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Active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) displays have been considered a potential candidate for the next generation of flat panel displays due to the ability of AMOLED in providing wider viewing angle, larger color gamut, and lower fabrication cost. It can be efficiently utilizes in mobile displays. AMOLED continues to make progress towards low power and low cost applications.


Bluetooth represents a great chance for sensor-networked architecture. This architecture heralds wireless future for home and also for industrial implementation. With a blue tooth RF link, users only need to bring the devices within range, and the devices will automatically link up and exchange information. Thus implementation of blue tooth technology for sensor networks not only cuts wiring cost but also integrates the industrial environment to smarter environment. Today, with a broader specifications and a renewed concentration on interoperability, manufacturers are ready to forge ahead and take blue tooth products to the market place. Embedded design can incorporate the blue tooth wireless technology into a range of new products to meet the growing demand for connected information appliances.


Greendroid is a novel mobile application processor. It will serve as a prototype for mobile application processors in the next five to ten years. It attacks one of the most important realities of Moore’s law which is the utilization wall, which will exponentially worsen the problem of dark silicon. The GreenDroid prototype shows the wide spread application of c-cores to android. C-core reduces energy consumption for key regions. C-core make use of selective direction path & reduce energy consumption by 91%.


Impulse GPR system is using for detecting anti-tank and anti-personal mines. Currently, very little technology is used in real-world demining activities. Active programs by the U.S Army in both land mine detection sensor development and systems integration are evaluating new technologies, incrementally improving existing technologies, increasing the probability of detection, reducing the false alarm rate, and planning out useable deployment scenarios. Through iterative design, build test cycles, and blind and scored testing at Army mine lanes, steady progress is being made.


Liquid electricity provides us a chance to leave behind the technology involving the emission of fine dust, carbon dioxide and noise. This project has very bright chances regarding being technically and economically feasible someday. Let’s hope the future automobile will run on electricity and not gasoline and we get everybody to convert to Electric Vehicles, which is better for our planet.

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