2010
Safety and Security

WalkSafe Products are designed to be useful, convenient and attractive items that include safety and security features, including instructional booklets, discussions groups and videos. These resources are "enhanced user manuals" that not only helps the user make the best use of the product,

Steganography, derived from Greek, roughly translated as “cover writing.” It is a “hide and seek” system that embeds hidden information in unremarkable cover media so as not to arouse an eavesdropper’s suspicion except the intended recipient. Embedding a message into an image requires two files.

The TRS (tactical rescue-survival) suit has been designed to:

The Vehicle Vector Wireless Network (VVWN) is an added option to current GPS navigation units. The VVWN inputs vector data from other VVWN units within its wireless network range, and transmits its own vector data to other vehicles within its range.

WHAT PROBLEMS DOES YOUR DESIGN IDEA SOLVE
The prototype should act as a vest personal lifeboat JCB in all kinds of shipwrecks. It consists of several protective layers of plastic or extremely strong polymers, the penultimate formed by a medieval mesh, to protect against shark attacks in particular.

Automatic Video/Image transmission from a stolen or theft vehicle

When an intruder enters the car or vehicle, the camera mounted above the steering wheel will automatically start streaming the video/image of the intruder to the preloaded mobile/cell number.

The different sensors like pressure sensors,

Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) are used by terrorists worldwide. These crude but effective explosive devices are easy to assemble, inexpensive and produce devastating results. Foreign and domestic terrorists have effectively employed these devices to undertake stand-off attacks as opposed to use of conventional weapons.

The basic principle for this idea is to create a localized change in weather such that a fire will die out, be suppressed or forced to burn away from the area of coverage.
This is accomplished by 3 things: Large volume of high velocity wind,

Currently available, state-of-the-art, Flame Detectors are too large, too heavy, too power hungry, too slow to respond, and completely unsuitable for many applications requiring: low weight and smaller size, operations on next-to-no power,

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