Safety and Security - 2012
To rate the driving practice and behavior among drivers and rate them by their driving behavior
To assess the driver's behavior and driving practice in terms of response and reaction time to a fellow motorist and pedestrians and to identify poor drivers & scrutinizing their driving habits.
Need for the program:
In a developing nation like India, where the majority of the population travel a quite a long distance (to the workplace), the commuters travel an average two hours a day by road. The need for the program is to assess every driver's ...
How would the world react if a news report was released involving 20 crashed jumbo jets filled with children? This hideous thought happens every day. However instead of crashed planes, this number is generated from the 6,000 children that die every day from a lack of safe drinking water. If this fact does not raise your attention, consider it on an even larger scale: 1.1 billion people around world do not have access to safe water, half the world’s hospital beds are filled with people suffering from water related illness, and if you totaled the number of children who ...
Bloomfield Hills, Mi
Blind people are constantly at risk for being hit by cars which they cannot see. Especially in contemporary society where cars are getting quieter and quieter (electric cars produce essentially no noise) it is extremely important to be able to alert blind people of oncoming traffic. My invention aims to produce a simple wireless communication between an approaching car and the cane of a blind individual. The result of this warning would be both a beeping noise for the blind individual to hear as well as a noticeable vibration warning the individual. This invention will undoubtedly aid in decreasing ...
Parents are concerned about the whereabouts of their children but it is impractical, if not impossible, to keep an eye on them at all times. This simple device will monitor the location of their child and let the parent know if he/she wanders outside either a predetermined distance or beyond specific locations that are entered into the system. The base station, similar to a baby monitor, would incorporate a rechargeable battery for portability and be small enough to be carried in a pocket or purse. The bracelet would be placed on the child’s ankle or wrist, with the former ...
To create doors, walls, roofs, barriers, security shutters and many other planar surfaces that can span large contiguous areas but may also be stored in a compact stack for transport or architectural needs. (Panels may also be curved for arches or domes etc.)
The individual panels may be made of many types of solid materials, or may be of composite, laminated, sandwich, or many other types of construction. Panels can be as thick as the needs of the application require.
A typical panel may have two edges, a leading edge and a trailing edge. The leading edge engages the ...
Removing a compressor from a package air-conditioner has a number of challenges. There is usually little to rig any lifting equipment, the compressor is well over the weight anyone should attempt to lift alone. Removing the unit top and using a very large mobile crane is a possible solution, though very expensive to do.
The following illustrations are of a device I believe could be set up in the field and safely remove a compressor from a blind hole.
The lifting arm is attached to a sliding trolley with brake. The arm extends out past the A-frame ...
Mi invention consist of a video device that can be installed in any vehicle in order to have a way to maintain a constant monitoring of the daily driving each individual performs.
This device is built using up to four modules, each module has a video camera, and integrated microphone and a solid state memory; this characteristics allows the public in general to select one, two, three of the four modules and consequently the price which every person can determine is their best investement for safety and security in the daily transportation,
Each one of the modules provides video ...
Brno, Czech Republic
Jun 29, 2012
Time to time the Earth gets hit by an asteroid. This can be potentially very serious threat for a continent or entire humanity. Since 90's there is ongoing observation for to spot potentially dangerous asteroids. So far there are more than 5000 objects with known trajectories. Some of them have potential for collision in future. When we know about such issue in advance we can think about some kind of defense. Considered approaches includes direct impact on the object with hi speed manmade object (like Deep impact project), slow action with ion engine, nuclear strike and some others.
This DIY Survival Capsule (Escape Pod, Storm Shelter) was designed to save the lives of its occupants, in case of natural disasters. The picture show the first capsule (MKPOD1), used for real scale and FEA (Structural and CFD) tests.
-Capacity: 5 people - 1,250 lbs [567 Kg]
-Dimensions: Height: 41 in [1041 mm], Width (max): 78 in [1981 mm]
-Weight (approx.): 160 lbs [73 Kg]
-Two access/exit hatches (main and emergency exit)
-Equipped with breathing / sighting fittings
-Lifting/anchoring lugs (also designed for helicopter lift)
-Construction Materials: Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP), Plywood, Aluminum Alloy, high strength PVC, ...
This innovation successfully merges two existing technologies (Dry Snorkel and Cold Immersion Suit technologies), to produce a new product that helps prevent hypothermia at sea. During normal breathing or respiration a human inhales fresh air into their lungs and exhales CO2 at an approximate body temperature of 98.60F. If the outside water temperature is much colder then the body it causes the core body temperature to drop and hypothermia can quickly set in. Existing Cold Immersion Suits on the market only insulate the body against the cold and can result in catastrophic loss of life during prolonged periods at ...