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Autonomous Vehicles and Software Architectures
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...Autonomous Vehicles and Software Architecture al Affiliation: Autonomous Vehicles There are a number of challenges associated withintegrating applications in autonomous vehicles. To start with, the greatest challenge is who or what to blame in case an accident occurs. Is it the driver of that care, the software failure or the software manufacturer? This is a challenge since any of the three might be the cause of the accident and assessing the situation would take lots of time. Secondly, there is no system which lack faults. For instance, when a computer application fails when a vehicle is in motion, say in a highway, it is extremely dangerous since the probable result of the system failure... ...
Autonomous intelligent agent topic tracking system
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...autonomous vehicles, proper commands can be given to the vehicle in order to ensure that it stays on course and remain free of any collisions. If an autonomous vehicle is sent out into an environment, the number of sensors that it is equipped with is extremely important. If there are too many sensors, the vehicle will not be able to adequately function and if there are not enough, the informationcollected will be insufficient (Stafylopatis and Blekas, 1996).Within the reinforcement model, the learning classifier system functions through the process of environmental interaction... ?Running Head: Autonomous Intelligent Agent Topic Tracking System Autonomous Intelligent Agent Topic Tracking System The...
Cars without drivers
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...autonomous cars are the IT developers as they will have a wide array of innovations to develop that will complement these vehicles such as advanced cloud systems and sensor systems. ADVANTAGES The major advantage of autonomous cars is the fact that many lives will be saved, and injuries prevented from road accidents. Morgan Stanley research states... Cars without Drivers Cars without Drivers Driverless cars are cars that are robotic and can operate many functions of a car without any human input; often called autonomous cars. These cars use sensors such as GPS, radar and computer vision to navigate by identifying objects like other vehicles, pedestrians, traffic lights and construction signs (Wayner,...
AUTONOMOUS GROUND VEHICLE CONTROL
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...vehicles. It can also be effectively used in manufacturing, underwater and ground explorations and studying the atmosphere. An artificial control device not only reduces damage or risks, but also tries to handle unforseen mishaps in the system. Literature Review Antsaklis et.al[1988] have described architecture and fundamental issues in autonomous control system in various situations. The word "autonomous... Artificial Intelligence An Overview Introduction Artificial Intelligence is called as such because it is used to support systems and processes whenhuman intelligence is absent. Of the manifold applications of artificial intelligence, a very useful one is in the field of aerospace and advanced...
Electric Vehicles
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...vehicle. Although the technology to produce such vehicles dates back to prior to the Second World War, it is only recently that the forces of environmental preservation, global warming, and the rising cost and ultimate limitations to fossil fuels have brought this technology... ? One aspect of the current dynamic which cannot be ignored is that the human race has a growing and exponential demand for energy. This energy is required for purposes of heating and cooling, for purposes of computing, and most importantly, at least with respect to this particular analysis, the process of transportation. Transportation, within the past 200 years has come to be fundamentally redefined. From the era of steam power, ...
How autonomous are we?
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...Autonomous Are We? Table of Contents Introduction 3 Thesis ment 3 Implication of Milgram’s and Zimbardo’s Work on Employee Morale 4 Discussion on Milgram’s Work 4 Discussion on Zimbardo’s Work 5 What It Means To Be A Moral Employee? 6 Conclusion 7 Works Cited 8 Introduction The experiment piloted by Milgram and Zimbardo is recognized as one of the most popular researches in the field of psychology. The experiment of Stanley Milgram occurred during the period of 1960 and 1963 at Yale University. He desired to study about the preparedness of people to follow commands from higher authority in order to perform activities which can be disagreed to one’s personal morality (Nicholson, “Shocking... ?How...
Autonomous Development Essay
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...AUTONOMOUS DEVELOPMENT Task Outline i. The choice of materials (methods and a justification as to their sustainability and build ability) ii. An outline programme for the works identifying critical activities & resource smoothing opportunities iii. Measures for Minimizing Construction Waste, Embodied Energy and Carbon Emissions iv. The Best Procurement Method for the Project Autonomous Development The choice of materials (methods and a justification as to their sustainability and build ability) The incorporation of environmentally friendly techniques in the erection of buildings is an upcoming trend that is difficult to disregard. According to Speigel and...
Taking municipal vehicles home.
