Significant Market Valuation in Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing Market

The rising digitalization in file sharing solutions and business processes are anticipated to drive enterprise file synchronization & sharing market over the review period. According to the innovative report by Market Research Future (MRFR), the global enterprise file synchronization & sharing market 2020 is slated to obtain a significant market valuation at a steady CAGR over the review period.

Higher Precision in Digital Inspection Market Produces Growth

Higher precision offered in digital inspection, as it eliminates manual error, is identified as the underlying cause for its market to grow, states Market Research Future (MRFR) in its report on the global Covid-19 Impact on Digital Inspection Market. MRFR reveals that the worldwide market of Covid-19 Impact on Digital Inspection Market is likely to expand at a CAGR of 9% over the evaluation period (2018-2023) and value at $26 billion by 2023.

Healthy Growth in Location of Things Market

The market for the location of things is growing at a rapid pace due to its abilities that allow objects to comprehend and communicate their physical positions. Such a factor is termed to be the most influential in the path of the market’s growth over the years. In fact, this factor has longed the global location of the things market to move further and gain more valuation in the coming years.

New Info on Russia’s New Private Spacecraft ARGO – Is It Better?

The Russian private company International Commercial Space announced a concept of ARGO in the Fall of 2019. The majority of the staff is from the S7 Space company, which is the first Russian commercial company providing a full service launching of spacecrafts with the use of the launch vehicles Zenit. Only now is new information pertaining to the ARGO project becaming available. ARGO will be a conjoined project between Roscosmos, Rosatom and Rostec.

Japan Plans Wants Robots to Overtake Work Force and Entertainment By 2050

The Japanese Cabinet has announced an initiative to create a future society as part of the Moonshot Research and Development program.  The main goal of the program is to free people from physical, mental, temporal and spatial restrictions by 2050. By 2030, the government of Japan plans to develop technology for piloting robotic avatars. By combining AI, biotechnologies, and a super-fast network, a single person can control up to 10 avatars simultaneously to perform various tasks from the comfort of their own home and regardless of their physical capabilities.

Shadow Effect Energy Generator – New Breakthrough in Low Cost Technology For All Electronics Charging Needs

Scientists from the National University of Singapore have come up with, assembled and tested a device that converts the contrast in illumination between light and shadow on its surface into electricity; a device called a generator that runs on the shadow effect (shadow effect energy generator — SEG).

The National University of Singapore is a national research university founded in 1905 as the Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States Government Medical School. NUS is the oldest higher education institution in Singapore.

Germany Warns Against Using WhatsApp in Wake of European Parliament Data Leak

The German Government warned federal employees against using the WhatsApp messenger. The information became available on May 17 via Handelsblatt, a leading German-language business newspaper published in Düsseldorf by Verlagsgruppe Handelsblatt. It was founded in the 1946.  The newspaper claims the source of this announcement is a letter from the German Government Commissioner for Data Protection Ulrich Wolfgang Kelber. He sent the letter to all the ministries with a warning.

New Laser Powering Moon Rover

European engineers have proposed a solution that will help the Rover not to loose power in the infinite darkness of the moon’ polar craters. The project is under contract with the European Space Agency, an intergovernmental organization of 22 member states dedicated to the exploration of space. Established in 1975 and headquartered in Paris, ESA has a worldwide staff of about 2,200 in 2018 and an annual budget of about €6.68 billion in 2020.

Facebook To Install Underwater Cable Around Africa – Is it Possible Security Threat to the West?

Facebook is planning to start a project dubbed “2 Africa.” Interestingly, Facebook is going to work with China mobile, MTN from South Africa, French Orange and Vodafone. It also plans to engage local African providers.  Alcatel Submarine Networks will provide the underwater cable system. Alcatel Submarine Networks is a part of the Nokia group.

China Unveils New Nanchang Destroyer – Is It Desperation?

Weibo published the first ever images of the Chinese Nanchang Ship. Weibo is China’s version of twitter  Earlier this year, China announced that Nanchang would be joining the Chinese Navy fleet. China’s military is undergoing a massive technological overhaul as part of Xi’s military ambitions to mirror Russian President Vladimir Putin’s agenda.  The ship is designed for long-range air defense, anti-submarine defense, electronic warfare, destruction of surface and ground targets, escort, long-range patrol and surveillance.

