Articles from October 2020

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How researchers connected helicopter vibrations to stroke therapy

Connecting vibrations from a helicopter to treating stroke victims may not seem like an obvious line of inquiry, but it turned out to be a promising one at the University of Iowa.
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KK Choi leaves lasting impact on Iowa as he settles into retirement

Kyung K. Choi, better known as KK, has served UI for more than four decades and has been instrumental to the legacy of the Center for Computer-Aided Design (CCAD), which last year was renamed University of Iowa Technology Institute. 
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OPL testing contributes to better aircraft avionics and two separate awards

OPL was recently honored for the latest efforts in this long line of work. It was among two recent awards for OPL, which is part of the College of Engineering's University of Iowa Technology Institute. 
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NADS pulls in nearly $1.5M funding to further study transition of control in automated vehicles

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) recently granted the University of Iowa National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) a $1.45 million award to further study transition of control in automated vehicles in a simulation environment.
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PRWeb: IntelliSee AI risk mitigation platform announces product launch: New company offers "smarter surveillance for a safer world"

IntelliSee, a new artificial intelligence (AI) software platform that uses existing surveillance cameras and machine-learning algorithms to help organizations improve their risk profiles, has announced its beta release on September 1, 2020.
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Mubeen expands work to make solar hydrogen viable, renewable resource

A partnership between SunHydrogen and the Syed Mubeen Research Group has been expanded as they work to make hydrogen a viable, efficient renewable energy source.