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DARPA DELTA exploring digital twins for Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) missions

Digital twins are a virtual and identical representation or model, with full characterization, of a physical product or system. A digital twin seeks to emulate the actual system by utilizing data analysis and integration, machine learning, and modeling techniques. Commercially, digital twins have been used in various applications, ranging from …

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Breaking the Cosmic Silence: Quantum Communications Across Interstellar Space

Imagine a future where we can communicate seamlessly across the vast distances of interstellar space, bridging the gap between stars and potentially connecting with extraterrestrial civilizations. While this may seem like the stuff of science fiction, a team of physicists at the University of Edinburgh’s School of Physics and Astronomy …

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Navigating the Impact of Wind Farms on Radar Systems and Mitigating Interference

Introduction Wind energy is a crucial component of the United States renewable energy landscape, but its expansion poses challenges related to potential radar interference. As wind farms continue to grow, the likelihood of turbines affecting radar systems involved in air defense, weather forecasting, and national security increases. Wind turbines situated …

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