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Engineers Help with Hurricane Flood Issues and New Technology Advances

New technology in Hurricane Flood/Wind Issues are helping with predicting the severity and where exactly they will hit.

Engineers Develop Exoskeleton, Paralyzed Can Walk.

Still pricier than motorized wheelchairs, exoskeleton weighs just 27 pounds and is custom-fit to the user’s body.

Engineers Develop “Iron Man” Suits – Coming to Factory Floors

Full-body exoskeletons will give workers super strength. What’s the most important things for people to know about the full-body exoskeleton, which can turn an assembly-line worker into a superhero?   Engineers have been working on this wearable [...]

By | February 20th, 2019|Categories: CAD, Design, Technology, Thermal Management, Uncategorized|Tags: , |

Part 2: Business Engineers : 7 Things to Consider, Before Investing in a Personal Robot

So you’ve made the decision, robotics process automation (RPA) is for your business. You’ve winnowed down a list of suitable vendors and are ready to start some serious shopping. Great. But before you plunge right [...]

Engineers Develop Personal Robots – New Age

Engineers Say Personal Robotics Will Become an Important New Category in Family Lives  I have the idea of a “sociable” robot—one that people can have relatively natural interactions with—has been the lore of science fiction [...]

Engineers Forge a New Frontier for Solar: Utility Build-Transfer Agreements

Historically, electric utilities in the U.S. have been buyers and sellers, but not producers, of solar energy. Largely due to tax and accounting constraints, vertically integrated, regulated utilities traditionally have entered power purchase agreements (PPAs) [...]

By | January 3rd, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|