Innovation of the Week

Hot Topic! Robotic Firefighting Systems That Can Assist (Or Even Replace) Firefighters In The Most Hostile Environments.

Robot firefighting systems for the most hostile environments.

Milrem Robotics and InnoVfoam are developing robot firefighting systems to assist or even replace firefighters in the most hostile environments. The jointly developed firefighting solutions combine Milrem Robotics’ unmanned ground vehicle …

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What We’ve Learned About Boeing’s Scary and Game-Changing Loyal Wingman Fighter Jet Drones

Everything We Learned From Boeing About Its Potentially Game-Changing Loyal Wingman Drone

In what is a massive milestone for Boeing and potentially for unmanned aerial combat systems as a whole, the company officially rolled out the first of three pre-production unmanned teaming …

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New Scavenger Technology Launched That Allows Unique Robots to ‘Eat’ Metal To Create Sustainable Energy

New Scavenger Technology Allows Robots to ‘Eat’ Metal for Energy

When electronics need their own power sources, there are two basic options: batteries and harvesters. Batteries store energy internally, but are therefore heavy and have a limited supply. Harvesters, such …

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Satellite Image Technology Is Being Used To Find And Solve Potholes On Roads In Blackburn

Sometimes they can make motorists feel like they’re driving on the rocky surface of the moon. But the pothole crisis has been solved for one council – by spotting them …

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The UK Launches The World’s First ‘Human Detector’ To Protect Homeless People Sleeping In Bins From Harm

A waste management company has developed a device to help protect homeless people who seek shelter inside industrial bins from harm.

A waste management company has developed a device to help protect homeless people who seek shelter inside industrial bins from harm. As temperatures drop across the country, waste containers become …

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