Electric Vehicles (EVs) have become one of the most promising technologies in the fight to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, yet electrical grids are still powered by fossil fuels. That's why researchers are turning to solar power to help mitigate environmental concerns caused by EVs.
Mobility continues to be one of the greatest challenges for smart cities, so researchers have developed a system that not only improves current transportation management but also expands the opportunities for building better-connected cities.
Many vaccines, like those for COVID-19, must be kept cold. To prevent waste and breaches in the cold chain system, researchers have developed an IoT monitoring system that tracks the temperature and location of vaccines from the manufacturing plant to the patient's arm.
50 years ago, Neil Armstrong made history by taking the first steps on the Moon. The research, planning, and technology that took him there now stands at the foundation for new space missions and ambitions. How does the space technology of 1969 compare to 2019?
The security and safety of connected vehicles is far from guaranteed. This cybersecurity overview discusses the threats posed by increased connectivity, and the work still needed to ensure driver safety.
When it comes to driver safety, smartphones do not have a good reputation. But new research suggests that, through machine learning, these devices can help identify abnormal driving behaviors to improve driver’s habits.
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