Many of us now know about autonomous vehicles, one of the most popular topics on the technology agenda. From cars to drones we are surrounded by unmanned vehicles. Add another one to them: Autonomous ship.
For many years, we easily access the clear images of the Moon. Recently, it moved to a different dimension after NASA shared the 3D map of the Moon. Now every detail on the Moon surface is easily accessible to everyone. The 3D Moon model will especially help CG artists improve their work.
Didi Chuxing, Uber’s biggest competitor in China, started to test robot taxi fleet. In order to become China’s first large-scale self-driving taxi service, Didi is preparing to launch Level 4 autonomous vehicles in Shanghai.
We are in a period where educational technologies are changing rapidly. Blackboards are replaced by smart boards and books are for tablets. The city of Bangalore in India takes it one step further: Robot teachers.
Robots have become more visible in our daily lives. Another good example is the robot traffic police put on duty in Chinese roads. Three robotic team of cops will help their human colleagues maintain order.
Computers, telephones, televisions… All the machines in our lives, including everyday vehicles, are becoming smart. Now it is time to integrate these technologies into our living spaces and maintain order; that is, “Smart Cities”.
Recently we have witnessed the rise of autonomous vehicles. It is possible to say that this technology will mark the coming period. As we often read the news about driverless cars, we are facing a new self-driving vehicle: An autonomous bicycle.
Automobiles are shown responsible for carbon emissions contributing to global warming. But an environmentally friendly approach is on the way. The BioMotive project will produce more bio-degradable vehicle parts to improve the overall sustainability of the transportation sector.
5G technology has created excitement all over the world. Many countries have completed preparations for the infrastructure for it. In addition, investments in this field are continuing at full speed. What should we expect from 5G technology? Will it create a significant change in connectivity?