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Portable Hydrogen Cartridge Prototype

Portable Hydrogen Cartridge Prototype

Home Technologies World
May 23, 2022
Using Everyday WiFi to Help Robots See and Navigate Indoors

Using Everyday WiFi to Help Robots See and Navigate Indoors

Engineers have developed a low cost, low power technology to help robots accurately map their way indoors, even in poor lighting and without recognizable landmarks or features. The technology consists of sensors that use WiFi signals to help the robot map where it's going. It's a new approach to indoor robot navigation.
Home Technologies World
May 9, 2022
Taste of the Future: Robot Chef Learns to 'Taste As You Go'

Taste of the Future: Robot Chef Learns to 'Taste As You Go'

A robot 'chef' has been trained to taste food at different stages of the chewing process to assess whether it's sufficiently seasoned. The results could be useful in the development of automated or semi-automated food preparation by helping robots to learn what tastes good and what doesn't, making them better cooks.
Home Technologies World
Dec 15, 2021
4 Challenges That 5G Open RAN Advocates Must Solve

4 Challenges That 5G Open RAN Advocates Must Solve

As of mid-2021, 5G is a reality in at least 78 nations. 5G is now being used in consumer sectors such as 5G smartphones, 5G broadband (fixed wireless access), and augmented reality (AR)/virtual reality (VR) games.
Home Technologies World
Dec 9, 2021
Smart Buildings: Another Frontier for the Digital Revolution

Smart Buildings: Another Frontier for the Digital Revolution

Smart buildings aim to bring digital technologies into the fabric of the building, rather than just to objects within it. They will utilize a wide range of emerging technologies, such as semi-transparent photovoltaics on windows, moisture sensors for leak detection, and printed heaters with wall panels.
Home Technologies World
Oct 8, 2021
The Hidden Potential of High Efficiency Solar Cells

The Hidden Potential of High Efficiency Solar Cells

One of the greatest challenges of solar cells is the Shockley-Queisser limit, the assumption that there is a fundamental limit to the amount of energy a solar cell can absorb and convert into usable energy.
Home Technologies World
Oct 8, 2021
A Robot That Finds Lost Items

A Robot That Finds Lost Items

A busy commuter is ready to walk out the door, only to realize they've misplaced their keys and must search through piles of stuff to find them. Rapidly sifting through clutter, they wish they could figure out which pile was hiding the keys. Researchers have created a robotic system that can do just that.
Home Technologies World
Sep 15, 2021
5G From 2022 Onward: Deployment Status, Industry Challenges, & Market

5G From 2022 Onward: Deployment Status, Industry Challenges, & Market

5G is paving the way for a fully digitalized and connected world. The past two years have seen many new field trials and an accelerating number of commercial rollouts. Moreover, 5G is starting to be adopted in a wide range of industries, from manufacturing to healthcare.
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Metamaterial Routers, Relays, Phones

Metamaterial Routers, Relays, Phones

6G Communications Reprogrammable Intelligent Surfaces (RIS) could become the largest market for metamaterials. This premium article focuses on the essential reprogrammable intelligent surfaces needed and applications beyond 6G.
Home Technologies World
Aug 12, 2021
The Killer App For Smart Textiles

The Killer App For Smart Textiles

The development of new technology often creates new opportunities to provide value to customers in new products. Electronic textiles have hundreds of potential use cases, many of which are being explored by different companies around the world. So where is the "killer app" for e-textiles?
Home Technologies World
May 23, 2022
Using Everyday WiFi to Help Robots See and Navigate Indoors

Using Everyday WiFi to Help Robots See and Navigate Indoors

Engineers have developed a low cost, low power technology to help robots accurately map their way indoors, even in poor lighting and without recognizable landmarks or features. The technology consists of sensors that use WiFi signals to help the robot map where it's going. It's a new approach to indoor robot navigation.
Home Technologies World
Dec 15, 2021
4 Challenges That 5G Open RAN Advocates Must Solve

4 Challenges That 5G Open RAN Advocates Must Solve

As of mid-2021, 5G is a reality in at least 78 nations. 5G is now being used in consumer sectors such as 5G smartphones, 5G broadband (fixed wireless access), and augmented reality (AR)/virtual reality (VR) games.
Home Technologies World
Oct 8, 2021
The Hidden Potential of High Efficiency Solar Cells

The Hidden Potential of High Efficiency Solar Cells

One of the greatest challenges of solar cells is the Shockley-Queisser limit, the assumption that there is a fundamental limit to the amount of energy a solar cell can absorb and convert into usable energy.
Home Technologies World
Sep 15, 2021
5G From 2022 Onward: Deployment Status, Industry Challenges, & Market

5G From 2022 Onward: Deployment Status, Industry Challenges, & Market

5G is paving the way for a fully digitalized and connected world. The past two years have seen many new field trials and an accelerating number of commercial rollouts. Moreover, 5G is starting to be adopted in a wide range of industries, from manufacturing to healthcare.
Home Technologies World
Aug 12, 2021
The Killer App For Smart Textiles

The Killer App For Smart Textiles

The development of new technology often creates new opportunities to provide value to customers in new products. Electronic textiles have hundreds of potential use cases, many of which are being explored by different companies around the world. So where is the "killer app" for e-textiles?
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