Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 23 February 2018
Taavi Madiberk, CEO and Co-Founder of Skeleton technologies, was speaking and debating yesterday at the EU Industry day in Brussels on the EU Commission's strategic approach to industrial policy and actions in regards to developing industrial competitivess of the EU market.
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 21 February 2018
...And here is how! The e-commerce industry has been growing at an incredible pace since its beginnings in the late 90s, and the demand for internet sold goods is still on the rise. This, in turn, requires faster and smarter solutions for manufacturing and warehousing management as the competition is fierce with emerging economies taking more and more...
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 14 February 2018
Range anxiety is perceived as the biggest issue for people who do not own an EV (Electric Vehicle), but during the practical use of an EV, this is managed using range prediction estimators.
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 07 February 2018
The idea of the railway started in about 600 BC during Greek and Roman times as ship dock ways, and the rails were simply grooves in limestone.
In the 16th century, railways appeared also in German and Austrian mines as they became the smartest way to transport large stone blocks. During the 18th century, before the steam industrial revolution, the...
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 31 January 2018
Revolutionary ideas often start in a shed, or at the pub, and things get going.
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 24 January 2018
Improvement potential, limitations of the technology, these are things we face all the time. How do we know the research being done still makes sense? is there a way to find out how much a process, a technology, a concept, a technical solution can improve?
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 18 January 2018
Working at sea... It is always dangerous and requires experience and caution. Offshore activities, and often onshore activities, have to be carried out no matter how bad the weather can be.
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 04 January 2018
Just as the steam-powered industrial revolution forever changed the world more than 200 years ago, electrification of the biggest industries will have just as huge an impact on the world of today and the decades to come.