Tag: department

  • Fugro marine robots locate World War II ship 80 years after tragic sinking

    Fugro marine robots locate World War II ship 80 years after tragic sinking

    In an extraordinary mission that took nearly five years of planning, Fugro has played a key role in locating the wreck of the Montevideo Maru, one of the worst international maritime disasters in history. In close partnership with the Silentworld Foundation and the Rabaul and Montevideo Maru Society, and support from Australia’s Department of Defence,…

  • Important reasons why your company needs a managed IT services company

    Important reasons why your company needs a managed IT services company

    A lot of the businesses do not have in-house IT support department, which is the reason they have to get third-party services. If you have a small business and you are not planning to hire a lot of people just for the IT Department, you can easily get help from the third party companies. But…

  • Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority seeks volunteers to test connected vehicle technology

    Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority seeks volunteers to test connected vehicle technology

    Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) is moving to the next stage in testing and implementing connected vehicle technology in Tampa with four auto manufacturers on board. THEA is recruiting volunteer drivers who drive a Honda, Acura, Hyundai, Kia or Toyota for the THEA Connected Vehicle Pilot. This research project has the potential to improve driving…

  • TotalEnergies and Amada Europe strengthen their partnership

    TotalEnergies and Amada Europe strengthen their partnership

    TotalEnergies, a global multi-energy production and supply company, and Amada Europe, a manufacturer of machine tools for the sheet metal industry, have signed a partnership for the supply of original equipment lubricants to Amada Europe’s plants as well as a range of Amada branded lubricants. The partnership will last for five years and will cover…

  • US launches billion-dollar plan to establish quantum computing and artificial intelligence institutes

    US launches billion-dollar plan to establish quantum computing and artificial intelligence institutes

    The US government has launched a billion-dollar plan to establish quantum computing and artificial intelligence scientific research institutes. The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the US Department of Energy (DOE) will distribute the $1 billion in awards for the establishment of 12 new artificial intelligence (AI)…

  • US tightens restrictions on Huawei

    US tightens restrictions on Huawei

    The US government has tightened its restrictions on doing business with Chinese telecommunications equipment supplier Huawei. The US had already effectively banned American companies from providing a platform for Huawei, which led to the company being unable to put its products and services on the Android operating system used by the majority of smartphones around…

  • Hyundai expands partnership with US government to support hydrogen fuel cell research

    Hyundai expands partnership with US government to support hydrogen fuel cell research

    Hyundai Motor Company has expanded its partnership with the US Department of Energy in relation to its support of the DOE Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Program. Hyundai’s commitment aims to increase technical collaboration to better understand challenges and to collect and publish independently validated data from demonstrating fuel cell technologies and hydrogen infrastructure under real…

  • The Future of Auto Transportation

    The Future of Auto Transportation

    We live in a world of automation. Our worlds are in the palm of our hands, thanks to mobile technology. We have more access to everything, faster, and drones are already delivering parcels. Self-driving cars are fast approaching the next stage after experimentation. But what does this mean for the future of the auto transportation…

  • US Senate approves Elaine Chao to steer driverless policy

    US Senate approves Elaine Chao to steer driverless policy

    The US Senate has approved Elaine Chao to become the next secretary of transportation.  This means she will be in charge of the department at something of a crossroads in motoring history, with autonomous vehicles accelerating their way onto public roads faster than many had predicted, and with the steady growth of intelligent transport systems. Chao –…