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SpyNet Laser Trip Wire a Laser Based Security System

SpyNet Laser Trip Wire a Laser Based Security System

Spynet Laser Trip Wire was a laser based security system, it will protect your precious stuff with a laser wire. :D it's like a personal advanced security system on your house. This cool hi-tech stuff SpyNet Laser Trip wire was based from many security system that used in many movies. it will protect the precious things with a laser wire. and when someone come across the laser then the alarm will ring.

Laser Trip Wire from SpyNet have the same function where we can protect something from annonymous with existing laser technology. In the purchase package of this SpyNet Laser Trip you will get 1 piece of laser units ( transceiver ), 2 pieces of glass to reflect the laser beam and one receiver who also serves as an alarm.

Simply point the laser beam in accordance with the desired and if there is someone passing by and decide the laser beam then alarm will ring. isn't it really cool technology? You can buy this SpyNet Laser Trip Wire Security system for about $ 39.99

World's First Super Bus a Breakthrough in Mass Transportation

World's First Super Bus a Breakthrough in Mass Transportation

This is the World's first superbus ever. this cool looking bus could reach top speed of 155mph (250kmh)!!. It's really an amazing speed for a mass public transportation. this super bus was crafted with state-of-the-art materials which seats 23 passengers. This cool shaped bus will travel from Dubai to Abu Dhabi. If we look closer to their shape i can say it's more like a limousine than a bus. but it still a cool breakthrough in mass public transportation.

This Superbus was Developed in Holland by an astronaut and a former Formula One aerodynamics expert, the midnight-blue, electric-powered vehicle costs £7million and was flown to the United Arab Emirates where it will be used by a sheikh.

The hi-tech bus means he will be able to complete the 75-mile commute from Dubai to neighbouring Abu Dhabi in under 30 minutes. Made of lightweight materials including aluminium, carbon fibre, fibreglass and polycarbonate, it is 49ft long (15 metres), 8ft wide (2.5 metres) and 5ft 5in high (1.65 metres).

Passengers will be able to enjoy comfort equal to that of a luxury limousine or private jet. The super bus has eight gullwing-style doors on each side to allow for a swift exit. It has been developed at the Delft University of Technology in Holland under the direction of Professor Wubbo Ockels who in 1985 became the first Dutchman in space when he was part of the team on board the space shuttle Challenger.

The project was backed by the Dutch government, American chemicals company Dow and the Saudi conglomerate Sabic. The first commercial interest came from the UAE where the super bus was flown in a jumbo jet.

It was tested for the first time on ordinary roads around Abu Dhabi Airport, its batteries fired up by solar power. The wealthy owner of the super bus plans to travel on normal roads and at normal speeds in the region while it picks up passengers in either Abu Dhabi or Dubai.

However once it leaves the city, the vehicle is able to switch to a dedicated concrete track which runs parallel to the motorway and accelerate to a cruising speed of around 150mph. As it approaches its destination, it would once again slow to rejoin the ordinary road network.

Project designer Antonia Terzi, former chief aerodynamics expert at the BMW Williams Formula One team, made the first test drive in Abu Dhabi. She said it drove 'just like a car', thanks to two sets of manoeuvrable rear wheels which helps it around corners. If the super bus went into service, there would be no set routes or schedules.

Ms Terzi said: 'Commuters would book online or with their mobile phone and one of a fleet of buses would pick them up and drop them wherever they wanted.'

Abu Dhabi ’s traffic police chief Brigadier General Hussein al Harethi said: 'Electrically-powered vehicles like this would not only alleviate traffic congestion but reduce air pollution. Electric vehicles are the transportation methods of today and we want to see more of them.'

Dubai Roads and Transport Authority director Peyman Younes Parham added: 'It’s a brilliant idea. It’s not something we could use as a public transportation vehicle but it would be a great driver for executive commuting and for tourism.'

Source : Daily Mail


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