The Future Table With Wireless Charger – MiLi Furniture Mate&Table Mate

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The Future Furniture with Built In Fast Wireless Charger – MiLi Furniture Mate

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30 Apr 2019 | GM Confirms Electric Pickup, Faraday Future Gets Another Lifeline and A Tesla…

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Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Tuesday 30th April 2019. It’s Martyn Lee here and I’ve been through every EV story I could find today to save you time.

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“General Motors CEO Mary Barra has just confirmed that the automaker is indeed readying an electric pickup truck to compete with the likes of the electric Ford F-150 and Rivian R1T.” reports InsideEVs today: ” As Barra stated, electric “full-size pickups” are indeed in the future plans for the automaker. No further details were provided. Therefore, we don’t even know if the electric truck will be a Chevrolet, GMC or other make. It’s all up in the air at the moment, aside from full confirmation that an electric truck is in the works. These surely are interesting times for electric vehicles and, more specifically, electric pickup trucks. We’re now just around the corner from the launch of not one, but several all-new electric trucks.”


“Embattled electric vehicle (EV) maker Faraday Future has received another lifeline in the wake of a dispute with Chinese real estate giant Evergrande—one of the startup’s major investors.” according to TechNode today: “Faraday announced on Monday that it had received $225 million in bridge financing ahead of the company completing a $1.25 billion capital raise, which it expects to close this year. The latest financing, led by US-based asset management firm Birch Lake Associates, is aimed at helping to bring Faraday’s flagship FF91 SUV to market.”

Meanwhile Engadget reports: “”As part of the vendor program, Birch Lake has also provided financing to FF for the company to pay all past due amounts for approximately 60 percent of FF’s vendor base, including smaller vendors who are owed less than $20,000,” the company wrote. Meanwhile, larger suppliers will be able to exchange unsecured debt for “trust interests” that will include a repayment schedule. To secure the financing, Faraday said it valued its intellectual property at $1.25 billion. The company plans to use The9’s cash to build the V9 EV, a version of the Faraday FF91 for the Chinese market. It has promised to build 300,000 of the EVs per year by 2020, and said it has a growing fleet of FF91 pre-production test vehicles.”

EV maker Faraday Future says it procured an additional $225 million in financing


“Tesla Energy is taking part in a Vermont utility company’s efforts to push its customers towards sustainable energy solutions. Dubbed as the Resilient Home program, the initiative aims to bring Tesla Powerwalls to an initial 250 homes, all of which will be using the battery storage unit as backup power and as a replacement electric meter.” writes Simon Alvarez for Teslarati “The program is being launched by Vermont-based Green Mountain Power, which prides itself for being one of the most climate-conscious utility companies in the United States. Customers who are part of the Resilient Home pilot will be able to acquire two Tesla Powerwall 2 units for $30 a month or a $3,000 upfront fee. Apart from allowing customers to get more benefits from wind and solar and providing backup power during outages, the Powerwall 2 units will also be measuring customers’ energy use, effectively replacing conventional meters.”

Green Mountain Power CEO Mary Powell stated: “Our vision — our dream — is that there ends up being a battery in every home and business,””


“RAC patrol vans will soon get portable electric car chargers to help vehicles that run out of battery at the roadside. The system, which was developed by the RAC and partner firm Original Ltd, is designed to give stranded electric vehicles (EVs) a “top up” that allows them to reach the nearest charging point. The “lightweight” EV Boost chargers can take power from a standard Euro 6 diesel patrol van and work with all Type 1 and Type 2 charging connectors. This, the RAC claims, allows the chargers to work with “99 percent of electric vehicles on UK roads today”.


Future Model 3 owners: Plan for the Phantom Drain!

It is a well-documented phenomenon that Tesla cars experience Phantom or Vampire Drain – a scenario whereby the battery loses about 5km of range per day when the car is idle, parked and not charged. This may be an issue if you park your car at an airport parking lot expecting to return home to a car with enough charge to drive home or to your next destination! If you don’t plan, you may end up stranded!

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Back to The Future – Meet Your Network Equipment Gear Demands

Network Communications are expanding rapidly, and this is changing the way we all work, live and entertain. We are now really able to stay connected virtually anywhere and at anytime. The market and its associated technological advances are moving quickly and companies need to stay ahead of the curve to be able to satisfy the demand for speed and data space.

