Tesla Motors had its first fatality. The response from Tesla included a very odd statistic. The company estimates that there were 130,000,000 miles driven last year in Tesla vehicles. The implication being that 1 fatality is below the ‘norm’ reported in Department of Transportation statistics. Thus, we can conclude that the driving record for […]
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Open MeSA workshop with Nikolaos Mavridi...
The MeSA Lab successfully held the first open MeSA Workshop entitled “Ηuman-machine collective intelligence. From interactive robots to the collective intelligence”. The topic was analysed by Dr. Nikolaos Mavridis. About the event For some time now, the construction of robots that can communicate with humans using natural language and become comrades, is an interesting perspective of the science of […]
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN)
Smart sensors, or intelligent sensors, or smart dust, or, simply, motes, form sensor networks, most commonly using wireless technologies, into Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN). WSNs represent a significant improvement over traditional sensor networks since they can collect measurements from inaccessible areas of interest, such as a battle field or an area in the middle of […]