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Toyota Builds New Magnet For Electric Motor For High-Temperature Conditions

New Magnet For Electric Motor

Toyota develops a new magnet for motor that uses less neodymium.  They have replaced some part of neodymium with less expensive rare earths, cerium (Ce) and lanthanum (La).  It provides an equivalent level of heat resistance and coercivity, while decreasing the neodymium amount up to 50 percent.  Toyota Motor Corporation revealed the world’s first heat-resistant, ...

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Archos Revealed The First Electric Scooter Powered By Android

Citee Connect

Archos announced the Android powered electric scooter, Citee.  It has a 5-inch display in the middle of handlebars.  The Android Oreo OS runs on a quad-core processor, has 1GB of RAM and 8GB of flash memory, and supports 3G.  A French multinational electronics company, Archos has announced the first electric scooter powered by Google Android ...

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7 Different Types of Rockets | Based On Propulsion And Their Usage

Space Shuttle Columbia

Rocket propulsion is a fascinating technology. A technology that generates thrust which moves any aircraft through the air. But do you know the rocket technology was invented by the Chinese in the 13th century? Well, of course rockets were then not used for any kind of spacecraft, but for military use instead. One such ancient rocket launch ...

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12 Most Powerful Aircraft Engines in the World

Trent 700

Over the period of time, ‘Engines’ have become one of the integral part of our day to day life. Now, whether it’s a car, motorcycle, a truck or even a plane, without engines, they are just a big useless metal crap. Unlike the ones in our cars, engines fitted into the planes are specially designed ...

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Identifying Cybersecurity Threats To Self-Driving Vehicles | New Tool

Threats To Self-Driving Vehicles

The issues and vulnerabilities involved in autonomous vehicle are often under-studied.  Researchers have developed a tool for identifying cybersecurity risks in self-driving vehicles.  The new model presents a blueprint for reducing security threats and make automated vehicle system more secure and safe.  The self-driving cars are still in their infancy phase, and it’s no secret that ...

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Depth Sensors In Self-Driving Car Are Now 1000 Times Better

Depth Sensors In Self-Driving Car

Researchers develop a new approach that enhances the resolution of time-of-flight depth sensors thousand fold. It uses ideas from interferometry and LIDAR that allow to capture things at higher resolution. The system has a depth resolution of 3 micrometers at the range of 2 meters. The evolution of self-driving car is here, and big players like Google and Tesla ...

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Boeing MQ-25 Stingray Will Extend The Combat Range of Fighter Jets

Boeing MQ-25 Stingray

Boeings reveals a MQ-25 Stingray prototype, an unmanned carrier aviation air system. It has a wing-body-tail configuration with strike, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities.   It will extend the combat range of fighter jets and seamlessly integrate with carrier’s catapult, and launch and recover systems.  Boeing believes that unmanned aircraft systems are perfect for refueling United ...

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The BFR (Big Fu***ng Rocket) by SpaceX | All You Need To Know

BFR engine testing

SpaceX is working on a game-changing project under the supervision of its cofounder Elon Musk, a tech entrepreneur who is widely known for his bold decisions and investments. On 29th September 2017, Musk announced a brand a new rocket and outlined how SpaceX will colonize Mars. What you know is they are developing the world’s ...

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20 Intriguing Facts About Tesla Motors

self driving tech

Tesla Motors may be one of the hottest car companies out there today, taking major parts of the world by storm, but it wasn’t the case several years ago. Launched with a unique vision, Tesla motors wanted to prove that people need not to compromise in anything to drive electric cars and they can actually be better, ...

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