Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. and train manufacturer Alstom have completed a trial of 4G LTE multi-services based on Communications-based Train Control (CBTC), a railway signaling system based on wireless ground-to-train communication. The trial was carried on the railway network in the Valenciennes area of France.
A UK firm has acquired the rights to two "energy harvesting" technologies that enable mobiles devices to be powered by human movement, according to a report in the Daily Telegraph. Tekcapital, based in Oxford, bought the rights to the two technologies from the University of Michigan and the Georgia Institute of Technology respectively.
Kruz, User Rank: Light Sabre 6/30/2015 | 3:26:32 AM
Needed Charging batteries by human movement is a well needed innovation. Smartphones have quickly evolved in the last years but no developements were seen in relation to battery(other than Samsung investing in battery R&D and its promise to provide a new technology).
The acquisition offer needs to be accepted by shareholders representing "more than 90% of the total shares of Transmode," according to Infinera's original statement, so you can see why they created another option. There earlier had been reports the deal could close a little later than first expected.