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This magnetic lifter drone robotic aircraft.

This Small drone aircraft is based on WW2 designs used by the German Military that were recovered during The 1947 project Operation High Jump . In that time period computer science was not available as it is today which was the Reason the German militrary had limited sucess with as it was very difficult for the pilots to manually fly these devices which were driven by a series of Gyroscopes causing Ionic lift not unlike what is currently in use by the B 2 Bomber AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL military aircraft which also use jet engines to assist in the propulsion system . A computer conrtolled Drone using this propulsion system could be used ...

Towards a standardized and flexible mix of transportation and pluggable architecture. Use of standard steel cargo container dimensions for the construction of personalized transit rooms. The rooms would be moved using an independent robotic motor unit and elevated to z-heights by architecturally incorporated rack and pinon designed system powered through the motor unit. When not at a remote location it would be integrated into the home unit as an extra room. The user experience would be similar to walking into a room from home and using the room as normal until at arrival at destination walking through the same door would open to the new location. Can be outfitted as a stand alone micro-residence for low income individuals and ...

The TEC HVAC is a modification to the automotive transportation’s heating and cooling climate control system. The system shall be designed to integrate into a vehicle’s existing climate control system but shall incorporate stored thermal energy to cool and heat the vehicle’s cabin compartment; solar energy to power (or augment the existing power demand of) the climate control system; and a mobile application to remotely control various functions and operation of the existing climate control system. The objective of the TEC HVAC is to introduce a ‘Smart Auto’ Climate Control System to the automotive transportation industry – that is economically and environmentally compatible.

How does the TEC HVAC work: Thermal Energy is generated through the manipulation of thermoelectric energy ...

A rotating internal combustion engine using spark or compression ignition manufactured with current metals/machining processes for motorcycles, automobiles, shipping, and aircraft. An attached compressor (twin screw) feeds air injectors, supplying the rotor chambers.

Pyramidal rotor chambers are placed around the rotor circumference allowing multiple firing impulses per revolution, with any design of rotor vanes, chambers, or diameter to maximize output.

One design for a light/medium truck, with an 18” diameter rotor holding (6) rows of (9) chambers, has external dimensions like a Chevy 454. At rest, a number of chambers are positioned to allow for pressurization/fuel/spark allowing instantaneous startup without a starter motor. When starting, any number of chambers can ignite, and immediately other chambers are positioned to ignite.

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Cycling is a great cardiovascular activity that's generally easy on the joints because it's not weight bearing, although back pain seems to be relatively common among cyclists. According to research, about 68% of people who cycle frequently experience debilitating back pain related to cycling at some point in their lives. Back pain from cycling has a number of causes, mainly: unsuitable bike dimensions and poor sitting posture.

The best way to prevent this problem is purchasing a bike according to one size but this is impractical for the masses of peoples because many people select a new bike based on price point and tend to downplay the importance of the bike's dimensions and ergonomics. Ideally, a bike should be ...

A smart military tactical scope attachment that pairs to a smart visor attachment. The scope/visor attachments are equipped with 3D sensory cameraa and encrypted wireless signal reciever/relays. The 3D sensory cams functions pair to the smart scopes displays functions. The incrypted wireless signal receiver/relay pairs to the smart tactical scope/visor. The encrypted wireless signal receiver relay wirelessly pairs to other encrypted ID numbers/signals. The encrypted numbered ID signal pairing to other wireless pairing signals allows the operator/military personnel to view a target/targets through the smart scope/visor to see if the potential target is friendly or not. Encrypted ID signal once received and verified by command center pings a instant verification notification to said military unit. Military unit can use ...

Automated/controlled deployment stretcher barrier wall or DSBW for short. Designed as a remote operated/Autonomous mobile deployment stretcher barrier wall the operator/user has full control capabilities allowing user to minipulate the defensive barriers movement via control center and or a wireless military touch control wrist monitoring device. The wrist monitor has a wireless password protected ID that pairs to the defensive stretcher wall barrier to gain access for control functions. User/operator has ability to view the defensive barriers 3d sensory cameras in real time through the wrist monitor or via control center. DSBWs panel flaps are manafactured as a harden steel/kevlar composite material. DSBW has crawler tracks for maximum grip/movement in all conditions. DSBW has a built in stretcher that ...

The objective of this design is to create a swarm 3D printing and assembly platform which employs a swarm of printhead-carrying mobile robots to complete sophisticated manufacturing tasks. Similar to how a swarm of bees working together to build their beehive, the swarm of smart mobile robots can work together to print and assemble products based on digital models on demand.

Illustrated here is a model of future factory, consisting of modularly designed tiles for the factory floor to guide the navigation of the robots, mobile robots carrying robotic arms with different end effectors, including filament extruder, gripper for pick-and-placing pre-manufactured components, and other types of robotic toolheads. All the robots are wirelessly connected into the Internet through Wi-Fi ...

According to https://thewaterproject.org/water-crisis/water-in-crisis-ethiopia, Ethiopia is located in Africa's Horn where drought and politics are two leading causes of water shortage. In a study conducted by Water.org, they found that "42% of the population has access to clean water supply" and only "11% of that number has access to adequate sanitation services". In rural areas of the country, these figures drop even lower, resulting in health problems in the villagers as well as their animals. There is a lack of water in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa. There can be many reasons but the most common one is wastage. This design solves the major water wastage of car wash service. As seen in the attached pictures, the common car ...

Nearly 300,000 Americans have sustained some form of spinal cord injury (SCI), and effective therapies to promote recovery of neural function are lacking. Our vision is to create an off-the-shelf spinal cord implant to replace the injured tissue.

We used the natural spinal cord architecture as a template to design a scaffold that mimics the intact cord. We chose materials with mechanical properties that are similar to the spinal cord properties in order to allow superior integration. We then used rapid 3D printing technology that can fabricate the implant in one continuous print, rather then layers as being done by common inkjet 3D-printers. The interface between each layer is a mechanically weak area; our method produce a more stable ...

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