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    Proceq of Switzerland was founded in 1954 and is a leading manufacturer of high quality portable testing solutions for many different industries. The company’s strong research and development...
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    Expert System Solutions S.r.l. develops and creates applications for several industrial sectors, especially for the ceramic industry, using optimization technique and algorithms of artificial...
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    Braincube is a one-of-a-kind solution that maximizes your productivity. Our AI technologies continuously collect your data in any format and structure it in a single, secure database and provide...
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    Spectro Scientific, an ISO 9001:2008 company, specializes in analytical tools and software for machine condition monitoring. The company is one of the largest suppliers of oil and fuel analysis...
  • Article - 29 Mar 2017
    Manchester has produced many Scientists and Engineers over the years. This infographic celebrates the proud history and achievements of the Mancunian people.
  • News - 2 Feb 2018
    In his paper published in Science Advances on the 26th January, Michael L. Schneider and his team describe their latest achievement that could be the key to making artificial intelligence more human....
  • Article - 14 Jul 2017
    The SCHUNK Co-act Gripper JL1, uses artificial intelligence to create 'smart hands' for human/robot collaboration, and goes beyond the standards of traditional grippers.
  • News - 12 Jun 2007
    Scientists at the University of Portsmouth are using the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence to develop the world's first thinking car wheel. The 'smart' wheel is being developed under a...
  • Article - 19 Dec 2007
    Super-flexible wires, electrodes and interconnections were developed using conductive adhesives containing Ag particles dispersed in a silicone-based binder. These expected to be a key technology for...
  • News - 19 Aug 2014
    Researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and the Wyss Institute have created autonomous robots that follow simple rules to gradually arrange themselves into...