Researchers from Glasgow University have developed a 'bat-sense" algorithm, eyeing to help catch burglars while also assisting in monitoring patients without the help of CCTV cameras. The algorithm calculates the time taken by bounced signal waves while analysing the object's shape and size, thereby converting the data into 3D images. Interestingly, the concept is similar to that of bats who use echolocation to hunt prey.
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To improve border surveillance and keep infiltration under check, Indian Army is planning a 'smart upgrade' for the fences along LoC with Light Detection & Ranging sensors, infrared sensors, and cameras. Reportedly, testing is underway and the fences will be upgraded at the cost of Rs 10 lakh a kilometre, intended to upgrade 60km this year. The present fencing, which was built between 2003-2005 has undergone degradation owing to time and… read-more
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