Subscribe to read. Robotics startup robomart is the 'world's first self driving store' Revolutionary Israeli-Developed Paint Can Absorb Sun’s Hot Rays and Cool Buildings Down. Coating materials that protect against fire, water or extreme temperatures are nothing new.
But an Israeli high-tech paint doesn’t just protect surfaces from the sun. SolCold actually uses the sun’s power to activate a cooling mechanism, effectively providing air conditioning without electricity. You read that right: This double-layered coating absorbs the hot rays of the sun and re-emits that energy in the form of cold. The hotter the solar radiation the more the coating cools down, making SolCold’s paint a potentially game-changing electricity-free solution for intensely sunny climates such as Africa and Central and South America. The Herzliya-based startup is raising funds and plans to begin trials within 18 months of closing the Series A round in the first quarter of 2018.
SolCold’s product is generating interest for coating anything from chicken coops to cargo ships, malls to stadiums, cars to planes, satellites to hothouses, military equipment to apartment houses. Chicago learns from other cities' experiences to develop CityKey. Membership cards, credit cards, transit cards, security badges and various identification for other products and services make our wallets increasingly fatter.
But Chicago is joining a number of cities in introducing an all-in-one municipal ID card — dubbed CityKey — that will allow residents to leave many of their existing cards at home. New Haven, CT sparked the municipal ID trend more than a decade ago when it took the controversial step of offering undocumented immigrants an identification card that would allow them to take advantage of certain city services such as using the library, opening a utility account or opening a bank account. The concept has evolved substantially since that time, but cities often fight the misconception that the cards are only for undocumented immigrants; they’re actually for everyone, especially populations that have difficulty obtaining ID cards.
So came the idea of a card that offers every citizen the same benefits and access to what the city offers. Buoy is a whole-home water monitoring and alert system. Enlarge Image Your home's water supply is serious business.
Most people though take it for granted, until there's a problem. The $799 Buoy device, out now, is designed to arm you with hard data about what's using water where, when and how much. In fact it's one of the few products of its kind to offer separate water usage info split out by appliance and plumbing fixture. 9 Things You Should Know About IBM Cognos Business Intelligence Suite - IBM Cognos 8 BI Blog - IBM Cognos Analytics IBM Cognos BI is a suite of Business Intelligence most used.
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Elon Musk is terrified of this supercomputer - Video - Technology. Thinnest, lightest, solar cells ever created outperform their bulky glass brethren. Using gossamer-like layers of flexible polymers, researchers at MIT have created the thinnest and lightest solar cells ever made.
Just one-fiftieth the thickness of a human hair, and capable of producing up to 6 watts of power per gram, these cells are so thin and light that they can be supported on the surface of a soap bubble without breaking it. With such impressive credentials, the prototype cells have the potential to add solar power to everything from paper-based electronics through to all manner of mobile devices and exceptionally lightweight wearables.
Though flexible solar cells are hardly a new innovation, even being produced experimentally in everything from continuously printed rolls to spray on panels, the power-to-weight ratio is where these new cells come into their own. With a demonstrated output of 6 watts per gram, they produce an output some 400 times greater than standard glass-covered solar cells that generate about 15 watts of power per kilogram on average. Source: 3D solar towers offer up to 20 times more power output than traditional flat solar panels. While we’ve looked at the development of solar cell technologies that employ nanoscale 3D structures to trap light and increase the amount of solar energy absorbed, MIT researchers have now used 3D on the macro scale to achieve power output that is up to 20 times greater than traditional fixed flat solar panels with the same base area.
The approach developed by the researchers involves extending the solar cells upwards in a three-dimensional tower or cube configuration to enable them to better capture the sun's rays when it is lower on the horizon. Solar panels placed flat on a rooftop are most effective at harnessing solar energy when the sun is close to directly overhead, but quickly lose their efficiency as the angle of the sun’s rays hitting the panel increases – during the mornings, evenings, in the cooler months and in locations far from the equator.
It is exactly in these situations that the researcher’s vertical solar modules provided the biggest boosts in power output. Every Time You Shower, This Gadget Makes Energy From The Extra Heat. A few years ago, an engineer was taking a shower and started looking at the water going down the drain and wondering how much energy was going with it. The answer, it turned out, was pretty large: after heating and cooling, hot water uses more energy than anything else in the typical home, and 80-90% of that energy is wasted seconds after the water flows out of the showerhead. What if the heat could be recaptured to keep the shower hot? After working with a team on 4,700 different experiments and iterations, engineer David Velan had a new design that worked–a device that pulls heat from water as it flows out and transfers it back into the clean water to warm it up.
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German automotive giant eyes Israeli cybersecurity startup – Israel Hayom. One of Germany's biggest automotive corporations, Continental, has announced plans to acquire Israeli startup Argus Cyber Security for some $450 million. Argus, founded in 2013 by three veterans of the IDF's elite 8200 Intelligence Unit, develops systems that defend cars' computer systems against cyberattacks, a field considered vital in the dawning age of self-driving cars. The company has offices in Tel Aviv, Detroit, Silicon Valley, Stuttgart and Tokyo, and holds 38 granted and pending patents.
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The Koniku Kore device is a 'world first' that is able to breath in and smell air, meaning it could detect volatile chemicals and explosives or even illnesses such as cancer. Hydrogen from sunlight—but as a dark reaction. The storage of photogenerated electric energy and its release on demand are still among the main obstacles in artificial photosynthesis. One of the most promising, recently identified photocatalytic new materials is inexpensive graphitic carbon nitride. Future Trends: From the 2012 PIA Color Management Conference.
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