Indian startup BattRE officially launched its newest electric scooter which is named after the company itself.

Indian startup BattRE officially launched its newest electric scooter which is named after the company itself. The Jaipur-based company has equipped the e-scooter with a lot of techs to bring it at par with the ongoing competition. The BattRE, as it is called, has a full LED light setup including a headlamp, tail lamp and turn indicators. It also gets a digital LCD instrument console, USB charger, keyless entry, Anti-theft alarm, disc lock and even supports reverse assist technology. It has certain distinguishing features such as its apron-mounted round headlamp, a flyscreen covering the LCD display, motorcycle-like handlebars, an ergonomically designed grab rail and integrated turn indicators in the tail lamp. The scooter is powered by a 250W BLDC motor which gives it a top speed of 25 km/h. It has a range of 90 km due to a 48V 30Ah lithium-ion battery, weighing 12 kg. That, coupled with all accessories, gives the BattRE a kerb weight of just 74 kg. This makes it one of the lightest electric scooters in India. Gun Lock Setting Sail podcast | Angels should mitigate risk by investing in multiple startups, geographies: Padmaja Ruparel Copyright © e-Eighteen.com Ltd. All rights res...

Wexner’s Two Shoes Ranch opposition to Carbondale-to-Crested Butte trail brings scrutiny

The Pitkin County Commissioners are holding a public meeting Wednesday to review the final plan for the proposed Carbondale-to-Crested Butte Trail section in the Crystal Valley. The Wexner family’s Two Shoes Ranch has played a key role over the past year trying to influence the Pitkin County commissioners’ vote on the proposed Carbondale-to-Crested Butte Trail. That has opened another can of worms in a debate that already is pitting neighbors against one another. A key meeting on the trail will be held in Carbondale on Wednesday. Ranch officials contend they are genuinely concerned about how construction of a trail in the Crystal Valley floor could spur exploration of untrammeled backcountry areas and creation of illegal, “bandit” trails into valuable wildlife habitat. Ranch manager Ian Carney, who was educated as a wildlife biologist and worked in the field for a time, has undertaken numerous wildlife-enhancement initiatives. The ranch is working with Yale University, for example, on using soil for carbon sequestration. “I don’t think there’s another ranch in the valley that has a wildlife biologist as manager,” Gideon Kaufman, an attorney for the Wexners and Two Shoes Ranch, s...

LEDs are rapidly taking over the world of lighting. Thanks goodness. Amazingly efficient, they are especially

LEDs are rapidly taking over the world of lighting. Thanks goodness. Amazingly efficient, they are especially suited to portable applications. And that brings us to Ledlenser, which dominates the quality end of the flashlight market. Here we’re looking at the Ledlenser MH11, a smart headlamp. A headlamp is a portable, battery-powered torch designed to be worn on your head. It allows you to work or walk in the dark, while leaving your hands free. The Ledlenser take on that basic scheme adds the following: The body of the headlamp is fairly wide – around 90mm – and moderately deep at 60mm from the forehead rest to the front of the lens housing. That might suggest a tendency to tug down and forwards, but that proved not to be the case. Wide elastics traps – 26mm wide – hold the assembly on your head. I liked the material. It was soft on my skin and held everything firmly, without ever feeling uncomfortably tight. The weight is back-loaded, with the battery near the rear. The forehead plate has a soft rubbery ring around it. At nearly 70mm by 50mm, it spreads the load well. The Lenlenser MH11 body can swivel up and down freely within that, but again is tight enough not to droop. It...

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YPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”> Bob Krasner’s photo that ran in The Villager in early September of police and Medical Examiner officials investigating the scene on E. 12th St. on Aug. 31, where a man was found dead in a parked car. The photo — along with comments by local police that The Villager reported — inspired a New York Times reporter to poke around, leading to him uncovering the sad story of an unemployed suburban actor/tech executive whose life had spiraled down into despair. Photo by Bob Krasner No credit where it’s due: Credit to ace reporter New York Times reporter Michael Wilson for a lot of good work in sleuthing out the story behind The Villager’s report last month of an unidentified man found dead in a car parked on E. 12th St. between Avenues A and B at the end of August. But don’t credit the Gray Lady for giving The Villager credit for first reporting it — because it didn’t! Yes, The Times did provide a link in its online version directing back to our coverage, so definitely thanks for that: Several thousand more people came to thevillag...

