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IoT News - Mumbai Manufacturing, Nokia’s Smart Cities + AT&T Bids on Brazil

Mumbai based conglomerate, Reliance Industries, plans to invest $9 billion dollars into the country’s first integrated industrial area. Following the announcement, more than 20 global technology companies including Cisco, Dell, Siemens and HP have enthusiastically agreed to invest in the initiative. Local media reports claim company chairman, Mukesh Ambani, believes India has the capacity to outpace and overtake China in the manufacturing sector.

In a move to capitalize on the challenges of urban management, Nokia has announced a number of smart city services that will allow operators to sell data through blockchain enabled smart contracts. One solution involves deploying and integrating sensors into a real-time monitoring platform. Known as “sensing-as-a-service”, this technology will be able to detect illegal construction, the burning of rubbish and other environmental changes. Nokia’s suite of additional services includes secure MVNO’s for public safety agencies and an Integrated Operations Center for smart city management.

According to reports from O Globo, AT&T is considering a bid on Brazil’s 700-MHz spectrum, which goes to auction later this year. While they already own the country’s largest satellite provider, Sky Brazil, AT&T could gain entry as a mobile network operator (MNO) with the purchase of unsold spectrum blocks from the country’s previous auction in 2014. Bid’s will be open to new and existing operators, which puts AT&T up against four major players in Brazil’s competitive mobile market who already account for more than 175 million connections.  

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anonymous asked:

Do you think using rocket boots (like Cad Bane's) along with a jetpack (like the Mandalorians') would make flight easier or more difficult? Like, would the extra rockets help maneuverability and/or speed, or would they just be more jets to keep track of?

Usually, having multiple sources of thrust that aren’t coordinated with each other is bad news. If the user managed to keep their body completely straight and still, I would imagine that the combination could give them extra speed. However, rocket boots are more maneuverable than jetpacks and much more unstable, so I think it’s more likely that they would end up interfering with the jetpack’s ability to maneuver and cause the user to go all over the place, because those rockets have the potential to point in any direction if the user can’t control them perfectly. 

Hope that helps!

~ Jacen
Assassin’s Creed Origins’ new educational mode is a violence-free tour through ancient Egypt
Assassin’s Creed Origins’ free educational mode is out today.
By Andrew Webster

“My favorite part of an Assassin’s Creed game isn’t the epic story, or the thrill of running across the rooftops of a huge, bustling city. It’s definitely not all of the neck stabbing. Instead, the moments that really stick with me are the quieter ones, where I have the chance to really appreciate the detail that’s gone into creating these historical settings, whether it’s ancient Rome or industrial era London. Unfortunately, often those moments are disrupted when I accidentally enter a restricted area, or when the story forces me to assassinate someone to proceed.”

“Today sees the release of a new “discovery tour” for Assassin’s Creed Origins, and it feels like it was designed specifically for players like me. A completely separate mode, the educational tour does away with the violence and story that are at the core of Origins, and instead gives players a guided look at the realities of ancient Egypt, where the game takes place. It’s sort of like one of those audio tours in museums — except here you can climb a pyramid or ride a boat down the Nile while you learn.”

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Oh no 

I’ve lost my phone

I swear I just had it 

In my hand

I’ve looked under the bed

All around my room

I’m so filled with dread

This for sure spells my doom

I’ve already lost one to a lake 

This year and can’t afford

To get another

Oh please don’t be lost forever

Now my rooms a mess 

And my Mother’s called several times.

I’ve never had this much stress

I pray to hear the chimes

Find my Iphone rings loud and clear

I mutter a curse as I tear through the house

Searching for the 100th time this year

For me, it spells one thing clear, the doghouse 

Desperate and despairing

I trudge back up the stairs 

Onto my bed, I find myself falling

My eyes full of tears

Only to find right beside me

My phone lying there

Betwixt my books and a cup of tea

It wasn’t there when I looked I’m sure

ROBOT DOGS ATTACK: Tech giant teaching their robo-dogs to fight humans

‘Testing robustness’ is apparently crucial to a robotic dog’s development, with SpotMini showing it won’t be intimidated by human interference.

Boston Dynamics’ four-legged machine SpotMini took the internet by storm when it easily opened a door and walked through it unchallenged.

Now the former Google turned SoftBank robotics firm is teaching its robodogs to fight back.

A new video released by the firm shows Spot fighting back against a human who is closing the door on it.

SpotMini grabs the handle and turns it. Its creepy fifth arm with a claw on the front assists its mission of winning the fight.

Boston Dynamics describes the video as “a test of SpotMini’s ability to adjust to disturbances as it opens and walks through a door”.

“The ability to tolerate and respond to disturbances like these improves successful operation of the robot,” the company said in a statement.

If these autonomous dog bots are released in public, we may just have a case of a robot Cujo. Try putting that on a leash.


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