The UK's first autonomous bus service – codenamed Project CAVForth – has completed testing without passengers and is now scheduled to run with passengers starting in two or three months time. The route will cover some 14 miles of scenic Scottish ...
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Project CAVForth – UKs first autonomous bus to accept passengers in the summer

The UK's first autonomous bus service - codenamed Project CAVForth - has completed testing without passengers and is now scheduled to run with passengers starting in two or three months time. The route will cover some 14 miles of scenic Scottish countryside near Edinburgh. Well maybe not that scenic, the bus will operate on a Park and Ride route across the Forth Road Bridge delivering 36 passengers to an Edinburgh bus station. continue reading

    


The Ultra Wide AOC AG493UCX Monitor [Review]

This super ultra wide 49-inch monitor is 5120pixels wide. Which really means you have two 2K monitors side by side.
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How to build a DIY home bike generator

With fuel prices rocketing up in price, it's no wonder that many of us are looking for alternatives. Waiting times for a new EV range between six and eighteen months, and there are even reports of price gazumping on certain models. So it's great news to read that Low Tech Magazine has an article on building your own DIY home bike generator. Now the article is a weeny bit tongue in cheek, but there's no question that this sort of thing may develop hugely as we transition to a fossil free world. continue reading

    
 


Solar Brick – solar panels that look like a standard brick wall

Canadian solar company Mitrex has developed a new product called Solar Brick which mimics the effect of a brick wall while delivering traditional solar panel electricity. The clever facade panels can produce 330W per panel and can be used for new builds or retrofits of older buildings. The advantages of being able to add a layer of solar cladding to an older surface opens up a whole new market for building upgrades. continue reading

    
 

Philips MMD 498P9Z – Next level multitasking

People who use computers do it every day: multitasking. It's something difficult, but with the right tools, it might just be fun! continue reading

    
 

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