Thursday, August 18, 2022

Hytera Group gets five ICCA Awards for innovations and market excellence

Hytera, a global provider of professional communications technologies and solutions, together with its subsidiaries Sepura and Teltronic, won awards in 5 categories at the International Critical Communications Awards (ICCAs) 2022 held in Vienna, Austria.

Technology Innovation Institute’s DERC to host next GLOBALEM

The Technology Innovation Institute (TII), a research center and the pillar of Abu Dhabi’s Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC) announced that its Directed Energy Research Center (DERC), will organize GLOBALEM, a high power electromagnetic (HPEM) conference.

MTN Nigeria teams up with ETAP to reward Nigerians for good driving

MTN Nigeria, an African telecommunications company, has teamed up with ETAP, a mobility technology company that creates solutions and incentives to improve the automotive experience across Africa, to reward Nigerian drivers for maintaining good driving behaviour.

Nano-UV-lithography company Eulitha AG gets funding from AGIC Capital

AGIC Capital announced that an investment fund under its management has entered into a set of transaction documents in respect of an undisclosed amount into Eulitha AG, a specialized tech provider of non-contact Nano-UV-Lithography equipment and services.

Why using gamification in traditional education might make sense after all

Gamification is the process of taking something that already exists - in this case, education - and adding game mechanics to it to make it more engaging and fun. It's no secret that traditional education methods are failing our students. They aren't retaining information as well as they should, and they're not engaged in the learning process. We need to find a way to keep students interested in their education, and gamification may be the answer. 

SES announces the promotion of Kyle Pilkington to Chief Legal Officer

SES AI Corporation, a player in the manufacturing of high-performance lithium-metal (Li-Metal) rechargeable batteries for electric vehicles (EVs) and other applications, announced the promotion of Kyle Pilkington to the position of Chief Legal Officer, effective July 1, 2022.

SkyDrop hires Thomas Meyer as Vice President of Business Development

SkyDrop continues to expand drone delivery into the restaurant and retail industries by hiring Thomas Meyer as the Vice President of Business Development to engage top brands. Thomas previously played a key role in Walmart and Uber Eats drone delivery programs.

Luyten picked to print houses for First Nations people in Northern Territory

Australian 3D printing building and construction firm, Luyten, has signed a deal with the Ilpeye Ilpeye Aboriginal Corporation (IIAC) to build five 3D printed homes in the Northern Territory. The houses will be built using Luyten’s world-class 3D printing tech which has garnered international acclaim and attracted the interest of multinational building companies across the globe. The deal will see Luyten commence building the structures in August this year.

People unaware and concerned when it comes to space, Inmarsat reveals

The world is largely unaware of key activities in space, with Gen-Z twice as likely to associate space with aliens, Star Wars and billionaires like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos than older generations, according to the representative survey of global consumer attitudes towards space, unveiled by Inmarsat, a stakeholder in global, mobile satellite communications.

SES’s C-band satellite successfully launched onboard SpaceX rocket

SES announced that the SES-22 satellite was launched into space onboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from SpaceX’s Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida, US. The SES’s C-band satellites dedicated to freeing up the lower 300 MHz of C-band spectrum is built by Thales Alenia Space, and will operate in the 135 degrees West orbital slot.