Innovation Spotlight
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Top mobile trends
To keep you updated on the latest mobile advances, we’ve compiled some of the cutting-edge research published in IEEE Xplore.

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Drone Whiskers
Sensors that mimic animal whiskers can give drones the sense of touch, helping them navigate around obstacles and sense vibrations.

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3D printing liquid metal
3D printing liquid metal can create stretchable electronic devices for wearables and other technology.

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Speech is the most important form of communication in our daily lives. At times, our voices can even save us, whether we’re lost in a dense forest or trapped in the wake of a natural disaster. Now, researchers from California State University, Fresno have developed a way to detect voices ...

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water technology for water scarcity
To provide clean water rural communities facing water scarcity, researchers have engineered an atmospheric water generator (AWG) which is more cost-effective than bottled water.

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To efficiently manage scarce water supplies in agricultural communities, researchers have developed a blockchain-based automatic water control system.

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Researchers have created low-cost IoT water sensors to improve water quality in developing countries.

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As urban populations continue to grow around the world, the need for fresh food, especially produce, is becoming critical. To help address this need, a team from the University of Electro-Communications in Tokyo has developed a compact, IoT-enabled hydroponic planter system. The planter was designed for consumers with minimal...

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To speed up the adoption of self-driving cars, researchers have found a way to measure the trust and comfort of passengers.

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In order to make sense of IoT data, and efficiently access the information produced by the IoT network, researchers have combined 5G and AI in a new system called the 5G I-IoT paradigm.

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