In order to provide the ultra-fast data speeds necessary to stay ahead of users' rapidly growing online video claims and to set the foundation for a whole new way of networking, Cisco unveiled a new Internet technology that is simply futuristic. Known as "CRS-3," this new network routing system will be able to offer downloads of up to 322 Terabits per second, according to the company. To give an example, in Cisco terms, the router will be able to download the entire printed collection of the Library of Congress in 1 second and stream every movie ever created in less than 4 minutes.

Cisco said the CRS-3 will triple the speed of its predecessor, the CRS-1, and it will offer speeds of up to 12-times faster than the next fastest product on the market. The company invested $ 1.6 billion in the technology and will begin selling the routers at $ 90,000.

The foundation for the CRS-3 was based on rapid proliferation of smart-phones and the growing popularity of advanced applications that circle around how mobile providers will be responding to this change in service types and rising expectations of their users.

Additionally, the business and technical landscape is changing dramatically – expanding competition, shift in revenue streams, next gen. broadband technology deployments and move to all-IP architecture. These forces require mobile operators to build networks in new, "smarter" ways in order to be prepared to meet future demand.

Even though some say that the expansion of those speeds and network capacity are not necessary at the moment, many argued that the fast-growing media usage on mobile phones, mobile data and need for high-bandwidth mobile applications is exploding and will quite demand it .

The bottom line is that even if you do not require such a vast technological breakthrough at the moment, Cisco is definitely the company, one should look at, considering what brand of networking to use. Satisfaction is guaranteed and you can be sure you are always staying ahead of the curve even with older models, since they are always designed and manufactured to meet prospective needs.


Future of Wireless Charging!

Wireless charging is here for quite a few whiles. But what about true wireless charging in which you don’t even need a charging pad? So what does true wireless charging looks like? How does this work? This is the future of charging.

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Security Into The Future

Mobile phones, fax machines, personal computers, PDA's, the Internet and DVD players – these are just some of the items we have come to take for granted in our daily lives. Items which just twenty years ago, would have been the stuff of science fiction – in the same realm as laser guns and teleporters. In fact, given the rapid rate of technological development which has occurred over the last twenty years, one can not help but wonder where we might be ten years from now.

The security industry, like so many areas of society, is currently experiencing a massive transformation as many of the traditional analogue technologies with which we have become so familiar give way to the digital revolution. IP cameras and increasingly sophisticated digital recording systems have, in just three short years, rendered tape and coax based systems obsolete while innovations in the field of biometrics are threatening to replace even the most advanced access control and identification systems. In fact, so rapid is technology developing, that in many instances, new and cutting edge technology is often superseded by even newer and better technology before it even makes it off the drawing board. Given this state of affairs, we though it may be fun to take a speculative look at the varieties of new developments currently being reviewed with a view to better understanding what the security industry might look like in year 2015.

For the betterment of society they say gizmos and gadgets are being made, but kept secret from the general public – that is, until now. In the new age of information, accessing he kinds of information once hidden from public view can now be found in the sprawling and never ending labyrinth that is the Internet – one need only know where to look.

Fluid Lenses

Imagine a fully functional varifocal CCTV lens, which incorporates no moving mechanical parts, is not digital and still has the ability to zoom. Perhaps the most amazing aspect of this lens, however, is that it is roughly the size, height and width of typical shirt button. While it sounds amazing, that is exactly what researchers at Phillips Research are currently working on.

Genius in its design, the FLUID FOCUS SYSTEM mimics the human eye in almost every way, even down to the movement and texture of the lens. This amazing lens is able to zoom and focus thanks to a breakthrough process known as electrowetting.

Electrowetting is the process of manipulating the shape of the lens via the application of an electric field across a special hydrophobic coating on the outside of the lens.

The lens consists of two types of fluid, one fluid is electrically conductive while the other is non-conductive. When an electrical charge is introduced to the fluid in the lens, the fluid reacts, creating surface tension, which bends the sidewalls of the lens. This in effect allows the lens to be made either completely flat (no lens affect), or into a concave shape for zoom and focus.

