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- 1. SCIENTISTS INVESTIGATE THAT WHICH ALREADY IS; ENGINEERS CREATE THAT WHICH HAS NEVER BEEN.
- 2. Outstanding Engineering Achievements. Presented By: Mubashra Usman Ihtisham Nawaz Ali Haider Kazmi Sana Asgher Salman Bin Tariq Mustaeen-ur-Rehman Manahil Iqbal Furqan Haider Junaid Anwar Esar-ul-haq
- 3. Overview Body-adapted Wearable Electronics The Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System. International Space Station (ISS). The Large Hadron Collider. Agricultural Drones. Brain-computer Interfaces. Agile Robots. Ultra private Smartphones. Neuromorphic Chips. Oculus Rift. Mobile Collaboration Advancement in medical field Conclusion
- 4. Body-adapted Wearable Electronics Small portable computer Designed to be worn on the body during use Integrated in to the users clothing can be attached to the body through some other means, like a wristband.
- 5. The Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System (Pan-STARRS) An array of astronomical cameras and telescopes and computing facility that is surveying the sky on a continual basis, including accurate astrometry and photometry of detected objects. Its primary mission is to detect near- Earth objects that threaten impact events.
- 6. The Large Hadron Collider Highest-energy particle collider ever made. One of the great engineering milestones of mankind. Built in collaboration with over 10,000 scientists and engineers from over 100 countries. It lies in a tunnel 27 kilometres (17 mi) in circumference, as deep as 175 metres (574 ft) beneath the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva, Switzerland.
- 7. Relatively cheap drones with advanced sensors and imaging capabilities are giving farmers new ways to increase yields and reduce crop damage. Agricultural Drones
- 8. Brain-computer Interfaces Computers can read and interpret signals directly from the brain. Clinical success in allowing quadriplegics. Effective for those suffering locked-in syndrome or people who have had a stroke to move their own wheelchairs by controlling robotic action with their brain waves.
- 9. Agile Robots A useful machine navigating human environment Preferred for repair work Use in emergency situations
- 10. Ultra private Smartphones Highly security system Encrypt calls, texts Secure data loss Silent circle
- 11. International Space Station (ISS) Habitable artificial satellite in low Earth orbit. Largest artificial body in orbit. Can often be seen at the appropriate time with the naked eye from Earth. One magnificent tribute to both human will and skill on building such massive structure in dangerous conditions.
- 12. Neuromorphic Chips Microprocessors configured more like brains than traditional chips could soon make computers far more astute about whats going on around them. An alternative design for computer chips that will enhance artificial intelligence.
- 13. Oculus Rift High-quality virtual-reality hardware cheap enough for the consumer market. Visually immersive interfaces
- 14. Advancement in medical field Radiology Clinical management Tracking patients CT scan X-rays Surgery with the help of computers Pacemaker Defibrillators
- 15. Mobile Collaboration Technology based process of communicating through electronic assets. Accompanying software in remote locations. Modern collaboration services
- 16. Conclusion Technology and human life- interdependent. Positive and negative impacts. Our use determines the effects.
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