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Author Topic: GOOD ENOUGH FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES ?  (Read 2267 times)

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Re: GOOD ENOUGH FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES ?
« Reply #1 on: 18. December 2017., 08:51:49 »
Hi @A41202813GMAIL,

This is quite interesting concept of future three wheeler electric car by Sondors car company.

Thanks for the information.  :up:

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Re: GOOD ENOUGH FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES ?
« Reply #2 on: 17. January 2018., 02:28:33 »
Thanks for sharing

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Re: GOOD ENOUGH FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES ?
« Reply #3 on: 30. January 2018., 00:31:42 »
But first, the should introduce properly the electric car to the people. BEcause in other countries, they do not want the electric cars because it will affect the gasoline industry.

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Re: GOOD ENOUGH FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES ?
« Reply #4 on: 19. December 2018., 15:54:08 »
IIoT technology enables mining organisations to collect vast quantities of data about their operations remotely and in real time through internet-connected sensors. This data can then be acted upon and used to improve efficiency on site, ensure a safe environment for miners and monitor the operational status of machinery https://www.hypeanalysis.com/blog/bitmain-officially-announced-the-release-of-two-7-nanometer-miners-s15-and-t15/ The recent modest recovery in mining productivity has been threatened again as demand improves and prices recover, and as a result, the industry is under pressure to focus on methods to improve efficiency. Naturally this falls on the supply chain, and I believe, blockchain and smart contracts will be a key building block to achieve this.

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