweet. Android’s Vice President of engineering, Dave Burke has stated that scro...

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    DHS WARNS OF STRONG CONCERNS THAT CHINESE-MADE DRONES ARE STEALING DATA

    May 20, 2019

    Chinese-made drones may be sending sensitive flight data to their manufacturers in China, where it can be accessed by the government there, the US Department of Homeland Security warned in an alert issued Monday obtained by CNN. The drones are a potential risk to an organization's information, t...

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    U.S. GOVERNMENT QUIETLY REPLACED FORMER INTEL CEO AS ITS TOP DRONE POLICY ADVISOR

    May 20, 2019

    Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao turned to a longtime if little known member of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Drone Advisory Committee to head the group, after last year’s quiet departure of founding chairman Brian Krzanich. Effective May 15, Michael Chasen, CEO of commerc...

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    CHARLES TAYLOR LAUNCHES CONSULTING ENGINEERING SERVICE

    May 17, 2019

    Charles Taylor Adjusting America has announced the launch of a consulting engineering service to provide full-service engineering, specialty consulting, project management, and forensics business. The company has appointed Richard K. Ladroga as chief technical officer. Ladroga will lead a team of en...

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    JAPAN PASSES BILL TO DRASTICALLY CURB DRONE FLIGHTS OVER MILITARY AND TOKYO OLYMPIC SITES

    May 17, 2019

    The government on Friday enacted legislation severely restricting the flying of drones over U.S. military and Self-Defense Forces facilities, as well as venues hosting 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic events as a preventive measure against terrorism. The move has sparked protests from opposition pa...

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    WING WILL START MAKING DRONE DELIVERIES IN FINLAND NEXT MONTH

    May 17, 2019

    Wing, the Alphabet-owned drone startup, will launch a delivery service in Finland’s capital Helsinki next month. The trial will make deliveries to residents in the city’s Vuosaari district, which Wing notes is the capital’s most populous area. The service will offer products from t...

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    ZIPLINE, WHICH DELIVERS LIFESAVING MEDICAL SUPPLIES BY DRONE, NOW VALUED AT $1.2 BILLION

    May 17, 2019

    Drone-delivery businesses cropped up all over the globe in recent years, but most focused on last-mile logistics for food and retail. The concept of air dropping a burrito to a hungry college co-ed is a fun one. But one drone-delivery business that has pulled ahead of the pack, Zipline, gained comme...

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    HERE’S WHY YOUR INTERNET MAY BE DELIVERED BY A DRONE SOMEDAY SOON

    May 16, 2019

    As the pilotless flying wing came in for a landing, winds suddenly picked up. Facebook Inc.’s Aquila drone - powered by the sun and wider than a Boeing 737 jetliner - struggled to adjust. Just before landing, part of the right wing broke off. That inaugural 2016 flight proved an inauspicious b...

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    FIVE ESSENTIAL BUSINESS SKILLS FOR ENGINEERING ENTREPRENEURS

    May 16, 2019

    You might have a great engineering innovation, but do you have the skills to turn it into a successful business?  This is a very common challenge for the engineering startups we work with at the Enterprise Hub, especially among businesses born out of academia.
    Business acumen is a crucia...

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    KARAT NABS $28M LED BY TIGER GLOBAL TO GROW ITS HUMAN-POWERED ONLINE INTERVIEW PLATFORM FOR ENGINEERING JOBS

    May 15, 2019

    A high demand for engineering talent in our digital world has driven companies that need to make these technical hires to cast their nets wider in the search for good people. Now, a company that has built a platform that it says helps companies do this in a more accurate and efficient way has raised...

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    NEW RESCUE DRONE DEMONSTRATES OUTSTANDING CAPABILITIES

    May 15, 2019

    Drones have been increasingly deployed in search and rescue in recent years. However, it is hard to find a solution that could cover great distances and run for hours beyond the sightline of a human operator. Swiss air rescue service Rega, a private non-profit company, developed a new drone after fa...

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    CARBON, RE-ENGINEERED – CAN CLIMEWORKS CAPTURE 1% OF ANNUAL CARBON EMISSIONS?

    May 15, 2019

    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says that mankind will have to start removing 12bn tonnes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere every year if it wants to limit global warming to the relatively safe level of 1.5°C. That amount equals almost one third of the current global carbon emi...

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    CARBON, RE-ENGINEERED - FIVE GENIUS ENGINEERING TRICKS CUTTING EMISSIONS

    May 14, 2019

    Far above the Pacific Ocean on the north flank of a Hawaiian volcano, the Mauna Loa Observatory started collecting data on atmospheric carbon dioxide in 1958. Then it was recorded as 315 parts per million (ppm), already higher than the 280ppm global average for the time before the Industrial Revolut...

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