Hayden here…and these are the stories that caught my eye this week in the world of technology:
Sydney’s Airport to release new electric bus fleet for 2017
Microsoft’s Azure to act as backbone for many connected car services
Microsoft is looking to become the cornerstone of the connected car revolution. The use of AI and AR will change how we see the road.
SpaceX revving their engines before first launch since Falcon 9 explosion
January 14th will be SpaceX’s first launch since the September explosion. SpaceX has since discovered the problem. It was in the helium tanks in during rocket’s second stage. A more detailed explanation can be found in the link above.
Imagine if a music stage became smart? What songs would it sing?
Juniper research suggests that over 38 billion objects will be connected by 2020. Today, in 2016, intelligence can be added to inanimate objects. Yes, it is true. We are living in an age where simple structures, even those made of wood, can be brought to life.
During Halifax Pop Explosion, Lixar teams will be bringing music stages to life through mobile, data science, IoT, and cloud technology.
How? Through #GoodVibrations at #HPX2016! Actual seismographic data will be collected.