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Engineers Develop Drones to Protect Elephants

2019-09-13T15:08:44-07:00

Drones have been used to ward off elephants from destroying crops because of their bee-like buzzing noise. At the same time, Drones are being used to help the same animals from being hunted for their ivory in Africa.

Engineers Develop Drones to Protect Elephants2019-09-13T15:08:44-07:00

Engineers Trend 10 New Technologies for Airlines/ Airports for 2019

2019-09-13T15:10:28-07:00

Engineers Develop new Technologies 2019 they are on the  rise for 2019. Here we highlight some of the hot topics that airports and airlines should keep an eye on in the year to come.

Engineers Trend 10 New Technologies for Airlines/ Airports for 20192019-09-13T15:10:28-07:00

Engineers Add New Updates to Medical Advances – 2019

2019-09-13T15:11:09-07:00

Pharmacogenomic testing determines patients' genetic makeup to tailor prescribed medical treatments based on individual drug metabolism. Pharmacogenomic testing, for example, can determine how patients will respond to opioid therapy, potentially decreasing opioid abuse.

Engineers Add New Updates to Medical Advances – 20192019-09-13T15:11:09-07:00

Engineers Develop Awesome Ways Drones Can Be Used

2019-09-13T15:11:26-07:00

With their growing presence in the media, their potential is becoming recognized more and more. They can be used for reasons other than spying and warfare. People are now using drones in many awesome ways.

Engineers Develop Awesome Ways Drones Can Be Used2019-09-13T15:11:26-07:00

Part 3 Engineers Develop Exoskeleton for Babies and Children

2019-09-13T15:12:19-07:00

Infants with conditions such as CP lack the muscle strength, postural control, and motor coordination necessary for these early exploratory limb and trunk movements to result in locomotion.

Part 3 Engineers Develop Exoskeleton for Babies and Children2019-09-13T15:12:19-07:00

Engineers Help with Hurricane Flood Issues and New Technology Advances

2019-09-13T15:12:43-07:00

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

Engineers Help with Hurricane Flood Issues and New Technology Advances2019-09-13T15:12:43-07:00

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

2019-09-13T15:14:13-07:00

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 robotics technology since 2000, when engineers began cobbling together experimental super-soldier suits for the U.S. Military. A 2010 prototype, which enabled the wearer to punch through wooden boards, earned the nickname “Iron-Man Suit” in the homage to the high-tech gear in the eponymous comic book and movies. But that bulky version kept the user tethered to the [...]

Engineers Develop “Iron Man” Suits – Coming to Factory Floors2019-09-13T15:14:13-07:00

Engineers Design Fluid Inspired Material Coating for Metals

2019-09-13T15:15:33-07:00

Engineers have developed a new coating strategy for metal that self-heals within seconds when scratched, scraped or cracked. The novel material could prevent these tiny defects from turning into localized corrosion, which can cause major structures to fail. It's hard to believe that a tiny crack could take down a gigantic metal structure. But sometimes bridges collapse, pipelines rupture and fuselages detach from airplanes due to hard-to-detect corrosion in tiny cracks, scratches and dents.http://glewengineering.com/comparing-wind-load-calculation-methods/ Localized corrosion is extremely dangerous. It is hard to prevent, hard to predict and hard to detect, but [...]

Engineers Design Fluid Inspired Material Coating for Metals2019-09-13T15:15:33-07:00

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

2019-09-13T15:14:38-07:00

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 in, there are some final things to consider.  The following is a list of questions for would-be buyers to which they should give serious thought to before moving forward. They range from the existential — what role will your employees play as RPA expands within your organization? To the practical, such as training time frames. 1. RPA [...]

Part 2: Business Engineers : 7 Things to Consider, Before Investing in a Personal Robot2019-09-13T15:14:38-07:00

Engineers Develop Personal Robots – New Age

2019-09-13T15:16:02-07:00

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 for decades. From Lost in Space to Star Wars to WallE and beyond, interactive robotic machines have been the stuff of our creative imagination for some time. In 2019, however, I believe we will start to see more practical implementations of personal robotics devices from several major tech vendors. While several companies have tried, and failed to [...]

Engineers Develop Personal Robots – New Age2019-09-13T15:16:02-07:00

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

2019-09-13T15:15:43-07:00

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) to procure solar energy (and wind and other renewable energy) from independent power producers (IPPs), rather than building such projects and including them in their rate base. To many utilities, this has seemed like a lost opportunity; they generally earn a return on the equity invested in power plants, transmission, and distribution lines, but not on power purchased [...]

Engineers Forge a New Frontier for Solar: Utility Build-Transfer Agreements2019-09-13T15:15:43-07:00

Part 1 : Engineers Give Pros and Cons of Double and Triple Pane Windows

2019-09-13T15:16:41-07:00

Have you decided to invest in replacement windows? What made you finally decide to take the leap? Was it the incredible energy saving benefits new windows offer? If so, you’re not alone. For a typical home, 40% of the annual energy budget goes toward heating and cooling costs, and replacing the windows in your home is great way to keep more of that money in your pocket. Since energy efficiency is such an important fact to consider when getting replacement windows, we are often asked, “How much better are triple pane windows [...]

Part 1 : Engineers Give Pros and Cons of Double and Triple Pane Windows2019-09-13T15:16:41-07:00

Part 2: Self-driving Cars Expand the Fight Over Airwaves

2019-09-13T15:17:11-07:00

Engineers Say Public is Hungry for More Wi-Fi Capacity, the telecom industry is looking to snatch control of underutilized airwaves reserved for the auto industry. But this is coming just as carmakers begin to make progress on developing and adopting technologies for connected and autonomous cars that currently rely on that spectrum. The Big Picture: Tech and telecom companies have been fighting for years over spectrum to support exploding demand for mobile services and smartphones. Automakers have had exclusive access to a band of spectrum for almost 20 years [...]

Part 2: Self-driving Cars Expand the Fight Over Airwaves2019-09-13T15:17:11-07:00