UK couples artificial intellgence with hydrogen technology

H2GO Power, in partnership with the European Marine Energy Center (EMEC) and Imperial College London, is exploring the use of artificial intelligence (AI) software coupled with hydrogen technology. The HyAI (Hydrogen Artificial Intelligence) initiative, sponsored by Innovate UK and the Sustainable Innovation Fund, is a pilot demonstration of AI software-controlled hydrogen storage technology. HyAI can […]

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Microgenerator based on nanowires replaces battery

Sensors without a battery, powered by the temperature difference between the surface to which the sensor is attached and the surroundings: Daniel Vakulov designed a microgenerator based on nanowires that makes this a possibility. Minuscule smart sensors, reporting measurements wirelessly over the internet, are already being used to monitor industrial and logistics processes. In all […]

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