Two different standards are competing for the attention of regulators. These standards are relevant to what some experts call the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) or, in other words, connected cars which can communicate both with their internal and external environments.
In this early part of the 21st century, a growing number of anxieties crystallize around the use of robots and automation, both in the workplace and in our homes. We worry about robots taking our jobs, becoming smarter than us…and eventually replacing us altogether.
Standards are essential for human civilization. Standards enable the global interoperability of technical solutions while ensuring that the technical progress can be applied smoothly on a global scale.
The release of 157 new emojis increases the number of symbols that we can use when we talk to each other. The Unicode Consortium just released the guidelines that vendors need to update their emoji fonts and code. These new emojis will most likely appear on our mobile phones, computer
The answer is, all of these items can be made using 3D printing. Today, 3D printing is considered as a disruptive technology that has the potential to radically change the way we produce and consume. 3D printers come in all shapes and sizes, such as small table units or room-size equi