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Europe Power Electronics for Electric Vehicles Market by Manufacturers, Countries, Type and Application, Forecast to 2022

Europe Power Electronics for Electric Vehicles Market by Manufacturers, Countries, Type and Application, Forecast to 2022

ReportsWorldwide has announced the addition of a new report title Europe Power Electronics for Electric Vehicles Market by Manufacturers, Countries, Type and Application, Forecast to 2022 to its growing collection of premium market research reports. To control the flow of energy, the switching electronic circuits are used. These switching electronic circuits are called power electronics. Power electronics are also considered …

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Stealthy VR Startup Develops Ultra-High Resolution ‘Bionic’ Headset

Stealthy VR Startup Develops Ultra-High Resolution ‘Bionic’ Headset

But don’t ring the death knell just yet. A European startup company, coming out of stealth mode this week, claims that it has solved one of VR’s most persistent bugaboos — low resolution images. By creatively hacking existing display technologies, engineers at the Finnish company Varjo say they can deliver optical resolution up to 70 times the clarity of current …

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Airbus first to commit to commercial Vega C launch

Airbus first to commit to commercial Vega C launch

Airbus will use two Vega C launchers to orbit four Earth observation satellites for a new constellation. Credit: Avio. WASHINGTON — Airbus has signed up to be the first commercial customer to use Europe’s future Vega C rocket, ordering two launchers to orbit a four-satellite Earth-observation constellation. Arianespace, the Evry, France-based company responsible for marketing the existing Ariane 5, Soyuz …

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Yale Researchers Show Sedative Combats Virus That Causes Birth Defects

Yale Researchers Show Sedative Combats Virus That Causes Birth Defects

New research from Yale University reveals that a common sedative may help combat common viral infections that can cause birth defects in developing babies. The drug valnoctamide, used for decades in Europe as a mood stabilizer, prevented baby mice from developing neurological problems associated with infection with cytomegalovirus (CMV), carried by about half of adult humans. A member of the …

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F-Secure’s Mikko Hypponen on IoT: If it uses electricity, it will go online

F-Secure's Mikko Hypponen on IoT: If it uses electricity, it will go online

Want a more secure PC? Try Windows 10 S, says CRO Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at F-Secure Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at Finnish security company F-Secure, spoke to The Reg at the launch of Sense, a consumer firewall device that aims to "secure your connected things". Hypponen says IoT is unavoidable. "If it uses electricity, it will become …

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IoT Is Top Priority in Driving Digital Transformation Says New Global Research

IoT Is Top Priority in Driving Digital Transformation Says New Global Research

IoT has become the leading technology for digital transformation and is the number one priority for 92 per cent of organisations, according to global research findings published today by Inmarsat , the world’s leading provider of global mobile satellite communications. The Inmarsat Research Programme study focusing on the enterprise application of the Internet of Things (IoT) revealed that machine learning …

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Bangalore Based IoT and AI Technology Platform Cardiotrack Expands to North America

Bangalore Based IoT and AI Technology Platform Cardiotrack Expands to North America

Cardiotrack to set up operations in Mexico to create breakthrough diagnostic products in the cardiac space Bangalore-based start-up, Cardiotrack, which provides best-in-class predictive diagnosis for cardiovascular diseases announced today that it has expanded its operations to North America. Cardiotrack, an innovative IoT and AI platform in the cardiac space has collaborated with the state of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, to set …

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Demand for IoT talent surges 300% in last 3 years: Survey

Demand for IoT talent surges 300% in last 3 years: Survey

Mumbai, Jun 21 () With exponential uptick in adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning related activities in the country, the demand for IoT talent has surged by 300 per cent since 2014, showed a recent report. "The demand for IoT talent rocketed by 304 per cent, between 2014 and 2017," according to Talent Supply Index (TSI) by …

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IoT: New Challenges for Software Programming

IoT: New Challenges for Software Programming

Sergei Vardomatski, CEO, HQSoftware There has already been considerable discussion in the online community regarding forecasts of further IoT development. Demand breeds supply and with an added value of $1.9 trillion expected by 2020, the IoT is presupposed to become a major contributor to global strategy for smart growth. However, with increased competition among IoT software developing companies and the …

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Tesla hires prominent A.I. researcher as Autopilot chief Lattner leaves

Tesla hires prominent A.I. researcher as Autopilot chief Lattner leaves

Tesla on Tuesday confirmed that it had hired a major figure in artificial intelligence (AI) to be its new head of AI and Autopilot vision. Andrej Karpathy, who is joining from nonprofit research lab OpenAI, has done extensive work in trendy areas in AI such as reinforcement learning and generative adversarial networks (GANs). Before joining OpenAI, Karpathy worked at Alphabet …

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