Anders Andrae was recently quoted in the Guardian as, “We have a tsunami of data approaching. Everything which can be digitalised. It is a perfect storm. 5G is coming, IP traffic is much higher than estimated, and all cars and machines, robots, and artificial intelligence are being digitised, producing huge amounts of data which is stored in data centres. ‘Tsunami of data’ could consume one fifth of global electricity by 2025.” This statement summarizes the purpose of this blog.
Juan Hinestroza recently took a step ahead towards cleaner manufacturing. An associate professor at the College of Human Ecology, he has been travelling to a number of manufacturing facilities all over the world. He claims that there are a few area on this planet where he can recognize the color of fashion by just taking…
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A team of engineers working at the University of Delaware recently developed a completely new method for keeping a check on the structural health of infrastructure with the help of “smart skin” derived from carbon nanotube composite. The composite it is derived from is robust mechanically and has the ability to adhere to any surface and shape. In short, it is perfect to keep a check on the health of structures, bridges, or roads.