IOTAS, a PropTech company, creates Multi-Family-Home IoT Platform for Enterprise PORTLAND, Ore. — IOTAS, the leading IoT-as-a-Service smart apartment platform, is proud to announce the completion of its Series A round of funding led by TELUS Ventures and including participation by Liberty Global. Early investor, Intel Capital, recommitted capital in this round to fuel growth. […]IOTAS Raises $8.5M to Launch IoT-as-a-Service for Enterprise — Financial Post
Bitcoin Touches Six-Month Low as More Supports Give Way – Bloomberg… https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-11-22/bitcoin-is-now-staring-at-7-000-as-another-support-gives-wayBitcoin Touches Six-Month Low as More Supports Give Way – Bloomberg — CryptoZap – Bitcoin History In Headlines
Despite losing their relative market share, most altcoins have produced significant gains in volume since the 2017 bull run via Cointelegraph.com News https://ift.tt/2KGdn6yAltcoin Market Capitalization Shrinks Despite Volume Boost Since 2017 — The Indian Perspective
One of the endearing features of electric and hybrid cars is the silence of their engines. So of course that feature is about to meet its maker. U.S. and E.U. regulators are calling for noisemaking electric engines for safety reasons. Maybe the newfangled fake engine sounds should mimic real engine sounds. That would make more […]Songs of electric car silence — Architecture Here and There
Drastic loss of mobility. Recharging directly from solar panels is not an option either. Tesla’s Elon Musk promises battery and solar solutions for the many EV owners who can’t charge their cars, reports Yahoo News. – – – From Car and Driver — Nearly a million Californians are now without power as the electric company […]Electric-Car Owners Hard Hit by Massive California Power Shutdown — Tallbloke’s Talkshop
(This post is about all-electric cars, not petrol/electric hybrids) We keep hearing a lot about electric cars. They don’t pollute, and they are ‘green’, as far as the environment is concerned. Some countries are insisting that all cars have to be electric by a certain date, though that date varies dramatically. They have drawbacks of […]Electric Car, Anyone? — beetleypete
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Electric vehicles are everywhere now. It’s more than just Leafs, Teslas, and a wide variety of electric bikes. It’s also trains, busses, and in this case, gigantic dump trucks. This truck in particular is being put to work at a mine in Switzerland, and as a consequence of having an electric drivetrain is actually able […]Electric Dump Truck Produces More Energy Than it Uses — Hackaday
#Tesla #Powerwall is a fully-integrated AC battery system for residential or light commercial use. Its rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack provides energy storage for solar self-consumption, time-based control, and backup. Powerwall’s electrical interface provides a simple connection to any home or building. Its revolutionary compact design achieves market-leading energy density and is easy to install, enabling […]Tesla Power Wall 2 (Video) — TechNewSources
This essay is about a scientist named Nikola Tesla . He was born July 10th 1856 . He was born a few minutes after dawn and as he was born in the middle of a lightning storm . He was born in Smiljan which was part of the Austrian Empire at the time and is […]All about Nikola Tesla ( Essay ) — Kayleas creative writting
(Cover Image & Source: Tesla´s World of Tomorrow @ Unariun Wisdom) …It was an early summer of 1856., when the gentle breeze of the nearby mountains of the Lika county, one of the largest mountainous regions in the southern part of Austro-Hungarian Empire, in present day Croatia, welcomed the birth of a man that will […]Are We Living at the Dawn of the Free Energy World? — Libertas Nova
From The Times of India September 2, 2019, 10:12 am IST Sanjeev Sabhlok in Seeing the Invisible | India | TOI The Modi government has been shovelling scarce taxpayer resources into solar energy, with a further $6.5 billion promised till 2022. This is over and above indirect subsidies that people pay through higher electricity bills […]Solar energy badly harms the environment. It must be taxed, not subsidised — Watts Up With That?