In the wake of the US Department of Commerce’s pronouncements on Huawei, the company has sought

In the wake of the US Department of Commerce’s pronouncements on Huawei, the company has sought to project confidence. In public, Huawei said that it long been planning for the day when the US would limit its access to western technology by stockpiling chips and developing “spare tire” parts in house, and that its reserves will mitigate restrictions. This claim is disputed by an anonymous author claiming to be a former high level Huawei research division employee. A short article published May 24, condensed below, was pulled from WeChat shortly after going viral, but lives on the pages of less scrupulous Chinese websites. TechNode has not been able to verify where the piece was first published. The repost linked below credits Fuza Yanjiusuo (Complexity Research Institute), a WeChat public account with only three articles currently available. There are several departments that specialize in “spare tires.” For example, though Huawei is using Android, it is also developing a mobile OS. [At first] I didn’t understand why. Being big just for the sake of it isn’t that efficient. Modern technology is a product of companies’ specialization of labor…colleagues in these ‘spare tire’ depar...

Automotive Adhesive Tapes Market: Size, Share, Growth, Applications, Trends and Forecast 2019 to 2025

The report covers the global automotive adhesive tapes market data in terms of volume (million square meters) and revenue (USD million) along with the current & upcoming development scenario, competitive landscape and growth prospects in the coming years. The report also lists downs the segments which hold the majority of the automotive adhesive tape market share in key geographies. The adhesives tapes market report also covers a detailed analysis of overall tapes market globally as well as company profiles of leading manufacturers. Request sample copy of Automotive Adhesive Tapes Market at: https://www.adroitmarketresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/520 The global automotive adhesive tapes market size is projected to reach USD 12.37 billion by 2025, driven by the surging growth of the automotive sector in developing economies. Also, the demand for lightweight vehicles has led to the rapid adoption of adhesive tapes as an alternative to mechanical fasteners, in turn, driving the growth of the global automotive adhesive tapes market. Miniaturization and weight reduction of vehicles is the latest trend being followed by the automobile sector, globally. Adhesives have found ex...

Global Aluminium Composite Panels Market 2017-2022 : World Consumption and Sales Analysis Market Report

The Global Aluminium Composite Panels Market Research Report penetrates past, present and forecast of Aluminium Composite Panels market insights to highlight growth potential. This study incorporates a portfolio approach that leads to estimates of Aluminium Composite Panels market size. This research will help all market participants to analyze growth opportunities, sales estimates and global Aluminium Composite Panels industry competition. Historical current Aluminium Composite Panels industry estimates are based on paid data and industry expert opinions. Regional segments of the Aluminium Composite Panels industry include North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America. The statistical evaluation of the Global Aluminium Composite Panels Industry provides market assessments based on capacity, demand, supply and production. It also calculates sales, gross profit analysis, return on investment, feasibility and growth rate. Product pricing, raw material costs, labor costs, downstream consumers and upstream buyers are analyzed. This report is categorized by product type, application and best Aluminium Composite Panels production area. The data in the r...

Business Outline of Cam Locks Market and Investment Breakdown, Insights, Scope, Forecast By 2024

A comprehensive analysis of the Cam Locks Market including market sizing, market share by competitor, market share by distribution channel, drivers, restraints, product pricing trends, industry quotations, company profiles and market forecasts to 2024 for global market. Access Global Cam Locks Market Research Report Details at: at https://www.pioneerreports.com/report/301408    The market estimations in this report are based on the marketed sale price of Cam Locks. The percentage splits, market shares, and breakdowns of the product segments are derived on the basis of weightages assigned to each of the segments on the basis of their utilization rate and average sale price. The regional splits of the overall Cam Locks market and its sub-segments are based on the percentage adoption or utilization of the given product in the respective region or country. Major players in the market are identified through secondary research and their market revenues determined through primary and secondary research. Secondary research included the research of the annual and financial reports of the top manufacturers; whereas, primary research included extensive interviews of key opinion leaders and...

