LED light bars for cars

Make Your Car More Stylish With LED Light Bars

LED light bars are car accessories that are not only stylish but also highly useful. A light-emitting diode or LED is a semiconductor diode that produces electroluminescence (light) when electricity is applied to it. The LED Light illuminates well and has a high light intensity to help you cruise safely at night. Why Use LED Light bars? LED light bars have several advantages compared to ordinary incandescent bulbs. While the latter has a filament that easily breaks, the former is made of a solid, semiconductor material. Hence, LED light bars do not break easily. Due to their solid-state, they last longer, are very efficient and cost-effective in the long-run.  The best LED Light bars come in different sizes and can be installed on different parts of your car. Aside from giving you the freedom to install wherever you like on your vehicle, LED light bars deliver ample light to help you drive comfortably at night. Additionally, they produce minimum heat, which makes them efficient. What to Look for While Buying LED Light bars It is always advisable to check out a buying guide for LED light bars before purchasing them. Doing so helps you to get to know the latest products to hit […]

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Car tweeters

Do you really need Car Tweeters in your Audio System?

There is something about having clean music in your car that will give you a thumb up from any person who enters your car. One of the excellent ways of making the audio system of your car outstanding is installing tweeters.  In a digital era like ours, car tweeters come in diverse variations, shapes, and styles that of course, give varying sound quality. Balancing the car audio system can be challenging because of the many other products used with the tweeter. But that aside, what are these car tweeters? What are Car Tweeters? Tweeters are typically speakers that reproduce the sound in higher frequencies. Tweeters are manufactured in such a way that they operate between 3kHz to 20kHz. However, the sensitivity of a human ear can pick sound ranging from 20Hz to 20kHz. Just like horn instruments like trumpets and guitars are set for high frequencies, so is a car tweeter speaker. As opposed to their physical appearance, many tend to think that because they are small, they are made from fragile materials. On the contrary, they are made from very tough materials to sustain those high-frequency sounds.  Car tweeters are either made from synthetic materials, textiles, aluminum or titanium, and […]

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The Application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Automotive Industry

The Application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Automotive Industry

Unlike some decades ago, when the level of technology in the automotive industry seemed to be stagnant, our digital age is enjoying some of the best technological advancements. One of the most modern advancements in this industry is the artificial intelligence.  From Nissan to Mercedes, Telsa to Kia, the endeavor to incorporate smart cars in their manufacturing. The aim of using this technology is to effect efficiency, safety, innovation, and ensure there is reduce manufacturing costs.  Every stakeholder in this industry recognizes that AI and smart vehicles are the future technology in the automotive sector. But what are some of the applications of artificial intelligence in this field? 1. Manufacturing In our modern society, AI is one of the technologies that have a spread in the manufacturing of cars. With the use of this technology, manufacturers can easily create production schedules depending on the market demand.  With AI, they can easily manage the workflows, ensure there is a smooth interrelation between the robots used and the human beings, and quickly identify defects in any component that is being used in making any vehicle.  This is one of the things companies are doing to significantly reduce the cost of production and […]

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How Will Life be if Robots Replace Humans in the Future

How Will Life be if Robots Replace Humans in the Future?

Have you ever imagined a factory with few or no human employees? Well, one of the fears of Albert Einstein was how mobile phones would destroy the interpersonal relationship in families because everyone will be glued to their phones.  Unfortunately, that has come to happen. Human beings are slowly becoming more addicted to technology, especially their devices making it hard for them to concentrate.  On the flip side, the manufacturing companies are taking advantage of the improved technology to boost their production. Although most factories are still in their infantry stage, robots are slowly but surely replacing humans in most industries. So which fields are these robotics applied? In What Fields can Robotics Applications be found? 1. Manufacturing Companies As compared to a couple of decades ago, where humans entirely did lifting loads, presently, most of the manufacturing companies are now using robots. Of course, these robots are stronger and faster than humans.  When it comes to controlling the quality and packaging of products, robots have taken over due to their accuracy and ability to handle bulk work for hours without getting tired, unlike humans.  2. Domestic Chores These are household robots that come in different forms. Some of them […]

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Marketing – What can it do?

