Lt. Col. Ryan Rose, a chief within Kirtland Air Force Base’s Space and Missile Systems Centre, visited Aevum this week at the Cecil Spaceport-based launch facility in Jacksonville, Florida.
Matt Johnson Property and personal finance reporter @matte_johnson Australia risks yearly economic losses on par with the pandemic by 2050 unless the country ramps up its fight on the “existential threat of climate change”. Not only would the cost of inaction devastate Australia’s bottom line, but a new report has […]
Cryptocurrencies are surging again, with the Bitcoin price on Friday breaking $US15,000 for the first time since January 2018 after a nearly 10 per cent move overnight.
From this and historical data, the AI calculates a health score for the clamp. The AI also calculated feature relevance—i.e., how much influence each sensor signal had on any anomalous event. The relevance was then used to classify the probable cause of the anomaly.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is already all around us. Online devices have become essential in industries from manufacturing and healthcare to agriculture and environmental management, not to mention our own homes. Digital consulting firm Ovum estimates that by 2022 Australian homes will host more than 47 million IoT devices, and the value of […]
Honda Xcelerator is a program designed for innovators across all funding stages who seek to transform technology and business. Honda has created this program to engage innovators in an open and friendly environment. The program offers funding for rapid prototyping, collaborative workspaces, and pairing with Honda mentors. WHAT WE OFFERFunding […]
Chemical propulsion uses a fuel and an oxidizer, converting energy stored in the chemical bonds of the propellants, to produce a short, powerful thrust, or what we see as fire. It’s loud and exciting, but not all that efficient.
byJoanna Bailey To celebrate zero emissions day 2020, Airbus has revealed three concept aircraft, codenamed ZEROe. These hydrogen-powered planes would be the first to produce zero emissions in flight and could revolutionize air transport for the future. Here’s what you need to know. The world’s first zero emission aircraft European […]
The Future of Hybrid Electric Flight Sustainable Transport Concept Design Starting up a new product business – raising investment, gaining buy-in within your industry, and warming up new customers to build a market – is tough. Doing this in the aviation industry is even tougher. So, how do […]
Axiom’s goal is have add at least three modules to the ISS, with the first scheduled to be taken up to the ISS by a SpaceX Falcon 9 launcher and bolted onto the space station in 2024. All of the modules should be in place by 2028.
Here’s a quick look at how enclosures, automation controls and wiring can be kept safe Kevin Kakascik Just about every product and machine we come in contact with uses electricity. To keep us safe, almost all of them have built-in safety features, especially those on the factory floor. Technicians, maintenance […]
Artificial Intelligence promises to free humanity from mental drudgery and spark a productivity revolution but we’re not there yet by Jonathan Tennenbaum – June 1, 2020 This is the first installment in a series The intention of this article is not to attack artificial intelligence as a technology. Apart from […]
Australian plasma physicist Heinrich Hora believes a fusion reactor can be built for $100 million by Jonathan Tennenbaum May 6, 2020 In this article, Jonathan Tennenbaum constructs – conceptually – a hydrogen-boron fusion reactor similar to one proposed by Australian plasma physicist Heinrich Hora Hora’s approach is one of many […]
An 85-year-old experiment could open the door to nuclear fusion without billion-degree laser beams by Jonathan Tennenbaum April 21, 2020 In 1933 the British physicists Ernest Rutherford and Mark Oliphant reported on a series of experiments in which they bombarded a thin film of the boron compound borax by a […]
By Cathy Foley, CSIRO and Dominic Banfield, CSIRO Quantum technology is not a phrase discussed over kitchen tables in Australia, but perhaps it should be. Australia’s quantum technology research has been breaking new ground for almost 30 years. Governments, universities and more recently multinationals have all invested in this research. […]