Sad to have missed the EEVC conference (click-thru on the image).
That’s a frighteningly impressive lot of partners and organisations who are part and parcel of the whole event.
I just wish there was any sort of legislative attempt to adopt these types of vehicles in Northern Ireland.
A LinkedIn conversation: http://lnkd.in/bynwF7S
For more personal and leisurely travels, helium balloons with solar arrays and electric propulsion and attitude adjustment would seem obvious.
I’d like to see the skies filled with vacationing aerial nomads.
Personally I’d love to see more LTA craft out there. I’m a fan of sailing and a personal dirigible appeals to that sense of “We’ll get there, eventually”
In fact, that’s the advertising campaign – An unfeasibly attractive couple and their 2.4 kids lounges on a sunbathing platform. Looks like they’re on a cruise ship. Camera pans up and out and they’re 1000 ft up, where the air is clear, sparkling seas beneath them.
We’ll get you there. Eventually.
Regarding the Elon Musk Gigafactories: via Bloomberg
The facility will also churn out stationary battery packs that can be paired with rooftop solar panels to store power.
It’s becoming easier and easier to be self-sufficient and go green while still maintaining a semblance of current lifestyle and luxury.
I don’t find just Tony Seba believable, I find his conclusions inevitable. While I am sceptical on driverless cars, it’s because of human nature not because of doubts about the technology.
When you add the variables of the efficiency of electric motors, the possibilities of software for improving how we drive and the virtually endless resources of renewable energies, the result is plain.
This is why I’m starting a new thing. This.