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...vehicles home Take-Home Vehicle As Well As Its Overview The issue at hand involves unlawful act of municipal employees of defying the set guidelines that are enacted by the city officials pertaining to use of municipal vehicles. Various municipal council workers have been abusing the opportunity of driving vehicles that belong to their municipality. Municipality’s employees may be privileged to drive municipal vehicles in order to ease their working schedule. Some of these employees drive these vehicles while drunkard, conduct their personal businesses, and even use them beyond the traditionally working time. According to Plaisance, it was recommended that city employees should... The Taking municipal...
Alternative Fuel Vehicles
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...advantage of hydrogen is the high efficiency it gives when used in a fuel cell. Hence, most of the modern day hydrogen vehicles are fuel cell powered and much research effort is being put in to make them economically feasible. Leading car manufacturers like Honda, BMW and General Motors are bringing new designs that are more feasible and economical. Worth mentioning here is Honda’s FCX Clarity. Its marketing has been started on a small scale since June 2008. Compressed Air can also be used to run a car. Compressed air is supplied to the piston... Ever since the birth of first commercially available vehicle in 1886 (Benz Motorwagen), life style of man has been revolutionized....
Action Vehicles: Death Race
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...Vehicles [Type the document sub [Pick the number ial Leader Time Death Race Synopsis Death Race is a stunning action packed film which mainly deploys cars as the main mechanical transportation tool in the movie. Throughout the movie, the viewers get a chance to view cars moving in all the scenes and the main story also revolves around the role of cars. The importance of vehicles and action roles of the cars are so impressive that at times the viewer finds that the vehicles are more attraction-centric than the characters. The plot of the movie mainly focuses on a prison environment where the private contractors are exploiting the prisoners due to their own fame. The owner of the movie... ? Action Vehicles ...
SWAT Weapons and Vehicles
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...vehicles, not much transition has occurred with the aircrafts used, in fact, in most of them are similar to police helicopters. However, with the new releases of the unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAV/drones), more information or intelligence can be gathered... SWAT Weapons and Vehicles al Affiliation One of the special units of a Police Department is the SWAT team. SWAT stands for Special Weapons and Tactics. Since the first SWAT team of LAPD was formed, many more police and security departments in the states formed similar teams, to counter crime that exceeded traditional enforcement units. What is interesting is the SWAT team’s use of advanced weapons and the way they move efficiently to contain a...
De Havilland Vehicles
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...Vehicles plc Hatfield, Herts England Case Study Overview De Havilland Vehicles plc (DHV plc) based in Hatfield, Hertfordshire (UK) is a distributor of motor cars. To respond to the pressures of increasing competition in the automotive sales industry their directors have developed a new business strategy which is: To improve efficiency To reduce overheads To become more responsive to market demands They wish to explore how the introduction of a more coherent and integrated information system and e-Business can help them achieve these new goals. This case study will explore their current circumstances; suggest ideas for e-Business applications and where new... Business report for De Havilland...
Use of solarpanel on vehicles
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...vehicles technology and the advantages and disadvantages associated with it. It reports further discusses the sun as the energy source for running solar cars and how this energy is converted into electric energy. The report as well outlines the effectiveness of the technology as a solution to transport problems and the technology’s future applications. Introduction Solar power is turning out to be more and more common as an alternative source of energy (Whitwam 2014). The use of solar power is rapidly on an increase in many commercial and residential uses including cars. Solar powered... Solar Cars of the Foundation Affiliate Department Summary This report highlights the development of the solar powered...
Environmental Friendly Vehicles
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...vehicle was powered by lead-acid battery therefore the vehicles driver did not necessarily need peddling for its movement. The maximum speed it could attain was 24 kilometers per hour. It never became popular to the media or the market and ended up selling only about 12000 units at 399 each. Development of Sinclair C5 The invention of Sinclair C5 started with a teenage dream of Clive Sinclair. His idea went on over decades without being implemented. It was in 1970 that this idea started as a project by Sinclair Radionics; however the project stalled... Running Head: AN ELECTRIC SCOOTER An Electric Scooter University: Tutor: Date: 345516 ...
