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The e-car: Electronics technology applied to sustainable mobility, Part 9
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12/18/2018   1 comment
This blog series is focused on the wealth of possibilities offered by an interaction between the car’s driver and the smart car powered by means of smart electronic systems that are able to detect the physiological status of the driver and take preventive and corrective actions as well to preserve the safety and the comfort of the occupants of the e-car.
The e-car: Electronics technology applied to sustainable mobility, Part 8
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The future of the smart car may include a smart seat able to sense the physiological conditions of the driver and acting to keep the driver and the occupants safe, assisted by a smart system empowered by electronic sensors and a smart interactive electronic system.
Water harvesting from air: Electronics technology extracting water from air.
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12/17/2018   Post a comment
The future development of the Metal Organic Frameworks (MOF) solution for the integration and enhancement of supercapacitors may lead to developing an innovative solution to obtain water from air.




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