Safety and Security - 2012
The E-Witness Camera is a simple solid state camera that constantly records images until a programmable event. It records to SSD memory until it's filled, then begins to write over the oldest captured images. It can also be programmed to cease recording (to prevent write-over) at certain events, such as a timed period after an alarm notification, g-sensor activation, or other actions.
Powered by solar, house current, battery, or usb, the switchable SVGA or HD video camera body can be mounted on walls, stands, rear-view mirrors, and even Velcro.
Possible uses: Security, area monitoring, wildlife viewing, or anything you ...
What could provide us with a significant prediction of an earthquake? What exactly are the symptoms of an earthquake? How far ahead can we predict an earthquake? Could electrical superconductivity in the rocks be used? Are volcanic eruptions related to earthquakes in any way?
Earthquakes will occur more and more often; it is like a chain reaction, a domino effect of shifting plates. Significant and more frequent movements occurred in the past few years and it is still continuing today and will keep continuing at a more accelerated rate.
A statistical analysis of all earthquakes for the past 100 ...
The conventional speed breakers have become back breakers at low speed and life breaker at high speed because of more accidents due to sudden hump and poor visibility. Many accidents are caused because of inadequate illumination of the speed breaker. Although speed bumps are effective in keeping vehicle speed down, their use is sometimes controversial as they can cause noise and possibly vehicle damage if taken at too great a speed. Poorly designed speed bumps can be hard to negotiate in vehicles with low ground clearance. The ideal speed breaker is one that does not cause damage to vehicles ...
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Jun 26, 2012
I have devised an Electroscope/ESD Device that detects valent electrons, and then "drains" the user of any differential voltage. This device should be used when working on electronics, in effect to show the user of any electric fields that might exist, along with eliminating the static charge. Previous versions only mitigated valent electrons, or aimed to neutralize a differential voltage. Practical applications can be in a lab or in the field, when needing to know of any electric fields. Not only is the wrist device functional for working with or around electronics, it is fashionable. The device can also ...
Jun 30, 2012
The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) bans any nuclear explosions, for military or civil purposes. Until treaty ratification, a verification process is being undertaken for the establishment of a robust international monitoring system (IMS) for treaty compliance. This consists of a network of certified laboratories that perform radiation detection on air filter samples collected from monitoring stations distributed at 80 global stations. These stations are positioned to detect radioactive debris from atmospheric nuclear explosions or vented by underground or underwater nuclear explosions. To detect a nuclear explosion, a very sensitive gamma-radiation detector is required to measure 85 radioactive elements or ...
ESB Emergency Starting Battery VS (Vehicle Series)
ESB, means ‘’Emergency Starting Battery,’’ a new manufacturing innovation in the battery field, a new idea and proposal as well.
An innovation which will insure you reach your destination safely.
ESB can be used as an alternative (saving) back-up emergency starting battery, which is directly connected to the vehicle’s electrical power system. It is a battery that will get you out of a difficult situation and will start your engine when the main battery will just not do it.
The ESB improves much further the passenger’s safety regarding all possible consequences that ...
Since we still drive our cars on sunny days, we have all run into the problem of poorly designed and/or functioning sun visors incapable of blocking out the sun while still allowing us to see street lights, signs, etc.
The eSunShield design would alleviate this problem by automatically blocking out just the sun.
This can be accomplished through the use of a eye location tracking system, a sun sensor, a dynamic electronic film applied onto a windshield or embedded, and a microprocessor. The microprocessor would compare where the sun is located (if visible at all) and where the eyes ...
In every country around the world used tires accumulate in piles. Every year, through carelessness, accident or lightning, some of those tire piles catch fire. Currently there are only three ways of dealing with these disasters. Allow the pile to burn itself out, smother the fire with dirt, or use an expensive combination of water and a foaming agent to put the fire out. Tire fires put out enormous quantities of toxic smoke, soot and gasses so allowing to them burn does great environmental damage. Smothering them sometimes works, but often leaves the tires smoldering underground for years. The ...
My entry to the Comsol/Nordson Contest would have to be my Hercules armored power and communications cabling system. I was approached by a BOMA executive asking for a design for an emergency communications system. I created a univeral system using an armored cable that could be installed in all tall commercial buildings. It won their and FEMAs approval. Then 9/11 occurred and they asked would it survive? I said, Sorry, No. I went back to the drawing board and after 4 years came up with a Communications and Power cabling system that was able to survive. I then found ...
Jun 19, 2012
Amid frantic cries for help, some youths from the nearby locality joined in the rescue, pulling out those still alive, long before firefighters reached the spot. The death toll would have been less had the hospital authorities allowed them in to evacuate the patients earlier.
Yes, it was this fire accident that broke out around 3 a.m. in the basement of the seven-storey building of the Advanced Medical Research Institute (AMRI) Hospitals at Dhakuria threatening the lives of the 164 in-patients.
Many such disasters have occured due to lack of timely rescue operations. Isn't there any solution to ...