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2022: A major revolution in robotics
For a while now, those who track robotics development have taken note of a quiet revolution in the sector. While self-driving cars have grabbed all the headlines, the work happening at the intersection of AI, machine vision, and machine learning is fast becoming the foundation for the next phase of robotics.
Jetpacks, flying cars and taxi drones: transport’s future is in the skies
Paramedics with jetpacks, border police in flying cars and city workers commuting by drone all sound like science fiction – but the concepts are part of a advanced air mobility (AAM) market that is expected to be worth as much as $17 billion by 2025.
Pentagon weighing reorganization of AI, data offices
WASHINGTON: In an effort to streamline processes and create a cohesive approach to the use of artificial intelligence and data, the Pentagon is considering a reorganization of three key technological offices, multiple sources tell Breaking Defense.
Could drone deliveries ease transportation woes in B.C.?
Whether its roads and railways struggling to re-open in British Columbia, or remote locations in other parts of Canada, there are companies trying to make delivery via drone happen.
KYTRAC and Soteria Partner to Provide Secure BVLOS Connectivity for Special Mission Aircraft in Africa
SKYTRAC Systems Ltd. (SKYTRAC), a global leader in intelligent connectivity solutions for aviation, and Soteria Advanced Technologies Ltd. (Soteria), an industry leader in the South African aerospace, defense, and law enforcement sectors, jointly announced Soteria’s appointment as a formal SKYTRAC partner within the African region.