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Richard Lee 2017-01-12

in France developed, the japanese softbank was owned by the Pepper is in social situations functional robot.

Relevant to discussion of ageing with and move the device.

the use of leading country is Japan, where, for example, memory patients developed soft hyljerobotti was launched to the market already in the early 2000s.

Many applications have targeted elderly people.

If you want to develop a strong robot with human assistance, for example, to raise him, the robot must be taught to take the right way.

Pepper can speak Finnish, but identified only as taught code words.

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Robert Drummond 2018-03-15
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WASHINGTON, D.C., March 15, 2018 -- When noble metals, like gold, are treated with an aliphatic thiol, like alkanethiol, a uniform monolayer -- a layer only one molecule deep -- self-assembles on the surface.

Each individual molecule can conduct electrons.

This phenomenon is interesting because the conducting molecules produce unique quantum properties that could potentially be useful in electronics such as transistors, superconducting switches and gas sensors.

Attempts to measure the current across this thin skim of molecules have yielded varied results.

Researchers at Aix-Marseille University in France developed a new, stable mechanical setup to measure conductance across individual molecules with greater success.

"This is really a fundamental study concerning the behavior of one or a few molecules," said Hubert Klein, assistant professor at Aix-Marseille University and a co-author on the paper.

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Christopher Hardy 2018-08-15
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Analysis LPWAN - low power wide area network - is the proposed connectivity tech of choice for powering the Internet of Things - and it comes in many flavours.

Where low throughput is required (infrequent uploads or smaller message payloads), from devices in factories or hospitals for example, low powered and therefore cheaper solutions are working well.

As these are cellular-based, the assumption is that they are more expensive but that’s not necessarily the case.

The LoRa technology was born in Grenoble, France, developed by startup Cycleo in 2009.

Of course, hitting these numbers will depend a lot on the application.

Semtech claims more than 50 million LoRa-based end nodes and 70,000 LoRa gateways have already been deployed worldwide.

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David Bierman 2016-10-21
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Making robots act like humans is hard, but making robots act like insects is considerably easier.

And if you ve ever seen a towering ant hill, or a massive bee hive, you know that thousands of insects working together can accomplish impressive things.

So why not have a bunch of tiny robots do the same?

Researchers from Stanford University in the US, Université Paris-Sud, and Université Paris-Saclay in France, developed these simple one-inch Zooids micro robots featuring a pair of wheels, a battery, a touch sensor, a gyroscope, and an optical sensor.

They re a far cry from Boston Dynamics ATLAS humanoid bot, but still remarkably capable.

They re not going to lead military troops into battle, but as demonstrated in this video, the Zooids can work together for a variety of different purposes such as acting like animated pixels in an interactive display, or more mundane chores like bringing you your smartphone when you simply don t feel like reaching for it.

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Micheal Smith 2018-10-05
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Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) is a semiconductor fabrication technique developed by IBM that uses pure crystal silicon and silicon oxide for integrated circuits (ICs) and microchips.

An SOI microchip processing speed is often 30% faster than today's complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS)-based chips and power consumption is reduced 80%, which makes them ideal for mobile devices.

Soitec (France) developed the smart cut technology in collaboration with CEA-Leti (microelectronics research lab).

The leading players are emphasizing on modernizing their plants in APAC and fab facilities with advanced technologies.

The countries such as China (Taiwan included) and Japan have the largest semiconductor manufacturing base, which is further helping the SOI market grow in this region.

The increase in production facilities, rising demand for consumer electronics products, and continuous upgradation and improved efficiency of fab facilities are the key factors driving the growth of the SOI market in APAC.The Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) market was valued at 500 Million US$ in 2017 and is projected to reach 1830 Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of 17.6% during the forecast period.

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Pratiksha 2021-09-06
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The Global Refinery Catalysts Market is projected to reach USD 6.72 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 4.1% during the forecast period.

Refinery catalysts due to their properties are commonly used in petroleum refineries to change the chemical reaction rate.

In addition, the quality of the gasoline products generated by FCC and hydro-processing is also enhanced.

Refinery catalysts are known to minimize the adverse effects of gasoline and diesel on the environment.Get free sample copy of this report @ https://bit.ly/3h5UPgo Key Developments in the Refinery Catalysts Market:In April 2017, Rotary Engineering Ltd (Singapore) signed a contract with Emirates National Oil Co. (ENOC) of Dubai which amounts to USD 1 billion.

Rotary Engineering will make 12 storage tanks refinery which will store the increased production of jet fuel, naphtha, and gasoline blendstocks.In July 2017, Axens (France) developed Craken series of hydrocracking catalysts for optimum cycle time and efficient processing of the feedstock.

This would assist the business to achieve a competitive advantage over other industry players providing various catalysts for hydroprocessing.In April 2018, Indian Oil Corporation (India) planned on investing USD 3.5 billion to expand and upgrade its refineries and boost its marketing network.

