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  • [New] Zoox, based in California, will use a fleet of Toyota Highlander vehicles retrofitted with its sensor technology and autonomous driving software. The National
  • [New] Foster City, Calif.-based Zoox will deploy a fleet of Toyota Highlander vehicles retrofitted with its sensor technology and autonomous-driving software. Automotive News
  • [New] Unlike earlier stereoscopic camera rigs that required two cameras with two sensors and two lenses, the EOS VR system is built around the RF 5.2 mm Dual Fisheye - and its dual, hyper-wide, 190 ° field of view lenses project two circular images onto a single camera sensor. Digital Camera World
  • [New] Using sensor data on pipelines, historic emissions data, and overhead imagery, AI algorithms can accurately predict leaked emissions from pipelines and equipment across the United States without requiring continuous costly physical inspections. DataRobot | AI Cloud
  • [New] Over the next decade, AI-enabled autonomy, faster computing, and better sensors will continue to improve the functional performance of existing robotic systems and will introduce new combat roles. ETH Zurich
  • [New] The fleets of driverless vehicles will be based on a Hyundai vehicle platform and integrated with sensors, computers and software. TechChannel News
  • [New] The land-based air defense sensors of the U.S. missile defense system remain primarily geared to detecting and engaging ballistic missiles at distance, not cruise missile threats. The National Interest
  • The use of IoT sensors at Cairngorms National Park will allow the National Park Authority to use smart technologies to monitor footfall, route usage and parking via North's IoT Scotland network framework. Land mobile
  • Using data pulled from a global array of sensors, cloud threat researchers found a correlation between the increased cloud spend due to COVID-19 and security incidents. CSO Online
  • GM said that by 2023 it will offer a new version of its Ultra Cruise hands-free driving system using sensors to enable hands-free driving in 95% of all driving scenarios. SURPERFORMANCE
  • A Recurrent Neural Network was developed to predict the relative horizontal velocities of an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) using data from an IMU, pressure sensor, and control inputs. Arxiv
  • The Missile Defense Agency has long invested in AI to recognize ballistic missile launches and rapidly fuse data from several sensors, and similar techniques could integrate sensors against smaller ASCMs. U.S. Naval Institute
  • As the roll out of 5G infrastructure continues across Australia, there is a growing opportunity for councils to develop smart city strategies that leverage the 5G network to expand the usage of data, sensors, and other smart devices to improve city operations and, ultimately, the lives of citizens. ""
  • Weapons and sensor changes will be the primary focus of Eurofighter future capability enhancements, under plans laid out by BAE Systems and Leonardo. Shephard Media
  • Getting the necessary sensors in place to monitor the low-altitude vector of attack could require an expensive expansion of the U.S. missile defense system. The National Interest
  • New digital solutions - such as the GoGuardian Beacon alert system used in Nevada school districts - can help provide additional ears and eyes for warning signs of suicidal ideation among teenagers. Council on Foreign Relations
  • The chemical diversity of DOM will be measured with ultra-high-resolution mass spectrometry and extrapolated with optical sensor data collected by the ASV.
  • Northrop Grumman's GHOST sensor will provide the Air Force with an agile architecture to meet today's ISR needs while supporting rapid system enhancement, testing, accreditation and integration at the speed of relevance long into the future as the dynamic battlespace changes. myerson
  • Carbon Health will offer Alertive's platform, including connected devices, wearables and other sensors, to patients so they can share their vitals with providers. MedCity News
  • The world is heading towards a trillion-sensor economy where billions of devices using multiple sensors will be connected under the umbrella of the Internet-of-Things. Nanowerk
  • In a development that could be of immense use in criminal investigations, Indian scientists have come up with a thermally stable and cost-effective electronic polymer-based sensor for rapidly detecting nitro-aromatic chemicals used in high-energy explosives. @indianscinews

Last updated: 24 October 2021