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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


Hydrogen and fuel cells gaining ground

One of the big questions facing automakers currently is where the power for their electric vehicles should come from. In Germany, hydrogen and fuel cell technology is an increasingly strong contender in this regard. So much so, in fact, that the country's political leaders are starting to put in place the necessary programs. The northern states of Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Hamburg and Lower Saxony, for example, have adopted a "North German Hydrogen Strategy". HANNOVER MESSE has addressed these issues and challenges for years with a dedicated showcase: Hydrogen + Fuel Cells, Europe's leading event for hydrogen and fuel cell technology.

More than just a buzzword

Innovations as a resource of the digital age
Once the reputation is ruined... To prevent the German corporate landscape from losing its positive image and being left behind by global players, the topic of innovation must be at the top of the agenda. Because innovations are more than just a buzzword - the future belongs to them.

Arkema, Nexoon, 5M, and IRT M2P join forces to work on a project involving factory-manufactured modular constructions made from Elium® resin

Arkema, Nexoon, 5M, and IRT M2P join forces to develop a new concept for factory-manufactured “custom” constructions. Each partner will contribute its expertise and know-how in order to validate this innovative construction concept aimed at meeting the needs of individual or collective, high-end or social, housing and also commercial or industrial buildings.

KIT: Servicing Machine Tools with Artificial Intelligence

Researchers of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have developed a system for fully automatic monitoring of ball screws in machine tools. A camera integrated directly into the nut of the ball screw is used. Based on the image data generated in the process, an artificial intelligence (AI) continuously monitors wear and tear, thus reducing machine downtime.

CES 2020: Bosch presents intelligent technology that is “Invented for life”

Award-winning: Bosch receives the Best of Innovation award – twice – for its 3D vehicle display and one other product.

Out of this world: Bosch AI system analyzes instruments on board the ISS.
Suitable for everyday use: Bosch technology revolutionizes the design of data glasses.

Raising the standard with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning: Konica Minolta launches MOBOTIX 7 solution platform

Konica Minolta is making the next big advance in intelligent video technology by launching the MOBOTIX 7 smart solution platform and the M73 IoT camera that uses it. The latest generation of MOBOTIX video cameras offers a whole new set of functions plus application solutions based on deep learning, opening up new possibilities far beyond traditional video security. The M73 comes with more than 15 apps integrated into its camera software, which can be used to optimise business processes in practically any industry.


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