Air pollution of vehicles
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...Vehicles: Hybrid-Electric Vehicles and Hydrogen Vehicles s Tutor’s Name Date Two Non-pollutant Technologies to Prevent Air-Pollution of Vehicles: Hybrid-Electric Vehicles and Hydrogen Vehicles Introduction During these days air pollution due to harmful vehicle-exhaust emission is one of the occupying concerns of modern man. Indeed exhaust-emission is “generated by the fuel-air mixture burning in internal combustion engines, both gasoline-powered and diesel-powered” (US Department of Energy). Also the Emissions often contain evaporated fuel produced within “the vehicle when it is stopped, and again during fueling” (US Department of Energy... ? Two Non-pollutant Technologies to Prevent Air-Pollution of...
The future of electric vehicles
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...vehicles The world is currently experiencing the effects of environmental destruction. Human actions have resulted into serious environmental issues. The actions include the high usage of fossil fuels as a source of energy. Burning of fossil fuels leads to the production of green house gases. The increase in green houses gases in the air has caused global warming that trigger other problems such flooding and droughts. One of the factors that contribute to the high demand of fossil fuels is the increase in the amount of vehicles globally. Vehicles that use fossil fuel as a source of energy release exhaust fumes that damage the natural environment. Replacing such vehicles... The future of electric...
Artificial Intelligence techniques used in autonomous car
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...autonomous vehicle, hence it can sense its atmosphere and navigate without requiring human interaction. Though, until now these robotic cars are mostly used as demo systems and prototypes, however it is expected that in the future they will become more common. The working of these robotic cars is similar to artificial neural networks which are used using robotics. In this scenario, these cars use different components such as lidar, radar, computer vision and GPS to sense their environments. After that these sensory information is used... ID # Artificial Intelligence techniques used in Autonomous cars Artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged to be the future in the field of information technology. This...
Autonomous car, also known as a driverless car
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...Autonomous Driverless Cars: Marketing Mix The autonomous driverless car is a phenomenal product. “The design and production of a small number of fully autonomous electric vehicles for local transport as part of fully autonomous fleets is much faster and easier than the design and production of classical cars adapted to the needs of fully autonomous mobility service providers” (Hars, 2014). It is easy and quick to fit the Autonomous Mobility Applique System into most tactical vehicles. The sensors it contains help the cars negotiate obstacles and re-plan...
Classifying Terrain for Ground Vehicles
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...vehicles. Sensory awareness for unmanned ground vehicles navigation often receives increased greater attention from the robotic community. A vehicle that is navigating at a higher speed in off-road environment may not be in a position to react to negative obstacles such as cliffs and large holes. Mobile robots have become an ordinary approach to military and civilian domain in recent years. Unmanned ground vehicles can either be autonomous, remotely controlled or a combination of the control schema (Brooks, Iagnemma and Dubowsky, 2011). The seven classes of terrain traversed through by the ground...
Facing a Strategy Vector: Autonomous Strategic Action
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...Autonomous Strategic Action Summary and Personal Thoughts: Intel’s chipset business hit off during the 1900s. The chipset venture was successful within Intel. However the top management considered the chipset venture to be a strategic support for the micro processor and not another new business opportunity. This article analyzes the development of the chipset within Intel. Tool III, the process model for internal corporate venturing is used to conclude how the autonomous strategy process in the Intel chipset venture actually worked. Key players who were involved in the development of the chipset included Ron Smith and Eric Mentzler responsible for marketing... Running Head: Facing A Strategy Vector:...
Why we should buy American made vehicles over foreign vehicles
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...vehicles to avoid future problems. Japanese cars are made in the US anyway and provide jobs for Americans. It doesnt matter that Japanese cars are made in the United States. Yes, this is a convenient excuse for those of you who bought Japanese but even if the car is made in the US, the profit still leaves the country. And the foreign car manufacturers that do build cars in the US are given enormous advantages in tax concessions and are often outright given the land on which they build their factories. Plus their plants are always in the lower-wage states. These circumstances conspire to allow foreign car manufacturers to produce cars at less cost, even... Why we should buy American made vehicles over...
