Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais
Mar 3, 2017
Farms provides foods for cities.
Cities are becoming ugly conglomerate of people and concrete.
My proposal is to integrate cities and farms to have local food, more work and a liveable city.
Currently, we have crowded cities and far away farms.
Irrigation technology permits food production in a variety of climate conditions. The best optimization form of irrigation are Circles.
Implementing more than two irrigation circles will leave Triangles between them.
These triangles will be used for Housing and Transportation.
A Circle and its adjacent Triangles forms an Hexagons.
Hexagons are modular forms that can ...
The best way to describe this invention is an Archimedes screw that runs the length of a ship’s hull. It contrasts a conventional ship by replacing the single screw or propeller with the full length Archimedes screw. Upon startup the Archimedes screw will require extra torque but once moving the inertia should reduce the load on the device driving it. One drawback is the amount of space taken up in the ship’s hold, but that should be overridden by the secondary benefit of the device also acting as a ballast helping to stabilize the vessel. Different tweaks to this ...
Mar 12, 2017
Not wearing a seat belt exposes a passenger (and his or her neighbors) to the risk that a turbulence encounter will lift them briefly out of their seat and then return them abruptly back down, possibly on an armrest, a galley cart or another passenger. If the passenger is up walking about, the potential for injury from falling or landing awkwardly on hard objects during a turbulence encounter is even greater. Therefore, observing and obeying the fasten seat belt sign is a key safety precaution. Keeping this in mind, safety level can be brought to next level by automating ...
United Arab Emirates
Mar 8, 2017
The project we are putting forward is Behavioral Enhanced Encryption. As now cyber security is a serious threat to our privacy and online data, there us a need to overcome this issue with certain technique so that to an extent we are safe.
Our idea is unique in this aspect and could revolutise the security services that are currently provided by online services. This technique provides an advanced layer of security to safeguard the online accounts.
The principle on how it works is, by using an intuitive AI program that monitors a user's behavior when using any ...
As we all know, mosquitoes are carriers of all sort of undesirable things. Don’t need to remind you of the latent possible comeback of Sika virus to our lands as temperatures get warmer and the vector population increases. Hence we should fight back with all we've got and if we don’t have the tools we must create them for our safety and own good. This concept and design is an elastic band covered with a membrane impregnated with a special formula and some infrared light sources to attract mosquitoes and once near the warm and tasty membrane would provide ...
Noise pollution could be either harmful or annoying to humans and animals. As reported by WHO in 2011, “environmental noise leads to a disease burden that is only second in magnitude to that from air pollution.” Materials for noise control are in demand.
Phononic crystals (PCs) consist of periodic structures, which are engineered to manipulate acoustic wave propagation. Since PCs were first proposed by Kushwaha et al., much attention has been devoted to PCs because of their substantial applications in sound attenuation, absorber, etc. Continuously graded phononic crystals (CGPCs) are special types of PCs with continuously graded structures, which ...
While technology is constantly giving us new ways of doing things, there are some things that inflexibly stay the same. Take the good old cardboard box, for example: 90 percent of all products shipped are still sent using some type of cardboard packaging. So what do we do with all of it once items have been safely removed from their boxes? Unfortunately, we usually break down the boxes and toss them in recycling—but if we would just give it a little thought, the possibilities are almost endless. Cardboard can be bent, cut, painted, wrapped, and configured in almost any ...
Mountain View, California
Mar 9, 2017
The problem: getting small satellites into space. If you're with a typical nonprofit, university, or small-budget government program without millions of dollars and years to spare, but want to use the "common heritage of mankind" above our heads to help your mission, you build a small, cheap satellite. But rockets today are designed to take big satellites, not small.
There are no commercially available rockets today with a payload of less than 100 kilograms. The smallest now under serious development (except ours) are around 20. But the dominant small satellite standard is the CubeSat, massing 1-5 kilograms. Their only ways ...
There are millions of people worldwide suffering with Psoriasis, a disorder that cannot be cured and itching is a very common problem. People living with a chronic skin condition such as psoriasis and eczema are terribly affected by intense itchiness of the skin. While current treatments are available, they are not sufficient.
Itchiness is a large burden as the itch often can be so intense, that maintaining a normal life can be hard.
Current non-medical solutions for treating itch used by people with psoriasis and AD involve coconut oil, ointments, creams, gels and lotions. Other people ...
North Miami, Florida
Mar 7, 2017
First "Automated Hands-Free Umbrella" (patent granted), that follows your intention of movement while protecting from environmental conditions and assisting you in outdoors.
Our company enters the IoT Era by delivering a disruptive product and a new mobile platform for Apps and Services to run on It, while addressing the humans need of protection from environmental conditions in a more natural way technology allows us today; permitting the user to have the best possible protection in an automated fashion. We have created the concept of the first "Automated Hands-Free Umbrella" (patent granted), controlled by the User's Intention ...