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5 techniques introduced by Australia to the world Irreplaceable



Many of the inventions are due to historical countries such as Britain, China, and France, or modern countries are known in the field of technical progress such as America, Germany, and Japan, but Australia has introduced technologies that the world can not do without, and these are five of them:

 Electric drill
How would small projects be without an electric drill? We can thank Australian Arthur James and his colleagues for designing this invention. In 1889, Australian electrical engineer Arthur James created the world's first electric drill. Of course, it was not like what you use today, but it was able to drill into the rocks of coal mines

5 techniques introduced by Australia to the world Irreplaceable


 Google Maps
Think about how easy your life is with Google Maps, thanks to Australians Neil Gordon and Stephen Ma, as well as the Danish brothers Lars and Jane Rasmussen, who developed a map system in the early 2000s

The mapping system was named Where 2 Technologies before it was purchased from Google in 2004, allowing the team to continue working with Google on the project

5 techniques introduced by Australia to the world Irreplaceable


 The black box
The invention of the black box changed the areas of commercial air travel
The idea invented by Australian scientist Dr. David Warren was driven by the fact that his father lost him in a plane tragedy, which made him invent almost a non-perishable box, installed in every commercial airline, and serves the purpose of recording the last moments in the event of a malfunction

The overall aim of the invention is to obtain a better understanding of the cause of the malfunction so that engineers can improve the aircraft to ensure that it does not occur again. It is also good to note that the box is not really black, but the orange colored so it can be easily identified

5 techniques introduced by Australia to the world Irreplaceable


 Wi-Fi
Nowadays, you can't sit at home or anywhere else without being connected to WiFi. In 1992, Dr. John Sullivan and a number of his colleagues developed Wi-Fi, which was born from research in the mid-1970s from the field of radio astronomy. The team was looking for faint black waves when they discovered the waves of Wi-Fi. Now this technology is used by billions of people around the world

5 techniques introduced by Australia to the world Irreplaceable


 Ultrasound
The ultrasound research division of the Commonwealth Acoustics Laboratory Branch, later shortened to the Institute of Ultrasound, discovered a way to distinguish between echoes of ultrasound emanating from soft tissues in the body and turning them into television images. That was in 1976 when Australia's Osunex marketed the ultrasound scanner

Ultrasound technology has changed birth tests and is used to diagnose medical problems for the breast, abdomen, and genitals


5 techniques introduced by Australia to the world Irreplaceable

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