Developing Autonomous Practice in Mental Health Nursing
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...Autonomous Practice in Mental Health Nursing Table of Contents Introduction 3 Patients Background and History 3 Stress Vulnerability Model 5 Formulation- Provide Formulation and History of Physical, Psychological & Social Needs 8 Psychological Needs 10 Physical Needs 11 Social Needs 11 Identification of Aims & Goals 12 Therapeutic Nursing Intervention 13 Clinical Reviews 15 Therapeutic Efficacy 16 Conclusion 17 References 18 Introduction The essay is based on a case study of a patient, Mrs. N, suffering from paranoid schizophrenia and poly-substance abuse. In the essay, the personal and psychiatric history of the patient would be provided. Furthermore, the present psychological... with...
Active, Spiritual, and Autonomous at 72
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...autonomous at 72 18 July Some people think that old people are sickly and controlling. But Shirley Smith, Filipino American and 72 years old, proved me wrong. I interviewed her on July 8, 2012. She had been a teacher for four decades, and she stressed that “one of the crowning achievements” of her life is seeing her students graduate, and they still remember her as their teacher and friend. Her husband died when she was only 52, and she now stays with her older daughter. She has three grandchildren, ages 11, 7, and 5. Like other older adults, she had regrets, especially those that are connected to her youth, but she does not want to change anything at all in her life. For her... ? Active, spiritual, and...
Developing autonomous practise in mental health nursing
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...Autonomous Practise in Mental Health Nursing In this essay I will exhaustively describe the care dispensed to a service user reflecting upon an experience that I gained from my semester five clinical placement. I will describe the service user’s history and background to date in detail and by applying a therapeutic model of care, formulation of psychological, physical and social needs of the service user will be provided. Subsequently, based on the information acquired from the formulation, I will strive to identify the service user’s goals and therapeutic nursing interventions as well as clinical review will be conducted in order to determine the outcome of the nursing intervention... Developing...
Why Americans should embrace Alternative fuel vehicles?
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...vehicles. Already, by this time, bio-diesel was being manufactured in Europe using rapeseed oil. And by following the same procedure, Soybean oil could also be converted into bio-diesel, which would prove to be a cleaner and eco-friendly energy alternative. (Schmidt, 2007, p.87) Experts and business people have now identified bio-diesel as a key player in the alternative fuels market. It also has the advantage of being produced by both small-scale manufacturers as well as large industries. While bio-diesel cannot completely substitute for petroleum products, it has the capacity to power a wide variety of vehicles. At present 95% of passenger... ? Running Head: ALTERNATIVE FUEL VEHICLES Why Americans...
Vehicles modification workshop (VMW) "Jasim"
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...advantage of accessing more customers. The activities of the business will be in a warehouse which will have a big parking space for vehicles to park. Inside the premise, there will be offices were other employees will be operating apart from the mechanics who will be housed in an in-house garage. The entrance of the premise will be facing the main road in order to be accessible to customers. Before starting this business it is expected that the business will spend 400000 DH to refurbish the internal area of the premises (sample quotation in appendix 4). must have evidence to support the 400000. Must have equations which can go in the Appendix... BUSINESS PLAN VEHICLE MODIFICATION WORKSHOP Submitted by: ...
Self-driving cars
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...autonomous vehicles from 1987 to 1995. In the same decade, Autonomous Land Vehicle (ALV) in the United States employed the new control technologies was developed. A joint project conducted by Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Maryland, Environmental Research Institute of Michigan, Martin Marietta and SRI International achieved the first road demonstrations. The car used computer vision, lidar, and robotic autonomous control for direction at a speed of 31 kilometers per... Self-Driving Cars Self-Driving Cars Background Information Self-driving or robotic cars are automated driverless cars that have thecapability of fulfilling the main transportation expectations just like traditional cars....
Electric vehicles and zero-emission cars.
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...vehicles would follow. Hybrid vehicles held a number of benefits over vehicles that entirely relied on electric power. Perhaps the most predominant of these advantages is that the hybrid vehicle had a portion of energy that ran on petroleum; this eliminated one of the major shortcomings of the entirely electric car, namely that it couldn’t travel long-distances because of energy issues. Today there are over 4 million hybrid cars that have been sold. The technology continues to develop with Volkswagon recently announcing that they would... ? Electric Vehicles and Zero-Emission Cars This research considers electric vehicles and zero-emissions cars. The research demonstrates thatelectric vehicles assumed a...
