Critical Weather Prediction Apart from Environmental Monitoring is Now Possible through JPSS-1 Launched by NASA and NOAA

Meteorologists can now expect to get data on atmospheric temperature, sea surface temperature, clouds, sea ice cover, ocean colour, fire detection, and volcanic ash through the JPSS-1 satellite. The JPSS-1 satellite was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California to join the NOAA /NASA Suomi National polar orbiting satellite. With the JPSS-1 satellite, meteorologist will get improved data on weather forecasting and as this satellite can predict a hurricanes

Computer-Aided Evaluation of Portraits of Patients to Facilitate Enhanced Diagnosis of GPI Anchor Deficiencies

An international team of scientists under the leadership of the University Hospital Bonn and the Charité — Universitätsmedizin Berlin have demonstrated that computer-aided image analysis can facilitate improved diagnosis of rare diseases among patients. By making use of data on cell surface texture, genetic material, and typical facial features, scientists have utilized artificial intelligence as a method to simulate disease models. This result is also expected to be a major

Autonomous X-ray Navigation to Revolutionize Trial of NASA Robotic Spacecraft

In a groundbreaking invention, a group of engineers from The National Aeronautics and Space Administration or NASA as it is commonly called has presented with an X-ray navigation that would act autonomously in the space. This invention with such a capability is expected to change drastically the ability of NASA in the coming years as to putting the robotic spacecraft on trial in wide and far parts of the solar system

Fast Operating Speed Makes Tamper Evident Labeler Highly Efficient

LSS Labelling systems Scandinavia is reportedly launching a new Tamper Evident labelling machine through Pharmapack in February this year in Paris.  This labelling system, which is planned to be unveiled at the Novexx Solutions booth, is highly innovative and is expected to receive a high number of sales. The system manufactured by labelling specialists LSS from Denmark conforms to the European Falsified Directive (FMD). A significant part of this directive

Graphene Sensors to Change the Face of IOT

Scientists at The University of Manchester formulated graphene sensors implanted in RFIDs that can possibly alter the Internet of Things. By composing graphene-oxide (a subordinate of graphene) on graphene to make an adaptable heterostructure, the group have created humidity detector for remotely detecting with the capacity to associate with any remote system. Graphene was known to be the initial two-dimensional material confined in year 2004 at The University of Manchester.

Design for Recycling to be Launched by Axion

Axion has propelled another ‘Outline for Recycling’ benefit went out to support the plastic bundling esteem chain guarantee that bundling put available has been improved for long time, while keeping up its essential capacity of item assurance. The round economy master’s administration is gone for a scope of partners in the nourishment and refreshment inventory network. This incorporates bundling creators, sustenance makers, mark retailers and proprietors who have a personal

Augmented Reality Again Seeps in and Catches up Pace in Silicon Valley

Augmented reality is thundering back to conspicuousness as one of Silicon Valley’s most loved outskirts advances, about three years after Google’s concise, unsuccessful attempt at the market with its notorious smart glasses. When feedback of the Google Glass over security and wellbeing concerns drove a few bars and eateries to boycott the then-$1,500 smart glasses, the eventual fate of blending counterfeit illustrations with genuine review appeared to be more similar

Making Journalism Content Interesting Possible with Virtual Reality

As journalism touches new heights, new strategies are being implemented to make the stories more interesting. Virtual reality technology is one way by which journalists can attract more audience. However, according to researchers, this technology should be used in a limited way. This is primarily due to the stories’ credibility getting affected if virtual reality is used in high amount. A study published in the latest issue of Cyberpsychology, Behavior,

New Double-glazing Solar Power Device to Open up New Opportunities

Researchers from the University of Warwick have designed a new, thing, and double-glazed solar power device – essentially a window that has a transparent outer pane and conducts electricity. Developed by Dr Yorck Ramachers and Dr Gavin Bell from the university, the unique approach to garnering solar power could open up many new opportunities for the development of more advanced solar power devices.  The new device is unlike other solar

Study Suggests a Way for Computers to Learn New Words in Conversation

Researchers at the Osaka University, Japan, have designed a methods for conversational systems – the highly advanced computer systems that are intended to talk with humans in natural languages. The new method allows the system to learn or understand the ontological category of an unknown term in a conversation with the use of implicit confirmation instead of responses to explicit questions that could turn out to be very abrupt. A

A New Software Uses Virtual Reality to Control Robots

With recent advancements robots can be controlled using virtual reality. Several improvements in their mechanism have enabled autonomous robots carry out diverse tasks by themselves. However, there still exists many circumstances where human control becomes necessary. To tackle this concern, computer scientists at the Brown University have innovated technologies enabling control and monitor of autonomous robots using virtual reality. This recent development has made it possible to control robots remotely.

