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Fundamentals of Rocket Science, with Falcon 9 You will understand the working of Rocket engines, how different stages separate, how orbit transfers and maneuvers work. You will learn about the Falcon 9 rocket in detail. Along with the rocket, you will have a strong grasp of various systems and innovations pioneered by Spacex. You will …

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Atlas, Boston Dynamics’ Incredible Humanoid Robot

You may have stumbled upon a viral video of a certain 5ft 9in robot tripping in the snow, lifting boxes and getting bullied with a hockey stick. While it is a delight to watch and can be interesting to share, it’s the actual technology that makes the video so impressive. The latest version of Atlas, the …

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Exosuit Development for the Battlefield

The exosuit or “Exoskeleton suit” is no longer just found in the realm of science fiction and the big screen, but is getting closer to becoming reality on the battlefield. The Incredible HULC Lockheed Martin has begun military testing on the Human Universal Load Carrier (HULC) robotic exosuit, originally introduced by Berkeley Bionics in 2008. It …

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Personal Delivery Robot – Starship Technologies

Your delivery man might soon be a cutting-edge intelligent robot trundling down the street on six-wheels. In early 2015 Starship Technologies launched an autonomous delivery robot, designed to deliver groceries and goods to consumers in Greenwich, London at the cost of only £1 per delivery. These all-electric robots are capable of traversing urban environments, including …

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The Robot Clam That Could Someday Help Lay Transatlantic Cable

The mechanics of animal locomotion have recently become a source of inspiration for many designers. One example of this is Assistant Professor Amos Winter’s project, which started off with the need to create an underwater robot capable of digging. His robot needed to be compact, rigid, and able to move underwater while requiring little power …

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