Drone Food Delivery Launched in Russia – Is It Coming to US?

Drone food delivery has been launched in Russia. The residents of the city of Izhevsk are the first in Russia to have such service. ZALA AERO, which is Russia’s leading manufacturer of drones received certification to start selling the service. The ZALA AERO Drone Service launch is perfectly timed, given the coronavirus social distancing measures in place.

WOW! 3D Printer Used to Print Nuclear Reactor in US

The Oak Ridge Laboratory announced a revolutionary project that includes using 3D printing technology to produce a state of the art nuclear reactor. The prototype of its core was printed in just three months. According to the standards of the nuclear industry, this is a super pace. The hexagonal structure took close to 40 hours to build, with temperatures reaching over 1,400 degrees Celsius around the melt pool where a laser heats and melts while adding a new layer.

Russian Autonomous Uninhabited Underwater Vehicle Vityaz Takes Historic Dive

The Russian autonomous uninhabited underwater vehicle Vityaz installed a historic pennant at the bottom of the Mariana Trench in honor of the 75th anniversary of the “Victory in the Great Patriotic War” (WWII).  The information was released by the press service of the Foundation for Advanced Research. The statement claimed this was the first time Vityaz sank to the bottom of the world’s deepest trench. The depth reached was recorded at 10,228 meters.

Russia’s Hidden Silicon Valley

The US Silicon Valley is known around the world. However “Silicon Valley” as such does not exist on the map. This is the name of a conglomerate of cities on the peninsula between the cities of San Francisco and San Jose, where the offices of leading global and IT firms are located. The cities are Menlo Park (Facebook), Palo Alto (Quora), Mountain View (Google, Microsoft), and Sunnyvale (Yahoo, Motorola, Microsoft, Juniper, HP, Amazon, LinkedIn). There are many universities in the area as well.

5 Must Have Tech Gadgets in 2020

A gadget is a little apparatus; for example, a machine that has a specific capacity; however, it is regularly considered as a curiosity. Gadgets are electronically disentangled applications that make work simple. They assume a massive job in the regular man’s life, and we have become so accustomed to it that it turns out to be hard for us to consider day by day life tasks without machines.

Are Russia and Iran Working on Additional Nuclear Deal for Weapons – What About the Embargo?

Iran believes the embargo might be lifted. This opinion was expressed on May 2 by the official representative of the Iranian government, claiming that Iran is convinced that the parties to the nuclear deal, as well as the permanent members of the UN Security Council, will oppose the intentions of the US.  According to the Iranian government representative, “Washington’s desire to extend the arms embargo is another confirmation that the US defiantly ignores international agreements and law.”

New Environmentally Friendly Process of Cellulose Processing for Medical Industry

Russian scientists from the federal Krasnoyarsk Scientific Center discovered a new method of obtaining microfibrillated cellulose, which is used in the manufacturing of biodegradable materials and medical implants. The cellulose polymer is a naturally occurring linear polymer made of repeating units of glucose. Single polymers are stacked together forming fibrils, and these fibrils stack together again to form the cellulose fiber structure that is present in nature. This makes for a very interesting supramolecular structure that consists of both crystalline and amorphous regions.

New Theory and Space X-Rays – What Does It Entail?

There is a group of physicists specifically dedicating their work to the physics of high energy densities. High-energy-density physics (HEDP) is a relatively new subfield of physics intersecting condensed matter physics, nuclear physics, astrophysics and plasma physics. It has been defined as the physics of matter and radiation at energy densities in excess of about 100 GJ/m^3.

Boston Dynamics Robot Will Aid Health Care Workers During Coronavirus Pandemic

Boston Dynamics announced on April 23rd that their four legged robot Spot will be going to one of the Boston hospitals to aid the staff in caring for patients with Coronavirus. Boston Dynamics  has ambitious plans to expand and implement its robot base in many areas of healthcare, as well as providing open access software — so that all hospitals in the world can use such electronic assistants if they want.

A First Time Ever Geological Map of the Moon

For the first time ever, astronomers mapped the entire surface of the moon and classified all the geological structures on its surface. This is big news and the information will be one of the key tools used for further exploration and development as well as for the space mission’s components. The information became available through the 51st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2020 release.

