Month: May 2023

A Former Pilot On Why Autonomous Vehicles Are So Risky

In October 2021, Missy Cummings left her engineering professorship at Duke University to join the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) in a temporary position as a senior safety advisor. It wasn’t long before Elon Musk tweeted an attack: “Objectively, her track record is extremely biased against Tesla.” He was…
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Morris Tanenbaum, Inventor of the Silicon Microchip, Dies at 94

Morris TanenbaumSilicon microchip inventor Fellow, 94; died 26 FebruaryTanenbaum’s research in the mid-1950s proved that silicon was a better semiconductor material for transistors than germanium, which was commonly used at the time. His discovery paved the way for more efficient transistors critical in technologies that ushered in the Information Age.He…
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Stereo Machine Vision With Custom FPGA for Precise Surgical Tracking

Developing imaging technology for surgical tracking requires engineering that goes beyond the capabilities of conventional camera providers. Discover how JADAK collaborated with ClaroNav, a worldwide pioneer in surgical navigation, to integrate system electronics and FPGA processing into a customized solution for their next-gen MicronTracker, greatly improving imaging speed and accuracy.
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