Switching over the full focus range is obtained within a 10 milli-second period. The lens is DC powered, consuming an amazing.01 of a volt near zero usage, the lens itself is shock proof and able to be operated over a massive temperature range and has also been testing executing over 1 million focusing operations with out any optical loss at all.

The Fluid Focus Lens may play a major role in the development of future generation of miniaturized digital cameras and security cameras – especially the hidden kind. Schematic cross section of the Fluid Focus lens principle.

When a voltage is applied, charges accumulate in the glass wall electrode and opposite charges collect near the solid / liquid interface in the conducting liquid. The resulting electrostatic force lowers the solid / liquid interfacial tension and with that the contact angle and hence the focal distance of the lens. (C) To (E) Shapes of a 6-mm diameter lens taken at different applied voltages.

Researchers show the miniature variable lens and the camera that contains it Bionic Eyes (Vision Prosthesis Project)

Australian inventors say they will soon be looking for volunteers to start human trials of a 'bionic eye'. The device consists of a silicon chip inserted into the eyeball and a pair of 'camera glasses' worn by users. Images from the glasses are broken down into pixels, which are then passed to the tiny chip, which acts like a retina.

The chip simulates the images and transmits a message to the retinal cells along a series of small wires. The reports indicate that tests on animals have so far been successful and designer Gregg Suaning of Australia's University of Newcastle now wants to begin trials on a group of approximately five human volunteers.

Mr Suaning says volunteers must be profiled blind, as people with partial sight will be excluded because of the potential risk of visual damage. Mr Suaning has been working on the project for five years. "The principle of a bionic eye is very similar to that of the bionic ear. It is a silicon chip, which decodes the radio signals and deliveries simulations. broadcast images into the body. The process can be likened to a radio station that only has a range of 25 millimetres. "

A separate processing unit makes 'sense' of the camera images by looking for certain features, such as doorways of light. Current technology means the unit is only able to send 10×10 pixel images, but Mr Suaning hopes this will improve with time. "In the near future, I would expect the bionic eye to advance to a stage of improving the human eye's capabilities."

Imagine a being able to replace damaged eyes in law enforcement officers, soldiers or security personnel with a combination bionic eye retro fitted with the fluid lens technology. Such a process might enable the recipient to zoom their vision in and out in a similar manner to a 60 mm lens. Just imagine the applications for law enforcement, military and security use.

Smart Bullets

If you think bionic eyes are impressive are impressive, what about "smart bullets". Researches at the University of Florida have developed a "smart bullet" which, once fired at a target, can wirelessly transmit data back to either the shooter or a designated receiver. The projectile, created at the University of Florida in Gainesville, USA, is a mere 1.7 centimetres in diameter and can be fired from a gas powered paint ball gun.

The front of the bullet is covered in an adhesive polymer that sticks to the target. Inside the projectile is a sensor, a tiny wireless transmitter and a small battery. The "smart bullet" is reportedly able to transmit a range of information over distances of up to 70 meters. The projectile is also reusable, as it is propelled using compressed gas contained in the gun and not the traditional gun powder.

The US firm Lockheed Martin, who has provided funding for the project to date, are interested in developing a version containing a miniature sensor capable of detecting traces of the explosive TNT. The idea would be to fire the specially configured "smart bullet" into a trashcan or other object to detect traces of TNT, negating the need for bomb detection experts to wear vast amounts of bomb detection gear or place themselves in potentially dangerous situations.

A smaller unit could easily be fitted into an aluminum walking stick as an example, with an internal gas cylinder and small firing button. This wlaking cane could then be used to fire a "smart bullet" containing a tracking device onto the clothing of a surveillance target. The target would feel akin to a mosquito bite in the middle of their back.

However, surveillance teams would then be able to track the target via a wireless PDA, perfect for Private Investigators, government agencies and law enforcement groups.

Compressed Air / Paint Ball Gun / Smart Guns

From smart bullets to smart guns. Imagine a firearm with no moving mechanical parts which is capable of switching between lethal and non lethal types of ammunition at the flick of a switch and which can determine whether or it is in the possession of an authorized user.

