Next year, Holland will test the autopilot ship on the canal stellarium

Holland will be held next year in the canal to test the autopilot ship Tencent Automobile News Beijing on September 21st news, according to foreign media reports, in Holland’s capital Amsterdam, nearly 1/4 of the area covered by the river, over more than and 100 km long canal from the city through the flow of the. There is no doubt that when the city to consider the future of transportation, it is not going to the city in the United States for testing driverless cars interested, instead of unmanned ship things. From the Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Carlo · (Carlo Ratti) is the main Lydia researchers unmanned ship project, he said in a press statement: "you can imagine a fleet from unmanned ship consisting of the shuttle in the canal, which is the transport of goods and passengers. You can also imagine a temporary dynamic floating facility built on the canal, like a bridge or platform that people need, and it can be assembled or disassembled in a matter of hours." According to reports, this research project has a simple and clear name called Roboat, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Holland Institute of domestic universities (Technische Universiteit Delft and Wageningen University in Holland). Currently, the project team has raised 25 million euros ($27 million) of research funding, and plans to 2017, on the canal in Amsterdam put his first robot ship prototype. Of course, the team developed unmanned ships can also be used as temporary bridges or public transport. In addition, the Roboat project will also explore unmanned ship data collection, and with these data to help understand public safety and health issues. The study will be based on the idea of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are preparing to put sensors into the sewer system to observe the spread of the disease. AMS’s scientific director, van Timmeren, said in an interview with The Verge, the website, that the research project aims to create a "potential disease outbreak prediction model"." He believes that the robot can be in the sewer system for the analysis of human excreta and sample data extraction, but also to the spread of various diseases from influenza to diabetes under different conditions to describe the situation. Van Timmeren said the project will also explore commercial applications in other systems, such as in the Sewage Monitoring Technology (or semi-automatic driving a taxi), you can provide products to other cities. He also pointed out that nearly 80% of the world’s economic output from coastal and delta regions, while the world’s population of about 60% of the land on the same part of life. Rising sea levels due to global warming could also increase the demand for this technology. Van Timmeren said, for example, the Roboat project, the same with the city of Boston has some cooperation. At present, Boston is one of the most vulnerable cities to resist the rising tide. In 2014, the Boston Association of urban planners and architects suggested that some of the city’s streets should be changed.相关的主题文章:

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