How many aircrafts are currently in the air? Where is repair required? Users of the AVIATAR platform from Lufthansa Technik have their eye on all of the data regarding their fleet.
Having an overview saves money. When an airline wants to make optimal use of its fleet, it needs innumerable facts. In particular, facts to do with maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO). How many aircraft are currently undergoing maintenance? Which ones had to land due to an unplanned repair? How long does it take to obtain a replacement aircraft?
Climeworks has launched the world’s first commercial plant that captures atmospheric CO2 for supply and sale to a customer. The Swiss direct air capture company launched the commercial-scale Direct Air Capture (DAC) plant, featuring its patented technology that filters carbon dioxide from ambient air. The plant is now supplying 900 tonnes of CO2 annually to a nearby greenhouse to help grow vegetables. The plant is a historic step for negative emissions technology – earmarked by the Paris climate agreement as being vital in the quest to limit a global temperature rise of 2 °C.
Cutting-edge technology and the creativity of a team of 200 designers come together in the design process of a new car. Three-dimensional rendering systems convert the designer’s sketch into a virtual vehicle. However, the hands of a skilled sculptor are still needed to turn an idea into a reality for the first time. These are the steps:
OpenSynergy paves way for next-generation autonomous devices with virtualization for ARM’s most advanced real-time processor
To address increasing software complexity in devices such as autonomous vehicles and industrial control systems, this approach allows for the isolation of safety-critical functions from those that require less stringent control. In addition, it enables the consolidation of applications onto fewer electronic control units (ECUs) to both manage complexity and reduce cost.
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