Self-driving technology has come a long way, but it can still be tripped up by bad weather. A team from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) may have a solution. They've developed a way to help autonomous vehicles "see" by mapping what's beneath the road using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR).
Most autonomous vehicles use LIDAR sensors and/or cameras to figure out where they are on the road, but cameras can be thrown off by lighting conditions or snow-covered signs and lane markings, and LIDAR often becomes less accurate in inclement weather. GPR, on the other hand, sends electromagnetic pulses into the ground to measure the specific combination of soil, rocks and roots. That data is turned into a map for self-driving vehicles.
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🕌 💚 🔻The Mimbar of The Prophet ﷺ🔻 A Mimbar is a pulpit in the Masjid in the form of a staircase on which the Imam (Prayer Leader) delivers a sermon every Friday. The pulpit is usually situated to the right of the Mihrab & is often made of wood or stone.
The Prophet Muhammadﷺ used to lean against the trunk of a tree in the Prophet’s Masjid during his Sermon. Companions made a pulpit for him to deliver his address, since it was very hard on him to keep standing for a long time during his sermon.
This pulpit was placed on the right side of the Prophet’s praying spot to lead congregational prayer.
The current marble pulpit was constructed by the Othomans. The original pulpit was much smaller than the current one, and constructed of palm tree wood. The current pulpit is still at the same spot, where The Prophet's Original Pulpit used to be.
The Prophetﷺ mentioned “Between my house and my pulpit lays a garden from the gardens of Paradise, and my pulpit is upon my fountain (Al-Kauthar).” [Bukhari]