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February 20th, 2004
Gyros to go: Sensors will keep moving for military, auto
Vacuum cleaners that are self-directed, jogging suits that tell you when to run faster, robots that dance, airplanes without pilots. The new millennium brought with it a focus on “smart” devices – appliances, clothes and toys that can, with the help of various sensors, interact with the environment and determine the appropriate action or reaction. An important aspect of such “intelligence” is the ability of these products to know where they are on the ground or in the air.
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