The Mitsubishi Foundation caters for a hard working team of athletes who are preparing for any fore coming Olympic Games in the future.
Rowing is their job. Rowing fast, rowing well, using the water current as an allied force, it’s a team effort and not an individual one. We wish them the very best of luck and let us hope that Neptunus, who inhabits all the waters will give them a hand.
Mitsubishi Motors has been working for a long time on technologies to control valve timing t with the aim of achieving high power output and low fuel consumption together with low exhaust emissions. This technology is known as MIVEC.
Sport for athletes with impairment has existed for more than a century and if we examine our recent history, we will discover that the first sport clubs for the deaf were founded in 1888 in Berlin.
Officially speaking, the first Paralympic Games were held in Rome (Italy) in 1960.
Toshiba’s interest is not only giving support to those athletes who for obvious reasons require more help than others, but also making sure that Japan provides an image of unity and hospitality to the world.
The designers and engineers who work in a large Japanese company like Toshiba are involved in a great variety of technological projects, such as home appliance design.
Generally speaking, the purpose of their projects is to break down invisible barriers in their minds and expand their vision and creativity, thus enabling our designers to devise highly original, useful and stylish designs.
Say Yes is a unique college educational project designed by Philips. The Philips Foundation wants to help students all over the world with a tuition grant, so hard working students will be able to attend University and obtain their degree.
Tuition fees should not be a problem for those youngsters who show a predisposition to better themselves.
The generation we are talking about has never heard the old commercial which said “PHILIPS. SIMPLY YEARS AHEAD”.
Perhaps they can apply this commercial spot to their own education scheme, don’t you think so?
stands for light emitting diode.
And Philips, as usual, is here to tell us all about it.
LED represents the latest technology in energy efficient lighting.
An ordinary household which is fully equipped with LED light bulbs could actually reduce their carbon footprint by up to one third.
The Foundation uses mobile technology to support good causes. They often work in collaboration with NGOS, especially on a local basis so they can provide a better service to the community.
Vodafone is now offering to its customers the very latest in end to end technology.
Is this for me? You may wonder.
Well, yes it is. It connects machines to other machines without the man’s intervention. It saves you time and money. You and your business gain in efficiency all the time. Did you know that end to end technology can helps you know whether a machine is going to break down fairly soon?
Watch this video and find out all the possibilities that end to end technology offers you.