Computerized System to Prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome ...A new system using video and computer software to monitor a baby that could be used to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), as well as for telemedicine applications, has been developed by two students at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU).
Computer Security: Is This the Start of Cyberwarfare?Prof. Yuval Elovici, a computer scientist and director of Deutsche Telekom Laboratories at BGU, warns that next wave of cyberattacks could be aimed at physical infrastructures.
Are Distracted Pedestrians A Potential Crosswalk Hazard?The dangers of using a cell phone while driving are well known. But now, researchers warn of another dangerous scenario: distracted pedestrians using mobile devices inside crosswalks.
BGU Students Develop Thought-Controlled, Hands-Free Computer for ...BGU software engineering students have developed innovative technology that could enable people to operate a computer without using a keyboard or mouse – only their brainwaves.
Amazing Robots from BGUDr. Amir Shapiro is creating very real, and very amazing, robots right here in this galaxy.
Older Drivers Overlook Streetside Pedestrians Almost Twice as ...Los Angeles Times -- Using a highly advanced simulation lab, BGU researchers found that drivers over 65 were slower to respond to road hazards.
Israeli Robots Wow SupportersDr. Amir Shapiro demonstrated robots that can climb walls and navigate through tunnels inaccessible to people.
Partnering with Singapore to Establish New Energy Efficiency ...BGU is part of an initiative to create two new research centers in Singapore to develop nanomaterials for more energy-efficient applications and water management technologies.
See the Israeli Spiderman Robot in Action (Video)IsraelNationalNews.com -- Visitors to the bi-annual Robotics Conference in Israel had a chance to meet Dr. Amir Shapiro's amazing robots developed at BGU's Robotics Lab.
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