Monthly Archives: July 2019

OpenSky app for drone flyers

Alphabet (Google) has released an app called ‘OpenSky’ in Canberra Australia, that will help both commercial and recreational drone flyers announce/know where drones are being flown. Continue reading OpenSky app for drone flyers

Phil Murphy

Phil Murphy the Governor

Phil Murphy does not live up to his progressive ideals.

Mr. Murphy proclaims that he is for equal pay for woman and yet the team he is a part of owner of, Sky Blue FC, does not live up to what Murphy espouses. Per, the women’s soccer team “has been competing on an unlevel playing field for some time now, with reports last year of substandard facilities, including a lack of locker rooms and running water, and the use of portable bathrooms, while players struggled with untenable housing situations, often forced to move from place to place. Continue reading Phil Murphy

Automatic Emergency Braking

Driverless car technology is getting closer and closer, but it is really not ready for public usage. What we now have is lane maintaining and automatic emergency braking (AEB).

What I am going to talk about is the technology that can be found on many mainstream car manufacture’s vehicles, automatic emergency braking systems. Continue reading Automatic Emergency Braking

Today is the Fourth of July

Today is the Fourth of July, the day we officially declared our independence from England.

What are we really celebrating? Well to me the second paragraph from the very document that declared our independence still rings true, this is of course The Declaration of Independence: Continue reading Today is the Fourth of July