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This morning, DJI hosted a panel of experts in the aviation field, including the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Jay Merkel and AUVSI's Tracy Lamb, to discuss the implementation of airplane and helicopter detectors in its new consumer drones starting January 1, 2020. Every drone model weighing over 250 grams will have AirSense Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) receivers
You can now option up most any motorcycle with blind spot warnings thanks to an aftermarket kit by Taiwanese company Senzar. This little jigger attaches to your license plate holder, adding a radar that looks back some 30 ft (9 m) on both sides of the rider... Continue Reading Senzar brings aftermarket blind spot detection to any motorcycle Category: Motorcycles Tags: Motorcycle
If the mosquitos in a given area are carrying a potentially lethal virus, then the sooner that local health authorities know about it, the better. According to new research, traps that collect the insects' liquid waste may allow that to happen – and cheaply, too... Continue Reading For faster mosquito virus detection, their waste may be the way to go Category: Good Thinking Tags: J
A team of scientists have solved the mystery of the strange Parkinson's disease odor, revealing a number of skin-secreted volatile biomarkers can be detected in patients suffering from the disease. The next step for the research is to turn this discovery into an early-detection tool... Continue Reading Smell of Parkinson’s finally identified, early detection test on the way Category: Medi
X-rays and MRIs can be very effective ways to detect breast cancer in its early stages, but given the commonness of the disease scientists are always looking at ways to improve diagnostic methods any way they can. Researchers in Vienna are making some promising progress in this area, developing a new method that revolves around a waistcoat packed with flexible radio frequency coils... Cont
The earlier cancer is detected, the better the odds of treating it. But of course tumors can be hard to spot until they get to a certain size, at which point it might be too late. Now MIT researchers have developed a new optical imaging system that could be used to spot tiny tumors deep inside the body... Continue Reading MIT's "DOLPHIN" could spot tiny tumors for early cancer detection C
A team of scientists from the University of Illinois at Chicago and Queensland University of Technology in Australia has demonstrated a new, cheap and fast device that can detect floating cancer cells in a tiny blood sample... Continue Reading Microfluidic device promises cheap and fast detection of cancer cells in blood Category: Science Tags: Blood Cancer D
At its X-Summit event in Dubai, Fujifilm announced a major firmware update for the X-T3, coming in April. Firmware 3.0 will bring improvements to Eye-AF, and should provide faster AF tracking performance and face detection. Face selection will be added, and 'touch operability' will also be improved.You can see a preview of the changes in the video above, which will start playing at the relevant p is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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