Toxic Bacteria to Be Identified Using AI with Increased Meticulosity

Microbiologists from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) have built up a brilliant magnifying instrument that utilizes computerized reasoning (AI) to precisely analyze fatal blood contaminations. The magnifying lens is improved with machine learning innovation in the expectations that it will help set up the therapeutic field for the up and coming retirements of profoundly prepared microbiologists — which are as of now hard to find. The system will be

Light Green Plants Help Enhance Photosynthetic Efficiency Finds Study

In a new development in plant research, scientists have introduced plants with light green leaves in a bid to enhance photosynthetic efficiency that can have an impact on crop yield. This is to allow more light to infiltrate the crop canopy and augment overall light absorption to have an impact on crop yield. The study revealed that light green plants with reduced chlorophyll content not only improve canopy-level photosynthesis, but

Connectivity Software for Building Layered Databus IoT Architectures

Seamless data sharing is often touted as one of the most crucial elements of any IoT applications. In industrial environments, especially, with the a vast range of conventional devices, processes, and operations working in tandem with the help of a variety of communications protocols, seamless data sharing takes precedence when it comes to earlier planning, designing, as well as the implementation of new products or technologies. When not managed well,

Uber to Soon Launch its “Flying Taxis” with NASA

Uber has stepped forward in its idea to make self-sufficient “flying taxicabs” a reality, marking an agreement with Nasa to build up the product to oversee them. Uber said its flying taxi administration would be simply electric and that an adventure that would take 80 minutes via auto in surge hour movement could be diminished to as less as 4 minutes. Uber expects to have some type of its air

Apple to Unveil iPad with Face ID in 2018

I-phone X may have just hit the market, but Apple Inc. is not one to sit complacent. It has already begun work on redesigning a high-end iPad having many of the important features of iPhone X such as edges that are slimmer and facial recognition. The new product is set to be launched as early as 2018. What’s special in the upcoming model? The new version, however, may not have

Researchers Develop Integrated Circuits to be Printed Directly on Fabric

A team of researchers from the University of Cambridge have successfully integrated breathable, stretchable, and washable electronic circuits into fabric, creating new opportunities for the growth of the wearable electronics and the smart textile industries. These circuits have been created using cheap and eco-friendly inks and have been printed with traditional inkjet printing techniques. The team has been working with their colleagues in China and Italy and have displayed how

70% of IT Companies in Europe Foresee Brexit as a Boon for Business

A fresh survey by Interoute has notified that more than two-thirds (63 percent) of owners of business pertaining to information technology (IT) expect Brexit to evolve as a benefit or boon for their business and lead to high growth across Europe in the years ahead. Similar sentiments were sent out by IT decision makers in the U.K. too, wherein 61 percent believed Brexit was good for their enterprise. The reshuffling

Of Various Renewable Energy Types, Hydropower Most Dangerous

Adoption of renewable sources of energy is one of the hottest topics these days, with several governments promoting strategies that could compel people, power companies, and policy-makers shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy. While this shift seems like the most important step required to bring down the level of pollution and help with global warming, scientists are highlighting some of the negative ecological impacts of the rapid rise in

AR/VR to Ease for Developers through New Storage for 3D Objects

For engineers making content devices for virtual and expanded reality material, what a decent begin to the month. Furthermore, you can express gratitude toward Google. November 1 denoted the presentation of Poly, wherever you go to peruse, find and download 3 Dimensional objects. Poly is mainly Google’s open library of free AR/VR treats, specifically, a 3D protest and scene library that makers can utilize. Andrea Zvinakis, item administrator, did the