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Rescue time is often affected when ambulances are stuck in traffic jam, and the cost of purchase and maintenance is too high for the rural and poor areas to allocate ambulances. Shutter Motor is a small pioneer electric three-wheeled vehicle. The frame of its wheels is equipped with AED and first-aid medicines. It can travel through traffic jams and arrive where a patient is to carry out first-aid. The body of Shutter Motor can be unfolded, and a stretcher can be attached to it to transport patients. It can be attached to an ambulance or be deployed at a large venue to cope with ...

The Major Problems:
➤internal combustion engine [ICE] and turbine/engine exhaust pollutes, destroying the environment and heath of all living things incl. premature death
➤ICE are fuel inefficient in most operating regimes where they spend most of their time, resulting in high amounts of pollutants and CO2 emissions
➤Most municipal/crop/farming/forest waste is buried or dumped in oceans which pollute water/aquifers/air. 8MM tons of plastic winds up in the ocean yearly upsetting the eco-system to almost irreversibility. Micro-plastics are now found in all marine life which threatens massive extinction and negatively effects people who consume fish

The Solution:
For the foreseeable future internal-combustion-engines [ICE], hybrids and turbines will still be the go-to solutions.

Using a novel air cycle and few simple ...

Urban Transportation is a very important matter in highly dense cities. Density creates challenges for urban transportation because of crowding and the expense of providing infrastructure in built-up areas. This is because most peoples who need transportation are the one who works on a regular basis. Now a day’s modern cities use different means of transportation and the highest tech ones use online ordering for transportation. But this has lots of problems and it does not entirely solve the urban transportation problem. This project solves the entire urban transportation problem in cities.

This project is about solving the transportation problem in cities by interconnecting everyone's calendar and schedule with transportation providers. Many studies have shown that modern peoples way ...

Living in New Zealand, one of the challenges we face especially during the winter months is sun-strike while driving. This is due to the sun being low in the sky on clear winter mornings or evenings.

Over the years, we had several accidents due to poor visibility and unawareness apart from being poorly equipped. This can be prevented with the introduction of better technology. Innovation is at the peak and we are in the 21st century with the advancement in technology, research, economy, human collaboration and confidence.

We possibly could innovate effective and reliable equipment which would benefit everyone and around the world. With numerous cars on the road using sophisticated technology, there is a lack of development ...

The Split Rail Transit System intends to double rail capacity by using a single track instead of two.

Ever since the Stage Coach, boxes on wheels were designed to carry freight and passengers. Newer, sleeker and more comfortable boxes kept the same basic design concept.

With the advent of self balancing vehicles, it is no longer necessary to use two rails to keep the vehicles upright.

Rail transit can survive by leasing the right of way so anyone can access the track with a single wheeled vehicle using one track thereby doubling the rail capacity instantly and using GPS to get freight and or passengers to their destination while keeping a safe distance from other vehicles using the same right of way.

Getting ...

The motion battery business plan

The motion battery was developed to generate additional revenue for vehicle manufacturers by charging customers for electricity while the vehicle is in motion over the life span of that vehicle. The motion battery was also developed to pay drivers to drive. When surplus energy is generated the driver has three options. The first is to return home and power the house. The second is to discharge the battery at a service station that supports both gas and electric vehicles. This service station will then reimburse the driver at the wholesale level. The third and final option is to power some sort of dump load (heater, ac unit ,etc} on the vehicle. I have developed ...

Using big data, people will get optimized transportation to work and back home (rush hours) by public and shared transportation means. Every day, each individual will be picked up from home at a predetermined time and brought back by the end of the day. Every car driver will share his car taking with him people requiring the same route. All transportation to work and back home will be free of charge. Car drivers will not necessarily drive their car every day. People will only have to input changes to their daily routine. Updates regarding next morning means of transportation will be received in the ...

My design idea relates to energy engineering and more particularly to the alternative energy technology of getting power from physical forces, operating without burning fuel.

The first industrial revolution (1760 - 1840) used fuel, water and steam to mechanize production and transportation. We know the steam engine was one of the most important inventions at this time. These engines used in all sorts of applications including factories, mines, locomotives, and steamboats. Steam engine uses the force produced by steam pressure to push a piston back and forth inside a cylinder. This pushing force transformed, by a connecting rod and flywheel, into rotational force for work https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steam_engine.

I developed and experimentally investigated a new method of converting physical forces into ...

Magnetic-Levitation (MagLev) rail provides a virtually frictionless way to transport people and goods at high speeds of 300 mph (480 km/h) or more. MagLev trains can be fast, but they are still trains – they must stop and start often, and stations might be far from passengers’ homes or businesses. As such, MagLev trains offer little advantage over conventional steel-wheels-on-steel-rails systems.

Let us separate “railroad” from “train” and have individual vehicles that use computer-automated technology to go non-stop from the starting to the destination depots. The fees charged to each such vehicle depend mainly on the weight of the vehicle and the distance traveled, so there is a MagLev “Turnpike”. To do this, you need to be able to ...

Please find hereby a system of quick changing superstructures on the vehicle chassis of any manufacturer. Your vehicle can change its application in about 3-4 minutes. For example, a dump truck turns into a tank truck for liquids, or a concrete mixer turns into a platform for transporting containers. There may be more than 30 types of superstructures for different purposes. The entire hydraulic system is built into a special frame that is mounted on top of the vehicle chassis (frame). Any superstructure is fixed to the vehicle by means of reliable locks, which will not allow to unhook during the movement and operation. This project has a wide area of application. For example, the farms where it is ...

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