Technology already developed for charging wirelessly with about the same efficiency as plug in.. That means an unmanned Uber can charge itself. Still takes just as long however.
JMI: Nice find. You don't deserve any thumbs down but we know who does that.
Are you scared yet? That's the first time I've seen a writer have to use the precautionary statements in the 10K to bash a stock.
With a huge backlog, it seems they could be more choosy about the kind of financing they provide.
The analysts finally decided that PLUG beat by a penny. Paul, you had them confused for a while.
"When you think about the autonomous world, camera processing is critical. When you think about, what is needed in order to satisfy autonomy you need to be able to detect the objects that you can do by with a number of sensors, you can detect cars with radars, you can detect them with ladars, you kind of detect them with camera, you need to detect that other moving objects like pedestrians, you can do that with cameras. You can somehow do it not reliably, but you can do it also with radars. You can do it with radars. But the more critical part of achieving autonomies, understanding the roadway, understanding where the drivable paths are and associating a semantic meaning to each path, understanding what the path limiters are like curves and barriers and guardrail. There you need a sensor that has ability to see a period, has ability to see textures because now lane mark is a texture. The only sensor that's going to reliably see texture is the camera.
So when you look forward into achieving autonomy, the ability to understanding the roadway, especially in urban setting when understanding drivable path under a semantic meaning becomes very, very complicated, is the biggest challenge. There is going from ADAS to achieving full autonomy and it's all based on camera processing. And this gives Mobileye a big advantage because we've been working on this area for 17 years. We have bumped into so many problems and adjusted our tool chain, adjusted our algorithms. There is a lot of knowhow domain expertise being invested in this particular area. It goes way beyond just being able to detect moving objects ..."
The FCEL solution for carbon capture has been proven, now verified, beats the competition and with the help of Exxon will be improved upon. The Exxon exposure will shine some well deserved light on this concept and in the long run something tells me it will be huge.
"FuelCell Energy’s efficient, affordable solution for carbon capture utilizes Direct FuelCell® (DFC®) technology to capture carbon emissions from existing coal or gas-fired power plants, destroys approximately 70% of the plant’s smog-producing pollutants and produces additional power in an environmentally friendly manner."