Advanced driver assistance systems offer enhanced convenience,comfort and safety to vehicle owners. As these technologies mature, they have the capability to transform the automotive landscape and facilitate the proliferation of driverless cars.
The newly opened one-of-a-kind grocery store Amazon Go at the largest city of Washington state Seattle, the US has become the first shop of virtual reality world. The integration of innovative technologies like weight sensor technology and hundreds of cameras watching buyers every movement is likely to promote transform an entire grocery shopping experience.
As we battle the ill effects of climate change and the greenhouse effect, putting a tax on carbon emissions has become the path to attain the goals of protecting our environment and we need to act decisively about it. All the major institutions of the world are concerned with climate change, and governments and corporates are increasingly advocating the concept of carbon pricing to tackle climate change.
There is an increasing proliferation of digital technologies in today’s cars and it is all set to take the automobiles of today to a new platform altogether. Many features of modern day cars like monitoring performance parameters such as speed, fuel tank levels and fuel efficiency and other systems like the audio, heating and air conditioning have been digitised in order to provide comfort and convenience to drivers and passengers and most importantly, to keep the driver informed about the condition of the car.
Keurig Green Mountain recently made an announcement of buying Dr Pepper Snapple, an American soft drink company. The deal makes a new soft drink giant with US$ 11 billion in annual trades and combines Keurig’s single-serve coffee brands, 7UP, and Dr Pepper.
Carbon dioxide may be the well-known gas that contributes the largest to the planet’s global warming, but there are other less known gases such asHydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), nitrous oxide, etc. that are equally dangerous for the earth’s climate. Such gases, particularly HFCs may be emitted in far lesser quantities as compared to carbon dioxide, but they have a huge potential of contributing towards climate change.
Industry 4.0 promises faster decision making, enhanced efficiency and less production of waste, creating smart factories and overhauling the manufacturing processes. We are witnessing the advent of the fourth industrial revolution. Concepts such as smart industries and the Internetof Things (IoT) are converging in an intricate web of communications and information technology.
When the movie I, Robot was released way back in 2004, audiences across the globe went ballistic with the idea of having robots as wonder housekeepers. Almost a decade later, these intelligent machines have made their way into retail stores, assisting consumers with impeccable shopping experiences, almost rendering the human store associate obsolete.
Chinese e-commerce company – JD.com and one of the two largest online retailers in Chinahave joined a standard organization BiTA (Blockchain technology for transport alliance). The company declared its plan succeeding to declaration of FedEx to join with BiTA.
While scientists have not been able to prove its existence before, there is some evidence that metallic hydrogen does exist and a new scientific attempt – if successful – may provide another source of reliable fuel to mankind very soon.
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