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  • Rolls-Royce has announced it will collaborate with technology giant Intel to design a sophisticated intelligent shipping system that will make the industry safer and more efficient, according to a statement.

  • Digitalization is not new, but it's development is happening fast across all industries, as it is becoming a vital part of the energy system and the energy transition. In fact, digital technologies will make power systems worldwide more connected, intelligent, efficient, DNV GL's Energy Transition Outlook mentions.

  • Embraer introduced the new Praetor 500 midsize and Praetor 600 super-midsize business jets during a company event at Orlando Executive Airport.

  • Oregon-based Acrimoto claims to be making progress toward the production launch of its three-wheeled electric vehicle. The company is launching what it calls a "beta fleet" of vehicles for on-road testing and hopes to start full-scale production of customer vehicles by the end of the year.

  • Audi plans to expand its line of plug-in hybrid vehicles. Pininfarina taps Rimac to build its electric hypercar's powertrain. Tesla CEO Elon Musk settles his SEC lawsuit in a surprising way. A utility survey shows more support for renewable power than utility companies can handle. And we ask how "fast" is fast charging in our latest Twitter poll. All of this and more on Green Car Reports.

  • The French start-up SKYdeals developed a new e-commerce platform dedicated to passengers connected to the Internet via onboard Wi-Fi.

  • Mitsui O.S.K. Lines and U.K.-based Rolls-Royce Marine said that they have verified the capacity of Intelligent Awareness and machine learning technologies to improve navigational safety.

  • Two tiny robots dispatched to the surface of an asteroid from a Japanese spacecraft have sent home their first photos.

  • changing notions of what customers want from cars have pushed automakers to do plenty of weird things. They have unmoored the driver’s seat from the left side of the car, revived the rotary engine and turned windshields into screens. BMW, though, is most likely the first to put down carpeting in the cabin of a cargo jet.

  • Don’t be surprised if you cross paths with a robot running up and down the aisles and entering the elevators, the next time you stay in a hotel. They take extra towels for guests, give information to passengers lost at airports and even get some drinks ready on cruise ships. What could have been descriptions in books by Isaac Asimov or Aldous Huxley are now the brave real world. Robots in tourism are reality.