Engineering

LiDAR technology could improve safety features in vehicles

As of 2022, 17 car manufacturers have announced plans to use or are currently using LiDAR sensors across 21 different models. However, there are a few things that need to be solved before this technology can be used widespread.

Computer Sciences

Randomness in quantum machines helps verify their accuracy

In quantum computers and other experimental quantum systems, information spreads around the devices and quickly becomes scrambled like dice in a game of Boggle. This scrambling process happens as the basic units of the system, ...

Energy & Green Tech

Researchers reveal the role of 'lithium creep' in batteries

Safer and more powerful electric vehicles are one step closer thanks to new Deakin University research. It has pinpointed a crucial mechanism inside lithium-metal batteries that could prevent battery degradation and inform ...

Software

Going the extra mile to boost interest in electric cars

The main drive toward electric vehicles comes from the environmental urgency of eradicating our dependence on fossil fuels, reducing local pollution levels, and cutting greenhouse gas emissions by turning to sustainable and ...

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