iqtrafficontrol:

The Traffic Lights of Tomorrow Will Actively Manage Congestion The humble traffic signal is gaining some new responsibilities.



Drive your Model T through a major intersection a hundred years ago, and you’d likely encounter a policeman directing traffic. Ten years later, that officer would’ve been replaced by a traffic light. As the number of cars on the road increased, cities needed a way to keep cars from crashing into each other. With its dogmatic procession of green, yellow, and red, the automated traffic light did the trick.




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iqairport:

A New Concept for Shape-Shifting Architecture That Responds to Heat


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NASA wants YOU to come up with the best wave energy technology


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CO2 levels reached a new record last year, 142% of the pre-industrial era

Tesla Unveils Ultra Efficient Diamond-Shaped Design for Nevada Gigafactory

50 GWh in annual battery production, Enough for 500.00 tesla cars powered by renewable energy.


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iqmilitary:

Is the Future of Digital Security in Our Veins?
Biometrics is the supposed future of security, but the actual biology likely to wind up providing that protection is less assured than it may appear. Sure, fingerprint scanners are well on their way to proper ubiquity, but at the same time that technology is hardly airtight or even close. It didn’t take long, after all, before Germany’s Chaos Computer Club busted open the iPhone 5s’ vaunted TouchID system, a hack that, given the myriad conceptual and technical failings of fingerprint security, might have been as anticipated as the phone’s first jailbreak (the fingerprint hack and the 5s jailbreak actually happened within a day of each other in Sept. 2013).

Passwords by now should be as archaic as vacuum tubes, but here we are, dependent on awkward two-step verification systems for any semblance of proper security. One relatively recent suggestion involves the replacement of passwords with good old fashioned blood.


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iqairport:

Aircraft to be made from ‘human-like skin’ to enable them to feel damage and monitor their health while flying

BAE Systems in Essex has revealed a new technology for aircraft
The smart skin would be embedded with thousands of micro-sensors
The sensors act like human skin to detect damage and ‘feel’ the world
These can sense wind speed, temperature and movement accurately
Could then monitor health and locate potential problems like our bodies



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Architects rejoice, your all-glass towers could become giant transparent solar cells

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First Flight with the Wright Brothers

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Solar Boom Driving First Global Panel Shortage Since 2006

The solar industry is facing a looming shortage of photovoltaic panels, reversing a two-year slump triggered by a global glut.

The oversupply pushed prices through the floor, making solar power more competitive and driving up demand. It also dragged dozens of manufacturers into bankruptcy, and slowed capital investment at the survivors. With installations expected to swell as much as 29 percent this year, executives are bracing for the first shortfall since 2006.

Scarcity will benefit the biggest manufacturers, including China’s Yingli Green Energy Holdings Co. (YGE) and Trina Solar Ltd. (TSL) A shortage may slow development outside the top markets in Asia and North America if suppliers favor their largest customers. Shipments to large, utility-scale solar farms may get priority over smaller, rooftop systems, threatening one of the industry’s fastest-growing markets.

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Solar Boom Driving First Global Panel Shortage Since 2006

The solar industry is facing a looming shortage of photovoltaic panels, reversing a two-year slump triggered by a global glut.

The oversupply pushed prices through the floor, making solar power more competitive and driving up demand. It also dragged dozens of manufacturers into bankruptcy, and slowed capital investment at the survivors. With installations expected to swell as much as 29 percent this year, executives are bracing for the first shortfall since 2006.

Scarcity will benefit the biggest manufacturers, including China’s Yingli Green Energy Holdings Co. (YGE) and Trina Solar Ltd. (TSL) A shortage may slow development outside the top markets in Asia and North America if suppliers favor their largest customers. Shipments to large, utility-scale solar farms may get priority over smaller, rooftop systems, threatening one of the industry’s fastest-growing markets.



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