Over the last decade of development, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or simply, drones, have been rapidly established as one of the most versatile and defining technologies of today.
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The O&G industry is notable for its high barriers of entry within nearly every sub-sector, including drilling, supplying equipment and mechanical check-ups.
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After nearly two decades of establishing themselves as global leaders in graphics processing units, Nvidia has been expanding across a handful of adjacent markets for several years now.
One of perhaps the most captivating and intensive research topics currently being pursued are the efforts toward achieving artificial photosynthesis.
Routine inspections of oil fields and surrounding workspaces are generally considered a tedious and expensive requirement.
As is often the case with rapidly developing technology; legislation, regulation and government bodies can be slow to catch up, as is the frequently the case with clean energy initiatives.
One of the more intensely debated subjects within the IoT landscape is the IOTA cryptocurrency, currently valued at $3.7 billion and the subject of both praise as well as scepticism.
Over the last small handful of years, Tesla has quickly become one of the most widely covered businesses in the world. Despite varied opinions on Elon Musk, or Tesla’s ambitious goals, they have continued to develop highly innovative technologies on a vast industrial scale, and in a relatively miniscule window of time.