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[ad_1] Plastic pollution is one of the major environmental challenges of our time, and tourism has an important role in contributing to the solution. Tourists visiting places such as the picturesque port at Cassis, southern France, often see an unedifying sight: single-use plastic-mostly bags, packaging, discarded drinks bottles, and even used surgical masks floating in
[ad_1] OKI Launches Ultrafine Diameter Robot Cable and Ultrafine Diameter Cable Cable combining outstanding durability with industry-leading fineness to meet the wiring needs of confined spaces New products: ORP-30F Cable (black)and OFV-30F Cable (gray) TOKYO, October 7, 2021 — On September 9, OKI Electric Cable (President: Hideo Yamaguchi, Headquarters: Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture), a subsidiary of
[ad_1] Here’s our curated list of important tech news from this week in byte size. Airbus’ electric air taxi European aerospace firm, Airbus, is developing a new fully electric air taxi to carry up to four passengers in urban environments. The CityAirbus NextGen will be equipped with fixed wings, a V-shaped tail, and eight electrically
[ad_1] This is it! This week, we’re at the DARPA SubTerranean Challenge Finals in Louisville KY, where more than two dozen Systems Track and Virtual Track teams will compete for millions of dollars in prize money and being able to say “we won a DARPA challenge,” which is of course priceless. We’ve been following SubT
[ad_1] Israel-based Unlimited Robotics revealed its new service robot, Gary, geared and manufactured to perform any home, business or office chore, the company announced in a statement.  Alongside the big reveal, the 20-team member Israeli start-up also announced its new developer’s platform, Ra-Ya, which “makes it easier for any software engineer to build robotic applications
[ad_1] Ernakulam: Bob Paulose Aappakkan, a native of Tripunithura has played a major role to set up India’s first Educational Robotics gallery. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Science City in Gujarat’s Ahmadabad two weeks back.  The science city including a 15,00 square metre aquatic gallery, 3 storeyed robotics gallery and national park has gained global