Insights from BCC Research

Artificial Intelligence: The Future of Airport Security?

Posted by Sarah Gallo on Jan 8, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Airport Security

Traveling for the holidays, you may have wished for a smoother, more efficient airport security process – one with shorter lines and fewer checkpoints. Thankfully, multiple companies are developing security devices powered by artificial intelligence (AI) in order to reduce time, increase effectivity and drive the future of security devices at large.

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Cities in America Are Getting Smarter About Parking Solutions

Posted by Clayton Luz on Feb 12, 2018 1:45:00 PM
parking-meter.jpgIn Florida, the cities of St. Petersburg and Sarasota have joined the growing trend of U.S. cities that have adopted smart parking technology solutions and applications to ease commuter congestion and reduce carbon emissions.
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No Man is an Island. No Robot is Either: Co-Bots Enter SE Asia Market

Posted by Clayton Luz on Dec 7, 2016 10:00:00 AM
Co-Bots.jpgPoet John Donne's oft-quoted line refers to the notion that humans don't thrive when isolated from others. Although he was a Christian, Donne's concept is shared by other religions, principally Buddhism.
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New Technology Energizing Hydraulic Cylinders Industry

Posted by Clayton Luz on Dec 28, 2015 6:00:00 AM
Digitally controlled hydraulics represent the type of technological breakthrough the hydraulic cylinder industry seeks in the wake of increasing environmental regulation and rising energy costs. Typically, hydraulic pumps and motors are controlled by varying the stroke of pistons with an adjustable mechanism. But that technology has proved inefficient for automotive transmissions and wind turbines.
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