Electric Powered Vehicles vs. Gasoline Powered
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...advantages and disadvantages, which make the people switch from one car type to another. In this research paper, we will discuss whether we will need to invest in electric cars in future or not. Along with this, we will also take a closer look at the advantages and disadvantages of gasoline cars and electric cars in order to get a better understanding of why we will need to shift to electric cars in future. Features of Electric Cars An electric car is a vehicle that makes use of electric motors and batteries instead of engines used by the gasoline cars. The rechargeable batteries control the main parts of electric cars, which give power to...
Recalls on vehicles at Ford Motor Company
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...vehicle mishaps through recalls also reflects its intention to provide the best and protect its customers from possible hazards. As stakeholders of the company, the growing number of recalls is a warning sign that reflects the company’s lack of strategic focus upon offering up-to-mark vehicles to the customers. Increasing recalls also calls for resource allocation that would otherwise be utilized for new product development or launch, which is significantly less for the Ford Company. All in all, the study is important to give a clear insight regarding the management issues and concerns that have... FORD RECALLS d FORD RECALLS INTRODUCTION Leading companies of today emphasize on the minutest aspect of...
Latest technology in battery for electrical vehicles
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...vehicles are more convenient and efficient due to the numerous advantages that come with them. They are light in weight and thus quick. Besides, electric cars are environment-friendly. They do not pollute environment, unlike other conventional vehicles. Mainly, electric vehicles... Latest Technology in Battery for Electrical Vehicles Latest Technology in Battery for Electrical Vehicles Electric vehicles are relatively fast and quiet with almost zero pollution to the environment. They are, therefore, quick and have a range that allows movement within the cities (Czapnik et al., 2015). These vehicles avoid environmental pollution that is associated with other conventional vehicles, including carbon dioxide ...
Auto Ownership Affected by Automated Vehicles
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...Autonomous driving technology Autonomous vehicle technologies is defined as those technologies that gather information concerning the environment and autonomously make adjustments about driving to alert the driver to take partial control of the vehicle or to drive the car autonomously without any human control. The Impact of Autonomous Vehicle Technology on Operations at Major Public and future speculation On one hand, higher levels of highway capacity and low levels of parking requirements will remove some of the benefits of transit in dense urban environments, but conversely automated vehicles could help to reduce low-volume bus routes, providing great service... to customers and lower...
Why Americans should embrace Alternative fuel vehicles
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...vehicles. Already, by this time, bio-diesel was being manufactured in Europe using rapeseed oil. And by following the same procedure, Soybean oil could also be converted into bio-diesel, which would prove to be a cleaner and eco-friendly energy alternative. (Schmidt, 2007, p.87) Experts and business people have now identified bio-diesel as a key player in the alternative fuels market. It also has the advantage of being produced by both small-scale manufacturers as well as large industries. While bio-diesel cannot completely substitute for petroleum products, it has the capacity to power a wide... Running Head: ALTERNATIVE FUEL VEHICLES Why Americans should embrace Alternative fuel vehicles?...
The Kurdish Struggle to Establish an Autonomous State within Turkey
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...Autonomous within Turkey Kurdistan is an area in the Middle East where the ethno-cultural group known as the Kurds form the majority population. Kurdistan as a geographical area comprises parts on Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Syria (Houston, 2008). Most of these countries (particularly Turkey) have issues with the formation of an autonomous Kurdish region for several reasons which will be discussed within this paper. The Kurds have their own unique culture, language and religious beliefs that set them apart from the general population of the countries in which Kurdistan is currently politically part of, and have been persecuted by these nations throughout history. One... ?The Kurdish Struggle to Establish an...
Women's Clubs as Vehicles for Reform
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...Vehicles for Reform From the beginning of the century, women were not treated as equal beings to man.They were underestimated, abused, limited to attain education and their roles were that of wifehood and motherhood. They were expected to be submissive to their husbands and they were also not allowed to own property. They were only free to own property before marriage and as soon as they were married, their property belonged to the husband. However, in the end of the 19th century women had been given the right to education as well as governance. However, married women in recent years were restricted from using public or community property in Houston Texas. Betty Chapman an author... Womens Clubs as...
