It’s summer getaway season. According to AAA, two-thirds of American families are taking a summer vacation this year, and more than half of us are planning a road trip. But is the traffic-related air pollution caused by our road trips,…
Researchers at Purdue University and Stanford University believe they have found a novel laser light sensing technology that is more robust and less expensive than currently available, with a wide range of uses, including a way to guide fully autonomous vehicles.
The Food Safety Modernization Act, or FSMA, is a set of regulations designed to improve food safety. First introduced in 2011, President Obama put the Food Safety Modernization Act into effect to help prevent illness and disease spread through food.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is playing a growing role in various aspects of commercial flight, ranging from engine data collection to passenger entertainment. Less than 10 percent of aircraft had connectivity of any sort 15 years ago, but by…
Breakthrough technology has made the bizarre concept of driverless freight (self-driving trucks) a thing of the past, and tech geeks and urbanists have actually been able to overcome this once seemingly insurmountable feat.
Hidden in the trees, an old green train is sitting quietly on the new campus of Sihe Art School. This retired train, under its tattered surface, is actually the new dormitory for high school students of Sihe Art school.
Volvo has come up with a completely new concept for baby seats. As long as you have the money to buy the 2016 XC90 “Excellence” edition, which is an extended legroom version of its usually 7-passenger XC90 SUV.
A new way of transport will be available for delivery from the second half of 2016. It won’t come cheap though, at around US$200,000 plus customization. The Jetpack will be targeting commercial environments that are responsible for saving human lives.
The inventor of the AeroMobil 3.0 prototype, Štefan Klein, ran into some car problems during a test flight over Slovakia, and when you’re flying, it’s a bit hard for roadside assistance to help.
Impressed by a Londoner who ran to the next station faster than an underground train, this guy decided to race the Tsuen Wan Line from Mong Kok to Prince Edward in Hong Kong.