Drones, which are Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), are used in many industries, due to capital investments and the relaxing of government rules regarding their use. They are being used by farmers worldwide for increasing food productivity. Drones are also used by savvy environmentalists to benefit the environment. They are used for surveillance and monitoring, to protect wildlife and so on. Here are some uses of drones to help sustain agriculture and environment:
Green Technology Guide
Technology is touching our lives in the unique ways, which in turn is going to be beneficial for us in various aspects. Today, technology has virtually hit every industry in the market. The fact that our homes have become smarter, the chances of better health care services are becoming more significant through 3-D Printing and other such useful innovations. Now it looks like technology has also strengthened its roots in the agricultural industry.
Technology has made the lives of a household very easy, however, at a very expensive cost. Especially when it comes to heating and cooling water, it takes a lot of energy which could increase your electricity bill, but worse, it affects our environment dearly. Not only the water, we have invented several technologies that may provide us leisure, but offers a bad impact on nature on a daily basis. But with increasing awareness and responsibility towards the environment, we have also invented many home technologies that are ecofriendly in nature and still provide the same comfort one could ever ask for. Thus, we have gathered, some of the best and ecofriendly home technologies that you can install at your home to prevent our environment from extreme harm without compromising with your leisure.
You’d never guess that the simple science experiment you conducted in school could one day become the basis of a technology to generate green energy. Move over solar, wind and hydropower – osmosis is here. By definition, osmosis is the process in which molecules of a solvent of lower concentration tends to pass to a higher concentration through a semi-permeable membrane. Scientists have been researching on this natural phenomenon and have been successful in using it as a powerful source of renewable energy.
It seems depending upon renewable energy sources is the best we all can do to save our planet from the devastating effects of climate change. Fortunately, scientists and creative thinkers worldwide are coming up with ultimate energy breakthroughs that are adept at contributing to the noble cause mentioned above. Here is a rundown on some of the latest and astonishing energy breakthroughs.
We keep adding newer technologies to our homes in order to make our lives convenient. Owing to the technological advancements, today we have so many technologies at our disposal that not only are capable of making our lives convenient but also to make our homes smart in terms of energy efficiency. Here are such technologies you should make a part of your home because they truly can help you make your home sustainable:
Every year massive amount of used batteries are added to the landfill sites across the globe, which continue polluting environment, as their recycle rate is less and they are not biodegradable. However, researchers worldwide are trying hard to come up with eco-friendly battery innovations to help us all sustain the environment. Following are some of the latest and most impressive innovations in this field:
Solar panels have been around for quite some time now. Talk about solar panels and the first images you get in your mind are rows upon rows of flat solar panels arranged in an area that receives plenty of sunshine the year around. However, recent developments in the field have given rise to a new form of solar panels that deviate drastically from their flat counterparts by taking on myriad shapes and sizes. Take a look at some of these developments that could literally change the way solar panels will be viewed in the near future.
Here is this article we have brought for you all the latest and the most exciting green technologies unveiled in the year 2015. As of now, green technology has helped a lot to make this planet a better place to live, and we hope these latest gadgets and technologies help to make the planet even better.
If you think you are the only one who hates the cold, think again. Studies have revealed that electric cars tend to hate winters just like people do. These vehicles tend to perform with comparatively less efficiency in cold regions owing to reduced battery capacity. Cold batteries have lesser electrical capacity, meaning they can pump power for lesser periods.