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Robot lands 737 in simulator

ASME SmartBrief | May 24, 2017

With the help of a Boeing 737 simulator, Aurora Flight Sciences has shown how a robot could land an aircraft. The demonstration was part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Aircrew Labor In-cockpit Automation System program. Aviation Daily (05/18)


Video: Seats on "free-fly" coaster do 360-degree spins

ASME SmartBrief | May 26, 2017

Japan, China mine combustible ice for energy source

ASME SmartBrief | May 22, 2017

Lowe's workers test exosuits that help with heavy lifting

ASME SmartBrief | May 23, 2017

Robot gives caterpillars a run for the money

ASME SmartBrief | May 25, 2017

Oil companies explore changes to gas stations of future

ASME SmartBrief | May 23, 2017

Team develops lithium-air battery with more storage

ASME SmartBrief | May 22, 2017

New drone-launched guided bomb doesn't mind the weather

ASME SmartBrief | May 23, 2017

Dutch company plans first 3D-printed ship propeller

ASME SmartBrief | May 25, 2017

How hacking can pose a threat to 3D printing

ASME SmartBrief | May 23, 2017


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SmartBrief will not publish Monday

ASME SmartBrief | May 26, 2017

ASME Training & Development presents new program in August

ASME SmartBrief | May 19, 2017

ASME hosts Engineering Public Policy Symposium

ASME SmartBrief | May 18, 2017

Hong Kong Section symposium, workshop focuses on advanced boiler technology

ASME SmartBrief | May 17, 2017

3 teams take top honors at ISHOW India

ASME SmartBrief | May 16, 2017




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