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These Autonomous Spider Robots are Out of This World

A small robot with tiny legs is tested and ready for its first extraterrestrial adventure on the moon and slated for lunar landing in summer 2021. The spider robot will crawl across the surface of the moon collecting a web of lunar data through onboard sensors and cameras, which will be beamed back to Earth.  

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The Fabrication Masters of Industrial IoT

The best visionaries have both the ability to imagine exciting futures and extensive experiences to clearly assess the past. Jonathan Kim of Armada America brings both to this podcast that looks at the outlook and realities of outfitting machine shop floors with better automation through artificial intelligence (AI). Find out when and how AI can help make both authoritative and autonomous decisions based on IoT data coming from the factory floor.    

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Acer Brings IoT and Intelligence to City Parking

Sensors, cameras, artificial intelligence, and cloud-based technologies help take the guesswork out of parking as commuters venture back into cities. Smart parking solutions reduce congestion on the roads and give city managers a view into changing commuter and traffic patterns.  

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Intel AI-Powered Backpack Helps Visually Impaired Navigate World

Artificial intelligence (AI) developer Jagadish K. Mahendran and his team designed an AI-powered, voice-activated backpack that can help the visually impaired navigate and perceive the world around them. The backpack helps detect common challenges such as traffic signs, hanging obstacles, crosswalks, moving objects and changing elevations, all while running on a low-power, interactive device.  

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Building Automation System Becomes Hub for Data-Driven Research at STEM School

The installation of a smart building automation system designed to rein in energy costs became an integral part of the curriculum at a private school on the East Coast. An easy-to-use dashboard provided students with access to thousands of data points and led them to explore new ways to improve sustainability on campus.  

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AI-Based Vision Applications in the Classroom

Engaging students in class—especially during remote learning—can be a challenge for teachers. Artificial intelligence can help teachers be more aware of when their students lose focus and new devices can encourage student interaction.    

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The Future of Public Transportation: Moovit Global Public Transport Report

Moovit analyzed millions of trip requests performed globally in 2020 by its user base to reveal fascinating insights about global transit trends. Combined with user research, its Global Public Transport Report portrays a colorful picture of the way people move around cities. It also provides current metrics on the demand for mobile payment for mass transit rides and new transportation options, such as future robo-taxi services.

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A Percentage Game: How AI, Image Recognition, and Motion Tracking Are Changing Tennis

Developments by IBM, Intel, SAP, the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), and the Women’s Tennis Association have increased the accessibility of statistics and information surrounding tennis matches and are leading to changes in tennis’ ruleset, spectator experience, and high-level strategy.  

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ADLINK Enables Automated Arc-Welding Defect Detection with Industrial Machine Vision Edge Solution

Scalable solution built with the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit helps detect porosity defects in real time.   

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How John Deere Taps IIoT to Boost Weld Integrity

Partnering with Intel, the farming equipment manufacturer combines AI, machine vision, and advanced processing to identify 'porosity' in equipment welds on its manufacturing line. The success of this pilot program could open the doors for integrating the defect detection solution in John Deere’s 52 factories around the world.  

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