Just in case a hiker encounters an accident or needs a help, this concept trekking pole called SOS Stick becomes really helpful. It contains a flare and a trigger which hiker can use to inform rescuers of his or her location, especially when this hiker is in mountainous terrain. This tool uses both audio and visual signals to enable the rescue team to locate the victim faster. A trigger is located on the handle, use it to launch a smoke flare. Pressing a safety pin on the handle will release a handle and allow access to the flare which is stored inside the pole’s aluminum shaft.
A collaboration between James Owen and Biamp has resulted in new Biamp’s Tesira, a commercial grade digital audio networking system. Working from the ground up, usability, airflow, and design has been improved and the Tesira product line syncs perfectly with Biamp’s brand ambitions.
Approximately two-thirds of the front enclosure has been devoted to airflow allowing for greater heat dissipation, which in turn, allows for faster performance. The entire front panel assembly is held in place with four strong but user serviceable magnets that allow for easy replacement of the airflow filter without the need for tedious screw mounts or having to remove the entire unit from the rack. Finally, The Server and Server-IO units have the additional benefit of a generous and easy-to-use O.L.E.D. screen and interface allowing network installers and maintenance crew discrete identification and adjustment of each unit and network.
Slim and minimalist design, these are 2 focal points of Lancer electric motorbike. It was inspired by a medieval knight joust, as you can see the shapes are pretty simple with smooth frame that wraps the body. The main dashboard displays information about your speed and any electricity power left, unfortunately, it’s only concept, we don’t have any further details about it, but it’s a great concept.