Luxury Vehicles Are Exported To China
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...Vehicles Exported To China The price differences for luxury cars between the US and China has led to many individuals buying these luxury cars from auto dealers in the USA and then shipping them to China for a very big profit. This business by US citizens has however been seen as a criminal activity and the government is cramping down on the sellers. The government has treated this as illegal business. However there are no specific laws in the US that define this kind of business as a crime and the people buying these cars and then shipping them to China are not necessary committing any crime (Goldstein para 6). This controversial business opportunity has been caused by...
Tata Motors Acquisition of Dawoo Commercial Vehicles
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...advantage of the situation. One of the prime reasons based on which the acquisition move was finalised had been Daewoo’s operation in the segment of heavy motors. This factor helped Tata Motors to diversify its portfolio of manufactured commercial vehicles. Prior to its link-up, Tata Motors had been engaged in the production of small and medium sized trucks which narrowed down its market of commercial vehicles. However, now it could actually produce heavy trucks as well which could actually help the company to capture larger market share... ?Tata Motors Acquisition of Dawoo Commercial Vehicles Table of Contents Tata Motors Acquisition of Dawoo Commercial Vehicles Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Tata...
Commercial Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
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...Vehicles Your Prof’s Introduction Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) is an aircraftwith no pilot on board. They are either remotely controlled (flown by a pilot on ground) or can fly by themselves according to a pre-programmed flight plan or a more complex dynamic automation systems. The concept of the UAV dates back to the American Civil War when balloons were used to drop explosives on the other side. The Japanese also used the concept during World War II when they launched balloons with explosives with the idea that high altitude winds would carry them to the US. Both ideas failed however, but the concept lived on. In the 1960s, the US started developing drones... ? Commercial Uses of Unmanned Aerial...
The Role of Autonomous Learner in Improving his English Language Proficiency
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...Autonomous Learner in Improving English Language Proficiency ment of Purpose This thesis explores the role of the learner in improving English language autonomously. When a motivated beginning learner is given a base of knowledge about autonomous learning, and trained to be autonomous, with minimal oversight, will the learner master the language? This project suggests a program in which learning the language depends on the learner more than on direct teaching. It is suggested for people who want to learn the English language autonomously at home and do not have time, money, access or the desire to participate in formal courses. This project... ?Dissertation Research Proposal Working The Role of the...
Assessment of the Environmental Impact of Electric Vehicles
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...vehicle, there are certain terms that need to be taken into consideration: a) the size of electric vehicle cannot be extended, as in the case of conventional vehicles. In fact, it has been proved that an electric vehicle can ‘be only of small or medium size’ (Boxwell 2011, p.4). As an example, an electric vehicle cannot be larger than a Ford Focus (Boxwell 2011, p.4); b) the size of batteries used for storing energy in an electric car ‘can be the same with the size of the engine and the gearbox of a conventional car’ (Boxwell 2011, p.4). Also, the weight of these batteries can be also significant, limiting...
Banning the use of mobile phones in motor vehicles.
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...Vehicles to the Australian Government Contents Introduction to Australian Automobile Association……………………………………………..3 Banning the use of mobile phones in motor vehicles……………………………………….…....3 Background……………………………………………………………………………………....3 Analysis of the issue………………………………………………………………………..….…4 Recommendations…………………………………………………………..................................5 Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………………..…6 References…………………………………………………………………………………..……7 Introduction to Australian Automobile Association: The Australian Automobile Association was founded in 1924 with an aim to represent the Australian motorists at national... ? Australian Automobile Association Banning the Use of Mobile Phones In Motor...
Ban driving of gasoline powered vehicles In U.S.
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...Vehicles In U.S. (Revised) English 112 BAN DRIVING OF GASOLINE POWERED VEHICLES IN U.S. “To truly transform our economy, protect our security, and save our planet from the ravages of climate change, we need to ultimately make clean, renewable energy the profitable kind of energy”, says President Obama. For the last forty years, the Presidents of the United States have many times called for a reduction in the dependence of the country to fossil fuels. The consumption patterns of fossil fuels have utterly failed to honor the fact that the fossil fuels happen to be a finite and non-renewable resource (Borowitz, 1999). Stronger efficiency standards and high tax rates... Ban Driving Of Gasoline Powered...
