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Member Since: Fri, 31st Oct 2008

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 308
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 3

Last Posted: 21 Jul '14


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21 Jul '14


Can't see how in-car electro cardiogram (ECG) sensor systems built into special seats can be a viable solution to combat sleepy drivers that cause a whopping 20% of accidents on major roads, accidents more likely than any other to result in a fatality or serious injury.Apart from the problems with lag and cost, the drivers clothes would also need to be controlled, which should make it a non starter for most commercial applications other than aircraft, which is not the market it is aimed at!

Eye tracking solutions seem far superior IMO and can be incorporated into a modern vehicles advanced control system, to activate forward looking or reversing sensors, and support lane departure systems, which would SEE when you want to change lanes or SEE through a boot or bonnet, and activate CCTV, to aid maneuvering.

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21 Jul '14


Seems like an interesting development. It may not be compeating with Seeing, but shows the potential for further applications: http://www.techradar.com/news/software/the-eye-is-now-the-window-to-the-high-tech-world-thanks-to-umoove-1258092 ...Umoove plans to unveil new eye-tracking technology in the next few months that will use the existing camera in your phone or tablet.

Several companies are already requesting the SDK, ranging from large corporations to small indie developers targeting diverse products, such as games, advertising, mobile OEMs and children's apps.
17 Jul '14


Nice quote from Su Hoon Park, CEO of Daniel Inc., said: "AFC Energy will be an important partner for us as we aim to proliferate the fuel cell system in Korea. Upon successful implementation of the 1 and 3MW phase projects, there will be follow up ventures which will be the main ones in our planned portfolio and we are confident to say that AFC's role would grow along with our expansion."

Just topped up my ISA with AFC, at an average of 32p. I am happy with this revenue model, similar to RR, who make more money selling maintenance than they do on the original sale!

GLA
26 Nov '13


Currently CYAN need to develop products to suit local markets, but once rolled out and proven in one major market, ie India, other markets are likely to open up and accept a common standard - accelerating roll-out accross markets.

This is now happening in other related areas just reported on UBI board: In a further boost to Ubisense's presence in Asia, the company is pleased to note forthcoming changes to Japanese radio regulations which will allow use of its products in the Japanese market from 2014. The changes follow significant investment in product development and engagement with the Japanese regulatory body (MIC).
25 Nov '13


MNM, the two big risks mentioned in the Allenby report are: 1, being taken out by a large competitor (siemens /GE to reduce comp' and add to their IP or a conventional meter maker to add capability)

2, running out of money before commercial success (deferred rollout)

when you add in the uncertainty of being a trailblazer of new tecnology and the markets that CYAN oporate in (AIM & Emerging) the risks are high. But at these prices the rewards are so much higher IMO


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