Phoenix Suns, Community Groups Honor Healthcare Heroes at Upcoming Game

Phoenix Suns, Community Groups Honor Healthcare Heroes at Upcoming Game

Post Views: 227 The HeroZona Foundation, Equality Health Foundation and the Phoenix Suns are excited to announce they will be honoring healthcare heroes from across the Valley during the team’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers at Footprint Center (201 E. Jefferson St.) in Phoenix on Tuesday, Feb. 15. At the event, leaders in Arizona…

Third Wave Systems Establishes Presence in the UK to Drive Machining Modeling Innovation Across Europe

Third Wave Systems Establishes Presence in the UK to Drive Machining Modeling Innovation Across Europe

Post Views: 156 Third Wave Systems (TWS), Inc., a premier Finite Element Analysis (FEA)-based machining simulation provider, announced the next stage of evolution in its partnership with the Advanced Manufacturing Research Center (AMRC) in the UK. “We are thrilled to announce we now have a local presence in the United Kingdom at the AMRC to…

Watch a team of robots launch and target a missile

Watch a team of robots launch and target a missile

Post Views: 165 The demonstration was part of a NATO exercise called Robotic Experimentation and Prototyping Augmented by Maritime Unmanned Systems, or REPMUS. The training ran for two weeks, concluding September 24, and was designed to facilitate collaboration between navies and robots from several nations. The REPMUS series of exercises began in 2019, and it…

The Army isn’t getting its fancy Microsoft AR goggles quite yet

The Army isn’t getting its fancy Microsoft AR goggles quite yet

Post Views: 162 The IVAS, or Integrated Visual Augmentation System, is a headset adapted from the Microsoft HoloLens. By integrating processing power, cameras, and a heads-up display, the idea is that any soldier with a headset can perceive more of the world around them. It is a tremendous promise: that high-tech goggles can let soldiers…

Why the Pentagon suddenly removed thousands of Afghanistan War images

Why the Pentagon suddenly removed thousands of Afghanistan War images

Post Views: 176 The images and videos, which date back more than a decade, were previously published to the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service, or DVIDS, a vast repository of public domain material that’s available for use by the public and the press. The Defense Department began archiving the imagery in August and September as…