Cloud-seeding operation begins in skies over Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia’s DPRK to launch first robot to drive offshore oil operations: CEO RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Research Products Development Co., a subsidiary of PIF-owned TAQNIA, is launching its first robotic prototype this year to support offshore oil operations, its CEO said. “The robot will be used to inspect leakage in pipelines under water,” RPDC CEO … Read more

District doesn’t allow students to travel after qualifying for robotics world championships

Valley View Elementary School’s Sixth Grade VEX Robotics Team qualified for this year’s world championship in Dallas, Texas. Now, parents are disappointed, saying the school district changed the rules around travel, pulled their funding, and consequently, who can participate. (Erie Tiger Network, YouTube) Estimated read time: 2-3 minutes BOUNTIFUL – Valley View Elementary School’s Sixth … Read more

Robotics competition resumes | News

LANCASTER – After a two-year pandemic-related hiatus, the Aerospace Valley Regional robotics competition returned, April 7 through 9, bringing with it a chance for high school students to demonstrate their prowess and “gracious professionalism” on and off the competition playing field. . Hundreds of high school students and mentors on 35 teams from as far … Read more

TMS robotics team excels on tourney circuit | News

Tahlequah Middle School sponsors three robotics teams, and they’re all competing in different tournaments and winning contests. The three teams attended the Technology Student Association VEX Conference Tournament in Park Hill, where they vied against 34 teams throughout the region. Artemis ranked first, followed by Cu? Iosity. That Weird Team finished eighth, but impressed judges … Read more

TMS robotics team excels on tourney circuit | News

Tahlequah Middle School sponsors three robotics teams, and they’re all competing in different tournaments and winning contests. The three teams attended the Technology Student Association VEX Conference Tournament in Park Hill, where they vied against 34 teams throughout the region. Artemis ranked first, followed by Cu? Iosity. That Weird Team finished eighth, but impressed judges … Read more

Energy-guzzling data centers must drive toward green cloud computing

Energy-guzzling data centers must drive toward green cloud computing (Shutterstock) Building vast data centers around the world has raised concerns about their high energy and water consumption. This was highlighted when Google’s plans to build a data center in Luxembourg in 2019 faced criticism when it was estimated that it would consume up to 12 … Read more

Utah high school students try their untrained hands at robotic-assisted surgery

Tommy Lalli, clinical sales representative for Intuitive, prepares students to operate the da Vinci XI robotic-assisted surgical system at Lone Peak High School on Monday. (Logan Stefanich, KSL.com) Estimated read time: 3-4 minutes HIGHLAND – A robot probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think of hospital equipment, and especially not … Read more

Sweeny High School Robotics Team Advances to State | Wbweekly

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Islanders, MOVIA Robotics Make Unique Donation

Apr 2, 2022 The Bridgeport Islanders, American Hockey League affiliate of the New York Islanders, and MOVIA Robotics have teamed up to donate a MOVIA Robot-Assisted Instruction (RAI) Teacher’s Aide system to Geraldine Johnson School in Bridgeport. The Teacher’s Aide system, called The Kebbi Robot, valued at more than $ 5,000, is an educational robot … Read more

Columbia robotics team heads to world championship in Houston | From Missouri News

COLUMBIA – Columbia’s robotics team, Army Ants Team 3792, is headed to the world championship in Houston because of their work toward diversity and inclusion. The FIRST Championship is in Houston and set for April 20-23. The team qualified by winning the Chairman’s award in St. Louis, which celebrates outreach inclusive efforts. The captain, Luke … Read more