As fantastic as it sounds, this is exactly what Metal Storm have developed with their new O'Dwyer VLe (Variable Law Enforcement) handgun. The technology behind the VLe represents a radical departure from conventional ballistics systems, in that it is based around a 100% electronic operating system. Advanced weapons systems such as the VLe, based on Metal Storm technology, are therefore not bound by the limited performance parameters imposed by a reliance on traditional mechanical parts.

At the core of the technology is a projectile design, which enables multiple high-pressure projectiles to be stacked in-line in a barrel, and then electrically fired in sequence. In turn, multiple barrels can be grouped together to form compact weapons systems of unparallel performance.

Metal Storm technology has no moving parts, no separate magazine, no ammunition feed or ejection system and no conventional cartridge case. With Metal Storm, the only thing that moves is the projectiles – all operating components are electronic.

Each bullet in the stack is separated by a propellant load, which is electronically ignited. When the first bullet in the stack is fired, the following bullet expands and 'locks' in the barrel, preventing high pressure and high temperature 'blow-by' which causes unplanned ignition of the following propellant load. When the following bullet is then fired, the pressure behind it causes it to 'relax' adequately to fire. This process is repeated as the bullet train is progressively fired.

The relating method for a particular system will depend on the nature of the system, and also on the preference and requirements of the user. For instance, in the four-barred military handgun, which is being developed as the next generation VLe handgun prototype, a multi-shot cartridge containing six or seven bullets is being designed. This cartridge, which would look something like a disposable pen, would insert into each barrel in similar manner to a shotgun cartridge.

However, there are a number of available citing alternatives for the VLe which may also suit particular police or military circumstances. Rather than relying on each of the four barrels having a separate multi-shot cartridge, some operators may prefer a single block of four multishot cartridges constructed as one larger replaceable 'cartridge' containing, for example, a total of 24 bullets.

Other operators may prefer to have individual single-use lightweight preloaded polymer barrels which clip into place to tailor a weapon to a specific task. For instance, such clip-on barrels could be provided in a range of calibers, types andities so that a police officer can select and rapidly assemble barriers which contain all lethal rounds, or a mixture of lethal and non-lethal rounds.

The unique Metal Storm design also provides to its user the ability to choose between firing the bullets one at a time at regular intervals or at variable rates of fire ranging from slow to very rapid. Users can vary the rate of fire simply by selecting and adjusting an electronic controller. In a multi-barrel weapon, the user can select any or all barrels to fire any number of rounds at any available selected rate.

In a conventional mechanical weapon, there are a number of mechanical actions, which must be completed between each firing. These actions set an upper limit on the rate at which the weapon can operate. For instance, some mechanical Gatling gun type weapons can fire up to approximately 6,000 rounds per minute for limited periods. In Metal Storm weapons, the elimination of mechanical processes has claimed in demonstrated burst rates in excess of one million rounds per minute from a 36- barrel weapon.

Another of the many benefits of the Metal Storm technology is its reliability over conventional mechanical weapons systems. Mechanical weapons, because of themovement, wear and operating stresses on the operating metal components, are expected to experience mechanical failure of some sort, such as jamming, after a calculated average number of firings. This rate of failure is termed the 'mean rounds between failure'.

As Metal Storm weapons have no mechanical components, they are less likely to jam. However, while the weapon may not jam, there is still a certain amount of concern regarding what might happen the power supply in an electronic weapon fail.

After all, no matter how well maintained a weapon might be, it must be expected that when the battery will fail. Therefore, ensuring a reliable power supply is a significant consideration. For this reason, the VLe handgun is being developed to include a slide device, which can be operated to generate and store electrical energy to enable the weapon to operate even if a battery is not installed.

Due to the electronic operation of the VLe, designers have been able to integrate a form of access control. The prototype VLe featured a 64 digit electronic keying system, which limits firing access to only authorized persons wearing a dress ring which conceals a miniature transponder. Developed by a US company, the keying system can activate the weapon in just a few milliseconds. This system can also be adjusted so that user groups can be designated, allowing groups of people, such as in special operations teams and Special Forces, to operate each other's weapons while preventing the weapons from being used by opposing forces. Metal Storm is currently working with companies around the world to enhance the reliability and usability of this feature through the possible use of biometrics.

