Cloud computing comes into Tecnobeach Riviera Romagnola (Adriatic Coast)

Cloud computing allows you to preset the most interesting and innovative solutions, such as Tecnobeach the Adriatic coast, made possible by the cloud of Telecom Italia. This innovative technology services, which are equipped with bathing facilities. Now that the summer season starts, there was really needed. In this way it may very well go on vacation or to begin planning the holidays themselves, without sacrificing the technological solutions that we like.

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cloud-computing-tecnobeach

Everything is naturally for the benefit of bathers and holidaymakers in general. Telecom in particular to a project that is expected to provide services of particular interest through what might be called a beach hi-tech. But what specifically are these services? From this point of view is everything: wi-fi to connect to the Internet, video surveillance system to prevent theft, photovoltaic sunshades that can be managed remotely, rescue and emergency services for the safety of tourists. Let’s say for example if a tourist needs information, so it features interactive totem, to receive all the news, and search through them even send electronic postcards and even photos directly from the beach.

Beach hi-tech, innovative technology services, who want to make the tourism industry of our country, a truly cutting edge.

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Photovoltaics: the “Panel 100% recyclable” is born

Finally comes the PV panel 100% recyclable at “zero impact”: at the end of life, may be reopened and all materials (glass, aluminum, metals, cold, film, etc..) can be reused. From Swedish and Italian co-founded the photovoltaic module 100% recyclable without the use of silicon even eva (ethyl vinyl acetate). The new product is a collaboration P.Energy Italian company and a start-up Swedish Midsummer AB, which specializes in developing technologies for thin film deposition. The P.Energy is an industrial automation company in the photovoltaic industry for 10 years has specialized in providing complete systems for the production of solar panels.

 

 

The idea is based on the deposit of a thin layer of film CIGS (Copper indiumgallium selenide) of cells of steel. II CIGS technology is already used for thin film and the innovation consists in the replacement of expensive deposition processes over large areas with a less than photovoltaic cell to a standard (156x 156mm). The core of this innovation lies in the assembly process. To compose the panel, in fact, has been developed a new machine for the welding of the cells Cigs as well as for the lamination of the ultrathin glass has beeninvented a new rolling process ‘reverse’ for large-scale productions. P.Energy also developed the innovative design of the final module based on a mix of100% renewable raw materials and re-used by engineering and assemblyprocess for large scale production is the process of end of life form. The CIGS cells are encapsulated in a thermoplastic film which ensures adherence to glass and insulation from the elements for 30 years. This material not only improves the performance in spite of the standard ones (such as EVA-Ethyl-vinyl acetate) but, above all, is devoid of acetic acids and allows the reversibilityof the process at high temperatures. This means that, at the end of life of the panel, you can re-open it and reuse all the materials (glass, aluminum, metals, cells, etc..) With virtually no environmental impact.

 

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superconductor breakthrough from Italian scientists

Great discovery in the semiconductor industry, Italian researchers have found out how to transport electricity from photovoltaic panels to around the world without loss of energy along the path. The journal Science recently published work, saying that the process can lead to superconductivity at room temperature. Scientists say the discovery is the key to optimize the transport of power over long distances. For example, you can bring electricity from a solar power station in the Sahara desert to consumers in Latin America.

photovoltaic panels

photovoltaic panels

The research team is led by Stefano Dal Conte of Sacred Heart Catholic University of Brescia, in collaboration with the laboratories of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (I.N.F.M.) in Trieste.

The discovery could revolutionize the transport of electricity.

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