Energy from footstep will become the next big thing in renewables, a British firm says as it launches a crowd-funding campaign to make energy-generating floors as common as solar panels.
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The IET brought together leading experts from across the information and communications sector, and the building services industries, for a thought leadership summit on data in the smart built environment. This review highlights the current thinking, future opportunities, and key priorities in this fast-developing area.
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18 May 2015
Contrary to Nazi propaganda and despite some brilliant engineering, Hitler's 6000km 'Atlantic Wall' of coastal fortifications proved fairly ineffective from a strategic point of view. Seventy years after VE day, we visit some of the Wall's remaining sites in France.
20 April 2015
Widely recognised as one of Scotland's defining landmarks, this Victorian engineering icon was the world's longest single cantilever construction when it was built 125 years ago.
20 April 2015
The European Union is keen to measure the energy efficiency of the power systems inside data centres. Is it looking at the right things?
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