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The Microwave Factor: Russian firm’s Li-Fi internet solution winning foreign clients

The Microwave Factor: Russian firm’s Li-Fi internet solution winning foreign clients | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it

A Russian company is selling its Li-Fi based wireless LAN solution (a visible light communication technology that uses light from light-emitting diodes to deliver internet) in the U.S., Israel, China, and other countries. 


The core of the network is a router that is capable of transmitting a signal using a light beam at a distance of up to 23-26 feet (7-8 meters). The signal can be transmitted to eight devices at once in other parts of an office, and access speed is four times faster than standard Wi-Fi. 

Li-Fi is unique in that it creates a digital binary code with a light beam, while Wi-Fi transmits data using radio waves.


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, July 5, 2014 5:30 AM

A solution to the overload of microwave radiation from cell phones and WIFI?

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Electric Boost puts E-Bikes on the Fast Track

Electric Boost puts E-Bikes on the Fast Track | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
“From CNET Magazine: Purists might scoff, but batteries and motors can help casual riders get more out of the great outdoors.”
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EMPOWER Project's curator insight, October 21, 2015 5:28 AM

Is this the perfect commuter vehicle?

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Semantic Sensors: when webcam count people and street lights dim when no one is around

Semantic Sensors: when webcam count people and street lights dim when no one is around | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
Video from Springboard The other day I was catching up with neighborhood news, and saw this article about "people counters" in San Francisco's tourist district. These are cameras watching the sidew...

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Farid Mheir's curator insight, October 5, 2015 2:24 PM

A description of possible applications of smart sensors. 


WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT

This is a great example of the difference between data and information.


As we drown into raw data from sensors of all kind, we will see more and more smart devices that analyze the data and report only the useful information.

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Here are 20 amazing cars from the Future

Here are 20 amazing cars from the Future | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
20 Amazing Futuristic Cars by our car experts and indutrial players. 1. AIOLOS CONCEPT CAR Conceived by South Korean designer Kyoung Soo Na, this car will work via wind energy that circulates between

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Here's the incredible flying car we've all been waiting for

Here's the incredible flying car we've all been waiting for | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
We can't wait.

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THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*'s curator insight, November 8, 2015 2:57 AM

You don't even have to fly it - you just put your destination in the computer!

Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, November 8, 2015 5:45 PM

Neat idea for those of us who enjoy flying.  This new flying car reminds me of the patrol craft protecting the gas planet "Bespin" in one of the "Star War" films.  Aloha, Russ.

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Ten ways #autonomousDriving could redefine the automotive world via @McKinsey

Ten ways #autonomousDriving could redefine the automotive world via @McKinsey | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it

The widespread use of AVs could profoundly affect a variety of industry sectors. To explore these implications in depth, we focused on three time horizons of AV diffusion: before such vehicles are commercially available to individual buyers, when they are in the early stage of adoption, and when they become the primary means of transport (exhibit).


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Farid Mheir's curator insight, June 15, 2015 4:55 PM

McKinsey proposes 10 ways self driving cars will impact our lives in 3 eras. The first one is the next 5 years (until 2020).


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Companies should should include the impact of self driving cars in their 5 to 10 year strategic plans. 


Most discard self-driving cars because they only see them replacing individual cars, which won't happen until 2030 at least. However, self driving cars will first impact niche applications and I assume this will impact the supply chain: procurement, distribution, etc.Companies should thus include self-driving as part of their strategies for : distribution logistics, warehouse automation, campus deliveries (closed circuit), farming, mining, etc.

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New Autonomous 3D Robotics Drone follows you wherever you Go

New Autonomous 3D Robotics Drone follows you wherever you Go | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
The Iris+ looks pretty cool. Just dream of practically anything you'd like a drone to do, and chances are the new 3D Robotics quadcopter will do it. Autonomous flight? Check. Longer flight time? Check.

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Coffee + 20-Minute Nap = Almost Superhuman Brain Function (Apparently)

Coffee + 20-Minute Nap = Almost Superhuman Brain Function (Apparently) | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
Maximize the benefits of caffeine when you take a nap immediately after consumption.

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H2O Alkalizer's curator insight, September 3, 2014 9:10 AM

"...napping for 20 minutes right after a cup of coffee can greatly reduce...drowsy molecules...before the caffeine even kicks in." 

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Internet of things: changing how we Live

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The internet of things is changing the way we live as machines, objects and animals are communicating through cyberspace, writes Charles Orton-Jones

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Origami robot could be used on battlefield, say Creators

Origami robot could be used on battlefield, say Creators | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
A team of Harvard engineers who designed a self-assembling, walking robot say the design could be utilised in harsh environments such as space or the battlefield

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Robotic suit gives shipyard workers super strength - health via New Scientist

Robotic suit gives shipyard workers super strength - health via New Scientist | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
Workers building the world's biggest ships could soon don robotic exoskeletons to lug around 100-kilogram hunks of metal as if they're nothing
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5 Strange Patents owned by Google - Electronic Products

5 Strange Patents owned by Google - Electronic Products | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it

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Chef LeeZ's curator insight, July 13, 2014 9:15 PM

What could Google be up to?

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who's developing in these areas?...

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Cost-effective EV battery passes German tests, recharges in minutes

Cost-effective EV battery passes German tests, recharges in minutes | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it

A German company has the attention of the electric vehicle industry and those watching it, having recently documented remarkable claims for its KOLIBRI lithium-metal-polymer battery.

