25/10/2015

Industry 4.0

The Newest Technology from Worldwide

Internet of Things leap in future empowered by new sustainable chip

Keeping things constantly connected to the internet costs energy — a lot of energy. Even small Internet-of-Things nodes run out ...
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New research for more green hydrogen

Hydrogen could be an important part of our future energy supply: It can be stored, transported and burned as needed ...
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The world’s first machine that can cool air by flexing artificial muscles

A new type of energy efficient, ecologically sustainable cooling technology that does not require the use of climate-damaging refrigerants is ...
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How the next-generation of AI can be integrated into the innovation process for designing new and existing materials

More than a century has passed since Thomas Edison developed the first electric light bulb, yet Edison’s hallmark approach of ...
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The Digital Innovation Facility a new multi-million facility officially opens at the University of Liverpool

The University of Liverpool’s Digital Innovation Facility (DIF), a £12.7 million Centre of Excellence in emerging digital technologies, was offically ...
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Improved biomaterials that can replace or support damaged bones has risen

A research group has revealed a cobalt-chromium-based biomaterial that mimics the flexibility of human bones and possesses excellent wear resistance ...
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Wireless devices also use haptic feedback to talk to patient

Last summer, Northwestern University researchers introduced the first-ever transient pacemaker — a fully implantable, wireless device that harmlessly dissolves in the body ...
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3D printing leads to fabricating a shape memory alloy with increased superelasticity

Laser powder bed fusion, a 3D-printing technique, offers potential in the manufacturing industry, particularly when fabricating nickel-titanium shape memory alloys ...
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Intelligent metasurface as an emerging research direction involving various disciplines

The manipulation of electromagnetic waves and information has become central to our daily lives. Intelligent metasurfaces have emerged as smart ...
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Paradigm shift urgently needed for forecasting corrosion within civil engineering structures

The most common cause of degradation and failures of reinforced concrete structures is chloride-induced corrosion of its embedded steel. This ...
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Increasing efficiency in the manufacturing industry using machine learning assistance

Efficiency rates for production machinery frequently fall far below what technology could achieve. The common reason is experienced employees are ...
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Brain-based computing chips not just for AI anymore

With the insertion of a little math, Sandia National Laboratories researchers have shown that neuromorphic computers, which synthetically replicate the ...
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Haptic fingertip sensitivity for robots

In a paper published on February 23, 2022 in Nature Machine Intelligence, a team of scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent ...
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Haptic feedback for custom fabricated multichannel bimodal soft robotic armband

Typing on a keyboard, pressing buttons on a remote control or braiding a child’s hair has remained elusive for prosthetic ...
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Using quantum physics to generate electricity

Machines and electronic devices often generate waste heat that is difficult to utilize. If electricity could be generated from this ...
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