Wireless providers have a variety of tools at their disposal to improve 4G or 5G services un-der certain conditions. One such piece of equipment is called a COW, an acronym that used to stand for Cellular on Wheels, but now, with the new technology, the ‘W’ represents ‘Wings’.
For the second year in a row, afforestation of burned areas with drones has been carried out in Croatia. The innovative O2 Project wants to contribute to the preservation of ecosystems in the Republic of Croatia as well as the world through the development of the first autonomous fleet of afforestation drones.
Last November, drones flew over the areas affected by wildfires in British Columbia (Canada), dropping thousands of tree seeds on the charred soil. The flights were part of an experi-mental trial and attempts at reforestation in areas that were completely burned in the de-structive 2017 fire season. With drones on their side, people believe reforestation will go much faster, especially since wildfires are getting worse.
Automation, robotization and the replacement of human labor with robotic labor is nothing new, but it’s been happening for the last hundred years and has intensified over the last 30 years.
Amazon was granted approval by the U.S. regulatory agency to install a radar sensor in the bedroom. Its device will monitor the movements of sleepers while the technology analyzes all movements and based on this data, consumers can monitor their sleep habits and quality.