Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp International Rugby Action this weekend – Bahamas vs TCI Bahamas takes out TCI in Rugby on the weekend Recommended for you Related Items:bcw wahoos, beach tournament, meridian field, rugby, seven stars tag league Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 29 Oct 2015 – Turks and Caicos Rugby Federation players are in training mode as they prepare for their Beach Rugby Tournament on November 7. Tonight at the Meridian Field, there is training for the u19s and from 6:30-8:30pm fans can enjoy tag rugby. Next time we will have a recap of the Seven Stars Tag League, where the top four teams were: BCB Wahoos and the Meridian Marauders with 13pts each and the BCQS Jolly Ranchers andRed Mist, each with 9pts after last week’s action.
Road accident illustration by Prothom AloFour people were killed and another injured in separate road crashes in Savar and Satkhira.Three people, including a mother and her son, were killed and another injured in two road crashes in Majidpur and Ashulia areas on Saturday, reports UNB.The deceased are Jhuma Khatun, 22, wife of Sohel Mia of Shivalaya Manikganj, their son Abdullah.In Ashulia, a truck hit a motorcycle near Kohinur Spinning Mills at Nabinagar, killing Jhuma and her three years old son on the spot and injuring her husband severely.The injured was admitted to a local hospital.In Majidpur area, a bus of ‘Itihas Paribahan’ ran over Maleha, 45, leaving her dead on the spot.Locals seized the bus but its driver managed to flee, said Depankar, sub-inspector of Savar model police station.A farmer was killed as a human hauler overturned at Jethua village in Tala upazila of Satkhira on Saturday morning.The deceased is Gour Chandra Ghosh, 55, son of Chandra Ghosh of the village.Tala police station officer-in-charge Russel Mehedi said the human hauler carrying Gour overturned on the road when he was going to a field to bring paddy, leaving him dead on the spot.On information, police recovered the body.
Boston Dynamics, a robotics design company, has now added parkour skills to its popular and advanced humanoid robot, named Atlas. Parkour is a training discipline that involves using movement developed by the military obstacle course training. The company posted a video on YouTube yesterday that shows Atlas jumping over a log, climbing and leaping up staggered tall boxes mimicking a parkour runner in the military. “The control software (in Atlas) uses the whole body including legs, arms, and torso, to marshal the energy and strength for jumping over the log and leaping up the steps without breaking its pace. (Step height 40 cm.) Atlas uses computer vision to locate itself with respect to visible markers on the approach to hit the terrain accurately”, mentioned Boston Dynamics in yesterday’s video. Atlas Parkour The original version of Atlas was made public, back in 2013, and was created for the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). It quickly became famous for its control system. This advanced control system robot coordinates the motion of its arms, torso, and legs to achieve whole-body mobile manipulation. Boston Dynamics then unveiled the next generation of its Atlas robot, back in 2016. This next-gen electrically powered and hydraulically actuated Atlas Robot was capable of walking on the snow, picking up boxes, and getting up by itself after a fall. It was designed mainly to operate outdoors and inside buildings. Atlas, the next-generation Atlas consists of sensors embedded in its body and legs to balance. It also comprises LIDAR and stereo sensors in its head. This helps it avoid obstacles, assess the terrain well and also help it with navigation. Boston Dynamics has a variety of other robots such as Handle, SpotMini, Spot, LS3, WildCat, BigDog, SandFlea, and Rhex. These robots are capable of performing actions that range from doing backflips, opening (and holding) doors, washing the dishes, trail running, and lifting boxes among others. For more information, check out the official Boston Dynamics Website. Read Next Boston Dynamics’ ‘Android of robots’ vision starts with launching 1000 robot dogs in 2019 Meet CIMON, the first AI robot to join the astronauts aboard ISS What we learned at the ICRA 2018 conference for robotics & automation