A few months ago, [Matt] realized he needed another battery for his Thinkpad X230T. The original

A few months ago, [Matt] realized he needed another battery for his Thinkpad X230T. The original battery would barely last 10 minutes, and he wanted a battery that would last an entire plane flight. When his new battery arrived, he installed it only to find a disturbing message displayed during startup: “The system does not support batteries that are not genuine Lenovo-made or authorized.” The battery was chipped, and now [Matt] had to figure out a way around this. Most recent laptop batteries have an integrated controller that implements the Smart Battery Specification (SBS) over the SMBus, an I2C-like protocol with data and clock pins right on the battery connector. After connecting a USBee logic analyser to the relevant pins, [Matt] found the battery didn’t report itself correctly to the Thinkpad’s battery controller. With the problem clearly defined, [Matt] had a few options open to him. The first was opening both batteries, and replacing the cells in the old (genuine) battery with the cells in the newer (not genuine) battery. If you’ve ever taken apart a laptop battery, you’ll know this is the worst choice. There are fiddly bits of plastic and glue, and if you’re lucky enou...

Launched in Brooklyn in 1934, coffee roaster Barrie House Coffee & Tea now occupies a 90,000-sq

Launched in Brooklyn in 1934, coffee roaster Barrie House Coffee & Tea now occupies a 90,000-sq ft plant in Elmsford, NY, about 27 miles north of New York City. The third and fourth generation members of the Goldstein family who now own and operate the firm are about as advanced as anyone on the planet when it comes to one particular aspect of their full-line coffee and tea business: filling, inspecting, date coding, cartoning, case packing, and palletizing of single-serve coffee capsules. The lineup of automated machinery they’ve assembled is quite remarkable, which we’ll see in a minute. But equally impressive is the Barrie House coffee capsule itself, that little container of ground coffee that goes into a Keurig Machine to produce a single serving of coffee. Its supplier is considered proprietary for the time being. But it’s thermoformed from a coextrusion of PP/EVOH/PP. That makes it notably different from the polystyrene K-Cup popularized by Keurig Green Mountain, which is the largest producer in the K-Cup category and, technically at least, the owner of the trademarked K-Cup® term. Keurig’s patent covering the design of K-Cups expired in 2012, at which point...

Review: Tom Jones at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, SW3 | Times2

★★★★★Tom Jones always suits a lavish location, but in the spectacular setting of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, he showed that he could simultaneously entertain and soundtrack fights fuelled by lashings of champagne and filmed by delighted Chelsea pensioners crammed on to their balconies. At the first of two concerts held in the immaculate grounds of the grade II listed retirement home, it was the fifth song of a set as well-oiled as the audience that started the trouble. Jones’s accordion-accompanied cover of the traditional folk song Raise a Ruckus Tonight lived up to its title by being so dancey that some of the crowd got out of their seats and headed down the aisles. Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access. Bellow Covers, Telescopic Steel Covers, Apron Covers, Roll-up Aprons – Hofen,https://www.shhofen.com/

The Cat-and-Mouse Game of Crypto Regulation Enters a New Phase

Michael J. Casey is the chairman of CoinDesk’s advisory board and a senior advisor for blockchain research at MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative. In the relentless cat-and-mouse game between regulators and cryptocurrency developers, the cats are about to add some serious firepower – this time in the form of a global alliance. But if you think the intergovernmental Financial Action Task Force’s forthcoming know-your-customer (KYC) compliance standards spell the end for the mice, think again. If anything, the FATF’s move, expected to be released next month, will drive developers to accelerate work on non-custodial exchanges and other tools that will make it easier for end-users to transact directly outside of regulated intermediaries. As CoinDesk managing editor Marc Hochstein explained last week , the new rules are likely to require exchanges and other custodial entities that take custody of their customers’ cryptocurrency to obtain identifying information about both parties before allowing a transaction over their platforms. Functioning much like the FATF’s “travel rule” for correspondent banks, the new regulatory approach would be backed by the task force member institutions’ un...

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