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Biofuels Maket to satisfy growing demand of energy and environment-friendly fuels

World economic growth will lead to strong energy demands and consumption.  U.S. Energy Information Administration’s latest International Energy Outlook 2017 (IEO2017) projects that world energy consumption will grow by 28% between 2015 and 2040. Most of this growth is expected to come from countries that are not in the Organization …

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Graphical Processing units (GPUs) responsible for success of Deep Neural networks (DNN) in Aerospace and Defense

Deep Neural networks (DNN) or large virtual networks of simple information-processing units, which are loosely modeled on the anatomy of the human brain have been responsible for many exciting advances in artificial intelligence in recent years. The deep learning (DL) algorithms allow high-level abstraction from the data, and this is helpful for …

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Space tourism for Leisure and Buisness

Space tourism is human space travel for recreational purposes.  There are several different types of space tourism, including orbital, suborbital, and lunar space tourism. Space Tourism Market lets travelers travel in and across the Earth’s orbit for leisure, recreation, or significant business purposes. In addition, it will probably make travel …

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Sixth generation fighters for Air superiority in future anti-access/area-denial environment

Fifth generation fighters are the most technologically advanced jets ever built. They were designed to operate with the help of digital programs and fly-by-wire to counter the threats they counter on the battlefield. Sophisticated avionics, stealth technology and super maneuvrability advantages over older jets gives them domination in the sky. …

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Automotive Optoelectronics Market

Optoelectronic technology is a new technology formed by the combination of photon technology and electronic technology. Optoelectronics is the field of technology concerned with electronic device application to the sourcing, detection and control of light. Optoelectronics is  described as “a device that responds to optical power, emits or modifies optical …

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Rising cyber attacks on Health-Care Organization posing grave threat to patient safety

Hospitals, pharmacies, care centers and other healthcare organizations are prime targets for malicious cyber-criminals. There are a few reasons for this: healthcare organizations deal with huge amounts of personal and private data, which can be hugely valuable for criminal groups. Healthcare organizations often cannot afford to invest in the latest …

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DARPA ERI developing breakthrough U.S. national electronics capability for DOD missions to secure its national security

In 1965 R&D Director at Fairchild (and later Intel co-founder) Gordon Moore predicted continued systemic declines in cost and increase in performance of integrated circuits in his paper “Cramming more components onto integrated circuits.” These trends have underwritten the ongoing microelectronics revolution. “Moore’s Law has set the technology community on a …

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Directed Energy Weapons technology and Market trends

Directed energy refers to a technology that produces a beam of concentrated electromagnetic energy, including microwaves, radio waves, lasers, and particle beams. Some of the common product variants include high-energy laser weapons, high-power radiofrequency or microwave devices, and charged or neutral particle beam weapons. These weapons offer numerous benefits over conventional …

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Satellite Communication market trends

Satellites play a crucial role to improve lives in today’s digital economy. Nearly every industry relies upon satellite technology in some way — from agriculture to banking to transportation. Satellites help save lives in emergencies and provide critical knowledge about how to better protect the environment.   Satellite communication refers …

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Geospatial analytics market

The human brain doesn’t work in rows and columns Our brains often organize information based on time and place. But for many organizations, information is still confined to rows and columns. This makes reporting fast and easy—but not necessarily more insightful. Geospatial analytics adds timing and location to traditional types …

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