Innovative digest of events

Innovative digest of events

12 January 2020 12672

As in the past year, we regularly help you to follow innovative developments in the field of transport, ecology and technology. Look for the most interesting in our selection.

  1. A motion-capture system for animals, created on the basis of artificial intelligence, will help in the development of drugs and salvation of the environment. Look for details on the link.
  2. "Tesla's nightmare": where did the company Rivian come from? Why do they really have all the chances to get out in the lead? Read the review on the site. (in Russian)
  3. The Ministry of environment in India has proposed a scheme by which infrastructure projects involving acquisition of forest land can compensate for the loss of forests by purchasing ready-made plantations. However, the idea is considered controversial. Read more in the article at the link.
  4. In late December, activists resumed #RethinkHS2 campaign against the new high-speed line in the UK. What don’t they like in the development of railway transport? Read the material. (in Russian)
  5. The future of unmanned transport: what is reality and what is myth? And when will they finally go? Look for the answer in the material. (in Russian)
  6. In France, they plan to spend several billion euros on the modernization of small and rural railway lines. Opinion of the Junior Minister of transport is in the article.
  7. In Manhattan, it was recognized that LaGuardia AirTrain, a project by Governor Andrew Cuomo, does not make any sense. This is a surface rail route that was supposed to connect the airport in Queens and New York. What is its fate now? Read the link.
  8. What devices will change our lives in 2020? Forbes has studied what experts expect from one of the world's most influential gadget exhibitions. Details are on the link. (in Russian)
  9. What are the threats of mobile pollution sources to people, and how did they come up in tackling them in China? Look for the answer in the survey.
  10. Telegram reported about the TON platform and the Gram cryptocurrency: the company will not control projects and will open their code. More details are in the article. (in Russian)
Christopher Schuster
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12 January 2020
Wen interessiert das? Mich interessieren ausschließlich news von skyway und ich denke da bin ich nicht der einzige!!!

Ich bin ein großer Fan und unterstützter von SkyWay, aber.....

Was hat das bitte mit SkyWay zutun??

Aleksey Golodnyak
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13 January 2020
Ihr Recht, keine Nachrichten zu lesen, die Sie nicht interessieren. Ich denke, dass fast alles, was auf der Welt passiert und insbesondere was auf dem Gebiet der Ökologie und des Transports passiert, unser Unternehmen betrifft.
Ваше право не читать новости, которые вас не интересуют. Я думаю что нашей компании касается почти все, что происходит в мире и, тем более то, что происходит в сфере экологии и транспорта.

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