06 mai 2018

DELIVERY BOTS HAVE AWKWARD SIDEWALK INTERACTIONS, TOO

 Credit : Wired Self-driving cars have it rough. They have to detect the world around them in fine detail, learn to recognize signals, and avoid running over pets. But hey, at least they’ll spend most of their time dealing with other robot cars, not people. Now, a delivery robot, on the other hand, it roams sidewalks. That means interacting with people—lots of people—and dogs and trash and pigeons. Unlike a road, a sidewalk is nearly devoid of structure. It’s chaos. Block by block, a San Francisco startup called Marble has... [Lire la suite]
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18 avril 2017

TRANSPOLIS markets APTS pressure sensors in Japan

TRANSPOLIS produces and markets some news measuring devices : the APTS sensors, developped by IFSTTAR (the French Institute of Science and Technologies in Transports, Land Development and Grid). Since april, the company has found a new distributor for these sensors : FITPACIFIC.  The APTS sensors have been created for dummy serie "Q-Dummies" that represents child between 1 and 10 years old. Vertically implanted in pairs in the abdomen of the dummy, they are the essential tool for the assessment of abdominal injuries that... [Lire la suite]
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