Assessment of the environmental impact of Electric Vehicles
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...Vehicles 541791) Introduction With the increase in consumption of fossil fuels it is but inevitable that this would get depleted in the times to come. Alternate sources of energy that can fuel cars and other vehicles are always on the forefront of innovations. New Hybrid cars have emerged in the market along with the electric cars which run on electricity. (Markel Tony, 2007) These are now also being patronised by traditional car companies that over the years have been designing cars having internal combustion engines. Source: Shim et al, 2009, Electric car-Tesla Roadstar Structure and Layout of the two vehicle systems In an electric engine... the numbers of components is fewer in number and...
The impact of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles on our society
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...Vehicles on Our Society By Introduction Even though the idea of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or also called ‘drone’, is an old one, the effective application of these UAVs has increased considerably since the 1990s (Hasik 2008, 9). Restricted to military activities beforehand, navigation of civilian airspace is being reflected on. Highly developed processes for merging different technologies into a system have enormous advantages, but also massive damaging impacts if mishandled or wrongly exploited (Valavanis, Oh, & Piegl 2009, 18). The possibilities of building systems that openly endanger societies all over the world are at least as huge as the possibility... ? The Impact of Unmanned Aerial...
Unmanned aerial vehicles future use from conventional airports
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...vehicles future use from conventional airports First Introduction Over the past few years, the use of unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs also known as drones has developed in great leaps and bounds, especially since the Iraq and Afghanistan wars where the level of danger to the deployment of US ground forces has made their use the best and safest course of action. A lot of research has also been made not only to look at increased use of these machines in the military but also possible applications in civilian and commercial aviation. These possible developments have been held back due to various technical, social and legal issues that need to be resolved before the use of UAVs can... ? Unmanned aerial...
Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript
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...Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript Introduction: JavaScript is a dynamic form of computer language which is used in the purpose of programming. JavaScript has emerged as a leading language that has been used frequently because of its feasibility to target audience. JavaScript had reached a new level of popularity after its adoption from Microsoft as a diverse language for scripting on client side. Due to increment in programming presently, deeper effects of JavaScript has been highlighted regarding its advantages and disadvantages (Quigley, 2004, p. 1). Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript: In order to enhance the aspect of functions performed by any website, JavaScript is hugely...
Advantages and dis-advantages of IPS/IDS
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of IPS/IDS Introduction: IDS or Intrusion Detection System is a system that enables detection of wrong, erroneous, or abnormal activity. It is generally used to detect whether a computer system has been intruded in any unauthorized manner or not. An IPS or Intrusion Prevention System is enables dynamically dropping data packets or cut off unauthorized connections. The present study focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of IPS/IDS. Advantages of Using an Integrated CISCO IPS/IDS Solution: Although snort performs detection and prevention of abnormal activities within a system, yet the benefits of Cisco...
Advantages of E-commerce
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...Advantages of E-commerce Conducting business in the 21st century requires numerous things that include innovation and creativity. This is because modern consumers are demanding and satisfying is the most important step in increasing both sales and profits (Manzoor, 2010). As this paper will demonstrate, e-commerce remains the most viable option because it is cheaper and also eases communication for its customers. Electronic commerce or E-commerce is an effective way of conducting business because it involves the use of electronic media to sell goods and services. It is often manifested in online platforms where customers can click the desired goods and services for...
Supply Chain/ Operations Management of AEV (American Emergency Vehicles)
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...Vehicles Introduction The main purpose of supply chain is to see to it that customers efficiently get a response; the response should be quick and precise. When it comes to emergencies the most important aspect of management is response above all else; the time from which the emergency is reported and the time at which an ambulance (emergency vehicle) arrives is of essence (US Fire Administration, 2009). It is important to note that the preparation for an effective response plan is usually involving especially where the vehicles are concerned; these vehicles have to be in good shape and quick to respond. This paper will hence answer... the questions in light of the management of these...
Are UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) the Future of Our Military?
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...vehicles vs. manned air vehicles has been raging on for a long time now, and it has gotten really hot after the US Air Force published the Unmanned Aerial Systems Flight Plan 2009-2047. Technologists and debaters have kept on discussing whether UAVs are the way to go in the future or not, but whatever their conclusion might have been, the US Air Force has come out to close... UAVs and The Future of Our Military [You can change the of [Enter [Enter Introduction: Warfare by remote – that is the message technology is giving to us. It is the dawn of an era where machines will be war heroes and however absurd or unexciting that may seem, it is for the better good of our country. The debate on unmanned aerial v...
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