Palm or fingerprint readers built into the grip of the weapon would allow an authorized user to activate the firearm in a fraction of a second by simply taking hold of it.

Non-Lethal Alternatives

Future development of the VLe handgun is planned to include a multiple barrel configuration and to provide to users the option of firing either lethal or non-lethal rounds. Based on preliminary discussions with police departments, this represents a highly prized feature which is seen to offer increased options for law enforcement officers involved in 'stand off' situations with criminals. In a four barrel configuration, an officer could carry lethal ammunition in two barrels and nonlethal ammunition in the other two, switching between the two types of ammunition as circumstances dictate, greatly increasing his / her use-of force options and reducing unnecessary deaths.

Some of the different types of ammunition Metal Storm systems may use could include lethal rounds but also non-lethal payloads, including rubber bullets and expandable bean bags as well as miniature cameras, tracking devices and so on.

Some of the other systems the VLe could support include an on-board information storage system for increase accountability, a friendly fire system and tracking capabilities. The information storage system would enable an officer to download information from their weapon to a computer detailing, if the weapon had been fired, by what it had been fired, where and when it was fired, how many shots were fired and what type of ammunition was used.

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CeBIT IT Fair – 2011 Holds Future Corporate Success Keys

Since it is coming to existence as a single entity, way back in 1986, CeBIT has covered a long distance to become world's largest ICT expo. It is a massive international trade platform both for the private and public organizations to organize product and service promotions, exhibitions, interactive lectures, corporate events and so on. Till some years ago, CeBIT was an exclusive event for corporate players. Now, with the booming world economy, end-users are also turning up here in large numbers.

Every year CeBIT adopts a theme to promote IT sector. This year also, there is no exception. "Work and Life with the Cloud" is the driving theme of CeBIT 2011. With the mobile subscriber base breaking new records, mobile net browsing is set to become the future of wireless Internet. Moreover, social networking has become the buzzword for modern generation. Networking sites enable to hook up with like-minded groups, share photos, videos and documents. It has virtually closed the gap between communities of different continents. Looking from this angle, one can safely interpret that cloud computing has sufficient potentiality to drive the future IT industry. By the year 2014, it is expected to touch a whopping USD 148.8 billion.

This gala 'ITES' meet is a grand opportunity to easily find out prospective business partners for future growth. The exhibitors post their online profile on the important pages on CeBIT website. This helps establishing initial contacts with the target clientele. At the fair stands, this initial communication leads to future business associations. This website also contains a comprehensive fair planner that enables prioritizing specific counters and scheduling interactive sessions with the exhibitors.

CeBIT 2010 witnessed a total 10 billion Euros for the projects taken up there. With around 3,500,000 professional visitors from all over the globe, it beat the recession gloom anticipating at that time. With global economy returning back on the right track, this year's event is expected to draw more footfalls. The presence of thousands of media persons will ensure highlighting the exhibitors' services and offerings to the global market. Moreover, this trade show is an excellent platform to launch focused and powerful business strategies irrespective of the company turnover.

CeBIT has also become a lucrative option for the relatively new companies of upcoming IT powerhouses like India. The previous edition attracted 30 Indian participants. Indian IT sector has shaded its identity as a cheap services provider. Now, it is the destination for global clientele who wants to stay ahead in the competition with latest technology with reasonable investment. International trade fairs naturally boost the dreams of Indian IT Consulting companies . Turkey is another attractive, emerging market for high-tech enterprises. This year, Turkey is the partner country of the mega show. That shows the rise of the new IT markets. CeBIT 2011 will no doubt prove to be a major junction for the global IT bandwagon.


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Anker PowerPort Atom PD 1: Meet the Future of Phone Chargers

Marty introduces the future of phone chargers.

Every year over 4 billion chargers ship with new devices every year. Surges in technology adoption now means we’re generating huge amounts of tech waste. Anker is fighting this by creating one charger to rule them all.

The Anker PowerPort Atom PD 1 is a smart USB C to USB C charger. Why smart? This charger uses a Power Delivery system which means it can adapt to deliver the right amount of power to your device. This particular model can deliver up to 35watts. This is actually enough to keep a MacBook ticking over. It’s also enough to fast charge a phone.

Get ready for a future where you’re expected to have your own charger.