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July 2017
When Google Glass first launched in 2013 it really split opinion. To those early adopters who favoured the concept, it was the cutting edge of innovation and allowed them to access their information, hands-free at any time. To others, it was a meaningless gimmick that was a distraction and a danger to others.
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07/28/2017
In engineering AI is the hottest of hot topics. With AI now advanced enough to navigate our roads, and in some cases beat the best games players in the world at their own game, the era of AI is now upon us. But, the overall effects of the technology are still argued over, even by the people pioneering it. This
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07/28/2017
Renewable power is often derided as being good for immediate needs, but not a solution on which to base a regular, stable supply. The problem is that, rather than provide a predictable amount of energy like fossil fuels, renewable sources can supply too much energy at particular times, such as solar panels when
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07/21/2017

As an engineer, and someone who is fascinated in technology, I love to keep up-to-date with what is happening in the world of technology. In this weekly blog, I’ll post about some of the most interesting things I see around the web. The technology will mainly focus on innovations in engineering and power,
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07/21/2017
Electric Racing Series Invades New York City
Formula E
The Formula E racing series is a lavish celebration of electric vehicles, and this past weekend’s New York City ePrix put this e-gala on the grandest stage in the world. Created as a means to “demonstrate the potential of sustainable
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07/17/2017
London's Famed Black Cabs to go Electric in 2018
London Taxi Company
London’s iconic black cabs are about to go green … sorta. An electric version of the British taxis will
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07/12/2017
Pressure from Lobbying Groups Could Kill Rooftop Solar
Rooftop solar might go the way of Solyndra if traditional utilities win the battle of public opinion. They already have a powerful advocate in Energy Secretary Rick Perry, and not coincidentally, rooftop solar installations took a nosedive in 2017. According to the
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07/10/2017
Dubai Plans to Deploy Autonomous Police Cars
OTSAW Digital

The O-R3 Autonomous Police Patrol

It’s no Robocop, but the O-R3 Autonomous Police Patrol could soon be guarding the streets of Dubai. No, seriously, it’s not Robocop. Or the Terminator. Or Hal-9000. Or
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07/07/2017
Volvo to Become Fully Electrified by 2019
Volvo
It’s electric! For Volvo, that is. The automaker plans on electrifying all of its cars by 2019. From 2019 onwards, every new Volvo will be fully electric or a plug in hybrid,
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07/06/2017
Volkswagen Hippie-Bus Goes All-Electric
Volkswagen of America, Inc.

The I.D. BUZZ concept

One of the original icons of flower power is getting a makeover, ditching fossil fuels for electricity (cue joke about Kool-Aid and some sort of
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Date:
07/05/2017
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