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Zuri 2.0 eVTOL Has 435 Mile Range Source: Zuri Highly Advanced Hybrid Electric Flying Machine Prague, Czech Republic-based, urban air mobility startup Zuri has unveiled a long distance, unmanned eVTOL (electric, vertical takeoff and landing) vehicle. The aircraft has a big range of 435 miles which could make it an industry gamechanger. To date, most eVTOLs have had very limited range: many in the neighborhood of 50 to 100 miles. Zuri extended the vehicle's range by using a hybrid electric powertrain. Zuri 2.0 is designed to carry 4 to 5 passengers for regional travel. The company has also unveiled a cargo version of the eVTOL. Both versions fly by autopilot. All phases of the flight are unmanned. Technology Details Zuri is a hybrid eVTOL with eight tilting electric motors (4 propellers in the front and 4 propellers in the back) for vertical takeoffs and landings. There's a turboprop engine for forward flight. It can fly 435 miles in less than 3 hours. The maximum cru
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Vehicle Intelligence Behind the Wheel Source: InnovizOneA Dawn of Mass Market Autonomous Cars New vehicle intelligence systems, packing LiDAR and computer vision software, are being touted as enabling the beginning of mass market, autonomous cars. InnovizOne by Innoviz Technologies, based in Israel, has been cited by CES 2019 as the technology leader in vehicle intelligence systems. BMW is deploying it in their autonomous vehicles starting in 2021. For a great news blog, go to Important Innovations Collection: Autonomous Driving Toward Mass Markets : Vehicle Intelligence Behind the Wheel Source: InnovizOne Enabling Mass Commercialization of Self-Driving Cars It's the vehicl...
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Big Step toward General Artificial Intelligence for Computers Photo Source: MIT Important Invention by UCLA Engineer s UCLA scientists have significantly advanced what's called computer vision. They have developed an AI computer system that can discover and identify real world objects in the same way that humans do. General AI Experts are hailing this as a step toward what's called General AI. General AI enables computers to learn and make decisions on their own. For a news blog on this fascinating innovation, check out my journalist colleague Ed Kane at Important Innovations Collection: AI System Mimics Human Reasoning : Computers with Ability to Visualize and Identify Objects Source: MIT Next Generation of Artificial Intelligence Engineers at the ...