AIWAYS U5 all-electric SUV arrives in Corsica
AIWAYS, the Shanghai-based personal mobility provider, has arrived in Europe following delivery of the first batch of U5 all-electric SUVs in Corsica. The cars join the rental fleet at Hertz Corsica, operated by local company Filippi Auto, and are now available for residents and tourists to rent.
46,000 homes could be powered by reduced TFL services
Can the underground really go carbon neutral by 2050? A new study by British Business Energy has revealed how many wind turbines and solar panels would be needed to power the annual energy consumption of the tube in a bid to the environment after lockdown.
Embedding digitalisation into offshore wind
The offshore wind industry has become one of the UK’s success stories. In the past decade, the industry went from a capacity of 0.3 Gigawatts (GW) of power to 9.7 GW, and also generated almost ten percent of the UK’s total energy in 2019. However, this success brings similarly high expectations for the future, with a Government target of a 400 per cent increase in capacity by 2030. To achieve this, the sector must accelerate its ...
Duo collaborate on surveillance camera reference design
Renesas Electronics has introduced an Ultra-High-Definition (UHD) surveillance camera reference design to address today’s high accuracy object detection and recognition needs for video security and surveillance systems.
How companies can use blockchain to prevent auditing malpractice
Not too long ago, there was very little to link Wirecard, the disgraced payments platform in Aschheim, Germany, with Boohoo, the fast-fashion online retailer in Leicester, England, but both have recently been embroiled in high profile scandals. By Nish Kotecha, Chairman and Co-Founder of Finboot and Bryan Foss, NED, Visiting Professor at Bristol Business School and member of the FRC Audit & Assurance Council
Bringing graphene and new materials to market
Remember the computer triode? Unless you’re an early-tech enthusiast, it’s unlikely. Used as switches in the first electronic computers, these vacuum tubes consumed a great deal of power. They were unreliable and upon the invention of silicon chips, were quickly replaced. A new material has the potential to shift entire industries. Here, Kari Hjelt, Head of Innovation of Graphene Flagship explains how graphene is set to do t...
5 reasons we are heading towards a better normal
Lockdown has caused a huge shift in the way we work. New research from O2 found that a third (33%) expect to remote work from home for at least three days a week after lockdown. A staggering 81% expected to work remotely at least one day a week. Written by Marcus Harvey, Director of B2B EMEA, Targus
The rise of image recognition in medical diagnostics
Deep learning has revolutionised image recognition and analysis, making unprecedented performance leaps between 2010-2014. These rapid advancements enabled the development of automated, accurate, accessible, and cost effective medical diagnostics.
Helmet contract signed with Danish Ministry of Defence
Galvion has signed a new contract to supply the Danish Ministry of Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organisation (DALO), with a suite of helmet systems. Awarded following a full and open competition, the 7-year contract is worth approximately $23.5m.
Fibre interconnects withstand extreme environments
A new series of IP68-rated connectors, adapters and couplers to address high-speed voice, video and data networking applications in areas where extreme environmental conditions are present has been released by L-com.