Chinese company BYD Auto has been manufacturing electric buses for several years. The automaker has recently broken the world record by presenting its new 27-metre vehicle capable of carrying up to 250 passengers.
Robotics researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have come up with an innovation based on a well-known modular robot developed a few years ago.
Cheil Worldwide, a subsidiary of South Korean giant Samsung, has presented a development built to increase safety in residential, commercial and other buildings: Firevase, a throwable fire extinguisher.
Drones are one of the most promising inventions of the 21st century, which can be used for a variety of purposes. Many people are waiting for the time when delivery services start using unmanned aerial vehicles, which seems to be coming soon.
The mission called upon to find out whether life has ever existed on the red planet is scheduled to start out in 2020. It will be carried out by Mars 2020 rover accompanied by a small helicopter. NASA recently announced that the helicopter had passed its first tests.
The official Samsung channel on YouTube has released a video showing the endurance tests of the new flagship Galaxy Fold smartphone with robots involved in the folding mechanism testing.
The first version of the Handle robot was presented in 2017, and already then the innovation made a great impression on the public. The company has worked on the device for two long years recently unveiling its updated version.
Information about the project was posted on the page of the company’s representative Lou Weibin in Weibo social network. It shows a comparative test of Oppo 50W SuperVOOC charger vs Xiaomi’s new device that proved to be one-third faster than its opponent.
Sports cars are produced in limited editions. For example, there are only 500 McLaren Senna ones in the world. However, number 501, made entirely of Lego parts, has recently appeared.
Boeing has announced the second stage of the GoFly contest completed. The finalist startups will receive $50,000 apiece to create full-size motorcycles to compete in the contest’s finals for a $1.5-million prize.\n
A new Japanese development will make space flights cheaper and safer. To solve this problem, robot avatars will take on the most difficult and dangerous types of work on the ISS.
According to the creator of the project, an engineer named Razvan Sabie, his device represents today’s shifting paradigm in aircraft construction. The invention is called ‘ADIFO’. \n