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DateDate: 17-11-2018, 06:36

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  In life and sales there are options for the use of such products. But in the proposed examples, there is a narrow use, almost exclusively in industrial use. In this author's ideas like this presented products have the versatility and innovation that will be spelled out below. 
 The idea is that the first inflatable packaging is used in the decoration of gifts. We pack the gifts in the gift shop or in specialized areas of the packaging. In the process of this action, we choose the color of the packaging, some belts and bind it or some decoration on the package want to put. Now the packager can from a huge number of ready-made options to put the gift in a balloon package and inflate it. You can also be placed on the inflatable package of the same kind inflatable decoration that will also be available in huge quantities of options for sale. At the end of this operation we have beautiful bouncy Boxing, with a huge number of color options and sizes, which is nice to give and safe to use in the process of transportation. As another new feature inflatable packaging is colorful and the sound opening it. It will be possible just like for example festive firecrackers, pulling a special rope, and an inflatable packing quickly will be removed from the gift with the appropriate festive cotton confetti.
  Industrial use will also apply this technology, the only innovation is that inflating it will need in passing the packaging process. That is, users will have a kind of tape roll which can be cut blocks to wrap the goods. After the wrap, having a conventional pump or compressor equipment, packaging and inflated, respectively, ready for use or transport. 
  It also introduces a new concept of inflatable bottle packaging, which performs both the functions of secure transportation, and aesthetic functions use in public places. In many countries, in accordance with applicable law, forbidden to drink alcohol, low alcohol drinks and beer in public places with bottles without packaging. So, one option attractive and safe solution to this problem could be inflatable bottle packaging. Moreover, designs can be various, and even producers of alcoholic and other beverages, for example dairy bottle production, can sell complete with its main products are such inflatable bottle packaging.
  Now, we have an innovative product, which can cause the emergence of new brands, can cause the development of a new fashionable style that will allow him to develop at the international or global level.
  The idea is open for investment and complete its foreclosure.

DateDate: 17-11-2018, 06:30

At the Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne (EPFL) they are developing a technology for charging unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in the air using a laser. The key element of the system is a small artificial diamond grown in its own laboratory, thanks to which the laser beam becomes powerful enough to energize a multi-distant multi-distant laser.
As the EPFL notes on its website, this technology can also be used to transmit energy and information to satellites. The beam is harmless to human health, it does not cause skin burns.
UAVs are being used increasingly, the diversity of the tasks they perform is growing. However, despite the constant technical improvement, the drones have their Achilles' heel - they can be in the air for a short time without recharging. The device quickly consumes battery energy, so charging with a laser beam from the ground seems to scientists and engineers to be very promising.
Developments in this direction are being conducted by a number of companies in the world, including the USA. As for the EPFL, in this major educational and scientific center in Switzerland, this work is carried out by the laboratory of Lake-Diamond. Her technological developments are based on the use of diamonds grown by her. Experts in Lausanne explain that “standard laser beams are not as straight as they seem,” as the beam expands somewhat with distance from the energy source. Diamonds help solve this problem.
According to the head of Lake-Diamond, Pascal Gallo, his laboratories managed to produce rays that did not expand over several hundred meters. In this case, the beam has a power of only a few tens of watts. As an optical component, an artificial diamond of square shape with sides of a few millimeters is used.
If you need to charge a large UAV, then you can use a series of lasers, experts explain. A prototype of the drone charging system in the EPFL is expected to be created in early 2019, and its commercial use may begin in 2020. At the same time, Swiss scientists and engineers believe that a UAV will still need a battery independent of this system, in case it is damaged and deprived of the ability to recharge from the ground.