 

DBM Energy told GM-Volt.com that its design could wind up costing less than the types of batteries used in the Chevrolet Volt, the Nissan LEAF, and other EVs while radically exceeding all meaningful performance criteria.

 

We’re talking potential for reasonably priced electric cars that could travel 300-400 miles on a charge, and be replenished in minutes...


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, June 2, 2014 10:25 AM

New lithium-metal-polymer battery developed and tested in Germany. 

As the article says, a battery like this "would mean the future is practically now – not years from now – with safe and durable batteries threatening to relegate petrol cars to merely optional status."

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5 easy steps to secure your website

5 easy steps to secure your website | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
“Are you worried that your website contains a lot of sensitive data and its security can be compromised? Or, are you too sure of the fac”
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The Future of Drones - GMIC SV 2015

Speaker: Chris Anderson, CEO & Co-Founder, 3D Robotics.

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uBeam Declassifies Secrets To Try To Prove Wireless Power Is Possible

uBeam Declassifies Secrets To Try To Prove Wireless Power Is Possible | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it

It must violate the laws of physics. It must be dangerous. It must be impossible. This is what critics have concluded despite not actually knowing the details behind uBeam’s wireless power technology. So rather than let the rumors swirl, today uBeam revealed a bunch of details about how far, how fast, and just plain how it can charge a phone without wires.


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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, November 10, 2015 6:11 PM

All of this discussion reminds me of the controversy surrounding Tesla's experiements in Colorado using the same thesis.  It's just a matter of time before Tesla's ideas are translated into reality. Tesla, and perhaps, uBeam, are well ahead of the "power curve" when it comes to innovation.  uBeam's ideas just might work. Aloha, Russ.

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Artificial intelligence: ‘Homo sapiens will be split into a handful of gods and the rest of us’

Artificial intelligence: ‘Homo sapiens will be split into a handful of gods and the rest of us’ | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
A new report suggests that the marriage of AI and robotics could replace so many jobs that the era of mass employment could come to an end

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Knitted Supercapacitors to Power Smart Shirts

Knitted Supercapacitors to Power Smart Shirts | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it

Researchers from Drexel University in collaboration with the U.S. Naval Academy, have invented a way to embed activated carbon particles into different types of yarn to form a knitted textile that can store energy to power sensors and electronics integrated into smart clothing.


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Carol Bently's curator insight, May 25, 2015 7:58 AM

very good invention

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@Carol Bently thank you and pleas recommend my topic if you can!
Farid Mheir's comment, May 26, 2015 7:21 PM
@Russell R. Roberts, Jr. thanks for the great comments and editorial, I always appreciate reading your insights as they bring much value to the posts.
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Mycestro™, The Next Generation 3D Mouse

Mycestro™, The Next Generation 3D Mouse | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
“Mycestro™ is a 3D mouse that fits on the index finger and allows you to control your computer with hand gestures and mouse functions.”
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How you could make your own Google Maps using a Drone

How you could make your own Google Maps using a Drone | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
Imagine sending a drone to take pictures above your neighborhood, then compiling those photos into an extremely high-resolution, local map.

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Sílvia Dias's curator insight, September 8, 2014 5:15 PM

adicionar a sua visão ...

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Google Tests Different Colors For Stars Ratings In Search Results

Google Tests Different Colors For Stars Ratings In Search Results | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
Google is testing various colors for their yellow/orange star reviews in the web and local search results. Typically, when you search for local queries, Go

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THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*'s curator insight, August 28, 2014 12:10 PM

Green, grey, red, purple -- have you seen different colored stars in Google's SERPs? What do you think?

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Future Wearables Could Communicate Using Reflected Wi-Fi

Future Wearables Could Communicate Using Reflected Wi-Fi | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
Sending data between small, portable devices is full of compromise: higher transfer rates usually means a bigger drain on the battery. But UCLA researchers have a plan to use reflected Wi-Fi signals to help solve that problem.

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Mind-controlled robotic legs? It's possible - Telegraph

Mind-controlled robotic legs? It's possible - Telegraph | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
Rex Bionics' exoskeleton is being used by US researchers to investigate brain-machine interface

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Delete it: Tips on How to Free up Space on your Phone

Delete it: Tips on How to Free up Space on your Phone | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it
Q. My mobile device is completely starved for space, and I've already deleted the apps I can easily live without. What's my next move? A. I've lived this particular scenario over two devices in my own home, an

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The Top Five Wearable Technologies in 2014

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Top Five Wearable Technologies in 2014 Here is a Video featuring some of the top new Wearable technologies in 2014 from Goovle Glass to smartwatches.

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The Microwave Factor: Russian firm’s Li-Fi internet solution winning foreign clients

The Microwave Factor: Russian firm’s Li-Fi internet solution winning foreign clients | IV Technology Las Vegas | Scoop.it

A Russian company is selling its Li-Fi based wireless LAN solution (a visible light communication technology that uses light from light-emitting diodes to deliver internet) in the U.S., Israel, China, and other countries. 


The core of the network is a router that is capable of transmitting a signal using a light beam at a distance of up to 23-26 feet (7-8 meters). The signal can be transmitted to eight devices at once in other parts of an office, and access speed is four times faster than standard Wi-Fi. 

Li-Fi is unique in that it creates a digital binary code with a light beam, while Wi-Fi transmits data using radio waves.


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, July 5, 2014 5:30 AM

A solution to the overload of microwave radiation from cell phones and WIFI?