Category: tech

Formula E is Steering the World Toward a Better, Greener Future

Viewers of Formula E tune in for a litany of reasons—they’re avid fans of motorsports, they follow a favorite driver or they want to see what new technology is being showcased by iconic brands such as Renault, Audi, or Jaguar. What they might not know, at least initially, is that there’s a message behind it all. Continue reading “Formula E is Steering the World Toward a Better, Greener Future”

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Is This the Future of Stadium Security?

We’ve all been there. Stuck in the midst of an endless horde of zombie-like people slowly shuffling toward security lines and entrances of a venue for a sporting event, concert, or show. Frustration mounts as kickoff or first pitch nears. The national anthem blares over the loudspeakers as you mindlessly inch closer and closer. You’re next in line. Phew, almost there. But the person in front of you forgot to empty his pockets. Beeep! Beeep! Beeeep! He has to go back through the metal detector after placing his keys, phone, and wallet into the small container. You mutter something under your breath at his incompetence. Finally, your turn. Continue reading “Is This the Future of Stadium Security?”

Anyone Can Be a Pilot With New Drone Racing League Simulator

Players of video games including Forza Motorsport or Gran Turismo Sport are able to live out their racing fantasies with some of the fastest and most powerful cars on some of the most breathtaking tracks and environments in the world. Continue reading “Anyone Can Be a Pilot With New Drone Racing League Simulator”

Drone Racing League Continues Rapid Global Growth

Nicholas Horbaczewski and Ryan Gury were standing in a field behind a Home Depot in Coram, Long Island, New York. They were attentively watching people wearing first-person view goggles while manning RC controllers. Drones whizzed by. They were enthralled. Continue reading “Drone Racing League Continues Rapid Global Growth”

Drone Racing: Meet the Pilots of this New High-Tech Sport

Steve Zoumas has always been fond of remote-controlled objects — cars, trucks, planes, helicopters — you name it.

So, it’s fitting his interest was piqued when drones came into the market. Zoumas, who owns a construction company in Long Island, N.Y., purchased his first drone to use while on job sites.

Continue reading “Drone Racing: Meet the Pilots of this New High-Tech Sport”