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Richard Lee 2017-01-12

in France developed, the japanese softbank was owned by the Pepper is in social situations functional robot.

Relevant to discussion of ageing with and move the device.

the use of leading country is Japan, where, for example, memory patients developed soft hyljerobotti was launched to the market already in the early 2000s.

Many applications have targeted elderly people.

If you want to develop a strong robot with human assistance, for example, to raise him, the robot must be taught to take the right way.

Pepper can speak Finnish, but identified only as taught code words.

Christopher Hardy 2018-08-15
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Analysis LPWAN - low power wide area network - is the proposed connectivity tech of choice for powering the Internet of Things - and it comes in many flavours.

Where low throughput is required (infrequent uploads or smaller message payloads), from devices in factories or hospitals for example, low powered and therefore cheaper solutions are working well.

As these are cellular-based, the assumption is that they are more expensive but that’s not necessarily the case.

The LoRa technology was born in Grenoble, France, developed by startup Cycleo in 2009.

Of course, hitting these numbers will depend a lot on the application.

Semtech claims more than 50 million LoRa-based end nodes and 70,000 LoRa gateways have already been deployed worldwide.

Micheal Smith 2018-10-05
img

Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) is a semiconductor fabrication technique developed by IBM that uses pure crystal silicon and silicon oxide for integrated circuits (ICs) and microchips.

An SOI microchip processing speed is often 30% faster than today's complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS)-based chips and power consumption is reduced 80%, which makes them ideal for mobile devices.

Soitec (France) developed the smart cut technology in collaboration with CEA-Leti (microelectronics research lab).

The leading players are emphasizing on modernizing their plants in APAC and fab facilities with advanced technologies.

The countries such as China (Taiwan included) and Japan have the largest semiconductor manufacturing base, which is further helping the SOI market grow in this region.

The increase in production facilities, rising demand for consumer electronics products, and continuous upgradation and improved efficiency of fab facilities are the key factors driving the growth of the SOI market in APAC.The Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) market was valued at 500 Million US$ in 2017 and is projected to reach 1830 Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of 17.6% during the forecast period.

Robert Drummond 2018-03-15
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WASHINGTON, D.C., March 15, 2018 -- When noble metals, like gold, are treated with an aliphatic thiol, like alkanethiol, a uniform monolayer -- a layer only one molecule deep -- self-assembles on the surface.

Each individual molecule can conduct electrons.

This phenomenon is interesting because the conducting molecules produce unique quantum properties that could potentially be useful in electronics such as transistors, superconducting switches and gas sensors.

Attempts to measure the current across this thin skim of molecules have yielded varied results.

Researchers at Aix-Marseille University in France developed a new, stable mechanical setup to measure conductance across individual molecules with greater success.

"This is really a fundamental study concerning the behavior of one or a few molecules," said Hubert Klein, assistant professor at Aix-Marseille University and a co-author on the paper.

David Bierman 2016-10-21
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Making robots act like humans is hard, but making robots act like insects is considerably easier.

And if you ve ever seen a towering ant hill, or a massive bee hive, you know that thousands of insects working together can accomplish impressive things.

So why not have a bunch of tiny robots do the same?

Researchers from Stanford University in the US, Université Paris-Sud, and Université Paris-Saclay in France, developed these simple one-inch Zooids micro robots featuring a pair of wheels, a battery, a touch sensor, a gyroscope, and an optical sensor.

They re a far cry from Boston Dynamics ATLAS humanoid bot, but still remarkably capable.

They re not going to lead military troops into battle, but as demonstrated in this video, the Zooids can work together for a variety of different purposes such as acting like animated pixels in an interactive display, or more mundane chores like bringing you your smartphone when you simply don t feel like reaching for it.

Pratiksha 2021-09-06
img

The Global Refinery Catalysts Market is projected to reach USD 6.72 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 4.1% during the forecast period.

Refinery catalysts due to their properties are commonly used in petroleum refineries to change the chemical reaction rate.

In addition, the quality of the gasoline products generated by FCC and hydro-processing is also enhanced.

Refinery catalysts are known to minimize the adverse effects of gasoline and diesel on the environment.Get free sample copy of this report @ https://bit.ly/3h5UPgo Key Developments in the Refinery Catalysts Market:In April 2017, Rotary Engineering Ltd (Singapore) signed a contract with Emirates National Oil Co. (ENOC) of Dubai which amounts to USD 1 billion.

Rotary Engineering will make 12 storage tanks refinery which will store the increased production of jet fuel, naphtha, and gasoline blendstocks.In July 2017, Axens (France) developed Craken series of hydrocracking catalysts for optimum cycle time and efficient processing of the feedstock.

This would assist the business to achieve a competitive advantage over other industry players providing various catalysts for hydroprocessing.In April 2018, Indian Oil Corporation (India) planned on investing USD 3.5 billion to expand and upgrade its refineries and boost its marketing network.