New Material Tougher Than a Diamond Can Revolutionize Aerospace Industry

Researchers have created a new material that is harder than a diamond. This material could revolutionize the aerospace industry within the manufacturing sector. Thus far the new material has only been tested in a lab setting. The Nanolettuce structure is porous. The work consists of three-dimensional carbon struts and a connecting bracket. Due to its unique structure, these structures are incredibly strong and light.

New Breakthrough Work Involving AI and Neuroscience – Can Spinal Cord Injury Be Treated?

Breakthrough new research became available on April 20 discussing how neuroscientists created artificial neurons from protein strands to behave like live ones. Neurons are the nerve cells and nerve fibers that are electrically excitable cells in the nervous system that function to process and transmit information. In vertebrate animals, neurons are the core components of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves.

US Developed New Algorithm to Analyze Coronavirus Mutations in Nearly Real Time

A new research paper has been published pertaining to the creation of an algorithm that is able to quickly identify the mutations of COVID-19. Now the effectiveness of quarantine can be tangibly tracked and evaluated. Labs that are working to develop a vaccine, and some that are in testing phases, will be evaluate their vaccines using this new technology.

Space X to Send Astronauts to Space Next Month

SpaceX announced plans to send two astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) on May 27, 2020. This will be the first manned flight launched from the United States after a nearly 10-year break. “On may 27, NASA will again send American astronauts on American rockets from American soil!” – reads the tweet of  Jim Bridenstine, Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Great New Solution by Japanese Studio to Enhance Video Conference For Work and Privacy

Coronavirus quarantines around the world have intensified the need to work from home and the utilization of online tools to complete tasks. Many unfortunate people got laid off during coronavirus or were unable to continue their job duties, such as in the hospitality and service industries. For millions of professionals the only way to sustain employment and productivity is to work from home. However, there are needed tools to achieve such tasks.

New Method to Cool Superconducting Circuits in Quantum Computers

Researchers from the VTT Technical Research Center in Finland have proposed a solution to cool the superconducting circuits of the quantum computer to an operating temperature, which would be close to zero. The new method proposed does not require the use of a cryogenic heat removal system. Instead, it allows them to cool the superconducting circuits utilizing an electric current.

Shock Wave Glider Technology Can Be Used For Mars Travel By NASA

Patrick E. Rodi from Rice University came up with a solution for an aircraft to be able to ride a shock wave and use its power for good instead of fighting it. Dr. Rodi worked in the aerospace industry for 23 years specializing in high speed aerodynamics, aerothermodynamics, and vehicle design, most recently as a  Lockheed Martin Fellow and as the AeroSciences Lead on the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle program.  Currently, he is a a Professor in Practice  at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Rice University.

New Breakthrough in Technology World Allowing 1000x Increase in Data Transfer Speed

A new breakthrough compound that emits bright light has been achieved by the scientists from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands. The University has been placed in the top 400 universities in the world by five major ranking tables.  The project team was lead by Erik Bakkers. The team is comprised of International physicists.

April 10 – One and Only BepiColombo Visible Flyby – (Tonight in Western Hemisphere)

BepiColombo a joint project between the European Space Agency and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) aimed to exploring the Mercury planet will have its one and only flyby on April 10, 2020. The spacecraft is going to Mercury on a research mission.  BepiColombo is Europe’s first mission to Mercury. Launched on October 20, 2018, it is on a seven year journey to the smallest and least explored terrestrial planet in our Solar System.

New Russian Patent for Enhanced Facial Recognition System

A new patent has been granted in Russia. The patent holder is PJSC Sberbank, a state-owned Russian banking and financial services company headquartered in Moscow. The company was known as “Sberbank of Russia” until 2015. Sberbank has operations in several European and post-Soviet countries. The patent is very relevant for the present conditions, since nations like Russia and China are tracking their citizens digitally during the quarantine to know where they are at all times and if they are violating the mandatory quarantine.

How AI Technology Influences Better EHR Outcomes in the Healthcare Industry

It’s only been a few years since Artificial Intelligence to promote the efficiency of Electronic Health Records was on the wish list of healthcare facilities and organizations everywhere to move on up to the to-do list, and for some the wish is now an accomplishment that sits boldly on the done list. Before AI can be used to improve EHR systems a successful integration is needed of the EHR into the healthcare setting. There are seven steps to EHR integration success. They are: