New computational imaging method identifies letters printed on first nine pages of a stack of paper. MIT researchers and their colleagues are designing an imaging system that can read closed books.
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Data mining and RFID increase productivity in ABS/ESP braking-system manufacturing by one-quarter
Increase of productivity by 10 percent, reduction of storage in production by nearly one-third
Increased competitiveness and transparent processes through Industry 4.0 in the production units from Cluj and Blaj
Bucharest, 4 January 2016 – The ‘connected living’ market – new technology that’s changing how people connect with each other and businesses – is projected to be worth $1 trillion globally, according to new PwC analysis.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Laura and John Arnold Foundation (LJAF) today announced the launch of its new Evidence-Based Policy and Innovation division. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the new division will develop and support initiatives that encourage policy leaders to consider reliable evidence and data as the primary factor in their decisions. Kathy Stack and Jon Baron, two of the nation’s most prominent advocates for evidence-based policymaking, will lead the division. They will support efforts to ensure that government rigorously evaluates existing programs and designs new programs with the use of credible evidence. By prioritizing measurable results, government can allocate funds in an efficient and impactful way to produce meaningful improvements in people’s lives.
Dubbed AMIE (Additive Manufacturing Integrated Energy), the innovative platform features special technology that allows a bi-directional flow of energy between a dwelling and a vehicle (Credit: ORNL)