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One pilot died and another escaped with serious injuries when a Russian military helicopter crashed during an airshow in Russia on Sunday. The Mi-28N was taking part in a demonstration by the Berkuty (Golden Eagles) aerobatic team, which does formation aerobatics in the attack helicopters.
Aveva would receive Schneider Electric’s industrial software business and cash for a 53.5 percent stake in the British engineering company.
Brain-controlled prostheses sample a few hundred neurons to estimate motor commands that involve millions of neurons. Sampling errors can reduce the precision and speed of thought-controlled keypads. A new technique can analyze this sample and make dozens of corrective adjustments in the blink of an eye to make thought-controlled cursors more precise.
Short-term bill averts highway funds cutoff; six-year measure raises hopes that the House will produce similar plan in the fall.
Anti-Terrorism: Department of Homeland Security effort still faces challenges, congressional investigators find
A multitude of professional drivers suffer from back problems. One cause: driver seats that are inadequately adjusted to each driver's ergonomic needs. Fraunhofer's researchers, in joint collaboration with Isringhausen GmbH & Co. KG, engineered a driver's seat whose shape and position can be adjusted by using simple hand gestures.
From the official CDAC website it is confirmed that the CDAC DASDM or Diploma in Advanced Software Development Methodologies course is aimed for those who want to enter the field of computing.
CDAC believe that after the completion of the course, students can work as one of the following in the IT Industry.
Charging bateries or running air conditioning could be assisted by energy from fuel normally wasted as heat emissions