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Nov 26, 2021

Watch: BMW Made the World’s First Electrified Wingsuit. It Reached 186 MPH on Its First Flight

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After three years of intensive research and countless test flights in BMW’s horizontal wind tunnel, Salzmann and the wingsuit completed the maiden flight over the picturesque mountains of Austria last week. The 33-year-old was dropped by helicopter at just shy of 10,000 feet alongside two other fliers sporting conventional wingsuits. BMW says the electric wingsuit enabled Salzmann to accelerate faster than his mates at a peak speed of 186 mph. (Normal wingsuit operators typically reach horizontal speeds around 62 mph.)

The e-wingsuit is built upon BMW i EV technology and powered by a chest-mounted rig. It offers 15 kW of grunt that’s split between two 7.5 kW carbon impellers. The impellers spin at a speed of 25,000 rpm and produce thrust for up to five minutes. The aim of the electric wingsuit is to increase performance and eventually allow for longer distances to be covered.

Nov 26, 2021

How an AI-powered system helps Abu Dhabi rank among the safest cities in the world

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Through the integrated use of sensors, closed-circuit television network, automatic licence plate readers and facial recognition software, all of which feed data into a central control room, the Safe City project helps authorities predict incidents and take preemptive action against crime or violence, said Dr Major Ahmed Al Shamsi, head of Safe City Project at Abu Dhabi Police.

“The project was launched three years ago and currently covers 85 per cent of the emirate’s infrastructure. It has helped reduce traffic incidents and fatalities, patrol areas more efficiently and take action to prevent untoward occurrences,” he told Gulf News on the sidelines of the Abu Dhabi Smart City Summit.

The two-day summit is seeing the attendance of 400 experts, with the focus on the technological advances and innovations that are improving the quality of life in the UAE capital. Organised by Abu Dhabi emirate’s municipalities sector regulator, the Department of Municipalities and Transport (DMT), the Summit has already seen the launch of driverless taxis on Yas Island, as well as the signing of other agreements with technology developers like Huawei, Bayanat and G42.

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Nov 25, 2021

EdisonFuture EF1-T Aims for the Cybertruck

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Yet another EV start-up has plans for an electric truck, and this one has a few things in common with the Cybertruck. Here’s what it plans to offer.

The Cybertruck won’t be out for another year at the earliest, but it keeps inviting fresh competition from EV start-ups and established automakers alike. The latest such hopeful arrived at the LA auto show a few days ago, featuring styling that could be described as a smoothed-out Cybertruck.

The latest contender concept hails from EdisonFuture, not to be confused with Faraday Future, and like Tesla it is once again named after a 19th century electrical pioneer. (Yes, most of the names of 19th century electrical innovators are already taken by EV start-ups).

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Nov 25, 2021

What can Artificial Intelligence do?

Posted by in categories: biological, Elon Musk, information science, robotics/AI, supercomputing, transportation

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Nov 25, 2021

How NASA Technology Is Improving Air Travel

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NASA’s aircraft flight scheduling technology will start rolling out in 2023 to better coordinate aircraft movements at airports across the United States. It follows almost four years of research and testing by NASA and the FAA.

NASA’s surface metering technology is being integrated into the FAA’s airport surface management technology called the Terminal Flight Data Manager (TFDM) that will get implemented at 27 airports around the US.

The platform aims to improve efficiency, shift departure wait times from the taxiway to the gate, save fuel, reduce emissions, and give airlines and passengers more flexibility in the period before leaving the gate.

Nov 25, 2021

‘Super jelly’ made from 80 per cent water can survive being run over

Posted by in categories: chemistry, robotics/AI, transportation

It could replace cartilage in knees and even help create soft robots 🤯

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s ‘super jelly’ — a bizarre new material that can survive being run over by a car even though it’s composed of 80 per cent water.

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Nov 24, 2021

New High-Speed VTOL Aircraft Reach Jet-Like Cruise Speeds of 450 MPH

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The aviation pioneer Bell unveils a new type of eVTOL with high speed, also called HSVTOL, that can fly at 450 mph.

Nov 24, 2021

It’s a Bus. It’s a Train. It’s Both!

Posted by in categories: economics, energy, transportation

Circa 2008

What do you get when you cross a bus with a train? A dual-mode vehicle that has the versatility of a bus, the speed of light rail and fuel economy vastly better than either. Toyota and its truck-making subsidiary Hino Motors have signed on with Japan Rail Hokkaido to develop the vehicles, which carry 25 […].

Nov 24, 2021

Elon Musk Explains On Twitter Why The Cybertruck Has Been Delayed So Much

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk came out some days ago to try to make a few things clear. He gave an explanation to why the Cybertruck has been postponed so many times, especially why it’s so difficult to produce new cars. In the list of Teslas postponed new vehicles is the Cybertruck, and Tesla s, and we could also include the tesla roadster which has also been postponed so many times seeing as it’s going to be coming with a completely new design from its predecessor. Let’s get into More detail on Elons reason for postponing the launch of these vehicles so much.

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Nov 23, 2021

Elon Musk Makes Fun of US Officials Who Refuse to Say the Word, Tesla

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Elon Musk makes fun of Joe Biden after the latter commented on the electric vehicles without mentioning the leader of this industry, Tesla.

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