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Beyond Top Secret: The Tech Behind Santa’s Sleigh Mike Parks
Santa Claus has got to be one of the most tech-savvy people in the world. Surely his sleigh is packed with cutting-edge electronics to ensure his success. While the exact specifications of his mobile command center are safely locked away at the North Pole, we can make some assumptions about the tech onboard.

Emerging Applications Put Microwave Technology to the Test Barry Manz
Emerging applications, such as IoT, 5G, and autonomous vehicles, pose immense communications challenges. Engineers will be put to the test to solve the current microwave technology gaps and in turn support these emerging applications in meeting their fantastic potential.

Autopilot vs. Autonomous Lynnette Reese
People have misperceptions about autonomy. Autopilots have been used in aircraft for decades. In newer planes and at properly equipped airports, the autopilot can also be used for landing, usually in dense fog with lots of radar equipment on the plane and on the ground, and the landing isn’t gentle. (Pilots occasionally perform a “greased in” landing, which is when touch down is so gentle you don’t even feel it. Be sure to congratulate your pilot if this ever happens.)

The Assimilation of Self-driving Cars, One Feature at a Time Lynnette Reese
How many Tesla owners were on highways the next day, trying out their new Auto Lane Change feature? Flick the turn signal and the car will change lanes autonomously. The lane change feature takes advantage of the fact that lanes have line markings. Cameras are used to track the lines, and if the lines are missing or faint, it can confuse any good self-driving car, so you can count on highway lines to be as important as potholes in the future. The model S and X can now parallel park, too.

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