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LED Light Engines Help in the Battle Against COVID-19

LED Light Engines COVID 19 PHOTOInnovations in Optics, Inc. offers high power LED Light Engines as fluorescent excitation illuminators for life science instruments. The company is deemed an essential supplier to several life science companies that manufacture equipment used to diagnose patients and study the virus. From Western blot imaging and real-time PCR to fluorescence microscopy, our LumiBright light engines are known for their ultra-high brightness and unsurpassed illumination uniformity.

IDC's Inaugural European Data Strategy and Innovation Awards Showcase the Successes of AI, Analytics, and Data Management Trailblazers from Industry

European trailblazers in the fields of AI, analytics, and data management were celebrated today in a special awards webcast hosted by IDC — with category winner awards going to NatWest Markets, Lufthansa CityLine, and Dentsu Aegis Network.

Scientists demand minimum humidity at the workplace

As a result of the Covid 19 crisis, a global petition calls on the World Health Organization (WHO) to define clear guidelines for minimum air humidity in commercial and public buildings. The petition is based on numerous studies that show that a mean humidity level of 40 to 60% can prevent infections of the respiratory tract.

New molecules for innovative high-tech materials

Rare earths are a component of many high-tech products due to their special properties. Scientists from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) are working on new possibilities for the use of these elements. The team produces so-called sandwich complexes with rare earths, which in the future could serve as novel molecular materials for more powerful storage media or displays. The German Research Foundation (DFG) is funding the pioneering study with 500,000 euros as a Reinhart Koselleck project.

Computer scientist makes virtual worlds palpable

A walk in the woods: you can feel the soft moss under your feet, notice how rotten branches and twigs break when they appear, feel the gnarled bark of a tree. Impressions such as these are perceived through the sense of touch and have therefore been denied to digital worlds until now. Paul Strohmeier, a computer scientist at Saarland University, has now developed a new process that can artificially generate such haptic sensations. This makes virtual reality and "extended reality" comprehensible in the truest sense of the word. For his dissertation on this topic Strohmeier has now been awarded by the world's largest conference for human-computer interaction.


- Special in-house laboratories develop and optimize laser welding processes for electric motors and batteries

- Comau laser welding guarantees a precise and effective joint even when using several materials with extremely different specific properties
- Laboratory equipment with Comau NJ-220 robots and the innovative LHYTE (Laser Hybrid Technology) system developed by Comau in partnership with Prima Electro
- The laboratories make it easier to experiment with new surgical procedures to save time and money

RoboSense Smart LiDAR Sensor Wins the 2020 Edison Awards

RoboSense, the world’s leading autonomous driving LiDAR perception solution provider, has been honored as a winner in Transportation & Logistics Category for 2020 Edison Awards. The Edison Awards is one of the world's prestigious awards that symbolize the persistence and excellence in innovation and honors the most innovative products and business leaders in the world. It is Established in 1987 and named after inventor Thomas Alva Edison and sometimes referred to as “The Oscars of Innovation”. All the winners were chosen as the "best of the best" by the globe review panel consist of 3,000 senior business executives and academics.

Oxbotica and Cisco to Solve Autonomous Vehicle Data Challenge with Pioneering OpenRoaming Platform

- Autonomous vehicles generate 1.2TB of data per day – the equivalent of 500 HD movies or 200,000 songs
- OpenRoaming is key to unlocking seamless and secure sharing of high-volume data by autonomous fleets
- The partnership marks an important operational milestone for Oxbotica as the company prepares for large-scale deployment of its autonomy software
- Together, Oxbotica and Cisco aim to enable cost-effective and fully-scalable deployment globally

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