After many decades of Artificial Intelligence (AI) being just a sci-fi imagination, in our millennial age, it has become a technological reality that is having quite a significant impact in virtually every industry. One of the beneficiaries of AI is business people. According to a study conducted by the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), over 72% of the marketers and business persons consider AI as one of the competitive advantages. But what is this digital wave that has taken the digital marketing industry by storm? What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)? In simple terms, AI in marketing refers to the use of your target customer’s online or offline data and integrates it with some computational concepts to predict the behavior of your customers in the future.  Every established organization or business is currently taking advantage of this technology to lay down strategies on reaching the right customers, using the right medium, with the correct information within the right time.  With AI, the businesses can get it right from the onset and avoid having redundant stock in their warehouses. When it comes to digital marketing, AI is playing such a significant role in reaching the target customers. But how is AI affecting the typical marketing […]

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Genetically Modified Food (GMF)

How long have we used Genetically Modified Food (GMF)?

Although most parts of the world have enough food to cater for their population, some arid places in our continents are still in dare need of food. Food security is one of the reasons why Genetically Modified Food (GMF) was introduced. Of course, it has been of help to many suffering countries and been one of the most significant reliefs for most people over the past two decades. However, critics and long debates are revolving around this field; hence, the need to understand what Genetically Modified Food entails. Let’s get started! What is Genetically Modified Food (GMF)? This refers to the type of food that has been grown using engineered methods rather than the natural method. Their genes have been altered and modified to portray some traits that naturally-grown plants or animals don’t have. Although preliminary researches have been done to know the effects of GMF on the user, more advanced studies are under to determine how dangerous or harmless they can be to human life. In one way or another, almost everyone across the globe has consumed GMF either in fruits, corn, or animal products. This genetically modified food was first introduced into the market in the late 1990s […]

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The human and the tree: a love story

I suspect no other relationship is more complex and fraught than that between humans and trees. I’ve been wanting for a long time to write something about it, but every time I try, I get overwhelmed. Where to begin? For us humans, it indeed goes back to the beginning: Adam and Eve learned of their own humanity from a tree. Or if you prefer more scientific stories, our ancestors took a crucial step in speciating from other apes by descending from the trees. Since then we haven’t gone far from the tree, so to speak. We have eaten from trees, climbed trees, lived in trees, worshipped trees, studied trees, planted trees, bred trees, hugged trees, and saved trees. We have also, at various times, cut trees down for fuel, for lumber, to make paper, to make weapons, to clear farmland, to create subdivisions, because they threatened our infrastructure, because we didn’t like where they were growing, and for no reason whatsoever. After hundreds of thousands of years of shared history, have we and trees come to understand each other better? Three stories I have come across recently suggest the answer is, it’s still complicated. A local tale The first story […]

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Dolphins, Sharks, and Whales: Adventures in Biodiversity

“Space is the last great frontier.”  Space is indeed spectacular, but maybe not the last frontier of discovery, especially when completely new species pop up with some regularity on your own planet.  Due to an inability to grow gills, humans have yet to sprawl into the ocean, so many of these new species are water-dwelling, surprisingly big, and good at hiding.  A few of these new species we are newly distinguishing from their neighbors, and others we’ve just gotten to know.  But these sharks and squids and jellyfish have been here all along, and are now rolling their eyes at the uninformed humans.  Here are some quick introductions to our newly-identified global neighbors. The half snake, half two-ducks-in-a-costume creature you see waddling around in the video above is a new species of walking shark, also known as carpet sharks.  Named Hemiscyllium halmahera, it was discovered off the coast of the eastern Indonesian island of Ternate, the 16th member of the Hemiscyllium walking shark genus.  This species is a mini version of its relations- on average 12 cm smaller than the 40 cm length of other species- and has distinctive snake-like dark bands running down its back.  The nocturnal members of the genus Hemiscyllium prefer shallow, warm tidal […]

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Getting Aliens ‘Right’

When it comes to aliens in science fiction, there are some standard tropes you run into. There are aliens that are essentially humans with themes. There are the bug-like aliens convenient for representing enemies because bugs are gross. (Spoiler alert: they’re usually more complicated than that after all!) And so on. But lately I’ve been hungry for clever attempts at realistic depictions of aliens. I know “realistic” might sound silly here, since we have practically nothing to go on. But I think it’s fair to say a realistic depiction needs to reach away from our idea of what normal life is. Alien life would be something that evolved under who-knows-what conditions, so bipedal apes and giant insects are pretty much out. Even more importantly, a good depiction of aliens should explore what social interaction between an advanced alien species and us would look like. In a sense, good ole Stephen Hawking is probably right. Any sufficiently advanced alien race would not be something we could fight off. But it’s perhaps a tad pessimistic to assume they would just kill us and take our resources, too. To me, it always seemed like the most likely scenario would be a painfully paternalistic relationship with a species […]

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