We take for granted that we live in a connected world as we read tweets from the International Space Station, ponder the first driverless cars and expect WiFi in airplanes.
(Minnetonka, Minnesota, USA) – NASA is using a wireless module to WiFi enable its Robonaut, a humanoid robot that will perform routine maintenance tasks on the International Space Station (ISS). The module is Digi International’s ConnectCore® Wi-i.MX53.
(Tanegashima, Japan. July 31, 2013) — On August 4, 2013 at 5:00 am local time, an unmanned H11-B rocket containing Libelium Sensing Technology will lift off from the Tanegashima Space Center (TNSC) in Japan en route for the International Space Station (ISS). Libelium Radiation Sensor Boards are included in the main payload of the two ArduSat satellites to be placed into orbit.
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