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DateDate: 5-06-2019, 06:02

 


 Personal non-property and property rights to the invention belong to the author, and are protected according to the norms of the current legislation.
 In the continuation of the development of the idea of cream-bread "Innovator", the author provided a new innovative and revolutionary continuation of the development of this topic called spray-bread "Innovator".
 Having the same recipe of manufacture and composition, as well as cream-bread, this food product, namely the spray-bread "Innovator", the author put under pressure in a conventional aerosol can of various volumes. At the exit from such a container, we get an aerosol product of a foamy composition, which is not distinguished by its composition and taste characteristics from ordinary bread. Only the consumption of such an innovative product will have, without exaggeration, a global and mass character. It is very convenient in all situations, from home to the outlets on nature, using such a product on trips. The process of use is as comfortable and hygienic as possible. And the capacity of the spray-bread in the aerosol container is quite significant. Accordingly, all kinds and tastes of bakery products that exist in our use can also be applied in this technology.
  That is, we have the preservation of the taste qualities of bread and an increase in the comfortable conditions for its use, as it is not strange it sounds.
  The idea is open for investment.
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DateDate: 5-06-2019, 05:57

Company Fieldwork Robotics from the University of Plymouth presented a robot that can pick up more than 25,000 thousand raspberries per day.
The robot was developed by a professor of robotics at the University of Plymouth, Dr. Martin Stolen, reports futureout.com.
The robot uses machine learning techniques to determine “ripe” raspberries with its cameras and sensors. Once he has identified a good raspberry for picking, grabs (which can be compared to barbecue tongs) “grab” the berries and put them in the nearest basket. The development of this technology took almost $ 900 thousand.
According to Andrew Johnson, a representative of Frontier IP, a company that specializes in the commercialization of university intellectual property and supports Fieldwork, this process can lead to the fact that the robot will collect one berry every 10 seconds for 20 hours a day.
After the robot is fully equipped with four hands (currently it has only one), it will allow him to pick more than 25 thousand berries a day, which is much more than the average of 15 thousand, which a person can collect during an eight-hour shift , eg.
New technology can potentially help farmers solve the problem of labor shortages and the rising cost of hiring collectors.
The developers say that Fieldwork plans to conduct more tests in the fall and use the data to improve technology. The production of commercial vehicles will start in 2020.