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Feb 22, 2024

Analog Computers May Work Better Using Spin Than Light

Posted by in category: computing

Spin waves offer a new approach to digital computing’s counterpart.

Feb 22, 2024

How flying taxis could go mainstream

Posted by in categories: innovation, internet

Flying taxis could even replace short-haul flights, but certification and new digital infrastructure must happen first.

Feb 22, 2024

Manufacturing 2050

Posted by in categories: futurism, innovation

Traceability and Compliance: In an era where transparency and accountability are paramount, metrology will contribute to the traceability of products throughout the supply chain. This is crucial for compliance with regulations and standards, as well as for addressing concerns related to product recalls and safety.

The Future is Metrology!

The manufacturing landscape of 2050 will be shaped by a convergence of technologies that optimize processes, enhance efficiency, and reduce environmental impact. In this transformative journey, metrology emerges as a key enabler, ensuring the precision, reliability, and quality of products in an increasingly complex and interconnected manufacturing ecosystem. As we look towards the future, the role of metrology will continue to evolve, driving innovation and setting new standards for the manufacturing industry.

Feb 22, 2024

Predictive Quality

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

One possible solution: Predictive Quality. With this approach, the quality of components is predicted in parallel with the process using AI models – based on production data acquired at high frequency. This enables 100% checks, reduces non-productive times and detects process errors at an early stage.

Predictive Quality – What Is It?

When we talk about ‘predictive quality’ we mean the approach of predicting component quality in parallel with the process. The resulting component quality is derived from current production data, for example using an artificial neural network (ANN).

Feb 22, 2024

RX Solutions Unveils Advanced Compact X-Ray CT Scanner

Posted by in category: futurism

Like all RX Solutions machines, the EasyTom-L is designed and assembled in Annecy, France and the radioprotection cabinet is made with recycled lead.

High-Performance Tomography Accessible To All

RX Solutions specializes in offering powerful and versatile CT scanners that are accessible to a large audience and capable of analyzing components with various sizes and geometries at very high resolution. The Easytom-L exemplifies this commitment to excellence, versatility, and accessibility, further distinguishing RX Solutions as an emerging leader in the field of industrial CT.

Feb 22, 2024

How do whales sing? Lab experiments suggest their voice boxes have a unique feature

Posted by in category: futurism

Whales sing loud enough that the sound travels through the ocean. But how they do that has been a mystery.

Feb 22, 2024

A private U.S. moon lander has reached low lunar orbit, a day ahead of attempting to land

Posted by in category: space travel

On Thursday, flight controllers in Houston will lower the spacecraft’s orbit and attempt a landing near the moon’s south pole.

Feb 22, 2024

Billion-Dollar Space Startup Begins Tests Targeting Orbital Junk

Posted by in category: satellites

For more than a decade, an abandoned piece of a Japanese rocket has been speeding uncontrolled around Earth, at risk of colliding with active satellites and causing havoc in orbit.

Feb 22, 2024

Vatican restorers set to work on St Peter’s centrepiece

Posted by in category: life extension

VATICAN CITY, Feb 21 (Reuters) — The giant bronze-and-wood canopy in the middle of St Peter’s Basilica is being gradually engulfed by scaffolding as Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s masterpiece gets its first major restoration since the mid-1700s.

The almost 30-metre-high canopy covers the high altar of the basilica, and was built on the spot where St Peter, the first pope, is believed to have been buried after dying as a Christian martyr in the reign of Roman Emperor Nero (54−68 AD).

The altar, from which only the pope can celebrate Mass, is “the cornerstone of the entire architecture of the Basilica”, Father Enzo Fortunato, head of communications for the church, said on Wednesday.

Feb 22, 2024

Bizarre 2,000-Year-Old Bronze Hand Found Covered in Mysterious Writing

Posted by in category: futurism

Researchers have come across a wonderfully intriguing find in the north of Spain: a bronze hand dating back some 2,000 years, all the way back to the Iron Age, with four lines of strange symbols inscribed across its top.

A new study suggests that this ancient epigraph is related to ancient Paleohispanic languages, and may have been part of the language that has developed into Basque in modern day Spain.

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