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Kiwano K01 single-wheeled electric scooter drives all-terrain urban

Tinuku ~ Unicycle electric Kiwano K01 to explore all-terrain using one wheel fat. Single-wheeled electric scooters serve mobility in an unconventional way to cut time, cut lines, cut parking lots and clean energy as a highly efficient personal transportation mode in a futuristic concept leaning on a wheel.

Kiwano K01 is an electric scooter and running on a wheel at a maximum speed of 20 mph (32 kph) provides mobility in fun and sensational way. Vehicles carry a maximum load of 550 pounds at 8.5 inches in size, 108 cm (42.5 inches) in height and 43 cm (17 inches) wide into efficient transport modes in practical design.

Materials using metal components and carbon fibers present weight of only 20 kg (44 lbs). Kiwano K01 implements 1000W power-backed electric motor by 55.5V, 4.4Ah, 232.2W lithium-ion battery pack for travel on narrow alleys, sidewalks or grassy soil.

The spring-based system is mounted between the steering handlebar and the combo wheel enough for urban mobility by jumping o…

Tesla began change SolarCity with Tesla Solar brand

Tinuku ~ Tesla began displaying the new 'Tesla Solar' branded solar panel in the store to replace the acquired SolarCity name. While Tesla Inc. is preparing for new precarious solar roof tile technologies, the company continues to install regular solar panels under SolarCity which are currently transitioning into the Tesla Solar brand.

The new panel is part of Tesla deal with Panasonic at the Gigafactory 2 complex in Buffalo. Panasonic manufactures Tesla Solar at the Tesla plant for exclusive use of Tesla. They do not plan to provide it to third parties.

Previously SolarCity and most solar cell contractors use solar panels from several different suppliers for residential and commercial projects. But Tesla changed the traditional pattern by building from start to installation.

The transformation is part of Elon Musk's plan to offer solar products with better aesthetics by creating distinctive brands that can be distinguished from other installers by product. Tesla wants the…

DJI builds drone market base in agriculture

Tinuku ~ The world drone giant wants to farm. The Shenzhen-based drone maker Dà-Jiāng Innovations Science and Technology Co. Ltd. or DJI pledged to build a glyph to bring fertilizers and pesticides to spread its wings and get out of the growing global competition in the remote controlled drone market in a new way.

DJI's drone king from China wants to open a new focus on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles from hobbies and fun into professional use and see agriculture as the business's future for a growing industry.

The DJI campus at High Tech Park in southern Shenzhen city has half the space to showcase drones for use in agriculture, public security, professional photography and film-making.

Rotor powered devices fly over rice fields and plantations to carry a 15 kilogram of liquit fertilizer or pesticide. A drone performs a farming equivalent of 30 people and is more efficient.

"In five years, we depart from unmanned aircraft carrying only cameras to special machines for…

Path Scooters launches fat wheeled e-scooter for all terrain

Tinuku ~ Phat Scooters launches two models of wheeled electric scooter. Startup based in Phoenix, Arizona, builds the latest e-bike with e-scooter to reach 30 miles (48 km) up to 50 miles (80 km) in single battery charge. The two wheels have top speed of 20 mph (30 kph) falling into bicycle category allows legally riding on bike lanes.

Electric scooters make short trips much more fun. Phat Scooters is motorcycle using an electric engine, but the speed specification allows in the bike category so it drives without the need for a driver's license, although it is safer to keep using a helmet.

"I built Phat Scooter to get around and go to a favorite restaurant. Very easy parking, I can take shortcuts and save half the distance and time," says Phat Scooters founder Dan Hankins.

E-Scoot powered by 1,200-watt and capable running on all surfaces, climbing hills with a maximum of 30 degrees, asphalt streets, land and beach sand. Hydraulic disc brakes with electronic EBS are relia…

Optimus Ride prepares autonomous car tests on public roads

Tinuku ~ Optimus Ride Inc., an MIT spinoff company, announced they have received approval from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) to test autonomous vehicles. The Boston-based startup is using NVIDIA's DRIVE PX 2 device planted into an electric-powered car to provide a complete mobility-on-demand system.

Optimus Ride is headed for a fully level 4 automation system for electric vehicle fleets. The company says the system is equipped with AI supercomputer DRIVE PX 2 for automobile supplied by NVIDIA and claim safe, practical and accessible mobility.

DRIVE PX 2 is one of NVIDOA's flagship product that allows many startups like Optimus Ride to accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles. The human-sized, energy-saving module platform with AutoCruise features towards AI supercomputers capable of fully autonomous driving.

The AI system allows the machine learning algorithms to comprehend the environs in real time within a 360 degree radius as the vehicle m…

How GPS navigation system work on your gadget?

Tinuku ~ Formerly sailors navigated based on natural signs such as the positions of stars in sky, while maps must be read manually. It also does not specify where the current position is. In the digital age, the Global Positioning System or GPS makes the navigation process much easier. Live gadget users determine location instantly and accurately.

GPS capability in determining the location is widely applied in various things such as navigation software, sports, ride-sharing, games with augmented reality and others. Advanced GPS technology based on satellite constellation helps the gadget in determining the position on earth.

Military innovation

The origin of GPS navigation systems began in the early days of satellite launch into earth orbit. Scientists then tracked satellite positions by observing radio signal shifts or doppler effects from earth.

In the mid 60's, the US military began conducting navigation experiments using satellites to track the movement of nuclear submarines. T…